HCS 2022 Webinar Series



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Transcriptional Control of Tissue Damage

July 13, 12:00pm EDT

Join these HCS awardees as they share their fascinating work!

IL-6 signaling is required for LPS-induced barrier function loss
Shuhan Lu, Albany Medical College
 
The Interplay Between Enteric Tuft Cell Responses and Giardia Colonization
Olivia Sosnowski, University of Calgary
 
Knockdown of p16INK4A Reduces Hepatic Steatosis, Senescence and Ameliorates Non-Alcoholic fatty liver disease phenotypes in High Fat Diet-Fed Mice
Debjyoti Kundu, Indiana University School of Medicine
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July 27, 12:00pm US EDT

Career Options in Science - Industry vs. Academia

Are you in academia wondering what if would be like to be an industry scientist? Are you in the industry contemplating a career move to academia? In a moderated discussion with a panel of mid to senior-level scientists with backgrounds in academia, industry, or both, we will compare and contrast the two professional environments. What are the tradeoffs? How do the environments differ? What strategies work best for navigating between the two? Other, career options such as government may also be discussed. Our panelists hail from ASIP, ASMB, and HCS in this our second tri-society webinar!

Moderators:  Daisy Shu, PhD, Schepens Eye Research Institute and Vik Meadows, PhD, Rutgers University

Panelists for this session are:

Robin Lorenz,

Genentech

Morgan Preziosi,

Fenix Group International, LLC

Paul Goodwin,

Cytiva

Andrew Leask,

University of Saskatchewan

 
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October 26, 12:00pm US EDT 

Family Life Balance in Science Careers: How to balance it all? 

Don't miss this one! We all need the advice of our sage panelists.  
Join the three societies, HCS, ASIP and ASMB for wisdom and discussion on this very important topic.
Panelist TBA and Registration Link Coming Soon

 


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