Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
9:00 am
Join the Pritzker School of Medicine for the 2017 MD/PhD Career Planning Workshop. The event will feature speakers covering everything from residency applications to K Awards, including remarks from the ITM’s Director Julian Solway and an ITM...
BSLC 109
Oct 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research. Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from...
BSLC Auditorium 109
12:00 am
The ITM’s national CTSA partner the Wake Forest Clinical and Translational Science Institute is sponsoring the Mucosal Immunology Research using the Nonhuman Primate Model Symposium. Incorporating animals in research can be a federal requirement before bringing new...
Wake Forest Biotech Place
Oct 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research. Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from...
Billings Hospital, P-315
Oct 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research. Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from...
Billings Hospital, P-315
8:30 am
Join UChicago’s Center for Translational and Policy Research of Chronic Diseases – led by ITM investigator Elbert Huang – for their Fifth Annual Research Symposium and Poster Session. The event will feature speakers and poster presentations about chronic...
Knapp Center of Biomedical Discovery – KCBD 1103
Nov 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research. Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from...
Billings Hospital, P-315
Nov 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm
This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research. Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from...
Billings Hospital, P-315
Sep
23
Sat
MD/PhD Career Planning Workshop @ BSLC 109
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
MD/PhD Career Planning Workshop @ BSLC 109 | Chicago | Illinois | United States

Join the Pritzker School of Medicine for the 2017 MD/PhD Career Planning Workshop. The event will feature speakers covering everything from residency applications to K Awards, including remarks from the ITM’s Director Julian Solway and an ITM investigator. All MD/PhD students or those considering a physician scientist track are welcome, including fellows. Rising MS3 and MS4s in the MD/PhD dual degree programs are expected to attend.

Register for the Workshop Here

Oct
5
Thu
Pathobiology of Disease Seminar @ BSLC Auditorium 109
Oct 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research.

Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from around the world.

These Pathobiology of Disease Seminars are made possible thanks to support from the University of Chicago Department of Pathology, the ITM, and the Committee on Molecular Medicine.

Speaker:

Michael Press, MD, PhD

Professor of Pathology

USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center

Los Angeles, California

“Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Type 2 Gene (HER2) Amplification and Overexpression: HER2 Testing and HER2-Targeted Therapeutics”

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Oct
11
Wed
Mucosal Immunology Research Using the Nonhuman Primate Model @ Wake Forest Biotech Place
Oct 11 all-day
Mucosal Immunology Research Using the Nonhuman Primate Model @ Wake Forest Biotech Place | Winston-Salem | North Carolina | United States

The ITM’s national CTSA partner the Wake Forest Clinical and Translational Science Institute is sponsoring the Mucosal Immunology Research using the Nonhuman Primate Model Symposium. Incorporating animals in research can be a federal requirement before bringing new treatments to humans, and this event features nine presentations covering the use of monkeys in translational research. Presentations include neonatal vaccine strategies, intranasal vaccine strategies, vaccine responses, emerging understanding of immune cells, diet, HIV, aging, intestinal microbiome interactions, and mechanisms relating to urinary tract infections.

The practicum is being offered both as a webinar and in-person. Registration for both is free and includes lunch on the day of the symposium.

Register for the Symposium Here

Oct
12
Thu
Pathobiology of Disease Seminar @ Billings Hospital, P-315
Oct 12 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research.

Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from around the world.

These Pathobiology of Disease Seminars are made possible thanks to support from the University of Chicago Department of Pathology, the ITM, and the Committee on Molecular Medicine.

Speaker:

Jonathan L. Hecht, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Pathology

Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Boston, MA

“Placental Pathology”

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Oct
19
Thu
Pathobiology of Disease Seminar @ Billings Hospital, P-315
Oct 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research.

Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from around the world.

These Pathobiology of Disease Seminars are made possible thanks to support from the University of Chicago Department of Pathology, the ITM, and the Committee on Molecular Medicine.

Speaker:

Anna Tierens, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Pathology

University Health Network

Toronto, Ontario

“TBA”

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Oct
31
Tue
Fifth Annual Research Symposium and Poster Session: Reforming Medicaid @ Knapp Center of Biomedical Discovery – KCBD 1103
Oct 31 @ 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Fifth Annual Research Symposium and Poster Session: Reforming Medicaid @ Knapp Center of Biomedical Discovery – KCBD 1103 | Chicago | Illinois | United States

Join UChicago’s Center for Translational and Policy Research of Chronic Diseases – led by ITM investigator Elbert Huang – for their Fifth Annual Research Symposium and Poster Session. The event will feature speakers and poster presentations about chronic diseases and health care policy, including remarks from two of our investigators.

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Nov
16
Thu
Pathobiology of Disease Seminar @ Billings Hospital, P-315
Nov 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research.

Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from around the world.

These Pathobiology of Disease Seminars are made possible thanks to support from the University of Chicago Department of Pathology, the ITM, and the Committee on Molecular Medicine.

Speaker:

Elizabeth A. Morgan, MD

Assistant Professor – Harvard Medical School

Associate Pathologist/Hematopathology

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Boston, MA

“TBA”

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Nov
30
Thu
Pathobiology of Disease Seminar @ Billings Hospital, P-315
Nov 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

This seminar series brings leading experts in a variety of fields to your table for a dynamic (free) lunch session focusing on biological translational research.

Speakers range from senior UChicago investigators to renowned experts from around the world.

These Pathobiology of Disease Seminars are made possible thanks to support from the University of Chicago Department of Pathology, the ITM, and the Committee on Molecular Medicine.

Speaker:

Amir Behdad, MD

Assistant Professor in Pathology

Hematopathology and Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory

Director of Cancer Molecular Diagnostics, Lurie Cancer Center

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Chicago, IL

“TBA” 

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