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Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease: where are we up to? (30 mins) / Prof. John Hardy - Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK

2010-08-26

The clinical syndrome of Alzheimer's disease (41 mins) / Dr. Jonathan Schott - Dementia Research Centre, Institute of Neurology, UCL, London, UK

2011-03-28

Genetics of early onset Alzheimer's disease (35 mins) / Dr. Ekaterina Rogaeva - University of Toronto, Canada

2010-08-26

Imaging amyloid: now that we can see it, what does it all mean? (70 mins) / Prof. William Klunk - University of Pittsburgh, USA

2010-08-26

Immunotherapy as an approach to treating Alzheimer's disease (40 mins) / Prof. David Morgan - Byrd Alzheimer Institute, University of South Florida, USA

2010-08-26

Lewy body dementia (29 mins) / Prof. Ian McKeith - Newcastle University, UK

2010-08-26

Metabolic and biochemical alterations in Alzheimer's Disease: Facts and fictions (51 mins) / Prof. Mark A. Smith - Case Western Reserve University, USA

2011-06-12

Neuroimaging markers in AD trials (41 mins) / Prof. Nick Fox - National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Institute of Neurology, UCL, UK

2010-08-26

Pathogenic mechanisms and therapeutic approaches for the tauopathies (19 mins) / Prof. Karen Duff - Columbia University Medical Center/NYS Psychiatric Institute, USA

2010-08-26

Pathology of Alzheimer's disease (43 mins) / Prof. Tamas Revesz - Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK

2011-05-26

Thirty years of Azheimer's genetics: what's new and what's next? (32 mins) / Dr. Lars Bertram - Max-Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Germany

2010-08-26

Vascular factors in Alzheimer's disease (36 mins) / Dr. Deborah Gustafson - University of Gothenburg, Sweden and SUNY-Downstate Medical Center, USA

2010-08-26

Antibiotic Resistance (From genes to global prevalence)

Antibiotic resistance and the supragenome hypothesis (22 mins) / Dr. Bambos Charalambous - University College London, UK

2009-12-31

Antibiotic resistance: a mechanistic overview (42 mins) / Dr. Neil Woodford - Health Protection Agency, UK

2009-12-31

Antiretroviral drug resistance (26 mins) / Prof. Deenan Pillay - University College London, UK

2011-01-16

Beta-lactamases: clinical impact and epidemiology (35 mins) / Prof. Sebastian Amyes - University of Edinburgh, UK

2009-12-31

Controlling antibiotic resistance in the community (27 mins) / Dr. Peter Wilson - University College London Hospital, UK

2009-12-31

Controlling antibiotic resistance in the hospital environment (39 mins) / Dr. Ian Eltringham - King’s College Hospital, London, UK

2009-12-31

Conventional and automated diagnostic methods (29 mins) / Dr. Alan Johnson - Health Protection Agency, UK

2010-01-13

Drug resistant tuberculosis: biology, epidemiology and control (33 mins) / Dr. Christopher Dye - World Health Organization, Switzerland

2009-12-31

Fitness and compensation (34 mins) / Dr. Sébastian Gagneux - National Institute for Medical Research, UK

2009-12-31

Fitness in antibiotic resistant bacteria (11 mins) / Prof. Stephen Gillespie - University College London, UK

2010-01-13

Glycopeptide-resistant enterococci (49 mins) / Dr. Neil Woodford - Health Protection Agency, UK

2009-12-31

Introduction to malaria (36 mins) / Prof. David Warhurst - London School of Hygiene and Tropical and Medicine, UK

2010-10-31

Malaria: mode of action of drugs and resistance mechanisms (44 mins) / Prof. David Warhurst - London School of Hygiene and Tropical and Medicine, UK

2010-10-31

Medicinal chemistry strategies in combating antibiotic resistance (37 mins) / Dr. Geoffrey Coxon - University of Strathclyde, UK

2009-12-31

Methicillin resistant S. aureus and other resistances (37 mins) / Prof. Mark Enright - Imperial College London, UK

2009-12-31

Molecular diagnosis of antibiotic resistance (48 mins) / Dr. Tim McHugh - University College London, UK

2009-12-31

Mutation (20 mins) / Prof. Stephen Gillespie - University College London, UK

2010-01-13

National and international surveillance of antibiotic resistance (62 mins) / Dr. David Livermore - Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, UK

2009-12-31

Overcoming resistance through novel drug targets (26 mins) / Prof. Anthony Coates - St. Georges’ Hospital, University of London UK

2009-12-31

Public policy to reduce antibiotic resistance (51 mins) / Dr. Niels Frimodt-Møller - Statens Serum Institute, Denmark

2010-01-06

Risk factors for antibiotic resistance in Streptococcus pneumoniae (43 mins) / Prof. Keith Klugman - Emory University, USA

2009-12-31

Antivirals

Antiviral therapy of chronic Hepatitis B virus infections: is resistance still a challenge? (62 mins) / Prof. Fabien Zoulim - Lyon University and INSERM, France

2011-08-01

Antiviral therapy of orthopoxvirus infection (39 mins) / Prof. Earl R. Kern - University of Alabama, USA / Prof. Mark N. Prichard - University of Alabama, USA

2011-08-01

Antivirals versus vaccines (76 mins) / Prof. Albert D.M.E. Osterhaus - Erasmus Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2011-08-01

Cellular cofactors of HIV integrase: from target identification to discovery of ledgins (52 mins) / Dr. Zeger Debyser - Laboratory for Molecular Virology and Gene Therapy, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

2011-08-01

Cyclophilin inhibitors for HCV (30 mins) / Prof. Robert Flisiak - Medical University of Bialystok, Poland

2011-08-01

Herpes simplex virus and varicella-zoster virus Helicase-Primase inhibitors (35 mins) / Dr. Hugh J. Field - University of Cambridge, UK

2011-08-01

Herpes simplex virus antiviral chemotherapy (25 mins) / Dr. Hugh J. Field - University of Cambridge, UK

2011-08-01

HIV entry inhibitors (32 mins) / Prof. José Esté - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

2011-08-01

HIV-1 integrase inhibitors (59 mins) / Prof. Martin Markowitz - Aaron Diamond Aids Research Center, Rockefeller University, USA

2011-08-01

Influenza antivirals:update (70 mins) / Prof. Frederick G. Hayden - University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

2011-08-01

Nucleoside phosphonates as inhibitors of HIV (45 mins) / Dr. Tomas Cihlar - Department of Biology, Gilead Sciences, USA

2011-08-01

Prospects of anti-HIV therapy and prophylaxis (58 mins) / Prof. Dr. Erik De Clercq - Rega Institute for Medical Research, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

2011-08-01

Towards the development of potent therapy against the Hepatitis C virus (50 mins) / Prof. Johan Neyts - Rega Institute for Medical Research, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

2011-08-01

Apoptosis (Fundamentals, Pathways, Clinical Applications and Role in Disease)

Apoptosis in C. elegans (52 mins) / Prof. Michael Hengartner - Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Zurich, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Apoptosis in the Immune System (62 mins) / Prof. Peter Krammer - German Cancer Research Center, Germany

2007-10-01

Apoptosis in the Nervous System (68 mins) / Prof. Pierluigi Nicotera - MRC Toxicology Unit, University of Leicester, UK

2007-10-01

Apoptotic Cell Clearance and its Implications (28 mins) / Prof. Peter Henson - National Jewish Medical Research Center, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, USA

2007-10-01

Apoptotic Cell Clearance Deficiencies (29 mins) / Prof. Martin Herrmann - Institute for Clinical Immunology, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany

2007-10-01

Apoptotic Pathways in Mammals (20 mins) / Prof. Douglas Green - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA

2007-10-01

Autophagic Cell Death (34 mins) / Prof. Eric Baehrecke - University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

The Bcl-2 Family (24 mins) / Dr. David Huang - Walter and Eliza Hall Medical Institute, Australia

2007-10-01

Caspase Inhibitors in Drug Discovery (46 mins) / Dr. Tom O'Brien - Genentech, USA

2007-10-01

Caspases (43 mins) / Prof. Yuri Lazebnik - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

2007-10-01

The Death Receptor Signalling Pathway (29 mins) / Dr. Richard Siegel - NIAMS, National Institutes of Health-Bethesda, USA

2007-10-01

Degradation of Apoptotic Cells (57 mins) / Prof. Shigekazu Nagata - Osaka University Medical School, Japan

2007-10-01

Endothelial Cell Apoptosis (49 mins) / Prof. Richard Kolesnick - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA

2007-10-01

Lysosomal Cell Death Pathways: New Possibilities for Cancer Therapy (46 mins) / Prof. Marja Jaattela - Institute of Cancer Biology, Danish Cancer Society, Denmark

2007-10-01

Mechanisms of Apoptosis from Structural Biology (44 mins) / Prof. Yigong Shi - Princeton University, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondria in Apoptosis (28 mins) / Prof. Jean-Claude Martinou - University of Geneva, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Natural Caspase Inhibitors (37 mins) / Prof. Guy Salvesen - The Burnham Institute for Medical Research, USA

2007-10-01

p53 and Apoptosis (64 mins) / Prof. Moshe Oren - The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

2007-10-01

The p53 Family: Function and Molecular Mechanisms (47 mins) / Prof. Gerry Melino - University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy and MRC Toxicology Unit, Leicester University, UK

2007-10-01

Regulation of Apoptosis: Lessons from Drosophila and their Implications for Human Health and Disease (46 mins) / Prof. Hermann Steller - Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The Rockefeller University, USA

2007-10-01

Signalling During Engulfment: The Beginnings of a Good Meal (61 mins) / Prof. Kodi Ravichandran - Carter Immunology Center, University of Virginia, USA

2007-10-01

Targeting Apoptosis Pathways in Cancer Therapy (31 mins) / Dr. Simone Fulda - University Children's Hospital Ulm, Germany

2007-10-01

Targeting Apoptosis Pathways in Cancer Therapy (42 mins) / Dr. Irene Ghobrial - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

TRAIL-Induced Apoptosis: From Analysis of the Death-Inducing Signalling Complex (DISC) to Clinical Applicability (27 mins) / Dr. Henning Walczak - German Cancer Research Center, Germany

2007-10-01

Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders (History, Diagnosis, Neurobiology, Treatment and Outcome)

Adults with autism spectrum disorders: outcome and interventions (54 mins) / Prof. Patricia Howlin - King's College London, UK

2010-02-23

Alternative and controversial treatments (31 mins) / Dr. Tristram Smith - University of Rochester Medical Center, USA

2010-02-23

An introduction to autism and related conditions (53 mins) / Prof. Fred Volkmar - Yale University School of Medicine, USA

2010-02-23

Asperger syndrome and legal issues (31 mins) / Dr. Marc Woodbury-Smith - McMaster University, Canada

2010-02-23

Autism and culture: the effect on epidemiology and diagnosis at home and abroad (51 mins) / Prof. Roy Grinker - George Washington University, USA

2010-02-23

Behavior intervention and autism (49 mins) / Dr. Lynn Koegel - University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

2010-02-23

Diagnostic and screening instruments for autism (48 mins) / Prof. Deborah Fein - University of Connecticut, USA

2010-02-23

The DX and classification of ASDs: progress and pitfalls (52 mins) / Prof. Peter Szatmari - McMaster University, Canada

2010-02-23

Genetics of autism spectrum disorders (64 mins) / Dr. Matthew State - Yale University, USA

2010-02-23

Medical care for children on the autism spectrum (41 mins) / Dr. Elizabeth Wiesner - Yale University, USA

2010-02-23

Models of educational intervention for people with ASD (50 mins) / Prof. Sandra Harris - Rutgers University, USA

2010-02-23

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neural signatures of atypical social brain development in autism (42 mins) / Dr. Kevin Pelphrey - Yale University School of Medicine, USA

2010-09-14

Neurochemical research in autism (45 mins) / Dr. George Anderson - Yale University School of Medicine, USA

2010-09-29

PDD-NOS: the "unknown continent" (50 mins) / Prof. Kenneth Towbin - National Institute of Mental Health, USA

