Informal monthly faculty gathering, which we call our "Faculty Lounge" during which a specific scientific theme is discussed over a glass of wine. We believe that such gatherings will yield new and fruitful interactions among researchers in the biological and medical sciences at Yale, improve communication and collaboration among research groups.
Faculty Lounge takes place the last Friday of each month in room SHM C-103, on the first floor of the Sterling Hall of Medicine. Former Faculty Lounge leaders were Drs Richard Flavell, Haifan Lin, Anton Bennett, Themis Kyriakides, William Sessa, Jack Elias, Arthur Horwich, Sandy Wolin, Paul Lombroso, Sidney Altman, Martin Saunders, Peter Cresswell, David Stern, Tommy Cheng, Carolyn Macica, Dan Wu, Lloyd Cantley, Michael Caplan, Joseph Madri, Jonathan Bogan, Li Wen, Diane Krause, Philip Askenase, Derek Toomre & Valentina Greco.
Faculty Lounge is spearheaded by Agnès Vignery.
Upcoming Faculty Lounge meetings : Fall 2010
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Past Faculty Lounge Leaders:
June 25th, 2010 -Valentina Greco, Assistant Professor of Genetics - "bi-compartmental organizations: a common and required feature of stem cell niches?"
April 30th, 2010 - Derek Toomre, Associate Professor of Cell Biology - "Exocytosis in Action"
March 26th, 2010 - Dr. Philp Askenase, Professor of Medicine and Pathology, Section Cheif Allergy & Clinical Immunology - "How exosomes saved my suppressive T cell pre-miRNA"
February 26th, 2010 - Diane Krause, Professor Laboratory Medicine, Pathology and Cell Biology - "Stem cells, megakaryocytes and platelet formation"
January 26th, 2010 -Li Wen, Senior Research Scientist; Endocrinology & Metabolism - "Gut flora and immune tolerance"
October 30th, 2009 - Dr. Jonathan S. Bogan, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine "Transporter targeting and the regulation of glucose metabolism"
September 25th, 2009 - Dr. Joseph Madri, Professor of Pathology "Proteomic approaches to cardiac cushion maldevelopment"
May 29, 2009: Dr. Michael Caplan; "Playing in Traffic: Protein Trafficking in Health and Disease"
April 24, 2009: Dr. Lloyd Cantley, Professor of Medicine and Cellular and Molecular Physiology, "Epithelial Responses to Kidney Injury"
Dr. Carolyn Macica, Professor of Internal Medicine Endocrinology; "Mineralizing tendons in a rachitic environment: a new phosphate paradigm?" Click here to view more pictures from the event.
Dr. Yung-Chi "Tommy" Cheng "Chinese Medicine could be a Cornerstone of Future Medicine: A case study of PHY906 as Adjuvant Therapy for the Treatment of Cancer"
Dr. Gary Rudnick "How Transporters Move Neurotransmitters Across Membranes"
Applied Spine Technologies
|When:||December 13, 2005|
|Speakers:||Tom Wood, Applied Spine
Manohar Panjabi, Yale