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Blood and Bone Quarantine Series - 🟧Sourceful

A series of online seminars about medicine by speakers from leading universities. - 🟧Sourceful

coronavirus, teaching, healthcare

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03/19 Joseph Italiano Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School http://bwhplateletgroup.bwh.harvard.edu/pis/joe/ Platelet Production from Megakaryocytes [email protected]

03/20 Kirk Taylor Imperial College London https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/kirk.taylor Does inflammation promote leukemogenesis? [email protected] @Dr_KTaylor

03/23 Diane Krause Yale https://krauselab.net/ Hematopoietic Stem/Progenitor Cell Fate Specification in Health and Disease [email protected] @dskrausemdphd

03/24 Joseph Aslan Oregon Health & Science University https://www.ohsu.edu/people/joseph-e-aslan Pathway maps of platelet phenotype and function [email protected] @JoePlatelet

03/25 Laura Goldberg Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School Hematopoietic stem cell capacity and the role of extracellular vesicles in aged murine bone marrow [email protected]

03/26 Eric Pietras University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus pietraslab.org [email protected] @pietras_eric

03/27 Ross Levine MSKCC https://www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/ross-levine something about leukemia and mgutations (kidding->deciphering and targeting clonal evolution in myeloid malignancvies) [email protected] @rosslevinemd

03/30 Peter van Galen Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School http://vangalenlab.bwh.harvard.edu Tracing clonal evolution in myeloid malignancies using single-cell sequencing [email protected] @vangalenlab

03/31 Julie Rayes University of Birmingham* Platelet ITAM receptors in infection and hemolysis [email protected] @julierayes

04/01 Milka Koupenova University of Massachusetts Medical School Influenza and Human Platelets: Implications for SARS-CoV-2 [email protected] @DrKoupenova

04/02 Alessandra Balduini University of Pavia and Tufts University http://alessandrabalduini.com Bone marrow environment and megakaryopoiesis in health and disease [email protected] -

04/03 Aaron Viny MSKCC https://www.mskcc.org/research-areas/labs/members/aaron-viny Cohesin and chromatin structure in hematopoiesis [email protected] @thedoctorisvin

04/06 Marvin Nieman Case Western Reserve University https://case.edu/medicine/pharmacology/people/marvin-t-nieman The structural dynamics of protease activated receptor 4 (PAR4) activation [email protected]

04/07 Alejo E. Rodriguez-Fraticelli Boston Children's Hospital https://camargolab.squarespace.com/ Single cell tracing of blood stem cells in homeostasis and premalignancy [email protected] @alejofraticelli

04/08 Keith Neeves University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus neeveslab.com Computational driven discovery in coagulation dynamics: Modifiers of thrombin generation in hemophilia (no equations!) [email protected] @neeveslab

04/09 Anandi Krishnan Stanford University [email protected] @anandi_krishnan

04/10 Magdi Nagy Maastricht University In vitro thrombus formation to study platelet function in health and disease [email protected]

04/13 Wolfgang Bergmeier UNC Chapel Hill http://bergmeierlab.web.unc.edu/ Rap1 signaling in megakaryocytes [email protected]

04/14 Eric Boilard Laval University, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec (CHUQ) http://www.crchudequebec.ulaval.ca/en/research/researchers/eric-boilard/ Role of platelets and their extracellular vesicles in antibody-mediated inflammation [email protected] @boilard_eric

04/15 Abdullah Khan University of Birmingham https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/Khan-Abdullah.aspx Polymodification of TUBB1 in platelet production and function [email protected] @AbAttacks

04/16 Sergei Doulatov University of Washington https://sites.uw.edu/doulatov/ Tracking clonal evolution with iPSC reprogramming [email protected] @Doulatov_lab

04/17 Rob Signer UC San Diego signerlab.com Hematopoietic stem cell regulation by the protein homeostasis network [email protected] @SignerLab

04/20 Jarrod Dudakov Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center dudakovlab.com Cell death, innate signaling, and repair: Tale of a "dead-man's switch" orchestrating tissue regeneration [email protected] @Dudakov_Lab

04/21 Anna Beaudin University of Utah School of Medicine https://faculty.ucmerced.edu/abeaudin/ Early immune perturbation alters fetal hematopoiesis and shapes offspring immunity @BeaudinLab

04/22 Robert Campbell University of Utah School of Medicine Novel Roles for Platelets in Infectious Disease and Thrombosis [email protected] @racampbell04

04/23 Jens Posma Maastricht University No Platelets: Something about coagulation and atherosclerosis

04/24 Jordan Shavit University of Michigan Medical School shavitlab.org Coagulation disorders: trawling for new diagnostics and therapeutics using genome editing in zebrafish [email protected] @Clot1

04/27 Nicola Mutch University of Aberdeen https://www.abdn.ac.uk/ims/profiles/n.j.mutch

04/28 Aaron Petrey University of Utah School of Medicine Proteoglycans, platelets and megakaryocytes [email protected] @halfnoise

