On Tuesday, May 26 at noon we will be hosting a special webinar with Lexi Voss, the Biomedical Library’s Visualizationist, on the basics of using Adobe Illustrator for scientific figures. This is a great opportunity for folks who are new to the program and want to learn the basics in a workshop geared toward scientists instead of graphic designers.
Registration is required to receive workshop materials.
Open to all Penn faculty, postdocs, students, and staff! Come enjoy some snacks and stem cell science.
Open to all Penn faculty, postdocs, students, and staff. Join us for this IRM-sponsored installment of the Distinguished Seminar Series, which features notable researchers from institutions around the world.
This week, we are hosting Dr. Danwei Huangfu from the Sloan Kettering Institute.
For questions about one-on-one meetings or trainee lunch with our speaker, please contact Diona Cashioli (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The IRM will host our fall symposium, Reproduction meets Regeneration: Implications for long term health of parents and future offspring, on Wednesday, November 1, 2023 in the Smilow Center for Translational Research Rubenstein Auditorium and Commons.
We invite trainees to submit abstracts for posters and lightning talks!
Mitinori Saitou, MD, PhD
INSTITUTE FOR THE ADVANCED STUDY OF HUMAN BIOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY AND CELL BIOLOGY, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, KYOTO UNIVERSITY
Kotaro Sasaki, MD, PhD
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Diana Laird, PhD
CZ BIOHUB INVESTIGATOR, ELI AND EDYTHE BROAD CENTER FOR REGENERATION MEDICINE AND STEM CELL RESEARCH, CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF OBGYN, , UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANSISCO
Kathleen O’Neill, MD, MTR
DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Ariella Shikanov, PhD
DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Monica A. Mainigi, MD
HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Andrew Modzelewski, PhD
SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
James Turner, PhD
ASSISTANT RESEARCH DIRECTOR, FRANCIS CRICK INSTITUTE
Students and postdocs: we are looking for lightning talk and poster presenters! Lightning talks are 90 second, 1 slide “pitches” of your work to the gathered audience. If you are conducting research into an area related to our symposium theme, submit an abstract. Abstracts must include a title, authors and affiliations, and no more than 250 words describing the research.
Posters from trainees studying topics related to the symposium theme are welcome! Please submit your name, affiliations, authors, and title. You do not need to submit a full abstract unless you wish to be considered for a lightning talk.