2010-02-23

Psychological assessment (33 mins) / Prof. Sally Ozonoff - M.I.N.D Institute, University of California, Davis, USA

2010-02-23

Restricted and repetitive behaviours (35 mins) / Prof. Sue Leekam etc - Cardiff University, UK

2010-02-23

Rett syndrome: a pediatric neurodevelopmental disorder (55 mins) / Prof. Richard Van Acker - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

2010-09-29

The school age child with autism/autism spectrum disorders (ASD) (69 mins) / Prof. Ann Le Couteur - University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

2010-02-23

Sensory processing: a critical assessment area for autism spectrum disorders (58 mins) / Prof. Winnie Dunn - University of Kansas Medical Center, USA

2010-02-23

Social skills development, assessment and programming in school-aged speakers with autism spectrum disorders (53 mins) / Prof. Rhea Paul - Yale University, USA

2010-02-25

Translating research into homes and schools: strategies for parents, educators and researchers (44 mins) / Dr. Peter Doehring - Center for Autism Research, Philadelphia, USA

2010-02-23

Autoimmunity (Etiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestation and diagnostic methodologies)

Accelerated Atherosclerosis in Autoimmune Rheumatic Disease (45 mins) / Dr. Andrea Doria - University of Padova, Italy

2007-10-01

Adjuvants and autoimmunity (26 mins) / Dr. Eitan Israeli - Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Israel

2010-01-28

ANCA-Associated Systemic Vasculitides (43 mins) / Prof. Loic Guillevin - Hopital Cochin, Universite Rene Descartes, France

2007-10-01

Anti-Cytokine Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis (76 mins) / Prof. Piercarlo Sarzi-Puttini - University of Milan, Italy

2007-10-01

Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS): from pathogenesis to treatment (46 mins) / Prof. Roger Levy - State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2010-02-09

Apoptotic Cell Clearance Deficiency (42 mins) / Prof. Martin Herrmann - Institute for Clinical Immunology, University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany

2007-10-01

Auto-antibodies as Predictors of Autoimmune Disease (34 mins) / Dr. Nicola Bizzaro - Ospedale S. Antonio, Italy

2007-10-01

Autoimmune Features in Celiac Disease (40 mins) / Prof. Aaron Lerner - Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

2007-10-01

Autoimmunity and Atherosclerosis (35 mins) / Prof. Johan Frostegard - Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

2007-10-01

B Lymphocytes on the Frontline of Autoimmunity (41 mins) / Prof. Pierre Youinou - Brest University Medical School, France

2007-10-01

Capillaroscopy in Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases (30 mins) / Prof. Maurizio Cutolo - University of Genova, Italy

2007-10-01

The Catastrophic Antiphospholipid Syndrome and the Microangiopathic Antiphospholipid Syndrome (38 mins) / Prof. Ronald Asherson - University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

2007-10-01

CD44 Genetic Deletion Enhances and CD44 Antibody Targeting Attenuates Autoimmune Inflammation (32 mins) / Prof. David Naor - The Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, Israel

2007-10-01

The Common Origin for Diverse Autoimmune Diseases (23 mins) / Prof. Juan-Manuel Anaya - Corporation for Biological Research and the University of Rosario, Colombia

2007-10-01

Diagnostic Methods in Autoimmunity (34 mins) / Mr. Steven Binder - Bio-Rad Laboratories, USA

2007-10-01

Endothelium and Autoimmunity (47 mins) / Prof. Pier Luigi Meroni - University of Milan, Italy

2007-10-01

Genetic and Environmental Triggers of Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases (43 mins) / Prof. Yaron Tomer - University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Immunologic mechanisms in systemic lupus erythematosus (24 mins) / Prof. Kok-Yong Fong - Singapore General Hospital, Singapore

2010-07-22

Infection and Autoimmunity: A Two-Way Relationship (30 mins) / Dr. Ricard Cervera - Hospital Clinic and University of Barcelona, Spain

2007-10-01

Innate Immunity and Natural Autoantibodies (46 mins) / Prof. Luc Mouthon - Hopital Cochin, Universite Rene Descartes, France

2007-10-01

Intravenous Immunoglobulins: Myth and Reality (25 mins) / Prof. Zera Tellier - Laboratoire Francais du Fractionnement et des Biotechnologies, France

2007-10-01

Novel Aspects of Systemic Sclerosis (48 mins) / Prof. Gabriele Valentini - Second University of Naples, Italy

2007-10-01

Osteoimmunology (23 mins) / Prof. João Eurico Fonseca etc - University of Lisbon, Portugal

2010-07-21

Pathogenic Mechanisms of Autoantibodies (47 mins) / Prof. Cees Kallenberg - University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Pregnancy in Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases (47 mins) / Prof. Angela Tincani - Spedali Civili and University of Brescia, Italy

2007-10-01

Protective Autoantibodies (23 mins) / Prof. Elias Toubi - Bnai-Zion Medical Center, The Technion-Faculty of Medicine, Israel

2007-10-01

Pulmonary Hypertension in the Connective Tissue Disease Pathogenesis, Clinical Features and Therapeutic Options in 2006 (42 mins) / Prof. Ronald Asherson - University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

2007-10-01

Rheumatic Fever: A Model of a Post-Infectious Autoimmune Disease (39 mins) / Prof. Jorge Kalil - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

2007-10-01

The Role of Prolactin in the Pathogenesis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (28 mins) / Prof. Luis Jara - Hospital de Especialidades Centro Medico la Raza-Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

2007-10-01

Sjogren's Syndrome: Autoimmune Epithelitis (40 mins) / Prof. Haralampos Moutsopoulos - National University of Athens, Greece

2007-10-01

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Novel Aspects of Pathogenesis and Treatment (56 mins) / Dr. Chaim Putterman - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Use of Algorithms for High Quality Diagnostics and Handling of Patients with Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases (39 mins) / Dr. Allan Wiik - Statens Serum Institute, Denmark

2007-10-01

Vitamin D and autoimmunity (31 mins) / Dr. Howard Amital - Tel Aviv University, Israel

2010-02-15

What Causes Primary Biliary Cirrhosis? (25 mins) / Prof. M. Eric Gershwin - University of California at Davis, USA

2007-10-01

Bayesian Methods in Health Economics

Bayesian principles (43 mins) / Prof. Anthony O’Hagan - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-16

Formulating input uncertainty (50 mins) / Prof. Anthony O’Hagan - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-16

Prior distributions (42 mins) / Prof. Anthony O’Hagan - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-16

Probabilistic sensitivity analysis (56 mins) / Prof. Anthony O’Hagan - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-16

Uncertainty in health economic evaluation (44 mins) / Prof. Anthony O’Hagan - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-16

Biology and Significance of Plasmids (A multi-talk discussion of extrachromosomal elements in microorganisms)

Agrobacterium tumefaciens (43 mins) / Dr. Stephen Winans - Cornell University, USA

2008-01-28

Bacterial extrachromosomal elements: role in chemical detoxification and potential cancer therapy (85 mins) / Prof. Ananda Chakrabarty - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

2008-01-28

Dimer catastrophes and plasmid resolution (30 mins) / Dr. David Summers - Department of Genetics, Cambridge University, UK

2008-01-28

The diversity of bacterial conjugation and mobilization systems (41 mins) / Prof. Fernando de la Cruz - Universidad de Cantabria, Spain

2008-01-28

DNA processing in conjugative transfer (27 mins) / Dr. Joel Schildbach - Johns Hopkins University, USA

2008-01-28

Evolution of plasmids and their role in bacterial diversity and adaptability (35 mins) / Prof. Christopher Thomas - University of Birmingham, UK

2008-01-28

General properties and applications of plasmids (39 mins) / Prof. Don Clewell - University of Michigan, USA

2008-01-28

Insertion sequences and DNA transposition (37 mins) / Prof. William Reznikoff - Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, USA

2008-01-28

Introduction to plasmid biology (31 mins) / Prof. Don Clewell - University of Michigan, USA

2008-01-28

The pCF10-encoded pheromone response: cell-cell signaling, complexity and evolution (36 mins) / Prof. Gary Dunny - University of Minnesota, USA

2008-01-28

Plasmid rolling-circle (RC) replication (30 mins) / Prof. Saleem Khan - University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA

2008-01-28

Plasmid segregation and stability in bacteria (34 mins) / Prof. Barbara Funnell - University of Toronto, Canada

2008-01-28

Plasmid stabilization by cell killing (33 mins) / Prof. Keith Weaver - University of South Dakota, USA

2008-01-28

Plasmids, integrons and the spread of antibiotic resistance (48 mins) / Prof. Hatch Stokes - Macquarie University, Australia

2008-01-28

Plasmids: copy number control by antisense RNAs (47 mins) / Prof. Gerhart Wagner - Uppsala University, Sweden

2008-01-28

Replication of linear plasmids in bacteria (39 mins) / Prof. George Chaconas - University of Calgary, Canada

2008-01-28

Virulence plasmids (30 mins) / Prof. Julian Rood - Monash University, Australia

2008-01-28

The yeast plasmid: a highly persistent selfish DNA element (31 mins) / Prof. Makkuni Jayaram - University of Texas at Austin, USA

2008-01-28

Blood-Brain Barrier (Understanding the regulatory gatekeeper between brain and body)

Barrier mechanisms in the developing brain: mechanisms and misunderstandings (54 mins) / Prof. Norman Saunders - University of Melbourne, Australia

2009-11-19

The blood-brain barrier and brain tumors (53 mins) / Dr. Olaf van Tellingen - The Netherlands Cancer Institute, The Netherlands

2008-03-01

The blood-brain barrier and CNS drug development (44 mins) / Dr. Danica Stanimirovic - National Research Council of Canada, Canada

2008-03-01

Blood-brain barrier in health and disease (62 mins) / Prof. Thomas Davis - University of Arizona, USA

2008-03-01

The blood-brain barrier in multiple sclerosis lesion (18 mins) / Dr. Elga de Vries - VU Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2008-03-01

Blood-brain barrier ion transport (35 mins) / Prof. Martha O'Donnell - University of California at Davis, USA

2008-03-01

Brain-to-blood efflux transport of endogenous compounds and its analogue drug at the blood-brain barrier (43 mins) / Prof. Tetsuya Terasaki - Tohoku University, Japan

2008-03-01

Cellular composition of the blood-brain barrier (37 mins) / Prof. N. Joan Abbott - King's College London, UK

2008-03-01

CNS-drug design (46 mins) / Prof. Quentin Smith - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, USA

2008-03-01

Expression vs. function of ABC transporters at the blood-brain barrier (29 mins) / Prof. Jean-Michel Scherrmann - INSERM, Paris Descartes University, France

2008-03-01

Features of mammalian CNS barrier systems (48 mins) / Prof. Conrad Johanson - Brown University Medical School, USA

2008-03-01

Glucose transport across the blood-brain barrier (41 mins) / Prof. Luc Leybaert - Ghent University, Belgium

2008-03-01

In vitro models of the blood-brain barrier (43 mins) / Prof. Pierre-Olivier Couraud - Institut Cochin, Paris, France

2008-03-01

In vivo systems (42 mins) / Prof. Quentin Smith - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, USA

2008-03-01

Inflammation and immune cell entry to the central nervous system (71 mins) / Prof. Serge Rivest - Universite Laval, Canada

2008-03-01

Ingestive peptides (37 mins) / Prof. William Banks - Veterans Affairs Medical Center, St. Louis and Saint Louis University, USA

2008-03-01

Ischemic blood-brain barrier and Alzheimer's amyloid plaques development (24 mins) / Prof. Ryszard Pluta - Medical Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

2008-03-01

The leaky hypothalamus myth (28 mins) / Prof. Esteban Rodriguez etc - Austral University, Chile

2008-03-01

MRI approaches for neurovascular imaging (31 mins) / Dr. Rick Dijkhuizen - University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands

2009-11-17

Neurotrophins and the BBB (36 mins) / Prof. Weihong Pan - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA

2008-03-01

Stroke and the BBB (23 mins) / Prof. Marilyn Cipolla - University of Vermont, USA

2008-03-01

Vasoactive peptides and the blood-brain barrier (52 mins) / Prof. Maria Deli etc - Biological Research Center, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

