All seminars held at the ARBL, Room W104, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2013 Fall Seminar Coordinator and Contact Information: Dr.
Thomas (Tod) Hansen
9/9/13: Fish oils – a possible way to regulate prostaglandin signaling in reproductive tissues
Patrick Burns, PhD. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado.
Introduced and first question by Rick Mauldin, PhD candidate, ARBL.
9/23/13: Gene function in the placenta: Does Lin28 regulate trophoblast differentiation in mouse, human and sheep?
Quinton Winger, PhD. Department of Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University.
Introduced and first question by Thomas Hansen, Director, ARBL.
9/30/13: Large Animal models in Regenerative Medicine. From induced pluripotent stem cells to multipotent stem cells: A tale of two species.
Jorge Piedrahita, PhD. College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University
Hosted by Dr. George Seidel, University Distinguished Professor, ARBL.
10/7/13: When Buffalo Roam: Using Assisted Reproduction to Mitigate Disease in North American Bison.
Jennifer Barfield, PhD. Department of Biomedical Sciences, Colorado State University.
Introduced and first question Alyssa Grossnickle, Masters candidate, ARBL.
10/14/2013: Investigating the role of HOXA11, a developmental gene, as a potential target to prevent pelvic organ prolapse.
Kathleen Connell, MD. Dept. Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Colorado, Denver. Introduced and first question by Ellie Cleys, PhD Candidate, ARBL.
10/21/13: Molecular Implantation Defects and Fetoplacental Health in a Mouse Model of Preeclampsia.
Jenny Sones, PhD. Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, Cornell University. Introduced and first question Kristen Loncar, Veterinary Resident, ERL.
Niswender Lecture in Reproductive Endocrinology
10/28/13: Interferon Tau: Effects on the Uterine Environment for Conceptus Development.
PhD. Department of Animal Sciences, Texas A&M University.
Introduced and first question by Jared Romero, PhD candidate, ARBL.
11/4/13: Presence and dynamics of appetite regulating hormones in human breast milk and relation to infant growth. Enette Meyer
, PhD. Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, University of Wyoming.
Introduced and first question by Janine Neely, Masters candidate, ARBL.11/11/13: Multigenerational Impact of Maternal Overnutrition/Obesity on Fetal Development and Offspring Health in an Ovine Model.
, PhD, Department of Animal Sciences, University of Wyoming.
Introduced and first question by Raul Gonzalez, PhD candidate, ARBL.
11/18/13: Trophoblast stem cells from humans and pigs: models for placental development.
Michael Roberts, PhD, Department of Animal Sciences and Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri
12/2/13: Title TBD
12/9/13: Title TBD