Location: Daly 185
Time: 4:00 pm
Presenter: Dr. Naoko Ohashi Watanabe
Title: "Stress Distribution Analysis in a Skull with Skeletally Deviated Occlusion"
Location: MS 5035C
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
- 05/07/13 - Jesus Delgado-Calle
- 05/14/13 - Erik Imel
- 05/21/13 - Julia Hum
- 05/28/13 - Rafael Pacheco-Costa
Location: MS 122A
Time: 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Presenter: Dr. Allison Ebert, Medical College of Wisconsin
- 05/13/13 - Dr. Michelle L. Hastings, Chicago Medical School
In The News
Audra Schutte, graduate student in the Education Track PhD Program, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Anatomists.
Chris Newman won the American Association of Anatomists langman Graduate Student Award. He presented his work "Reducing Parathyroid Hormone is Essential for Correcting Cortical Bone Deficiencies Associated with Chronic Kidney Disease" as an oral presentation at the Experimental Biology meeting in Boston.
Dr. Vincent Gattone is the recipient of the Lillian Jean Kaplan International Award for Advancement in the understanding of Polycystic Kidney Disease. This award recognizes a medical professional or researcher who exhibits excellence and leadership in PKD clinical or basic research. A cash prize of $50,000.00, associated with this award, will awarded during the ISN World Congress of Nephrology.
Dr. David Burr has been named Associate Vice Chancellor for research at IUPUI. Dr. Burr is also being appointed to the rank of Distinguished Professor in Indiana University. The rank of distinguished professor, the most prestigious academic appointment that Indiana University can bestow upon its faculty, was created by the IU Board of Trustees in 1967. The title is conferred by the university president with approval of the board.
Dr. Zao C. Xu has received the Indiana John W. Ryan Award for Distinguished Contributions to International Programs and Studies of 2013.
Dr. Jason Organ has received an AAA Visiting Scholarship to attend the workshop on Muscle Physiology at teh National Center for Skeletal Muscle Research at UC San Diego.
Marisol Resendiz, a graduate student from Dr. Feng Zhou's lab, has received an award of training grant to support her stipend, travel, and tuition for up to five years.
Caroline Miller, the EM Center Assistant Director, has been selected as the 2013 recipient of the prestigious Morton D. Maser Service Award from the Microscopy Society of America. This award is made to honor an MSA member who has provided significant volunteer service to the Society over a period of years.
The M.S. degree in Anatomy and cell Biology is now offered in two tracks. the Traditional Track includes 20 credit hours of required courses and a significant research project that results in a paper written by the student and defended before the student's three-member committee. The Research Track includes 15 credit hours of required courses, and there is sufficient time for students to engage in more research than can be accomplished with the Traditional Track. Students in the Research Track are expected to begin their investigational work during their first semester, and overall it is expected that the research Track students will complete a larger research project, which is fitting with their focus on enteing a Ph.D. program after completing their master degree.