2008-03-01

Calcium Signaling (Regulation, Mechanisms, Effectors, Role in Disease and Recent Advances)

Arachidonic Acid and Store-Independent Ca2+ Entry (46 mins) / Dr. Luca Munaron - University of Turin, Italy

2007-10-01

Ca2+ Alterations in Familial Alzheimer's Disease (FAD) (21 mins) / Dr. Paola Pizzo - University of Padova, Italy

2007-10-01

Ca2+ and the Regulation of Small GTPases (46 mins) / Prof. Peter Cullen - University of Bristol, UK

2007-10-01

Ca2+ Dynamics Between Mitochondria and the Endoplasmic Reticulum (34 mins) / Dr. Wolfgang Graier - Medical University of Graz, Austria

2007-10-01

Ca2+ Efflux and Ca2+ Signals (22 mins) / Dr. Anne Green - University of Warwick, UK

2007-10-01

cADPR and NAADP: messengers for calcium signalling (57 mins) / Prof. Antony Galione - University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Calcium and Transcription: Coupling (27 mins) / Dr. Karen Lounsbury - University of Vermont, USA

2007-10-01

The Calcium Saga: A Matter of Life and Death (60 mins) / Prof. Pierluigi Nicotera - MRC Toxicology Unit, University of Leicester, UK

2007-10-01

Calcium, Calmodulin and Calcineurin (31 mins) / Prof. Stephen Bolsover - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Calcium-Regulated Adenylyl Cyclases and Cyclic AMP Compartmentalization (41 mins) / Prof. Dermot Cooper - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Capacitative (Store-Operated) Calcium Entry (35 mins) / Dr. Jim Putney - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIH, DHHS, USA

2007-10-01

Coordinated Ca2+ Release from Intracellular Ca2+ Stores (50 mins) / Prof. Ole Petersen - University of Liverpool, UK

2007-10-01

Genetic Defects and Calcium (46 mins) / Prof. Tullio Pozzan - University of Padova, Italy

2007-10-01

The InsP3 Receptor Calcium Release Channel (53 mins) / Prof. J. Kevin Foskett - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Intracellular Ca2+ Signaling: Calcium Influx (37 mins) / Prof. Anant Parekh - Oxford University, UK

2007-10-01

Introduction to Cellular Calcium Signaling (62 mins) / Dr. Martin Bootman etc - The Babraham Institute, UK

2007-10-01

Mechanism-Based Therapies for Heart Failure and Cardiac Arrhythmias (47 mins) / Prof. Andrew Marks - Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, USA

2007-10-01

Modeling Ca2+ Signals (26 mins) / Dr. David Friel - Case Western Reserve University, USA

2007-10-01

Molecular Biology of Ryanodine Receptors (31 mins) / Dr. Christopher George etc - Cardiff University School of Medicine, UK

2007-10-01

The Molecular Biology of the Inositol Trisphosphate Receptor (47 mins) / Dr. Randen Patterson - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

2007-10-01

Molecular Identification of the CRAC Channel (60 mins) / Prof. Michael Cahalan - University of California, Irvine, USA

2007-10-01

Monitoring Ca2+ Concentration in Living Cells (20 mins) / Dr. Marisa Brini - University of Padova, Italy

2007-10-01

Neuronal Calcium Sensor Proteins: Calcium Sensors and Regulators of Diverse Cellular Functions (34 mins) / Prof. Bob Burgoyne - University of Liverpool, UK

2007-10-01

Nuclear Calcium Signaling (26 mins) / Dr. Oleg Gerasimenko etc - University of Liverpool, UK

2007-10-01

Organellar Calcium Pumps of the Golgi and ER: From Yeast to Human (31 mins) / Prof. Rajini Rao - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Pancreatitis and Calcium Signaling (38 mins) / Prof. Ole Petersen - University of Liverpool, UK

2007-10-01

The Plasma Membrane Calcium Pump: Biochemistry, Physiology and Molecular Pathology (45 mins) / Prof. Ernesto Carafoli - University of Padova, Italy

2007-10-01

Polycystins, Calcium Signaling and Pathogenesis of Polycystic Kidney Disease (43 mins) / Prof. Laura del Senno - University of Ferrara, Italy

2007-10-01

Regulation and Role of Mitochondrial Ca2+ Homeostasis (42 mins) / Prof. Rosario Rizzuto - University of Ferarra, Italy

2007-10-01

Regulation of Intracellular Calcium Signaling, Localized Signals and Oscillations (54 mins) / Prof. Barbara Ehrlich - Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

Ryanodine Receptors and Cardiac Function (43 mins) / Prof. David Eisner - University of Manchester, UK

2007-10-01

Sodium-Calcium Exchange (45 mins) / Prof. John Reeves - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA

2007-10-01

Spatial and Temporal Aspects of Cellular Calcium Signals: 'Elementary' Signals and Waves (58 mins) / Prof. Ian Parker - University of California, Irvine, USA

2007-10-01

Voltage-Dependent Calcium Channels (34 mins) / Prof. Annette Dolphin - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Cancer Pain Management (Advancing towards optimal symptom management)

Cancer pain and related symptoms: an overview (40 mins) / Prof. Judith Paice - Northwestern University, USA

2009-02-23

Cancer pain control: an evidence-based approach (74 mins) / Prof. Daniel Carr - Tufts University School of Medicine and Javelin Pharmaceuticals, USA

2009-02-23

Celiac plexus block (41 mins) / Prof. David Brown - The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-02-23

Chronic cancer pain: the price of success? (33 mins) / Prof. Allen Burton - The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-02-23

Insight and responsibility: ethics in pain medicine and palliative care (42 mins) / Prof. Rollin Gallagher - Philadelphia VA Medical Center and University of Pennsylvania, USA

2009-02-23

Optimal treatment of chronic pain (47 mins) / Prof. Gordon Irving - Swedish Pain and Headache Center and University of Washington, USA

2009-02-23

Pain and symptom control in palliative care: new ways to think about old drugs (45 mins) / Prof. Larry Driver - The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-03-22

The patient with pain: a palliative care approach (23 mins) / Dr. Janet Abrahm - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-02-23

The rational use of opioid analgesics for cancer pain - with a critique of the WHO 3-step ladder (58 mins) / Prof. Sam Ahmedzai - University of Sheffield, UK

2009-02-23

Spinal analgesia for cancer pain (17 mins) / Prof. Jon Raphael - Dudley Hospitals NHS Trust and Birmingham City University, UK

2009-02-23

Symptom control: using technology pragmatically (36 mins) / Dr. Steven Richeimer - University of Southern California, USA

2009-03-04

Update on the management of neuropathic pain in cancer patients (56 mins) / Dr. Ricardo A Cruciani - Beth Israel Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2009-02-23

Cancer Therapy (Latest thinking in efficacy and toxicity)

Bevacizumab: the first FDA-approved angiogenesis inhibitor in the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (54 mins) / Dr. Tracey Evans - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2009-01-06

Biomarkers in oncology: overview (27 mins) / Prof. Joe Duffy - St Vincent's University Hospital and University College Dublin, Ireland

2009-01-06

Changing paradigms in anticancer drug development: inhibiting angiogenesis in colorectal cancer (34 mins) / Prof. David Kerr - University of Oxford, UK

2009-01-06

Cytotoxic chemotherapy (60 mins) / Dr. Michael Sawyer - University of Alberta, Canada

2009-06-28

Early detection of lung cancer (36 mins) / Prof. Stephen Lam - University of British Columbia, Canada

2009-01-06

EGFR inhibitors in NSCLC and the role of biomarkers for selection of patients (36 mins) / Prof. Fred Hirsch - University of Colorado Cancer Center, USA

2009-01-06

Emerging trends in phase II trial design (42 mins) / Dr. Patricia Tang - Tom Baker Cancer Centre, Calgary, Canada

2009-06-16

Gene profiling in breast cancer (33 mins) / Dr. Enrique Espinosa - Hospital La Paz, Spain

2009-01-06

Genetic polymorphism of thiopurine methyltransferase and thiopurine therapy: from molecular genetics to clinical medicine (55 mins) / Dr. William Evans - St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA

2009-01-06

Germline pharmacogenomics as a tool to individualize therapy in breast cancer (43 mins) / Dr. David Flockhart - Indiana University School of Medicine, USA

2009-01-06

Pharmacogenomics (32 mins) / Dr. Sharon Marsh - Pharmacogenomics Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

2009-01-06

Phase I study design for non-cytotoxic agents (40 mins) / Dr. Wendy Parulekar - Queen’s University, Canada

2009-01-06

Phase III trials (32 mins) / Prof. Martin Edelman - University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center, USA

2009-01-06

Principles of cancer treatment: surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy (28 mins) / Dr. Theodore Yaeger - Wake Forest University, USA

2009-01-06

Small molecule inhibitors of receptor tyrosine kinases (35 mins) / Dr. Daniela Krause - Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

2009-06-16

Surrogate endpoints of efficacy (41 mins) / Dr. Maurie Markman - University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-01-06

Therapy in cancer 2008: quo vadis? (36 mins) / Dr. Jeffrey Clark - Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-01-06

UGT1A1 polymorphisms and irinotecan toxicity in colorectal cancer patients (31 mins) / Prof. Tae Won Kim - Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan, Korea

2009-01-06

Understanding cancer trends (25 mins) / Prof. Michael Thun - American Cancer Society, USA

2009-01-06

Cell Division Cycle (Controlling when and where cells divide and differentiate)

Bipolar spindle assembly (30 mins) / Dr. Eric Karsenti - EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany

2009-04-30

Cell cycle control by the ubiquitin system in mammals (35 mins) / Prof. Michele Pagano - New York University Cancer Institute and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA

2009-04-30

Cell cycle: a complex network of signals regulating cell proliferation (18 mins) / Prof. Antonio Giordano - Temple University, USA

2009-04-30

Centrosome duplication and separation in animal cells (33 mins) / Prof. Andrew Fry - University of Leicester, UK

2009-04-30

Chromosome biorientation in yeast (54 mins) / Prof. Mike Stark - University of Dundee, UK

2009-05-06

Cleavage furrow formation and ingression during animal cytokinesis (39 mins) / Dr. Pier Paolo D'Avino - University of Cambridge, UK

2009-04-30

The DNA damage response (34 mins) / Dr. Vincenzo Costanzo - Cancer Research UK, UK

2009-04-30

Drug discovery and target validation in the p53 pathway (40 mins) / Prof. Sir David Lane - University of Dundee, UK and Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore

2009-06-28

The G2/M transition (43 mins) / Prof. Dr. René Medema - University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands

2009-04-30

Geometric regulation of kinetochore orientation (24 mins) / Prof. Yoshinori Watanabe - Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, University of Tokyo, Japan

2009-04-30

Initiation of DNA replication (51 mins) / Prof. Bruce Stillman - Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory, USA

2009-05-05

The kinetochore as a target for the development of mitosis specific anti-cancer drugs (48 mins) / Dr. Tim Yen - Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, USA

2009-05-03

Mitotic chromosome condensation (50 mins) / Prof. Andrew Belmont - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

2009-09-03

Mouse models to investigate cell cycle and cancer (62 mins) / Dr. Philipp Kaldis - Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, Singapore

2009-04-30

Nucleosome assembly during DNA replication (35 mins) / Dr. Alain Verreault - University of Montreal, Canada

2009-04-30

The pRB/E2F pathway (33 mins) / Prof. Jacqueline Lees - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

2009-04-30

Recombination and the formation of chiasmata in meiosis (58 mins) / Prof. Matthew Whitby - University of Oxford, UK

2009-04-30

Regulation of mammalian cell division by the chromosomal passenger complex (43 mins) / Dr. Susanne Lens - University Medical Centre Utrecht, The Netherlands

2009-04-30

Regulation of replication fork progression and stability (48 mins) / Dr. Luis Aragón - Medical Research Council, Imperial College London, UK

2009-06-29

Replication licensing (47 mins) / Prof. Julian Blow - Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, University of Dundee, UK

2009-04-30

Role and regulation of Cdk inhibitors in development and cancer (30 mins) / Prof. Martine Roussel - St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA

