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Sep
25
2019

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. To kick off the 2019-20 school year, Francesca Duncan, Executive Director of CRS, will present an overview of CRS events to come during the 2019-20 school year! 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)

Oct
9
2019

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: "Dot1L: new epigenetic mechanism regulating ovarian cancer stem cells" - Yaqi Zhang, Graduate Student, 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)

Oct
10
2019

Neena B. Schwartz Memorial Lectureship featuring Dr. Dan Bernard

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, Chicago

For the past 15 years, the Center for Reproductive Science has celebrated the life and work of our founder, Professor Neena B. Schwarz, with our annual NBS Lecture in Reproductive Science. On October 10th, 2019, we welcome Dr. Dan Bernard, Professor, Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics, and Director, McGill Centre for Research in Reproduction and Development, McGill University, Montreal Canada. On April 15th, 2018, Professor Neena B. Schwartz, The William Deering Professor of Endocrinology Emerita at Northwestern University, passed away peacefully at the age of 91. We will continue to celebrate her legacy through the Neena B. Schwartz Memorial Lectureship, which will be held in in Fall 2018, more information on this lecture to follow. Dontations continue to be accepted for this lectureship.

Oct
16
2019

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:"Intracellular Zinc Redistribution during Mammalian Egg Fertilization" - Seth Garwin, Post-Doctoral, 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)

Oct
23
2019

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:"Targeting genomic stability in cancer of women"- Zhuan Zhou, Research Assistant Professor, Ob/Gyn, Wan 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)

Oct
30
2019

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:"Age-dependent dysregulation of the hyaluronan network in the mammalian ovary is associated with altered ovarian biomechanical properties"- Farners Amargant i Riera PhD, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ob/Gyn, Duncan 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)

Nov
6
2019

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:" Integration of DNA methylation and progesterone receptor action in leiomyoma stem cell differentiation"- Shimeng Liu, Graduate Student, Ob/Gyn, Bulun 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)

Nov
13
2019

2019 Illinois Symposium on Reproductive Science

All day, Off-Campus

The ISRS is an annual regional meeting that offers a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and clinical fellows in the reproductive sciences to come together and present their research to their peers and senior scientists from across Illinois and beyond. This year's symposium will feature: • Distinguished guest speakers from across the U.S.• Networking Opportunities• Career Roundtable Luncheon• Special Topics Panel Discussion on Gene Editing• Oral and poster presentations covering topics such as:     o Regulation and dysregulation of reproduction     o Reproductive system development and disease     o Translational perspectives and clinical applications in reproduction   Go here to register (required for all attendees): http://bit.ly/isrsREG Go here to submit an abstract:http://bit.ly/isrsAB • Please note that attendees who wish to submit an abstract must also submit the registration form above

Nov
14
2019

2019 Illinois Symposium on Reproductive Science

All day, Off-Campus

The ISRS is an annual regional meeting that offers a unique opportunity for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and clinical fellows in the reproductive sciences to come together and present their research to their peers and senior scientists from across Illinois and beyond. This year's symposium will feature: • Distinguished guest speakers from across the U.S.• Networking Opportunities• Career Roundtable Luncheon• Special Topics Panel Discussion on Gene Editing• Oral and poster presentations covering topics such as:     o Regulation and dysregulation of reproduction     o Reproductive system development and disease     o Translational perspectives and clinical applications in reproduction   Go here to register (required for all attendees): http://bit.ly/isrsREG Go here to submit an abstract:http://bit.ly/isrsAB • Please note that attendees who wish to submit an abstract must also submit the registration form above

Nov
20
2019

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"- Nathaniel Henning, Graduate Student, 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)