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The Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection's new seminars

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The HS Talks - Biomedical and Life Sciences Collection's new seminars are covering, a broad range of scientific knowledge held by lear researchers of the subject areas. To see them check out visit the links below.

The following new online seminars have been released lately on fertilitychemotherapyovarian tissue cryopreservationmolecular biologyCa2+ signalsepithelial signalingSjögren's syndrome.

Preservation of fertility in cancer patients: the impact of chemotherapy
Prof. Kutluk H. Oktay Yale University School of Medicine, USA

Preservation of fertility in cancer patients: BRCA mutations, ovarian tissue cryopreservation and transplantation, and pharmacologicaltreatments in fertility preservation
Prof. Kutluk H. Oktay Yale University School of Medicine, USA

Programmed cell death
Prof. Xuejun Jiang Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, USA

Introduction to applied molecular biology
Dr. Jonathan Cox Aston University, UK

Penetrance, pleiotropy, and psychiatry
Dr. Jacob A.S. Vorstman Hospital for Sick Children, Canada

Modeling Ca2+ signals: understanding Ca2+ regulatory networks in cells: introduction and basic concepts
Dr. David Friel Case Western Reserve University, USA

Modeling Ca2+ signals: understanding Ca2+ regulatory networks in cells - Ca2+ stores: ER and mitochondria
Dr. David Friel Case Western Reserve University, USA

Modeling Ca2+ signals: understanding Ca2+ regulatory networks in cells - models of spatially non-uniform Ca2+ signals, applications toanalysis of experimental results
Dr. David Friel Case Western Reserve University, USA

Advantages of using monolithic silica gel columns in the pharma industry
Dr. Egidijus Machtejevas Merck KGaA Darmstadt, Germany

Bacterial activation of epithelial signaling
Prof. Alice Prince Columbia University, USA

Sjögren's syndrome
Prof. Nancy Carteron University of California, San Francisco, USA

The Bunyavirales
Prof. Laura D. Kramer Wadsworth Center, USA

Biology and structure of arrestin proteins
Prof. Vsevolod V. Gurevich Vanderbilt University, USA