2009-04-30

Sister chromatid cohesion: simple concept, complex reality (27 mins) / Prof. Douglas Koshland - Carnegie Institute of Sciences and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA

2009-04-30

The spindle checkpoint (54 mins) / Dr. Kevin Hardwick - University of Edinburgh, UK

2009-04-30

Spindle movement and checkpoint control during mitosis in yeast (27 mins) / Prof. John Cooper - Washington University Medical School in St. Louis, USA

2009-04-30

START control in yeast (37 mins) / Prof. Curt Wittenberg - The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2009-04-30

Cerebrovascular Disease (Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention - a prioritized approach)

Basic anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the cerebral circulation for the physician (32 mins) / Prof. Jean-Claude Baron - Cambridge University Hospitals, UK

2008-10-27

Carotid endarterectomy, angioplasty and stenting (54 mins) / Prof. Martin Brown - UCL Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK

2008-10-27

Cerebrovascular disease: realities and trends (41 mins) / Prof. Vladimir Hachinski - University of Western Ontario, Canada

2008-10-27

The clinical diagnosis of stroke and stroke subtypes (42 mins) / Prof. Louis Caplan - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard University, USA

2008-10-27

Controversies in stroke (35 mins) / Prof. Stephen Davies etc - University of Melbourne, Australia

2008-10-27

The deteriorating stroke (36 mins) / Prof. Werner Hacke - University of Heidelberg, Germany

2008-10-27

General management (27 mins) / Prof. Bo Norrving - Lund University Hospital, Sweden

2008-10-27

The investigation of stroke (30 mins) / Dr. Bart Demaerschalk - Mayo Clinic Arizona, USA

2008-10-27

Medical and surgical stroke (35 mins) / Prof. Carlos Kase - Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center, USA

2008-10-27

Medical therapy for secondary prevention of ischemic stroke (30 mins) / Prof. Larry Goldstein - Duke University, USA

2008-10-27

Pathophysiology of cerebral ischemia (43 mins) / Prof. Wolf-Dieter Heiss - Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Germany

2008-10-27

Pediatric stroke (32 mins) / Dr. Gabrielle deVeber - Hospital for Sick Children, Canada

2008-10-27

Prevention: management of risk and protective factors (61 mins) / Prof. Graeme Hankey - Royal Perth Hospital and University of Western Australia, Australia

2008-10-27

Rehabilitation: the chronic phase (42 mins) / Prof. Lalit Kalra - King’s College London School of Medicine, UK

2008-10-27

Stroke in the young adult (41 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Saver - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2008-10-27

Stroke in women: epidemiology, risk and prevention (41 mins) / Dr. Cheryl Bushnell - Wake Forest University Health Sciences, USA

2008-10-27

Stroke rehabilitation (42 mins) / Prof. Robert Teasell - University of Western Ontario, Canada

2008-10-27

Subarachnoid haemorrhage (34 mins) / Prof. Jan van Gijn - Utrecht Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2008-10-27

The treatment of stroke: specific management - thromboylsis plus (35 mins) / Prof. Nils Wahlgren - Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden

2008-10-27

The urgency of stroke prevention after TIA (35 mins) / Prof. S. Claiborne Johnston - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2008-10-27

Vascular cognitive impairment (55 mins) / Dr. John Bowler - Royal Free Hospital, London, UK

2008-10-27

Chemical Biology (The role of Chemistry in our fundamental understanding of Biology)

Biomimetic Catalysis (56 mins) / Prof. Ronald Breslow - Columbia University, USA

2008-08-14

Bioorganic studies of vision (50 mins) / Prof. Koji Nakanishi - Columbia University, USA

2008-08-14

Chemical protein synthesis: total synthesis of proteins for biological research (51 mins) / Prof. Stephen Kent - University of Chicago, USA

2008-08-14

Chemical synthesis of peptides and peptide libraries (41 mins) / Prof. Victor Hruby - University of Arizona, USA

2008-08-14

Covalently constrained alpha-helices (30 mins) / Dr. Paramjit Arora - New York University, USA

2008-08-14

Drug-DNA interactions of the mitomycins (48 mins) / Prof. Maria Tomasz - Hunter College, City University of New York, USA

2008-08-14

The importance of nucleotide size in the chemistry and biology of DNA (41 mins) / Prof. Eric Kool - Stanford University, USA

2008-08-14

Mapping small molecule binding sites with phage display technology (39 mins) / Dr. Lee Makowski - Argonne National Laboratory, USA

2008-08-14

Perspectives in biological catalysis (66 mins) / Prof. Stephen Benkovic - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

2008-08-14

Phosphoserine/threonine binding domains: molecular integrators of protein kinase signaling in cell cycle control and cancer (86 mins) / Dr. Michael Yaffe - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

2008-08-14

Polydactyl zinc finger proteins: software and hardware for genomes (59 mins) / Prof. Carlos Barbas - Scripps Research Institute, USA

2008-08-14

Probing protein-protein interactions with peptide libraries and arrays (35 mins) / Dr. Zhou Songyang - Baylor College of Medicine, USA

2008-08-14

Quantitative proteomics (46 mins) / Prof. Ruedi Aebersold - ETH Zurich and University of Zurich, Switzerland

2008-08-14

SICLOPPS: genetic system for production of backbone cyclized peptides (34 mins) / Dr. Sergey Savinov - Purdue University, USA

2008-08-14

Site-specifically modified ribosomal RNAs (27 mins) / Prof. Christine Chow - Wayne State University, USA

2008-08-14

Solid-phase peptide synthesis (57 mins) / Prof. Stephen Kent - University of Chicago, USA

2008-08-14

Tagged library for chemical genetics (32 mins) / Dr. Young-Tae Chang - National University of Singapore, Singapore

2008-08-14

Visualizing and manipulating phosphoinositide and phospholipid signaling (55 mins) / Prof. Glenn Prestwich - University of Utah, USA

2008-08-14

Chloroplast (The Organelle that Sustains Us)

Amino Acid Synthesis in Chloroplasts (31 mins) / Prof. Peter Lea etc - Lancaster University, UK

2007-10-01

Assembly of the Photosynthesis Apparatus (45 mins) / Prof. J. Kenneth Hoober - Arizona State University, USA

2007-10-01

Carotenoid Functions and Other Isoprenoids in Plants (34 mins) / Prof. Elisabeth Gantt - University of Maryland, USA

2007-10-01

Chloroplast Genetic Engineering (67 mins) / Prof. Henry Daniell - University of Central Florida, USA

2007-10-01

The Chloroplast Genome and Chloroplast Gene Expression (36 mins) / Prof. Christopher Howe - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Chloroplast Lipid Biosynthesis (30 mins) / Prof. Christoph Benning - Michigan State University, USA

2007-10-01

The Chloroplast Proteome (43 mins) / Dr. Julian Whitelegge - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

Origin and Molecular Evolution of the Plastid (43 mins) / Prof. Debashish Bhattacharya - University of Iowa, USA

2007-10-01

Photosynthesis: Carbon Assimilation (27 mins) / Prof. Richard Leegood - University of Sheffield, UK

2007-10-01

Photosynthesis: Energy Capture (40 mins) / Prof. Robert Blankenship - Washington University in St. Louis, USA

2007-10-01

Pigments: Chlorophyll and its Synthesis (42 mins) / Prof. Wolfhart Rudiger - University of Munich, Germany

2007-10-01

Plastid Senescence (26 mins) / Prof. Howard Thomas - The Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, UK

2007-10-01

Plastid Structure: Development and Differentiation (51 mins) / Dr. Kevin Pyke - University of Nottingham, UK

2007-10-01

Protein Import into Chloroplasts (35 mins) / Dr. Ute Vothknecht - Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany

2007-10-01

Protein Synthesis in Plastids (41 mins) / Dr. William Zerges - Concordia University, Canada

2007-10-01

Regulation of Chloroplast Gene Expression: Light Activated Translation (41 mins) / Prof. Stephen Mayfield - The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2007-10-01

Regulation of Photosynthetic Carbon Metabolism (21 mins) / Prof. Louise Anderson - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Responses of Chloroplasts to Stress Conditions (53 mins) / Dr. Ron Mittler - University of Nevada, USA

2007-10-01

Cognitive Neuroscience

Attention (44 mins) / Dr. Ronald Rensink - University of British Columbia, Canada

2010-05-31

The cognitive neuroscience of reading and dyslexia (43 mins) / Dr. Anna Woollams - University of Manchester, UK

2010-05-18

The fundamentals of brain development: integrating nature and nurture (40 mins) / Prof. Joan Stiles - University of California, San Diego, USA

2010-09-15

Language production and comprehension (34 mins) / Prof. Gary Dell - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

2010-05-18

Memory and its neural basis (45 mins) / Prof. James McClelland - Stanford University, USA

2010-05-18

The neurobiology of consciousness (62 mins) / Prof. Christof Koch - California Institute of Technology, USA

2010-09-29

Neurodevelopmental disorders (40 mins) / Prof. Dorothy V. M. Bishop - University of Oxford, UK

2010-05-18

Ready, set, action: cortical control of movement (50 mins) / Prof. Richard Ivry - University of California, Berkeley, USA

2010-05-18

Semantic cognition: a cognitive neuroscience approach (45 mins) / Prof. Matthew Lambon-Ralph - University of Manchester, UK

2010-05-18

The social brain and its development (38 mins) / Prof. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore - University College London, UK

2010-05-18

Visual perception and spatial awareness (61 mins) / Prof. Marlene Behrmann - Carnegie Mellon University, USA

2010-09-29

Copy Number Variation

Array comparative genomic hybridization to characterize copy number variation in the human genome (17 mins) / Dr. Nigel Carter - The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UK

2009-08-30

The case for offering all women amniocentesis and chromosomal microarray analysis (35 mins) / Prof. Arthur Beaudet - Baylor College of Medicine, USA

2009-08-30

CNVs and clinical diagnosis (44 mins) / Dr. Brynn Levy - Columbia University Medical Center, USA

2009-08-31

CNVs in human genomes (32 mins) / Prof. Chris Ponting - University of Oxford, UK

2009-08-30

Copy number variation (37 mins) / Prof. Stephen W Scherer - Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto, Canada

2009-08-30

Copy number variation in association studies of human disease (41 mins) / Dr. Steven McCarroll - Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-08-30

Copy number variation in mental retardation (45 mins) / Dr. Joris Veltman - Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2009-08-30

Copy number variation in neuropsychiatric disorders (40 mins) / Dr. Christian Marshall - Hospital for Sick Children, Canada

2009-08-30

Databases for CNV in control and disease populations (47 mins) / Dr. Lars Feuk - Uppsala University, Sweden

2009-08-30

Ethical considerations in dealing with CNV information (21 mins) / Dr. Holly Tabor - Seattle Children's Hospital and University of Washington, USA

2010-02-25

The future of CNVs: sequence based resolution and links to human disease (57 mins) / Prof. Evan Eichler - University of Washington, USA

2009-08-30

Gene copy number variation in human and primate evolution (32 mins) / Prof. James Sikela - University of Colorado, Denver, USA

2010-06-10

Genome structure and expression (36 mins) / Prof. Alexandre Reymond - Centre for Integrative Genomics, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

2009-11-19

Genomic disorders: mechanisms for copy number variation and clinical implementation of high-resolution genome analysis (64 mins) / Prof. James Lupski - Baylor College of Medicine, USA

2009-08-30

Indels, CNVS and the spectrum of human genome variation (40 mins) / Prof. Samuel Levy - J. Craig Venter Institute, USA

2009-08-30

Mendelian CNV mutations (33 mins) / Prof. Joris Vermeesch - Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

2009-08-30

Population genetics of structural variation (26 mins) / Dr. Don Conrad - Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK

2009-08-30

Quantitative CNV testing in molecular diagnostics (39 mins) / Prof. Martin Somerville - University of Alberta, Canada

2009-08-30

Structural variants and susceptibility to common human disorders (34 mins) / Prof. Xavier Estivill - Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain

2009-08-30

Williams-Beuren syndrome locus: a model of CNV affecting gene dosage and phenotypes (31 mins) / Dr. Lucy Osborne - University of Toronto, Canada

