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Feb
19
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:"BRCA1 mutation influences Progesterone response in human benign mammary organoid"- Batzaya Davaadelger, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ob/Gyn, Kim Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Feb
26
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:" TBD"- Yu-Ying Chen, Graduate Student, Ob/Gyn, Woodruff Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Mar
4
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:"Investigating the role of zinc in murine embryo development and the effect on cell fate determination in the blastocyst"- Julia Balough, Research Assistant, Ob/Gyn, Woodruff Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Mar
5
2020

Career Catalyst: Academic Publishing and Peer Review

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Please join CRS as we welcome Hugh Clarke, co-Editor in Chief of Biology of Reproduction and Professor and Richard Cruess Chair in Reproductive Biology at McGill University, who will give a talk on the process of publishing and peer reviewing academic work! Light appetizers will be provided.

Mar
11
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:" The impact of zinc transport on C. elegans reproduction"- Aaron Sue, Graduate Student, Chemistry, O’Halloran Lab. Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Mar
18
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:" Distributions and localization of IgA antibodies and virus following acute rectal HIV exposure"- Roslyn Taylor, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Cell and Molecular Biology, Hope Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Apr
1
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:"Presence of Follicles in the Discarded Processing Media in Pediatric Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation"-  Courtney Harris, MD, Surgical Fellow, Pediatrics, Laronda Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Apr
8
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:"New epigenetic targets in ovarian cancer stem cells"- Yinu Wang, PhD                Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ob/Gyn, Matei Lab. Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)

Apr
15
2020

Reproductive Research Updates

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Chicago

Reproductive Research Updates is an event that has taken place for over 30 years, and it is an important opportunity for CRS members to formally present their research to the broader reproductive science and medicine community in an interactive format. This event takes place every Wednesday at noon (lunch provided) and is incredibly well-attended by CRS members across campuses. Presentaion:"Epigenomic regulation in Uterine leiomyomas", Priyanka Saini, PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ob/Gyn, Chakravarti Lab Weekly events are located at multiple sites on both campuses: Evanston (Pancoe 4103) Chicago Campus (Lurie 10-123) CRS Collaborative Suite (645 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 630)