Winter 2017 Seminars

Biochemistry Seminar Series 2016-2017: Winter 2017 Monday's @ 1pm in the Feltham room (SN-4015) unless otherwise noted.

Titles and abstracts will be posted 2-3 weeks in advance of each seminar. 

Jan 9
Jason Geary & Kelly Neville (Abstract)
Identifying and Responding to Students in Distress

Teaching Consultants
Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Jan 16
Welaa Al-Jaroudi (Abstract)
The interaction between lysyl-lysine and arginine in the neonatal small intestine

M.Sc. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. J. Brunton)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Jan 23
Luke MacMillan (Abstract)
Formate metabolism in vivo: the effect of vitamin deficiencies and changes due to pregnancy

Ph.D. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Drs. M. Brosnan & S. Brosnan)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Jan 30
Jiaur Rahman (Abstract)
Phenolic profile and antioxidant activity of novel oilseed meals

M.Sc. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. F. Shahidi)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Feb 13
Dr. Robert Brown (Abstract)
This is how we lipase

Associate Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Feb 20Winter break – no seminar

Feb 27
Dr. Kelley Bromley-Brits (Abstract)
Planning for success after graduate school

Adjunct Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Mar 6
Nikitha Kendyala (Abstract)
Understanding the interaction between obesity and breast cancer

Ph.D. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. S. Christian)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Mar 13
Dr. Vincent Bouvet (Abstract)
From Concept to Mice and Men: A PET Radiotracer Journey

Assistant Professor
Discipline of Radiology
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Mar 20
Dr. Lee-Anne Huber (Abstract)
The wonderful world of nutrient partitioning

Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. R. Bertolo)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Mar 27
Viswa Swaminathan (Abstract)
CD24 is required for gene expression, but not glucose uptake, during adipogenesis in vitro

M.Sc. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. S. Christian)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Apr 24
Anthony Akerele (Abstract)
Fat Metabolism during Pregnancy: Implication of Long Chain Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids on Fetal Outcomes

Ph.D. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. S. Cheema)
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Apr 10-20 - Final Exams - no seminar

 

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