2009-08-30

Design and Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials (Design, Analysis & Theory)

Allocation Concealment, Prediction and Selection Bias (32 mins) / Prof. David Torgerson - York Trials Unit, University of York, UK

2007-10-01

Biomarkers and Surrogate Endpoints in Randomized Clinical Trials (35 mins) / Prof. Marc Buyse - IDDI (International Drug Development Institute) & University of Hasselt, Belgium

2007-10-01

Design and Conduct of Equivalence Trials (45 mins) / Dr. Valerie Durkalski - Medical University of South Carolina, USA

2007-10-01

Dose-Finding Trials in Oncology (19 mins) / Dr. Anastasia Ivanova - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

2007-10-01

Handling Multiplicity due to Multiple Primary or Composite Endpoints in Clinical Trials (59 mins) / Dr. Abdul Sankoh - Sanofi-Aventis, USA

2007-10-01

Handling of Missing Data in Clinical Trials (26 mins) / Dr. Linda Yau - GlaxoSmithKline, USA

2007-10-01

Historical and Ethical Issues in Trial Design (40 mins) / Dr. J. Rosser Matthews - Georgetown University, USA

2007-10-01

Introduction to Flexible, Adaptive Trial Design (26 mins) / Dr. Cyrus Mehta - Cytel Inc., USA

2007-10-01

Likelihood Ratios and the Strength of Statistical Evidence (52 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Blume - Brown University, USA

2007-10-01

Multiple Analyses in Clinical Trials (32 mins) / Prof. Lemuel Moye - University of Texas School of Public Health, USA

2007-10-01

N-of-1 Randomized Clinical Trials (24 mins) / Prof. Patrick Onghena - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

2007-10-01

Nonparametric Covariate Adjustment (37 mins) / Prof. Michael Akritas - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

2007-10-01

A Note on the Application of Post-Randomization Adjustment (35 mins) / Dr. Xun Chen - Sanofi-Aventis, USA

2007-10-01

Novel Methods for Randomizing (35 mins) / Dr. William Grant - James Madison University, USA

2007-10-01

Permutation Tests (20 mins) / Dr. YanYan Zhou - Florida International University, USA

2007-10-01

Pseudo Cluster Randomization (41 mins) / Dr. George Borm - Radboud University Medical Centre Nijmegen, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Randomization in Clinical Trials (30 mins) / Prof. William Rosenberger - George Mason University, USA

2007-10-01

Randomization, Blinding and Drug Supply in Interactive Voice Response Trials (45 mins) / Mr. Damian McEntegart - ClinPhone Group PLC, UK

2007-10-01

DNA Methylation

DNA methylation and stem cells (32 mins) / Dr. Alexander Meissner - Harvard University, USA

2010-07-06

DNA methylation as a tumor marker: implications for diagnosis, early detection and risk assessment (41 mins) / Prof. Steve Belinsky - Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute, USA

2010-07-01

DNA methylation changes in aging cells and tissues (54 mins) / Prof. Jean-Pierre Issa - MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2011-02-02

DNA methylation during development (38 mins) / Prof. Howard Cedar - Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, Israel

2010-07-01

DNA methylation in cancer (61 mins) / Prof. Paula Vertino - Emory University, USA

2011-03-03

DNA methylation patterns in mammals (54 mins) / Prof. John Greally - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2011-03-03

DNA methylation, inflammation and cancer (41 mins) / Prof. Gerd Pfeifer - Beckman Research Institute, City of Hope Cancer Center, USA

2010-07-01

Epigenomics of complex disease (29 mins) / Prof. Art Petronis - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, University of Toronto, Canada

2010-07-01

Genomic Imprinting (25 mins) / Prof. Marisa Bartolomei - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2011-03-03

Proteins that Bind Methylated DNA (31 mins) / Dr. Pierre-Antoine Defossez - CNRS, Paris, France

2011-03-03

Reversing DNA methylation pharmacologically (46 mins) / Dr. Allen Yang - Amgen Inc. USA

2010-07-01

Drug Metabolizing Enzymes (Fundamentals, Study Methods, Recent Advances and Clinical Significance)

Amino acid conjugation: contribution to the metabolism and toxicity of xenobiotic carboxylic acids (21 mins) / Dr. Kathleen Knights - Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Flinders University, Australia

2007-10-01

Arylamine N-acetyltransferases (55 mins) / Prof. Edith Sim - Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Catalytic cycle of cytochrome P450s (28 mins) / Prof. Gordon Roberts - Biological NMR Centre, Department of Biochemistry, University of Leicester, UK

2007-10-01

Clinical importance of pharmacogenetic polymorphisms affecting drug metabolism: internal medicine (41 mins) / Prof. Julia Kirchheiner - University of Ulm, Germany

2007-10-01

Clinical importance of pharmacogenetic polymorphisms affecting drug metabolism: psychopharmacology and pain (45 mins) / Prof. Julia Kirchheiner - University of Ulm, Germany

2007-10-01

Clinical significance of enzyme induction and inhibition (28 mins) / Prof. Kim Brosen - Institute of Public Health, Clinical Pharmacology, University of Southern Denmark

2007-10-01

Crystal structures of drug-metabolizing P450 monooxygenases (46 mins) / Prof. Eric Johnson - Dept. of Molecular and Experimental Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2007-10-01

CYP2 family (47 mins) / Prof. Ann Daly - Pharmacogenetics Group, University of Newcastle Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Cytochrome P450 1 Family: the roles of 1A1, 1A2 and 1B1 in drug metabolism (57 mins) / Prof. F. Peter Guengerich - Dept. of Biochemistry, Center in Molecular Toxicology, Vanderbilt Univ., USA

2007-10-01

Drug metabolism and liver disease (40 mins) / Prof. Robert Branch - Center for Clinical Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh, USA

2007-10-01

Editor's Foreword (3 mins) / Prof. Ann Daly - Pharmacogenetics Group, University of Newcastle Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Effect of physiological factors and disease on drug metabolism (50 mins) / Prof. Edward Morgan - Department of Pharmacology, Emory University, USA

2007-10-01

General factors affecting drug metabolism: the role of nuclear receptor superfamily members in induction (38 mins) / Dr. Patrick Maurel - INSERM, France

2007-10-01

Genetic Variability in Paraoxonase 1 (PON1), an HDL associated Esterase: Impact on Risk and Pharmacokinetics (51 mins) / Res. Prof. Clement Furlong - Div. of Medical Genetics and Genome Sciences, Univ. of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Glucuronidation and the UDP - glucuronosyltransferases (54 mins) / Prof. Peter Mackenzie etc - Flinders University, Australia

2007-10-01

Glutathione transferases (31 mins) / Prof. Ralf Morgenstern - Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

2007-10-01

Introduction to drug metabolism enzymes (47 mins) / Dr. Dennis Smith - Pfizer, UK

2007-10-01

Laboratory methods for the in vitro study of drug metabolism (50 mins) / Dr. Charles Crespi - BD Biosciences Discovery Labware, USA

2007-10-01

Mammalian flavin-containing monooxygenases (34 mins) / Prof. Allan Rettie - University of Washington, Seattle, USA

2010-07-08

Methyltransferases (56 mins) / Prof. Richard Weinshilboum - Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Non-P450 oxidative metabolism: characteristics and drug substrates (47 mins) / Dr. Christine Beedham - Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Bradford, UK

2007-10-01

Pharmacogenetics of the P450s (47 mins) / Prof. Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg - Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

2007-10-01

Prediction of pathways of drug metabolism (50 mins) / Dr. Maurice Dickins - Pfizer, UK

2007-10-01

Sulfation and human cytosolic sulfotransferases (49 mins) / Prof. Charles Falany - Department of Pharmacology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

2007-10-01

Why Study the Cytochrome P4503A (CYP3A) Family? (52 mins) / Dr. Erin Schuetz - Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, St Jude Children's Hospital, USA

2007-10-01

Endoplasmic Reticulum (Fundamentals and Role in Disease)

The Endoplasmic Reticulum as a Calcium Gateway in Programmed Cell Death (42 mins) / Prof. Nicolas Demaurex - University of Geneva, Switzerland

2007-10-01

The Endoplasmic Reticulum as a Most Efficient Antibody Factory (47 mins) / Prof. Roberto Sitia - Universita Vita-Salute Raffaele, Milano, Italy

2007-10-01

The Endoplasmic Reticulum in Plants (42 mins) / Dr. Jurgen Denecke - University of Leeds, UK

2007-10-01

Endoplasmic Reticulum, Protein Synthesis and Translocation Machinery (41 mins) / Dr. Christopher Nicchitta - Duke University Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

The Endoplasmic Reticulum: Protein Folding and Control of Calcium Homeostasis (32 mins) / Prof. Marek Michalak - University of Alberta, Canada

2007-10-01

The Endoplasmic Reticulum: The Unfolded Protein Response (60 mins) / Prof. Randal Kaufman - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Glycoprotein Maturation and Quality Control in the Endoplasmic Reticulum (50 mins) / Prof. Daniel Hebert - University of Massachusetts-Amherst, USA

2007-10-01

The InsP3 Receptor Calcium Release Channel (53 mins) / Prof. J. Kevin Foskett - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Lipid Metabolism and the Endoplasmic Reticulum (20 mins) / Prof. Luis Agellon - McGill University, Canada

2007-10-01

Membrane Transport from the Endoplasmic Reticulum (44 mins) / Dr. Benjamin Glick - University of Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Calcium Store in the Endoplasmic Reticulum of Neurones (45 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2007-10-01

Regulation and Role of Mitochondrial Ca2+ Homeostasis (42 mins) / Prof. Rosario Rizzuto - University of Ferarra, Italy

2007-10-01

Epigenetics (Concepts, Theories, Paradigms and Mechanisms)

The 3D Organization of the Nucleus and Inheritance of Epigenetic States (55 mins) / Prof. Susan Gasser - Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Cytoplasmic Epigenetics: Inheritance by Cytoplasmic Continuity (43 mins) / Prof. Philippe Silar etc - University of Paris, France

2007-10-01

Cytoplasmic Epigenetics: Proteins Acting as Genes (36 mins) / Dr. Reed Wickner - National Institutes of Health, USA

2007-10-01

DNA Methylation (43 mins) / Prof. Adrian Bird - Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh, UK

2007-10-01

DNA Methylation and Genome Defense in Neurospora crassa (45 mins) / Prof. Eric Selker - Institute of Molecular Biology, University of Oregon, USA

2007-10-01

Epigenetic Control by Histone Methylation (68 mins) / Prof. Thomas Jenuwein - Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), Austria

2007-10-01

Epigenetic Regulation of Phenotype (41 mins) / Prof. Emma Whitelaw - Queensland Institute of Medical Research, Australia

2007-10-01

Epigenetically Mediated Gene Silencing: a Companion to Genetic Alterations in Driving Tumorigenesis (68 mins) / Prof. Stephen Baylin - Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, USA

2007-10-01

Epigenetics: A Historical Overview (24 mins) / Dr. Robin Holliday - National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, London, UK

2007-10-01

Evolution of Mammal Epigenetic Control Systems (41 mins) / Prof. Jenny Graves - Research School of Biological Sciences, The Australian National University, Australia

2007-10-01

Genomic Imprinting and its Regulation (59 mins) / Dr. Anne Ferguson-Smith - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Genomic Imprinting: History and Embryology (29 mins) / Prof. Davor Solter - Max-Planck Institute of Immunobiology, Germany

2007-10-01

Germ Cells (39 mins) / Prof. Azim Surani - Wellcome Trust Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Histone Dynamics, Heritability and Variants (36 mins) / Dr. Genevieve Almouzni - Curie Institute/CNRS, France

2007-10-01

Histone Modifications and Prospects for an Epigenetic Code (43 mins) / Prof. Bryan Turner - University of Birmingham Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

A Historical Perspective on Ideas on X-Chromosome Inactivation (34 mins) / Dr. Mary Lyon - Mammalian Genetics Unit, Medical Research Council, UK

2007-10-01

Nuclear Cloning, Stem Cells and Epigenetic Reprogramming (51 mins) / Prof. Rudolf Jaenisch - Whitehead Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

