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 ResearchAADR BuffaloAADR Buffalo Section Activities     April 23, 2014  

AADR Buffalo Section Activities

The AADR Buffalo Section sponsors periodic lunch and learns, a symposium, and a student research award each year.  

Lunch and Learn Seminar Series  

Lunch and learn seminars are informal gatherings to bring students, faculty and other researchers together to interact and promote collaboration.  It includes 15 min seminars from speakers with diverse interests relevant to dental research.  All members are invited and encouraged to attend.

Schedule for lunch and learn seminars - Spring 2014

Time: Wednesdays, 12:00 - 12:45 (Lunch served at 12:00, seminars begin at 12:10)

Location: 326 Squire Hall

Lecture 1: Wednesday, 2/26

Presenter: Shuying (Sheri) Yang, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, UB School of Dental Medicine

Topic:  Introduction of Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Lecture 2: Wednesday, 3/26

Cancelled: Dr. Myneni will be re-scheduled for a later date

Lecture 3: Wednesday, 4/2

Presenter: Richard O'Connor, PhD

Assistant Professor, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Dept. of Health Behavior

Topic: Emerging Issues in Tobacco Regulatory Science

Lecture 4: Wednesday, 4/16

Presenter: Jihnhee Yu, PhD

Associate Professor, UB School of Public Health and Health Professions, Dept. of Biostatistics

Topic: Clinical Trials and Randomization

Elections: Wednesday, 4/23

Elections for secretary and student liaisons and discussion of ideas for 2014 - 2015 academic year activities






NEWS: 2010 AADR Buffalo Section Research Meeting was held on 11 19 2010




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