Gates Center Seminar Series


The Gates Center Seminar Series is an integral component of our educational mission and efforts to promote discourse and potential collaboration within our Gates Center community and beyond. We are proud to have presentations by new Gates members, Gates Grubstake Fund awardees, and invited guest speakers. 

Please see the 2022 winter/spring seminar schedule below that will feature a variety of topics in the area of regenerative medicine.

Some seminars have not been recorded at the presenter’s request due to confidentiality issues.

DatePresenterSeminar TopicSeminar Recording

Tuesday, January 11

Justin Brumbaugh, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, CU Boulder

Histone methylation regulates differentiation in regenerative tissues

N/A

Tuesday, January 25

Michael Zuscik, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Orthopedics, CU Anschutz

Development of Chondroregenerative Therapy for Osteoarthritis

Watch Dr. Zuscik's Seminar Recording

Tuesday, February 8

Sarah Wyman, Ph.D., Associate Director of Cell Therapy, Gates Biomanufacturing Facility

Perspectives on Cell TherapyWatch Dr. Wyman's Seminar Recording

Tuesday, February 22

Holger Russ, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

Stem Cell Derived Pancreatic Cells Move into the Clinic

N/A

Tuesday, March 8

Daniel Sherbenou, M.D. Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Hematology, CU Anschutz

Personalized Medicine Through Myeloma Drug Sensitivity Testing

Watch Dr. Sherbenou's Seminar Recording

Tuesday, March 22

Jennifer Richer, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Pathology, CU Anschutz

Role of Androgen Receptors in Therapy Resistant Breast Cancer

Watch Dr. Richer's Seminar Recording

Tuesday, April 12

Eduardo Davila, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Medical Oncology, CU Anschutz

Next Generation Cellular Therapy for Cancer Patients: Re-Awakening Immunity to Recognize and Destroy Cancer

N/A

Tuesday, April 26

Ulli Bayer, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Pharmacology, CU Anschutz

CaMKII in Neuronal Plasticity and Cell Death

N/A

Tuesday, May 3

Christian Mosimann, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics - Developmental Biology, CU Anschutz

Cardiovascular Cell Fates in Development and Homeostasis 

 

DatePresenter
Seminar TopicSeminar Recording
Jan. 12th

Milica Radisic, Ph.D.

Professor

University of Toronto, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Milica RadisicInstructive Biomaterials for Cardiac Healing and RegenerationWatch Dr. Radisic's Seminar Recording
Jan. 26th

Kenneth Liechty, M.D.

The Sandy Wolf Chair in Maternal Fetal Surgery Director & Professor 

Pediatric Surgery Basic and Translational Research

Ken Liechty

Targeting Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in Disease

Watch Dr. Liechty's Seminar Recording
Feb. 9th

Eszter Katalin Vladar, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Medicine

Eszter Vladar

Building and Maintaining a Functional Multiciliated Epithelium

Watch Dr. Katalin Vladar's Seminar Recording
Feb. 9th

Moumita Ghosh, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Department of Medicine

Moumita Ghosh

Airway Stem/Progenitor Cells in Lung Health and Diseases

Watch Dr. Ghosh's Seminar Recording
Feb. 23rd

Xiying Fan, Ph.D.

Research Instructor

Department of Dermatology

 

 

xiying-fan

Defining the Role of Innate Immune Cells for Cancer Immunoediting in Epidermal Neoplasms via Intravital Imaging

Watch Dr. Fan's Seminar Recording
Mar. 9th

Sujatha Jagannathan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

Sujatha JagannathanEarly Embryonic Transcription Factor DUX4 Rewires RNA Processing in Muscle DiseaseWatch Dr. Jagannathan's Seminar Recording
Mar. 23rd

Natalia Vergara, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Ophthalmology

Natalia VergaraHarnessing the Potential of Stem Cell-Derived Retinal Organoids for Therapeutic DevelopmentWatch Dr. Vergara's Seminar Recording
May 11th

Xiao-Jing Wang, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor

Department of Pathology

Xiao Jing WangSmad7: From a Genetic Model to Drug DevelopmentWatch Dr. Wang's Seminar Recording

 

DatePresenter
Seminar TopicSeminar Recording
Oct. 27th

Matthew Seefeldt, Ph.D.

Executive Director

Gates Biomanufacturing Facility

Matthew Seefeldt
Translating Therapies at the Gates Biomanufacturing FacilityWatch Dr. Seefeldt's Seminar Recording
Dec. 8th

David Wagner, Ph.D.

 

Associate Professor & Head Immunology Section

 

Webb-Waring Center


 

David WagnerDeveloping a Drug to Modulate Auto-InflammationWatch Dr. Wagner's Seminar Recording