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Seminar Schedule Fall 2020
Seminars in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MDCH/PMPG/BPS 595)


(All seminars for the Fall semester will be held online on Wednesdays at 11:30 AM unless otherwise noted)

Wednesday, August 19

NO SEMINAR

(classes start August 24)

Friday, August 21

10:30 AM

Zoom

MANDATORY EHSO INITIAL LAB SAFETY TRAINING FOR NEW STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES

The Environmental, Health and Safety Office (EHSO) will be presenting a special chemical laboratory safety training program for College of Pharmacy NEW EMPLOYEES/GRADUATE STUDENTSTHIS INITIAL TRAINING SESSION IS INTENDED FOR ALL NEW EMPLOYEES/STUDENTS WHO WILL BE WORKING IN WET LABORATORIES.

Join Zoom Meeting: https://uic.zoom.us/j/98399477157?pwd=OGJjYjcvd05LU1RBbzVwY0RqR20wdz09
Meeting ID: 983 9947 7157
Passcode: @6PtN*Br

Wednesday, August 26

TBA

TBA

Friday, August 28

10:00 AM

Zoom

MANDATORY EHSO REFRESHER LAB SAFETY TRAINING FOR CURRENT/RETURNING STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES

The Environmental, Health and Safety Office (EHSO) will be presenting an annual chemical laboratory safety training program for College of Pharmacy NEW EMPLOYEES/GRADUATE STUDENTSTHIS REFRESHER TRAINING SESSION IS INTENDED FOR ALL RETURNING EMPLOYEES/STUDENTS WHO WORK IN OR SUPERVISE PERSONNEL IN WET LABORATORIES.

Zoom Meeting Details
Topic: 2020 Fall Mandatory REFRESHER Lab Safety Training
Time: Aug 28, 2020 10:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting: https://uic.zoom.us/j/99498638128?pwd=MytTVFc3VW0yNFVXZjhkRllYL1I5Zz09
Meeting ID: 994 9863 8128
Passcode: h2=F!wJ*

Wednesday, September 2

NO SEMINAR

No Seminar

Wednesday, September 9

How to Distill Hundreds of Years of Pharmacognosy (VOD:UIC, pw: PSCI2020Fall)

Jonathan Bisson, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UIC

Wednesday, September 16

M1 PAM: From Concept to Clinic (VOD:PUBLIC, pw: PSCI2020Fall)

Craig W. Lindsley, PhD, William K. Warren, Jr. Chair in Medicine, University Professor of Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Pharmacology, The Vanderbilt Specialized Chemistry Center (host: Andrew Riley)

Wednesday, September 23

From Microbes to Medicines

Elizabeth (Betsy) Parkinson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, Purdue University (host: Brian Murphy)

Wednesday, September 30

TBA

TBA

Wednesday, October 7

Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Live Single Cells: From Qualitative to Quantitative Analysis (VOD:PUBLIC, pw: PSCI2020Fall)

Zhibo Yang, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Oklahoma (host: Yu Gao)

Wednesday, October 14

*** CANCELLED / POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING 2021 ***

Protein and Small Molecule Engineering towards an Orthogonal Chromatin Landscape

Kabirul Islam, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh (host: Douglas Thomas)

Wednesday, October 21

Next Generation Peptide Therapeutics

Jakob Fuhrmann, PhD, Senior Scientist, Genentech (host: Steve Lee)

Wednesday, October 28

Leverage a large strain collection for natural products and drug discovery

Ben Shen, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry, Director, Natural Products Discovery Center at Scripps Research, Scripps Florida (host: Brian Murphy)

Wednesday, November 4

Intracellular Biologics as Next-Generation Therapeutics (VOD:PUBLIC, pw: PSCI2020Fall)

Dehua Pei, PhD, Charles H. Kimberly Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, The Ohio State University (host: Yu Gao)

Wednesday, November 11

Leveraging Harmful Algal Bloom Chemistry to Discover Potential Drug Leads

Matthew J. Bertin, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Rhode Island (host: Andrew Riley/Laura Sanchez)

Wednesday, November 18

Inspirations from Marine Natural Products for Drug and Tool Development

William Gerwick, PhD, Distinguished Professor, Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (host: Brian Murphy)

Wednesday, November 25

(Day before Thanksgiving)

TBA

Wednesday, December 2

Spying on Cellular Communication with Chemical Tools and Noninvasive Imaging

Jennifer A. Prescher, PhD, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine (host: Laura Sanchez)

Wednesday, December 9

NO SEMINAR (Finals Week)

NO SEMINAR

Course Coordinator: Yu (Tom) Gao <yugao@uic.edu>

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