04/29 Karl Desch University of Michigan Medical School https://desch.lab.medicine.umich.edu/ [email protected] @loochando

04/30 Jim Morrissey University of Michigan Medical School http://tf7.org/ Adventures in Blood Clotting; or, How I Learned to Love Polyphosphate [email protected] @JHMorrissey

05/01 Jesse Rowley University of Utah RNA-seq guided discovery in platelets - from expression to functional assessment with CRISPR [email protected]

05/04 Ashley Brown UNC Chapel Hill and NC State http://brownlab.web.unc.edu Synthetic platelets for hemostasis and wound healing

05/05 Ángel García Universidade de Santiago de Compostela http://www.usc.es/biofarma/WebAngel/home.htm Proteomics in Platelet Research: a pharmacological perspective [email protected]

05/06 Alisa Wolberg UNC at Chapel Hill https://www.med.unc.edu/wolberglab/ Fibrin(ogen) and Fibrin(olysis) in Venous Thrombosis and Obesity [email protected] @aswolberg

05/07 Renhao Li Emory University http://www.pedsresearch.org/research-group/li-laboratory1 Mechanism of VWF auto-inhibition and mechano-activation [email protected] @renhao_li

05/08 Kira Gritsman Albert Einstein College of Medicine https://www.einstein.yu.edu/faculty/14128/kira-gritsman/ PI3 kinase in hematopoietic stem cells

05/11 Julia Maxon Oregon Health & Science University http://www.maxsonlab.org/ Targeting signaling and epigenetic dysfunction in CSF3R-driven leukemias

05/12 Beth Psaila University of Oxford https://www.rdm.ox.ac.uk/people/bethan-psaila TBD (single cell approaches to novel target discovery in MPN)

05/13 Roxane Darbousset Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School http://www.nigroviclab.org/lab-members/#1554749273109-cf9bdbd2-722c Platelet and neutrophil crosstalk: a novel target for therapy in systemic sclerosis? [email protected] @RoxaneD85

05/14 kathleen freson University of Leuven https://gbiomed.kuleuven.be/english/research/50000635/CMVB/genetics-and-disease-modeling Digging in genomes to diagnose patients and learn more about platelets [email protected] @kathleenfreson

05/15 Pierre Cunin Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School http://www.nigroviclab.org/lab-members/#1490988651629-5b2b7f30-bec1 Megakaryocytes as immune cells [email protected] @cuninpierre

05/18 Wally Whiteheart University of Kentucky Platelet "Cell Biology" Who knew? [email protected]

05/19 John Semple Lund University https://portal.research.lu.se/portal/en/persons/john-w-semple(c64a07a1-5ffd-416b-ba30-7cf930d41494).html

05/20 Jon Gibbins University of Reading http://www.reading.ac.uk/biologicalsciences/j-m-gibbins.aspx The happy tale of an orhpan connexin [email protected]

05/21 Alan Mast Versiti - Blood Center of Wisconsin TFPI Inhibition of FV Procoagulant Activity: Biochemistry and Effects on Cerebral Vascular Development

05/22 Jim Luyendyk Michigan State University http://cvm.msu.edu\liverletdie Mechanisms linking the hemostatic system to liver repair and regeneration

05/25 Steve Thomas University of Birmingham https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/Thomas-Steve.aspx Using advanced microscopy to understand cytoskeletal function in platelets and megakaryocytes [email protected] @drstev1et

05/26 Carsten Deppermann University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) www.plateletlab.de Platelet clearance and intravital imaging [email protected] @dasisdercarsten

05/27 Alastair Poole University of Bristol Platelet secretion: SNAP, Rals and Exocyst0

05/28 Martha Sola-Visner Boston Children's Hospital Neonatal platelet transfusions

05/29 Rinku Majumder LSU Health Science Center [email protected] @rinkumajumder

06/01 Paul Armstrong Queen Mary University of London http://www.timwarnerlab.org [email protected] @Plateletpaul

2-Jun Khalid Naseem University of Leeds Studying the ageing process of platelets

3-Jun Paul Harrison University of Birmingham https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/inflammation-ageing/harrison-paul.aspx Platelets in regenerative Medicine - PATH-2 study

4-Jun Hervé Falet Versiti Blood Research Institute https://www.faletlab.com/ Raising the BAR: Role of PACSIN2 in platelets and megakaryocytes [email protected] @hfalet

5-Jun Christian Kastrup University of British Columbia https://kastruplab.msl.ubc.ca Natural and novel modulators of hemostasis: Dirt and RNA-gene therapy

8-Jun Katie Kathrein University of South Carolina https://sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/artsandsciences/biological_sciences/our_people/directory/kathrein_katie.php Inflammation signaling in hematopoie

Blood and Bone Quarantine Series
Tags Coronavirus, Teaching, Healthcare
Type Google Sheet
Published 21/09/2020, 22:21:51


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