2007-10-01

Nuclear Organization and Gene Expression (40 mins) / Prof. David Spector - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

2007-10-01

Polycomb Epigenetic Mechanisms (35 mins) / Prof. Vincenzo Pirrotta - Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Rutgers University, USA

2007-10-01

RNAi and Heterochromatin in Plants and Fission Yeast (41 mins) / Prof. Robert Martienssen - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

2007-10-01

Stem Cell Memory (42 mins) / Prof. James Sherley - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

2007-10-01

X chromosome inactivation in human cells (48 mins) / Prof. Barbara Migeon - The Johns Hopkins University, USA

2010-03-31

Epilepsy and Seizures

Alternative therapies (21 mins) / Prof. Steven C. Schachter - Harvard Medical School, USA

2011-05-03

An introduction to epilepsy (34 mins) / Prof. Steven C. Schachter - Harvard Medical School, USA

2011-05-03

Classification system of seizures and epilepsy (29 mins) / Dr. Joseph Sirven - Mayo Clinic, USA

2011-05-03

Diagnosis and treatment for psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (45 mins) / Dr. W. Curt LaFrance, Jr. - Brown Medical School, USA

2011-06-01

Epilepsy in children (48 mins) / Dr. Gregory L. Holmes - Dartmouth Medical School, USA

2011-05-04

Epilepsy stigma and quality of life (37 mins) / Prof. Ann Jacoby - University of Liverpool, UK

2011-05-03

Epileptogenesis (68 mins) / Dr. Susan T. Herman - Harvard Medical School, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, USA

2011-05-03

Genetic influences on human epilepsy (57 mins) / Dr. Russell J. Buono - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, USA

2011-06-09

The global burden of epilepsy (32 mins) / Prof. Ley Sander - University College London, UK

2011-05-03

Pharmacological treatment (39 mins) / Prof. Dieter Schmidt - Epilepsy Research Group Berlin, Germany

2011-05-03

Status epilepticus (41 mins) / Prof. Daniel Lowenstein - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2011-05-03

Therapeutic devices for epilepsy (30 mins) / Dr. Robert Fisher - Stanford University, USA

2011-05-03

Eukaryotic Gene Regulation (From Chromatin to Transcription to mRNA Processing)

The Beta-Globin Locus (36 mins) / Dr. Ann Dean - National Institutes of Health, USA

2007-10-01

Coupling Transcription, RNA Processing and RNA Export (37 mins) / Prof. Grant Hartzog - University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

2007-10-01

DNA Methylation (54 mins) / Prof. Steve Jacobsen - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

Dynamic chromatin: ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling machines (56 mins) / Prof. Bradley Cairns - University of Utah School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

The E2F Family and Transcriptional Control of the Mammalian Cell Cycle (65 mins) / Prof. Brian Dynlacht - New York University School of Medicine and NYU Cancer Institute, USA

2007-10-01

Epigenetic Information in Gene Expression and Cancer (34 mins) / Prof. Siavash Kurdistani - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

Eukaryotic Gene Regulation: From Chromatin to Transcription to mRNA Processing (41 mins) / Prof. Michael Carey etc - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

Gene Silencing by Polycomb Complexes (27 mins) / Prof. Yi Zhang - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

2007-10-01

Genome-Wide Analyses of Protein-DNA Interactions (36 mins) / Prof. Peggy Farnham - University of California in Davis, USA

2007-10-01

Histone Dynamics, Heritability and Variants (36 mins) / Dr. Genevieve Almouzni - Curie Institute/CNRS, France

2007-10-01

Histone Modification and Transcriptional Repression (48 mins) / Dr. Yang Shi - Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Introduction to Chromatin Structure (41 mins) / Prof. Karolin Luger - Colorado State University, USA

2007-10-01

The Mechanisms and Control of mRNA Turnover in Eukaryotic Cells (41 mins) / Prof. Roy Parker - University of Arizona, USA

2007-10-01

The Regulation of Pre-Messenger RNA Splicing (31 mins) / Prof. Douglas Black - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

The RNA Polymerase II General Transcription Machinery (41 mins) / Prof. Michael Hampsey - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA

2007-10-01

Transcription Elongation Control by RNA Polymerase II (46 mins) / Prof. Ali Shilatifard - Saint Louis University School of Medicine , USA

2007-10-01

The Transcription Factor NF-Kappa B: an Evolutionarily Conserved Mediator of Immune and Inflammatory Responses (65 mins) / Prof. Sankar Ghosh - Yale University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Transcriptional Activation (33 mins) / Prof. Arnold Berk - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2007-10-01

Visualization of Transcription Factor Interactions in Living Cells (47 mins) / Prof. Tom Kerppola - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Evolution and Medicine (How New Applications Advance Research and Practice)

Aging and Evolutionary Medicine (51 mins) / Prof. Linda Partridge - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Antibiotic Resistance and Hospital-Acquired Infection (43 mins) / Dr. Carl Bergstrom - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Audience Questions about Evolution and Medicine (57 mins) / Prof. Randolph Nesse - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Bacteria and Virus Evolution: A Model for the Study of Natural Selection (44 mins) / Dr. Paul Turner - Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

A Darwinian Eye View of Cancer (54 mins) / Prof. Mel Greaves - Institute of Cancer Research, UK

2007-10-01

Developmental Plasticity, Evolution and the Origins of Disease (31 mins) / Dr. Mary Jane West-Eberhard - Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Costa Rica

2007-10-01

Diseases of Civilization: An Evolutionary Legacy (31 mins) / Prof. Alan Weder - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Early Nutrition, Development and Health: Evolutionary Perspectives on the Metabolic Syndrome (49 mins) / Dr. Christopher Kuzawa - Northwestern University, USA

2007-10-01

Ecogenetics, Evolutionary Biology and Human Disease (46 mins) / Prof. Gilbert Omenn - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

The Endocrinology of Human Life History Transitions (46 mins) / Prof. Peter Ellison - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Environmental Effects on Human Reproduction (47 mins) / Prof. Gillian Bentley - University of Durham, UK

2007-10-01

Evolution and Medicine: From the Perspective of an Evolutionary Biologist (38 mins) / Prof. Stephen Stearns - Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

Evolution of Virulence: Malaria, a Case Study (34 mins) / Prof. Andrew Read - Edinburgh University, UK

2007-10-01

Evolution: Medicine's Missing Basic Science (59 mins) / Prof. Randolph Nesse - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Arms Races (39 mins) / Prof. Mark Pagel - University of Reading, UK

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Behavioural Genetics and Mental Disorders (48 mins) / Dr. Matthew Keller - University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Biology of Depression (16 mins) / Prof. Lewis Wolpert - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Considerations and the Endothelium (32 mins) / Dr. William Aird - Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

The Evolutionary Ecology of Immunity (45 mins) / Prof. Paul Schmid-Hempel - ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Genetic Epidemiology (52 mins) / Prof. Nicholas Schork - Scripps Genomic Institute of Medicine of La Jolla, USA

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Genetics: The Detection of Natural Selection Using Molecular Data (65 mins) / Dr. Mark Thomas - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Evolutionary Obstetrics (44 mins) / Prof. Wenda Trevathan - New Mexico State University, USA

2007-10-01

Fever and Related Defenses (36 mins) / Prof. Matthew Kluger - George Mason University, USA

2007-10-01

Genetic Conflicts in Human Pregnancy (43 mins) / Prof. David Haig - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Genetic Variation and Human Disease (47 mins) / Dr. David Houle - Florida State University, USA

2007-10-01

Hard Tissue Biology in Human Health and Evolution (50 mins) / Prof. Timothy Bromage - New York University, USA

2007-10-01

Health Disparities in Common Complex Diseases: A Role for Genetics? (46 mins) / Dr. Kathleen Barnes - Johns Hopkins University, USA

2007-10-01

Human aging and menopause (46 mins) / Prof. Kristen Hawkes - University of Utah, USA

2011-03-29

The Hygiene Hypothesis (42 mins) / Prof. Graham Rook - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Infection and Chronic Disease (38 mins) / Prof. Paul Ewald - University of Louisville, USA

2007-10-01

Lung Biology and Lung Disease (53 mins) / Prof. John Torday - Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

Mapping Motivations: Evolutionary Health Promotion (26 mins) / Dr. Valerie Curtis etc - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK

2007-10-01

Mental Disorders in the Light of Evolutionary Biology (65 mins) / Prof. Randolph Nesse - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

The Original Human Diet: What was it and should it be a Model for Contemporary Nutrition? (45 mins) / Prof. S. Boyd Eaton - Emory University, USA

2007-10-01

The Paleolithic Lifestyle and Prevention of Chronic Disease (42 mins) / Prof. S. Boyd Eaton - Emory University, USA

2007-10-01

Race in Genetics and Medicine (24 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Long - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Sex Differences in Mortality (41 mins) / Dr. Daniel Kruger - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

Viruses and Cancer (56 mins) / Prof. Robin Weiss - University College London, UK

2007-10-01

What did humans evolve to eat? evolutionary perspectives on human nutritional health (39 mins) / Prof. William R. Leonard - Northwestern University, USA

2011-03-31

Why we Cook with Spices: Preventative Darwinian Medicine (32 mins) / Prof. Paul Sherman - Cornell University, USA

2007-10-01

Free Radicals and the Oxygen Paradox (Oxidative Stress in Biology, Aging and Disease)

Antioxidants and immune response and infectious diseases (50 mins) / Prof. Simin Meydani - Tufts University, USA

2007-11-01

Cell signaling by Vitamin E (46 mins) / Prof. Angelo Azzi - Tufts University Nutrition Center, USA

2007-11-01

Chemistry and biochemistry of molecular probes used in the detection of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species (44 mins) / Prof. Balaraman Kalyanaraman - Medical College of Wisconsin, USA

2007-11-01

The chemistry and biochemistry of partially reduced oxygen species (30 mins) / Dr. Willem Koppenol - ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2007-11-01

Exercise and free radical generation by contracting skeletal muscle (48 mins) / Prof. Malcolm Jackson - University of Liverpool, UK

2007-11-01

Generation of reactive oxygen species by mitochondria (40 mins) / Dr. Enrique Cadenas etc - University of Southern California, USA

2007-11-01

Glutathione: antioxidant defense and regulation of its synthesis (40 mins) / Prof. Henry Jay Forman - University of California, Merced, USA

2007-11-01

How trypanosomes cope with oxidative stress (48 mins) / Prof. Leopold Flohe - Technical University, Germany

2007-11-01

Introduction to free radicals and the oxygen paradox: oxidative stress in biology, aging & disease (57 mins) / Prof. Kelvin Davies - University of Southern California, USA

2007-11-01

Lipid peroxidation: from basic mechanisms to clinical relevance (42 mins) / Prof. Jason Morrow - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, USA

2007-11-01

Oxidative DNA damage: mechanisms, repair and disease (58 mins) / Prof. Miral Dizdaroglu - National Institutes of Standards and Technology, USA

2007-11-01

Oxidative modification of brain proteins in Alzheimer's disease and models thereof: role of amyloid beta-peptide (1- 42) and insights from redox proteomics (55 mins) / Prof. D. Allan Butterfield - University of Kentucky, USA

2007-11-01

Oxidative stress and disease: atherosclerosis (49 mins) / Prof. Giuseppe Poli - University of Turin, Italy

2007-11-01

Oxidative stress in aging (38 mins) / Dr. Jose Vina - University of Valencia, Spain

2007-11-01

Oxidative stress in ALS (58 mins) / Prof. Pamela Shaw - University of Sheffield, UK

2007-11-01

Oxidative stress in development and neonatal diseases (39 mins) / Dr. Phyllis Dennery - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-11-01

Oxidative stress in disease: cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury (43 mins) / Prof. Jay Zweier - The Ohio State University, USA

2007-11-01

Oxidatively generated damage to DNA: mechanistic aspects and formation in cell (47 mins) / Prof. Jean Cadet - DRFMC/SCIC, CEA/Grenoble, France and University of Sherbrooke, Canada

2007-11-01

Peroxynitrite biochemistry oxidation and nitration reactions (42 mins) / Prof. Rafael Radi - Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay

