Department of Oral Health Sciences

Seminars

DEPARTMENTS OF ORAL HEALTH SCIENCES AND ORAL MEDICINE PRESENT

Spring 2022 Seminar Series

Mondays 12:30 to 1:20 p.m., Zoom

Please contact ohsgrad@uw.edu for assistance.

DATE TOPIC PRESENTER
March 28 A forward genetic screen identifies MEMO1 as a novel player in craniofacial and dental development Eric Van Otterloo, PhD
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Anatomy and Cell Biology
University of Iowa
April 4 Targeting Pan-ETS Factor Inhibits Melanoma Progression Deborah Lang, PhD
Associate Professor of Dermatology
Boston University
April 11 Transitioning from Graduate School to Career: Thoughts, Advice & A Conversation Cameron Randall, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Oral Health Sciences
April 18 Role of lipid A remodeling on P. gingivalis pathogenesis Sumita Jain, PhD
Acting Assistant Professor
Department of Periodontics 
April 25  

Beyond GWAS: Rare variants in cleft lip and palate risk

Elizabeth Leslie, PhD
Assistant Professor of Human Genetics
Emory University
May 2 Evolution of Dental Materials Manufacturing Kwok-Hung (Albert) Chung, DDS PhD
Professor
Dept. of Restorative Dentistry
May 9 Functional validation of cleft-associated genes Dr. Martine Dunnwald
Associate Research Professor
University of Iowa
May 16 My Journey through the Periodontal Complex: The Role of Regulators of Phosphate/Pyrophosphate during formation and regeneration of the periodontal complex Martha Somerman, DDS, PhD
Director
NIDCR
May 23 Student Symposium Ammar Alghadeer
Human iPSC Derived Ameloblast Differentiation Guided by Single Cell Atlas of Early Human Tooth Development
 
Laquita Grissett
Investigating mechanisms of epithelial carcinogenesis in Fanconi anemia
 
Apichai Yavirach, DDS
Roles of Osteoclasts and Macrophages in Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw Pathophysiology
May 31 HOLIDAY
June 6 Student Symposium Hakan Gem, DDS 
Targeting the Cell Cycle in Oral, Head, and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma
 
Yan Ting (Blair) Zhao
Investigating TIE2 Supercluster for Endothelial Tight Junction Formation to Promote Vascular Formation and Stabilization