SS/SC Brown Bag Seminar Series

The seminar should give staff scientists a platform to present and discuss their science.  As SS/SC we are highly specialized and have greatly varying scientific interests, and we liked for the seminar to represent this; thus, the choice of topic and format will be speaker driven.

The seminar could be:
regular 45 min talk about your research,  chalk talk, summary of cool new stuff you heard about at a conference you recently went to, talk you need feedback for, presentation of a manuscript you liked to get feedback on, talk about a project that just can’t get off the ground and needs troubleshooting, presentation of a new technology/possible equipment purchases, presentations by several SSSC together or several shorter presentations.

We are also well aware that there is no time and location that fits all.  We booked 37/2041 for the first Thursday of each month from 12(noon) to 1PM, however, if you wish to present a seminar at another time / location just find a room that suits you better and let us know.

If you would like to schedule your talk or have any questions please contact:
Christina Stuelten (christu@mail.nih.gov), Yoshimi Greer (greery@mail.nih.gov) or Emily Tai (taic@mail.nih.gov)

 

2018 Series

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM, Building 37, Room 2041 (second floor conference room)

Date

Title

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

02/15

Single Cell Genomics - CCR new initiative and practical tips

Liz Conner

Mike Kelly

CCR Genomics Core

Single Cell Analysis Facility

03/01

Mass Spectrometry – How it works, what it does, and how it can help you

Lisa Jenkins

Mass Spectrometry Program,
Laboratory of Cell Biology, NCI/CCR

04/27

TBAMaxwell LeeLaboratory of Cancer Biology
and Genetics

05/03

TBAHoward YangLaboratory of Cancer Biology
and Genetics

2017 Series

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM, Building 37, Room 2041 (second floor conference room)

Date

Title

Speaker(s)

Affiliation

04/06

Innovative Sequencing Resources in the CCR Sequencing Facility

Bao Tran

CCR
Sequencing
Facility

05/18

ONC201 Kills Breast Cancer Cells by Inhibiting Mitochondrial Respiration

Yoshimi Endo Greer

Women's Malignancies Branch

06/01

Kicking Lymphoma When It’s Down - How we can exploit the apoptotic threshold therapeutically in Diffuse Large B Cell LymphomaArt SchafferLymphoid Malignancies Branch
07/06Leukocyte adhesion deficiency in a cat due to a deletion in the CD18 geneThomas BauerExperimental Transplantation and Immunology Branch

12/01

11:00AM

Predicting targets of T cell responses in cancer: Evaluating algorithms and lessons learned from the Immune Epitope DatabaseBjorn PetersLa Jolla Institute
for Allergy and Immunology
12/07CCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource: Our NGS Pipeline Tools (Introduction by Maggie Cam)Justin LackCCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource (CCBR)