The subject matter of this informal seminar series ranges from presentations about current research in one's own lab or another lab related to one's research (e.g., presenting a recent paper, as in a typical journal club format) to discussing and presenting the ideas for a grant. All presentations are from 12:00-1:00 p.m. For information about these seminars, please contact Dr. Jerry Feng (firstname.lastname@example.org).
"Developments in multi-solution bond cements: Synthesis, optimization and new applications
Dr. Danieli Rodrigues
"Anatomy of the infratemporal fossa"
Dr. Mikhail Umorin, Baylor College of Dentistry
"The upside-down lecture: How to get students to come to class"
Dr. Dee Silverthorn
"Estrogen receptor and bone formation"
Dr. Sara Windahl
"Rescue of DMP1-deficient tooth defects by the DSPP transgenic expression"; Dr. Monica Prasad Gibson
"Periodontal ligament (PDL) cells directly contribute to alveolar bone formation in vivo"; Yinshi Ren
"The specific role of FAM20C in dentinogenesis"; Dr. Xiaofang Wang
"WNT10A mutations play a major role in non-syndromic tooth agenesis"; Dr. Gabriele Mues
All speakers are from Baylor College of Dentistry
"Craniofacial and dental malformations in Ror2 mutant mice"
Dr. Tian Meng
State Key Laboratory of Oral Diseases, Sichuan University West China School of Stomatology
"FGF signaling sustains the odontogenic fate of odontogenic mesenchyme by suppressing beta-catenin signaling"
Dr. Chao Liu
"Bone equipped with osteogytes as a central regulator of multiple organs"
Dr. Yoshio Katayama
"Stress and pain transition after surgery"
Dr. Feng Tao
Please click for a list of previous presentations (2007-2012).