News & Events

Upcoming Seminars

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Location Presenters Institution & Title Type
August 3, 2022; 1:00pm-2:00pm Room 210, 433 1st Avenue
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Yalda Moayedi-Esfahani Columbia University Dept. Seminar Series
August 17, 2022; 1:00pm to 2:00pm Room 230, 433 1st Avenue
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James Galligan, PhD Coit College of Pharmacy, University of Arizona Department Seminar Series
September 6, 2022; 12:00pm-1:00pm Zoom Link
Mukundan Attur, PhD NYU Langone CSCB Seminar
September 7, 2022; 1:00pm-2:00pm Room 220, 433 1st Avenue
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Carole LaBonne, PhD Northwestern Dept. Seminar Series
September 15, 2022; 12:00pm-1:00pm Zoom Link
Lei Yang, Tu Nguyen NYU Dental Work in Progress
September 21, 2022; 1:00pm-2:00pm Room 220, 433 1st Avenue
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Ramon Llull, MD, PhD Wake Forest University School of Medicine Dept. Seminar Series


Recent Events

On Friday, June 10, 2022, the Department of Molecularpathobiology at New York University College of Dentistry held its 2nd Annual Molecular Pathobiology Innovative Research Symposium. This was the first year the symposium was presented in a hybrid format, allowing the NYU community to attend in person or remotely via Zoom. Dr. Brian Schmidt provided opening remarks before day long oral presentations from thirteen speakers. The oral sessions addressed cell signaling topics related to pain, cancer, inflammation, and immunology. Additional subjects on education, biomaterials, and skeletal, craniofacial and developmental biology were also presented. A keynote lecture was given by Stavroula Kousteni, PhD, of Columbia University Medical Center and the Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics at Columbia University titled "The Osteoblastic Niche in Acute Myeloid Leukemia Progression, Prevention, and Treatment." Following this keynote, posters were presented by twenty-three NYUCD early career professionals. Dr. Nigel Bunnett provided concluding remarks and presented Dr. Lin Y. Hung and Ammar Khan with "Best Poster Presentation" awards as well as Parker Lewis and Fangxi Xu with the prize for "Best Oral Presentation". A happy hour in the courtyard at 433 1st Avenue enabled the 120 participants to discuss and engage with one another over drinks and food.

2nd AMPIRS was an outstanding opportunity for participants to receive feedback from early career researchers and faculty alike. We would like to thank the organizing committee for AMPIRS 2022, including Dr. Alan Hegron, Dr. Min Young Park, Dr. Nadege Gouignard, Dr. Kritika Rajsri, and Dr. Sasan Rabieh, as well as the administrative support and Heidi Cervantes for photography.