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The Iowa Center for Gene Therapy was established in 1998 to promote research and training in molecular medicine with a focus on translational research using gene therapy approaches to treat inherited and acquired diseases.
Andrew Norris., MD, PhDAssociate Professor of Pediatrics - Endocrinology and DiabetesAssociate Professor of Biochemistry
Katherine Gibson-Corley, DVM, PhD Director, Histology Research LaboratoryAssistant Professor of Pathology
GENE THERAPY SEMINARS
MacEwen Conference Room (1-561 BSB)12:00 noon
November 17, 2014Kirk Harris, Ph.D.Assistant Professor, Department of PediatricsUniversity of Colorado Denver School of MedicineTitle: "Microbial Ecology of the CF Airway"
November 24, 2014No Seminar
December 1, 2014Thomas Crowley, Graduate Student (K. Rice Lab)Medicinal and Natural Products ChemistryTitle: "Polyintercalating Peptides and In Vivo Non-Viral Delivery of DNA and mRNA"
December 8, 2014Anthony Fischer, House Staff Fellow (P. McCray Lab)Allergy/Pulmonary MedicineTitle: "Cross-species comparisons of mucociliary transport"
December 15, 2014Weam Shahin, Graduate Student (J. Engelhardt Lab)Anatomy and Cell BiologyTitle: "Nox2 regulation of Neurogenesis"
OTHER SEMINARS OF INTEREST