Penn State Cellular & Molecular Physiology Events
Cellular and Molecular Physiology has Seminar Series which are held Fridays in C4702 at 12:00 noon, Penn State College of Medicine. Each week the Department will host a different seminar speaker.
Please see Special Events for Final Oral Examinations.
- Physiology News
Physiology Seminar Series
**Fridays at 12:00 in C4702**
September 13th Daniel Morgan, PhD Penn State Hershey
September 27th Roger Shi, PhD Penn State Hershey
October 4th William B. Farquhar, PhD Univ. of Delaware
October 11th Cornelia Kurischko Penn State Hershey
November 1st George M. Carman, PhD Rutgers University
November 8th Scot Kimball, PhD Penn State Hershey
November 15th Nina Stachenfeld, PhD Yale University
November 22nd Shannon Kelleher, PhD University Park
December 6th George Noutsios, PhD Penn State Hershey
December 13th Bradley Gordon, PhD Penn State Hershey
January 10th Hiromi Sesaki, PhD Johns Hopkins
January 24th Mariano Russo Graduate Student
February 7th Laura Carrel, PhD Penn State Hershey
February 21st Zurab Tsetskhladze Penn State Hershey
March 7th Andrew Kelleher Graduate Student
March 14th Alan Shuldiner, PhD Univ. of Maryland
March 21st Lisa Shantz, PhD Penn State Hershey
March 28th Richard D DiMarchi, PhD Indiana University
April 4th Jennifer Steiner, PhD Penn State Hershey
April 18th Darshan Trivedi Graduate Student
May 2nd Hui-Ling Chiang, PhD Penn State Hershey
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