Stanford Diabetes / Islet Biology Work-In-Progress Seminar Series
Participants: Members of >15 Participating Stanford Research Groups.
Meeting Time: First Friday of the month, 12:00-1:30 pm.
Meeting Location: Beckman 302, Developmental Biology Library.
Justin Annes MD PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology
Seung Kim MD PhD, Professor, Developmental Biology and (by courtesy) Medicine
Each session, held monthly, includes two speakers who provide a 20-25 minute discussion of their ongoing diabetes-related research. Presentation topics range from clinical research to basic science investigation, promoting a knowledge and collaboration between these spheres. The presentation format encourages questions and discussion both during and after each presentation. Presentations primarily focus on un-published work and as these meetings are intended to build new collaborations, share new insights (particularly new technologic innovations and how they might be applied) and facilitate new ideas/ research directions. Presenters and attendees include everyone from professors to undergraduate students. Thus this venue also aligns with our center’s training mission. Typical attendance is ~30-40 individuals per session. Snacks and drinks are provided to facilitate informal socializing and discussion following the presentations.
October 6th: Knowles Lab (Heritable Diabetes and Metabolic Risk)/ Snyder Lab (Diabetes Omics)
September 1: Kay Lab (Islet Targeting)/ Meyer Lab (Immune cell targeting of the Islet)
July 7: Bollyky Lab (Type I diabetes Protection)/ McLaughlin Lab (CD44 and T2D)
June 2: Feldman Lab
Brian J. Feldman (Feldman lab): "Hypertrophy or hyperplasia: post-prandial contemplations."
Avnesh S. Thakor (Thakor Lab): "Delivery of therapeutics directly to the pancreas."
May 5th, 2017:
Heshan Peiris (Seung Kim Lab): BCL11A: A T2D Risk Gene From GWAS That Regulates Human Beta Cell Function
Hannah Moeller (Justin Annes Lab): Discovering mechanisms for promoting the beta cell identity
April 26th 2017, 9AM-5PM
Frontiers in Diabetes Research at Stanford
December 9th, 2016:
Marco Mignardi (Quake Lab) : In situ gene expression profiling of pancreatic tissues
Yan Hang (Kim Lab): A mammalian decretin hormone that regulates islet insulin output during nutrient restriction
November 28th, 2016: Stanford Diabetes Research Forum (celebrating Diabetes Awareness Month):
Speakers: Drs. Vivek Bhalla, Eric Gross, Joyce Liao, Elena Matsa, Tracey McLaughlin, Nadine Nagy, Seung Kim and Chelsea Kliebert (Jennifer Cochran lab) and Zahra Bahrami (Mary Teruel lab)
October meeting: cancelled
September 9th, 2016:
Everett Meyer: Blockade of signaling hub repulsive guidance molecule B (RGMb) delays islet allograft rejection
Sun Kim: Insulin Clearance: an underappreciated modulator of plasma insulin
July 8th, 2016:
Vivek Sunkari (Bollyky Lab): Targeting Hyaluronan to Treat Type 2 Diabetes
Justin Annes: Genetic Disruption of Adenosine Kinase in Mouse Pancreatic β-Cells Protects Against High Fat Diet-Induced Glucose Intolerance
June 6th, 2016:
Seung Kim and Sangbin Park: Drosophila and diabetes: tapping the deep evolutionary roots of islet biology
Linda Yip (Fathman Lab): Using gene expression of PBCs to identify risk and progression of T1D
May 20th, 2016:
Brian Hsueh (Deisseroth Lab): Quantitative tools for evaluating 3D structure in the pancreas
Everett Meyer Lab: Using chimeric antigen receptor T-regulatory cells to induce tolerance and deliver directed signals to pancreatic islet allografts
April 13th, 2016:
Wenyu Zhou (Snyder group): Profiling bacterial community changes in diet-induced weight gain/loss
Li-Fen Liu (McLaughlin group): Adipose tissue macrophages impair preadipocyte differentiation in humans
March 11th, 2016:
Nadine Nagy (Bollyky Lab) Immune tolerance and hyaluronan
Martin Enge (Quake Lab) Single cell transcriptional analysis from young and old human beta-cells.
February 16th, 2016:
Seung Kim: Diabetes-Related Resources at Stanford
Justin Annes: Identification of Novel β-Cell replication-promoting Small Molecules