Remote Seminar Request Form
The Department of BioMolecular Sciences faculty are available to present real-time virtual seminars with Q&A. On request and time permitting, faculty speakers are available to meet with students or faculty at the host institution in the hour preceding or following the seminar. A brief overview of our MS and/or PhD programs can be included in the seminar. Please provide a contact email to assist in arranging the seminar.
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Contact person name and email address
Please provide 3 possible dates, the time of day and duration of the seminar.
Are you interested in a brief overview of the graduate programs offered in BioMolecular Sciences at UM?
Please select up to 5 faculty that would be most suitable for your seminar request. You may provide additional information and preferences in the field below.
Cole Stevens: "Generalist predators as a selection model to elucidate virulence mechanisms from pathogenic prey" (
Kristine Willett: "Acute and Chronic Outcomes of Developmental Exposure to Cannabidiol and delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol in Zebrafish" (
Courtney Roper: "Multidisciplinary Approaches for Studying Environmental Health: Fine Particulate Matter Characterization" (
Kristine Willett & Courtney Roper: "Toxicology as a Career Choice - Why it’s a great idea, and what you need to know" (
Hoang Le: "An Efficient Synthetic Route to L-γ-Methyleneglutamine and Its Amide Derivatives, and Their Selective Anticancer Activity" (
Joshua Sharp: "Clarity from Complexity: Probing Protein-Glycosaminoglycan Interactions Using Mass Spectrometry" (
Jason Paris: "HIV Proteins Disrupt Steroidogenesis: Implications for Stress and Reward" (
Nicole Ashpole: "Continued Role for IGF-1 in Maintaining Neuroglial Function in Advanced Age" Or "Behavioral Effects of Exogenous Cannabinoids Across the Lifespan" (
Ziaeddin Shariat-Madar: "Prolylcarboxypeptidase: A biomarker" (
Kristine Willett and Lead Team: "Drinking Water: Engaging communities to reduce lead exposure" (
Sudeshna Roy: "New Methods and Chemical Tools Against Multi Drug-resistant Bacterial Infections" (
Jing Li: "Molecular mechanism of C-type inactivation in potassium channels" (
Please provide any additional information that would be useful in arranging the seminar. You may provide your ranking of speaker preferences.
You will receive a response within 3 business days after submitting your request. For additional comments/questions, feel free to email
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