2007-11-01

Protein oxidation and removal of oxidized proteins by proteolysis (39 mins) / Prof. Tilman Grune - University of Honnenheim, Germany

2007-11-01

Selenium and male fertility (46 mins) / Prof. Matilde Maiorino - University of Padova, Italy

2007-11-01

The SODs (20 mins) / Prof. Daret St. Clair - University of Kentucky, USA

2007-11-01

Ubiquitin dependent degradation of proteins modified by oxidation, deamidation and glycation: role in vision (52 mins) / Prof. Allen Taylor - Tufts University, USA

2007-11-01

Vitamin E regulation: mechanisms to control plasma atocopherol concentrations (32 mins) / Prof. Maret Traber - Oregon State University, USA

2007-11-01

From DNA to Proteins (The Multiple Levels of Regulation)

Chromatin and Transcription (42 mins) / Prof. Roger Kornberg - Stanford University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Chromatin Architecture and Alterations in the Control of Gene Regulation (42 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Hansen - Colorado State University, USA

2007-10-01

DNA Replication (25 mins) / Prof. Smita Patel - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA

2007-10-01

Elongation of Protein Synthesis: Structural Basis of the Peptide Bond (40 mins) / Prof. Marina Rodnina - Institute of Physical Biochemistry, University of Witten, Germany

2007-10-01

Elongation of Protein Synthesis: Structural Basis of the Process of Decoding (43 mins) / Prof. Marina Rodnina - Institute of Physical Biochemistry, University of Witten, Germany

2007-10-01

From DNA to Proteins: the Multiple Levels of Regulation (26 mins) / Prof. Panagiotis Tsonis - University of Dayton, USA

2007-10-01

Gene and Protein Microarrays: Tools for Gene Discovery and Function (35 mins) / Dr. Craig Tomlinson - Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Dartmouth College, USA

2007-10-01

How Do Proteins Fold and Why? (43 mins) / Prof. Walter Englander - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Mechanisms of Transcription: The Eukaryotic Pre-Initiation Complex (42 mins) / Prof. Michael Hampsey - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA

2007-10-01

mRNA Capping (46 mins) / Prof. Aaron Shatkin - University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Nonsense-Mediated and Staufen1-Mediated mRNA Decay: Related Pathways of Post-Transcriptional Control in Mammalian Cells (40 mins) / Prof. Lynne Maquat - University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, USA

2007-10-01

Nuclear Organization and Gene Expression (40 mins) / Prof. David Spector - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA

2007-10-01

Nucleosome Dynamics and Remodeling (43 mins) / Prof. Jonathan Widom - Northwestern University, USA

2007-10-01

Nucleotide Dependent Functioning of Bacterial Enhancer Binding Proteins, Activators of sigma54 RNA Polymerase (36 mins) / Prof. Martin Buck - Imperial College London, UK

2007-10-01

Polyadenylation of mRNA Precursors: Mechanism, Regulation and Connections with Other Cellular Processes (47 mins) / Prof. James Manley - Columbia University, USA

2007-10-01

Pre-mRNA Splicing (38 mins) / Prof. Timothy Nilsen - The Center for RNA Molecular Biology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

The principle of translation (18 mins) / Prof. Joachim Frank - University at Albany and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Wadsworth Center, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Degradation (55 mins) / Prof. Alfred Goldberg - Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Networks and Analysis of Global Gene Expression (46 mins) / Dr. Trey Ideker - University of California San Diego, USA

2007-10-01

RNA Editing: Changing the Code in Plants, Animals and Parasites (50 mins) / Prof. Stephen Hajduk - University of Georgia, USA

2007-10-01

Self-Splicing Intron RNAs: Ribozymes, Parasites and Agents of Genomic Change (59 mins) / Prof. Anna Marie Pyle - Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

The Silent Revolution: an Introduction to Gene Regulation by microRNAs (39 mins) / Dr. Frank Slack - Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

Translation Initiation (17 mins) / Prof. Patrick Linder - University of Geneva, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Acute pancreatitis (45 mins) / Prof. Davor Štimac - University of Rijeka, Croatia

2011-04-10

Alcoholic liver disease (51 mins) / Prof. Michael Lucey - University of Wisconsin, USA

2011-01-05

Chronic pancreatitis (49 mins) / Prof. Christopher Forsmark - University of Florida, USA

2011-01-05

Chronic viral hepatitis B and C (38 mins) / Prof. Mark Mailliard - University of Nebraska College of Medicine, USA

2011-01-05

Coeliac disease (48 mins) / Prof. Ciaran Kelly - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, USA

2011-01-05

Colorectal cancer and hereditary colon cancer syndromes (45 mins) / Prof. Carol A. Burke - Cleveland Clinic, USA

2011-01-05

Constipation and defecation disorders (41 mins) / Prof. Satish S. C. Rao - University of Iowa, USA

2011-01-05

Disorders of Gastric Function: Gastroparesis and Functional Dyspepsia (46 mins) / Dr. Braden Kuo - Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

2011-01-11

Diverticular disease (33 mins) / Dr. Charles Knowles - Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK

2011-01-12

Drug-induced liver disease: an update for 2010 (76 mins) / Prof. James H. Lewis - Georgetown University Medical Center, USA

2011-01-05

The enteric microbiota in health and disease (34 mins) / Dr. Francisco Guarner - Hospital Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Spain

2011-01-05

Eosinophilic oesophagitis and other non-reflux related diseases of the oesophagus (55 mins) / Prof. David Katzka - Mayo Clinic, USA

2011-01-05

Evidence-based management of non-variceal upper GI bleeding (27 mins) / Prof. Joseph J. Sung - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

2011-01-05

Gastric cancer, gastritis and the role of H. pylori (48 mins) / Prof. Anthony Axon - Leeds University Hospital, UK

2011-05-09

Hereditary hemochromatosis: what have we learnt from population studies (34 mins) / Prof. John K. Olynyk - University of Western Australia and Department of Gastroenterology, Fremantle Hospital, Australia

2011-01-05

Immune-mediated liver disease (38 mins) / Dr. Jenny Heathcote - University of Toronto, Canada

2011-01-30

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (37 mins) / Prof. Sunanda Kane - Mayo Clinic, USA

2011-01-05

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) (73 mins) / Prof. Eamonn M. M. Quigley - University College Cork, Ireland

2011-01-05

The management of other aspects of chronic liver disease, including transplantation (52 mins) / Prof. Timothy M. McCashland - University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA

2011-01-05

Oro-pharyngeal and oesophageal motility and dysmotility (54 mins) / Dr. John E. Pandolfino - Northwestern University, USA

2011-01-05

Pancreatic cancer (41 mins) / Prof. Randall Brand - University of Pittsburgh, USA

2011-01-05

Portal hypertension (22 mins) / Prof. John Reinus - Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2011-01-11

The spectrum of gastrointestinal ischemia: 2010 (57 mins) / Prof. Lawrence J. Brandt - Montefiore Medical Center, New York, USA

2011-01-24

The spectrum of GERD implications for assessment and management (40 mins) / Prof. Eamonn M. M. Quigley - University College Cork, Ireland

2011-02-15

Gene-Environment Interactions (Role in the Modulation of Pulmonary and Autoimmune Disease Risks)

Analysis of SNP Haplotypes (58 mins) / Prof. Lyle Palmer - Western Australian Institute for Medical Research and University of Western Australia, Australia

2007-10-01

Biomarkers of Exposure (38 mins) / Prof. Thomas Smith - Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program, Harvard School of Public Health

2007-10-01

Drug-Induced Lupus (35 mins) / Prof. Evelyn Hess - Division of Immunology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center

2007-10-01

Environmental Scleroderma: The Evidence for Putative Triggers (25 mins) / Prof. Maureen Mayes - University of Texas Medical School at Houston

2007-10-01

Ethical Issues in Molecular Epidemiology and Studies of Gene-Environment Interactions (34 mins) / Dr. Richard Sharp - Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine

2007-10-01

Gene by Environment Interaction in Asthma (27 mins) / Prof. Scott Weiss - Channing Laboratory, Harvard Medical School

2007-10-01

Gene-by-Environment Interaction: Study Designs and Analytical Methods (39 mins) / Prof. L. Adrienne Cupples - Department of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Boston University

2007-10-01

Gene-by-Environment Interactions in COPD (46 mins) / Prof. Edwin Silverman - Channing Laboratory and Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, Brigham and Women's Hospital

2007-10-01

Genetic Susceptibility in Granulomatous Disorders: Chronic Beryllium Disease and Sarcoidosis (52 mins) / Prof. Lee Newman - University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center

2007-10-01

GIS and Spatial Statistics (41 mins) / Prof. Louise Ryan - Department of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health

2007-10-01

Indians, Twins and Scleroderma: Genetic and Genomic Studies (28 mins) / Prof. Frank Arnett - University of Texas Medical School at Houston

2007-10-01

Infectious Environmental Factors and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (47 mins) / Prof. Judith James - Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

2007-10-01

Molecular Epidemiology of Lung Cancer (40 mins) / Prof. David Christiani - Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard Medical School

2007-10-01

Occupational and Environmental Influences on the Development and Course of Lupus (40 mins) / Dr. Glinda Cooper - National Center for Environmental Assessment, US Environmental Protection Agency

2007-10-01

Population Genetics Considerations (38 mins) / Prof. Nan Laird - Department of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health

2007-10-01

Racial and Ethnic Variation in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma) (18 mins) / Dr. Patricia Fraser - CBR Institute for Biomedical Research

2007-10-01

Statistical Issues in Epidemiological Studies of Gene-Environment Interaction (33 mins) / Dr. Peter Kraft etc - Harvard School of Public Health

2007-10-01

Genetic Epidemiology I (Fundamentals, Theory, Practice and Latest Developments)

Bayesian Approaches for Modelling Complex Metabolic Pathways (50 mins) / Prof. Duncan Thomas - University of Southern California, USA

2004-09-01

Choosing the Right Study Design in Genetic Epidemiology (35 mins) / Prof. Duncan Thomas - University of Southern California, USA

2004-09-01

Current Methods for the Analysis of Genetic Case-Control Data: a Review (53 mins) / Prof. Duncan Thomas - University of Southern California, USA

2004-09-01

Detecting and Correcting for Population Structure in Genetic Case-Control Studies (44 mins) / Dr. Jonathan Pritchard - University of Chicago, USA

2004-09-01

Fine-scale Mapping (34 mins) / Prof. David Balding etc - Imperial College London

2004-09-01

Genetic Linkage Analysis (50 mins) / Prof. Christopher Amos - University of Texas, USA

2004-09-01

Genome-Wide Scans (27 mins) / Prof. Michael Province - Washington University in St. Louis, USA

2004-09-01

Graphical Modelling of Linkage Disequilibrium (48 mins) / Prof. Alun Thomas - University of Utah, USA

2004-09-01

Haplotype Phase Inference (57 mins) / Prof. Peter Donnelly - University of Oxford, UK

2004-09-01

Haplotype-Based Mapping and Pharmacogenetics (34 mins) / Prof. David Goldstein - University College London, UK

2004-09-01

Heterogeneity: Problems and Solutions (27 mins) / Prof. Michael Province - Washington University in St. Louis, USA

2004-09-01

Introduction to Population Genetics 1: Single Locus (37 mins) / Prof. David Balding etc - Imperial College London

2004-09-01

Introduction to Population Genetics 2: Linkage Disequilibrium (35 mins) / Prof. David Balding etc - Imperial College London

2004-09-01

Introductory Genetics for Statisticians (58 mins) / Prof. Robert Elston - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, USA

2004-09-01

Nature, Nurture, Neither? (30 mins) / Prof. Steve Jones - University College London, UK

2004-09-01

Optimal Use of Linkage Disequilibrium, Haplotypes, and Integrated Maps for Positional Cloning (38 mins) / Prof. Newton Morton etc - University of Southampton, UK

2004-09-01

Searching for Genetic Association Using (Haplotype) Tagging SNPs (29 mins) / Prof. David Clayton - University of Cambridge, UK

2004-09-01

Segregation Analysis (38 mins) / Prof. Chris Cannings etc - University of Sheffield, UK

