University of Wisconsin–Madison

Events

Seminars and Events

Invited Speaker Seminar Series

  • Invited national/international
    guest speakers
  • Monthly events at Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research building (Room 7001A)

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

  • 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • 7001a WIMR

Lori Birder, PhD

Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology
Associate Member of UPMC/UPSOM Aging Institute
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (UPSOM)

Topic:  Aging Associated Changes in Oxidative Stress and Metabolic Processes in the Bladder Wall

U54 Outside Flyer – 10.9.19 – Lori Birder

*Goals:

  • Invigorate our center’s research program with exposure to new paradigms and technologies
  • Foster networking opportunities
  • Build new multi-institutional collaborations

Contact Rachel Irving to participate.


I3 (Innovative Idea Incubator) Seminar Series

  • Invited UW-Madison speaker

U54 Inside Flyer – 10.15.19

U54 Inside Flyer – 9.17.19

  • Goals:
    • Build collaborations between clinical scientists, basic scientists, and clinicians at UW hospitals and clinics and within the surrounding community.
    • Support training of new investigators and trainees at UW-Madison
  • Contact Chad Vezina if you are interested in attending or speaking

PROSTATE RESEARCH GROUP SEMINAR

Prostate and Prostate Cancer Research Group Meeting

Please click here to view the 2019-2020 PRG Speaker schedule

November 1, 2019
12pm-1pm
WIMR 7001a

Magdalena M. Grabowska, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Urology
Case Western Reserve University
“Elucidating NFIB Contributions to Prostatic Diseases”

PRG, 11.1.19

October 4, 2019
12pm-1pm
WIMR 7001a

Dalton McLean (Ricke Lab)
“FGF5 Increases Androgen Receptor Expression
and Signaling in Prostate Cancer”
&
Anne Turco (Vezina Lab)
“Under Pressure: Deciphering the Role of Prostate
Smooth Muscle in Urinary Dysfunction”

PRG, 10.4.19

 

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NIDDK Think Tank on Neuroscience in Urology

May 19-21, 2019

For agenda and registration details, please see:

https://www.niddk.nih.gov/news/meetingsworkshops/2019/neuroscience-in-urology-think-tank

Early registration is encouraged as spaces are limited.

Flyer: NeuroscienceInUrology_May2019


ANNUAL SYMPOSIA

  • Features national/international experts and focuses on emerging benign urology issues.

ANNUAL RETREAT

  • Focuses on teambuilding, progress reporting, and goal setting for center investigators, trainees, and support staff.

PAST EVENTS


SOCIETY FOR BASIC UROLOGIC RESEARCH (SBUR) FALL MEETING

November 12-15, 2015
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel
Event website

AMERICAN UROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (AUA) ANNUAL MEETING

May 15-19, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana, Morial Convention Center
Event website

BASIC SCIENCES SYMPOSIUM AT THE AUA: “AGING AND UROLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS”

May 15, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana, Morial Convention Center
Event website

SOCIETY FOR BASIC UROLOGIC RESEARCH (SBUR) MEETING AT THE AUA: “STEM CELLS IN UROLOGIC ORGANS AND THERAPEUTIC OPPORTUNITIES”

May 16, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana, Morial Convention Center
Event website

NIDDK UROLOGY CENTERS RESEARCH MEETING AT THE AUA: “HOW DO I GET MY PIECE OF THE PIE”

May 17, 2015
New Orleans, Louisiana, Morial Convention Center
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AUA_Centers_meeting_schedule

ROLE OF FIBROSIS IN SIGNALING AND LOWER URINARY TRACT DISEASE

April 8-9, 2015
Madison, Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Fluno Center

Download the event program for speaker and event details. obrien_fibrosis_layout

Download a compilation of available abstracts. combined_abstracts