HNRCA Collaborates Seminars provides a learning environment that encourages researchers to strengthen their presentation skills and experience the benefits of sharing information and receiving the collective feedback from colleagues. Each seminar consists of two presentations – one led by a scientist and the other led by a post-doc or student. Time is reserved after each presentation for a lively Q&A session and active participation by all attendees.
Because preliminary data and early stage research will often be featured, these sessions will be primarily limited to the HNRCA community, principally Tufts and USDA-ARS researchers.
The HNRCA Collaborates Seminars take place every 2 months on the dates and times below in the Mezzanine Conference Room.
2020 HNRCA Collaborates Seminars
NOTE: ALL SEMINARS ARE POSTPONED AS OF MARCH 16 the in response to COVID-19 precautions
Feb. 6, 2-3 pm Andrew Reeves, Ph.D., Postdoctoral fellow, Obesity Metabolism Team ACSL4 in myeloid cells modulates PUFA metabolism and contributes to inflammation and insulin resistance in mice