CRRR Seminar Series

Published: November 3rd, 2015

Category: CRRR related seminars and Conferences

Respiratory Social and Science Series

Dr. Vijay Chandran – A molecular systems analysis of nervous system regeneration
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Jerome Dempsey – Hypoxia  in Humans: A Mixed Blessing
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Martin Oudega – Insight into Mesenchymal Stem Cell Transplant-Mediated Spinal Cord Repair
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Alicia Vose, Lauren Tabor, Jessica Zipper – Neurophysiology of the Respiratory-Swallow Relationship: Clinical Implications
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Fiona Bailey – Can bench work help us at the bedside: Arriving at a useful measure of respiratory control
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

9/9/2016 – 3:30 to 6pm
Dr. Mathias Dutschmann – Brain Circuits Controlling Respiratory Sensory-Motor Integration: Origins of Plasticity and Pathology
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, room JG32

June, July, August 2016: Summer Break

Dr. John Harwick – “Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of OSA (obstructive sleep apnea)”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. David Fuller – History and Significance of the Crossed Phrenic Phenomenon”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Daryl Fields – “Complex Signaling Mechanisms Give Rise to Adaptive Behaviors in Respiratory Motor Control”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

 2/24/2016 – 5 to 7pm

Dr. Jenna Yentes – “Innovative Analysis of Locomotor Respiratory Coupling in Pulmonary Disease”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

1/27/2016 – 5 to 7pm
Jon Mukand, MD, PhD – Neurotechnology & Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

12/18/2015 – 5 to 7pm

X-mas Party
Location: Tall Paul’s Brew House
5 to 6 pm drink and Pizza sponsored by CRRR

Mrs. Teresa d’Angelo – “CTSI Services and Resources – How Can We Help You?”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

10/28/2015 – 5 to 7pm

Dr. Vivian Mushawar – Round table/informal discussion of “spinal stimulation” (problems, promise, ideas, etc.)
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Ianessa Humbert – Effects of surface electrical stimulation on swallowing airway protection
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Elisa Gonzales-Rothi and Lynne Mercier – Spinal cord stimulation and breathing: epidural and intraspinal approaches
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. ›Ashley Smuder – “Diaphragm function following acute cervical spinal cord injury and mechanical ventilation”
Dr.
›Barb Smith: “Seeking inspiration: Rehabilitation approaches for chronic ventilatory insufficiency in neuromuscular disease
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32

Dr. Tabitha Shen – Investigating the role of the dorsal medulla in airway protection
Dr. Gary Todd –  “Correcting neuromuscular deficits with gene therapy in Pompe disease”
Location: Biomedical Sciences Building, atrium and room JG32