Touchstone Diabetes Center

Paper of the Week


Monday, September 16


9:15 AM – K5.600

Scherer Lab Meeting




Tuesday, September 17


10:30 AM – Y6.224

No Hypothalamic Seminar this week


10:30 AM – NB4.122

Neuroscience Seminar Series

George S. Bloom, Ph.D.,

Professor of Biology, Cell Biology & Neuroscience at the University of Virginia

“Amyloid-β and Tau: the Trigger and Bullet in Alzheimer’s Disease Pathogenesis”


12 Noon -­ K5.600

Touchstone Diabetes Center Seminar

Nolwenn Joffin, PhD

Touchstone Diabetes Center

“Metabolic control of progenitor cell fate and function in adipose tissue”




Wednesday, September 18





Thursday, September 19


12 Noon – Y6.224

Obesity, Diabetes and Metabolism Seminar Series

No seminar this week




Friday, September 20


8:00 AM – D1.502

Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

Richard E. Moon, M.D.

Medical Director, Center for Hyperbaric Medicine & Environmental Physiology

Professor of Anesthesiology & Medicine,

Duke University School of Medicine

“From the Ocean Depths to the Mountain Tops: How do Humans Adapt?”


10 AM – L4.202 Conference Room

Mini Lab Meeting Scherer/Unger lab


1:00 PM – WCB 9.808

Endocrine Grand Rounds


Clinical Fellow Endocrinology

Yale School of Medicine

“The Brain and the Heart: Two Different Approaches to Metabolic Disorders”




also of note for Friday/Saturday September 20-21:


2019 Wendy and Emery Reves International Breast Cancer Symposium

See Wendy & Emery Reves International Breast Cancer Symposium for program

Location: Medical Education & Conference Center and Commons Food Court (NG)