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Lectures and Seminars

To foster the ongoing education of its faculty, trainees, and staff members, the Department of Translational Molecular Pathology supports and promotes various learning opportunities throughout the year. Such opportunities include the following events.

The Translational Molecular Pathology (TMP) Distinguished Speaker Seminar Series consists of monthly seminars delivered by invited speakers who are leading authorities in areas relevant to the discipline of TMP. The goal of the seminar series is to promote interaction of the TMP faculty and trainees with the speakers in order to advance the programmatic efforts of the department. These interactions can include either collaboration or consultation with the speakers in both ongoing and proposed peer reviewed funded projects (SPORE, EDRN and P01, etc.).
Schedule: 2nd Thursday of each month
Time: 11:30am-12:30pm
Location: LSP9.4101-4104
Organizer: Dr. Subrata Sen & Barbara Sadeghi
Contact: 713-834-6030

The Translational Molecular Pathology (TMP) Research Faculty Exchange Seminar Series consists of monthly seminars delivered by TMP faculty members and joint appointments. The goal of the seminar is to increase awareness and collaborations amongst departmental faculty and laboratories.
Schedule: 1st Wednesday of each month
Time: 11:30am-12:30pm
Location: LSP9.4101-4104
Organizer: Jacqueline Garcia & Jose Alaniz
Contact: 713-834-6029

The Translational Molecular Pathology (TMP) Faculty Meetings are held monthly and led by the Chairman of the department. All TMP faculty members and joint appointees are invited to attend to learn about current departmental pursuits, institutional updates, and other relevant content. The goal of the monthly meetings is to foster an environment of transparency and openly discuss various topics that affect faculty and their laboratories.
Schedule: 2nd Thursday of each month
Time: 8:00am-9:30am
Location: LSP9.4101-4104
Organizer: Dr. Ignacio Wistuba & Jose Alaniz
Contact: 713-834-6029


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