2004-09-01

Statistical Characterization of Genetic Association (57 mins) / Prof. Bruce Weir - University of Washington, USA

2004-09-01

The Study of Candidate Genes in Drug Trials - Sample Size Considerations (40 mins) / Prof. Robert Elston - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, USA

2004-09-01

Use of DNA Pooling in Large-Scale Association Studies (30 mins) / Prof. Pak Sham - King's College London, UK

2004-09-01

Genetic Epidemiology II (Latest Developments)

Adjusting for population structure in genetic association studies (50 mins) / Prof. David Balding - Imperial College London

2007-10-01

Admixture mapping (40 mins) / Dr. Paul McKeigue - University of Edinburgh, UK

2007-10-01

Choosing between family-based and population-based association designs (44 mins) / Dr. Ren-Hua Chung - Duke Center for Human Genetics, USA

2007-10-01

Detecting multiple associations in genome-wide studies (37 mins) / Dr. Frank Dudbridge - MRC Biostatistics Unit, Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Family-based association tests: FBAT testing strategies for large-scale association studies (29 mins) / Dr. Christoph Lange - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Family-based association tests: FBATs for various data types (49 mins) / Dr. Christoph Lange - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Family-based association tests: introduction (46 mins) / Dr. Christoph Lange - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Genome scanning by composite likelihood (30 mins) / Dr. Andrew Collins - University of Southampton, UK

2007-10-01

Information on untyped variation in genome-wide association studies (40 mins) / Dr. Dan Nicolae - University of Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Multistage sampling for genetic studies (41 mins) / Prof. Robert Elston - Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

QTL association mapping (34 mins) / Prof. Bruce Weir - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Screening large-scale association study data: exploiting multi-gene interactions with random forests (39 mins) / Dr. Kathryn Lunetta - Boston University School of Public Health, USA

2007-10-01

Sequential analysis methods in genomic scans (34 mins) / Prof. Michael Province - Washington University in St. Louis, USA

2007-10-01

A survey of multi-locus methods for analysis of large SNP datasets (43 mins) / Mr. A. Geert Heidema - Maastricht University, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Two-stage genome-wide association designs (37 mins) / Dr. Andrew Skol - University of Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Use of isolated populations: pitfalls and potential (54 mins) / Dr. Leena Peltonen - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Whole-genome association studies: practical advice and considerations (47 mins) / Dr. Mike Weale - King's College London, UK

2007-10-01

Genetics of Cardiovascular Disease (Genetic interactions in a multifactorial disease)

Animal models to explore cardiovascular disease (39 mins) / Prof. Martin Merkel - University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

2008-11-24

Cardiovascular diseases: from epidemiology to nutritional interventions (61 mins) / Dr. Antonis Zampelas - Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

2008-11-24

Cardiovascular risk factors (44 mins) / Dr. Michal Vrablik - Charles University, Czech Republic

2008-11-24

Coronary heart disease epidemiology: global context for a new genetic understanding (23 mins) / Prof. Harry Hemingway - University College London Medical School, UK

2008-11-24

Diagnosis and treatment of dyslipidemias (26 mins) / Prof. Anton Stalenhoef - Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2008-11-24

Familial hyperchlolesterolaemia: a monogenic cause of early CHD (50 mins) / Prof. Steve Humphries - Cardiovascular Genetics BHF Laboratories, University College London, UK

2008-11-24

Gene therapy as a therapeutic option for lipoprotein lipase deficiency (34 mins) / Dr. Jan Albert Kuivenhoven - Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2008-11-24

Gene-environment interaction and oxidative stress in cardiovascular disease (44 mins) / Dr. Jeffrey Stephens - Swansea University, Wales, UK

2008-11-24

Genetic testing for CHD risk: fact or fiction? (45 mins) / Prof. Steve Humphries - Cardiovascular Genetics BHF Laboratories, University College London, UK

2008-11-24

Genetics of cardiovascular disease (52 mins) / Prof. Philippa Talmud - University College London, UK

2008-11-24

Genome scans for hypertension (34 mins) / Prof. Patricia Munroe - Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK

2008-11-24

Lipid metabolism (29 mins) / Dr. Ulrike Beisiegel - Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

2008-12-15

Mendelian randomisation to explore causality (33 mins) / Dr. Aroon Hingorani - University College London, UK

2008-12-18

Pharmacogenetics: progress, pitfalls and clinical potential (35 mins) / Prof. Steve Humphries - Cardiovascular Genetics BHF Laboratories, University College London, UK

2008-11-24

Plaque rupture (42 mins) / Prof. Petri Kovanen - Wihuri Research Institute, Helsinki, Finland

2008-12-18

Thrombotic risk factors for cardiovascular disease (39 mins) / Prof. Gordon Lowe - University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

2008-11-24

Human Population Genetics (Evolution and Variation)

Colorectal Cancer and the Rare Variant Hypothesis (53 mins) / Prof. Sir Walter Bodmer - University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Cultural Evolution (38 mins) / Prof. Marcus Feldman - Stanford University, USA

2007-10-01

Ethical Issues in Human Population Genetics (51 mins) / Prof. Henry Greely - Stanford Law School, USA

2007-10-01

Evolution of Human Mitochondrial DNA Lineages (38 mins) / Dr. Toomas Kivislid - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Evolution: how Genes and their Variation got here (66 mins) / Prof. Kenneth Weiss - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

2007-10-01

The Genetic Component to Diabetes (45 mins) / Dr. Nancy Cox - University of Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Genetic Diseases in the Jewish Population (37 mins) / Prof. Neil Risch - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2007-10-01

The Genetics of Breast and Ovarian Cancer (32 mins) / Dr. Piri Welcsh - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

The Genetics of French Canadians (48 mins) / Dr. Bernard Brais etc - Universite de Montreal, Canada

2007-10-01

Genetics of Pakistani Populations in an Asian and Global Context (37 mins) / Prof. S. Qasim Mehdi - University of Karachi, Pakistan

2007-10-01

The HapMap Project (46 mins) / Prof. Andrew Clark - Cornell University, USA

2007-10-01

Historical and Geographical Genetic Variation: Europe (37 mins) / Prof. Antonio Torroni - Pavia University, Italy

2007-10-01

History and Geography of Human Genetic Diversity I (48 mins) / Prof. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza - Stanford University Medical School , USA

2007-10-01

History and Geography of Human Genetic Diversity II (40 mins) / Prof. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza - Stanford University Medical School , USA

2007-10-01

History and Geography of Human Genetic Diversity III (24 mins) / Prof. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza - Stanford University Medical School , USA

2007-10-01

Human Genetic Variation of Africa (33 mins) / Prof. Joanna Mountain - 23andMe, Inc. and Stanford University, USA

2007-10-01

The Human Genomes (64 mins) / Prof. Gil McVean - University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Human Microsatellite and Minisatellite DNA Polymorphisms (37 mins) / Dr. James Weber - PreventionGenetics, USA

2007-10-01

Human Population Genetics: Lifespan (41 mins) / Prof. Kaare Christensen - University of Southern Denmark, Denmark

2007-10-01

Human Population Structure (39 mins) / Dr. Noah Rosenberg - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

2007-10-01

Human Y Chromosome Phylogenetics and Phylogeography (32 mins) / Prof. Peter Underhill - Stanford University Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Linguistic Evolution (40 mins) / Dr. Merritt Ruhlen - Stanford University, USA

2007-10-01

Major Gene Families in Humans and their Evolutionary History (33 mins) / Prof. Yoshihito Niimura etc - Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

2007-10-01

Modern Human Origins (20 mins) / Prof. Richard Klein - Stanford University, USA

2007-10-01

Natural Selection and Sequence Polymorphism (34 mins) / Prof. Austin Hughes - University of South Carolina, USA

2007-10-01

The Peopling of the Americas: New Insights from Genetic Studies (63 mins) / Dr. Theodore Schurr - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

The Signature of Local Adaptations in Human Polymorphism Data (49 mins) / Dr. Anna Di Rienzo - University of Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Innate Immunity (Host recognition and response in health and disease)

Antigen processing and presentation: modulation by innate immune signals (51 mins) / Prof. Colin Watts - College of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, UK

2009-06-30

The anti-microbial defense of Drosophila: a paradigm for innate immunity (44 mins) / Prof. Jules Hoffmann - University of Strasbourg, France

2009-05-31

Arginase and nitric oxide (36 mins) / Dr. Peter Murray - St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, USA

2009-05-31

Cationic peptides in innate immunity (42 mins) / Dr. Dawn Bowdish - McMaster University, Canada

2009-06-30

Chemokines and inflammation: a critical assessment of therapeutic targets (51 mins) / Dr. David Greaves - University of Oxford, UK

2009-06-30

Clearance of apoptotic cells and the control of inflammation (44 mins) / Prof. Sir John Savill - University of Edinburgh, UK

2009-05-31

Colony stimulating factor-1 regulation of macrophages in development and disease (50 mins) / Prof. E. Richard Stanley - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2009-05-31

Cytokines regulating the innate response (54 mins) / Prof. Anne O’Garra - National Institute for Medical Research, London, UK

2009-05-31

Dendritic cells: linking innate to different forms of adaptive immunity (63 mins) / Prof. Ralph Steinman - Rockefeller University, USA

2009-05-31

Eosinophils (42 mins) / Prof. Tim Williams - Imperial College London, UK

2009-06-15

The fate of monocytes in atherosclerosis (54 mins) / Prof. Gwendolyn Randolph - Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA

2009-06-30

Fc receptors: linking innate and acquired immunity (42 mins) / Prof. Ken G C Smith - Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, University of Cambridge, UK

2009-06-30

From bench to bedside: evolution of anti-TNFalfa therapy in rheumatoid arthritis (59 mins) / Prof. Sir Ravinder Maini - Imperial College London, UK

2009-05-31

HIV-1 and immunopathogenesis: innate immunity (56 mins) / Prof. Luis Montaner - Wistar Institute, USA

2009-05-31

Humoral innate immunity (52 mins) / Prof. Alberto Mantovani - Istituto Clinico Humanitas and Sate University of Milan, Italy

2009-05-31

Innate immune sensing and response (62 mins) / Prof. Bruce Beutler - The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, USA

2009-05-31

Innate immunity and malaria (51 mins) / Prof. Douglas Golenbock - University of Massachusetts, USA

2009-06-30

Innate immunity in C. elegans (44 mins) / Dr. Jonathan Ewbank - INSERM, France

2009-07-09

Innate immunity in children (39 mins) / Prof. David Speert - University of British Columbia, Canada

2009-05-31

Innate immunity in the brain in health and disease (36 mins) / Prof. V. Hugh Perry - School of Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, UK

2009-06-30

Innate immunity of the lung and adaptation to air breathing at birth (35 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Whitsett - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA

2009-05-31

Innate recognition of viruses (46 mins) / Prof. Caetano Reis e Sousa - Cancer Research, London Research Institute, UK

2009-06-30

Innate-like lymphocytes - Part I (61 mins) / Prof. Adrian Hayday - King’s College London School of Medicine, UK

2009-07-15

Innate-like lymphocytes - Part II (41 mins) / Prof. Adrian Hayday - King’s College London School of Medicine, UK

2009-07-15

Iron metabolism and innate immunity (27 mins) / Prof. Tomas Ganz - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2009-05-31

Leukocyte recruitment in vivo (69 mins) / Prof. Paul Kubes - Snyder Institute, University of Calgary Medical Centre, Canada

2009-06-30

Macrophages and systems biology (61 mins) / Prof. David Hume - The Roslin Institute, UK

2009-06-30

Macrophages, a cellular toolbox used by tumors to promote progression and metastasis (49 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Pollard - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2009-05-31

Manipulation of innate immune response: lessons from shigella (63 mins) / Prof. Philippe Sansonetti - The Pasteur Institute and INSERM, France

2009-06-30

Monocyte/macrophages in innate immunity (73 mins) / Prof. Siamon Gordon - Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, UK

2009-05-31

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (41 mins) / Prof. David Russell - College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, USA

2009-06-30

NLR genes: infection, inflammation and vaccines (39 mins) / Prof. Jenny Ting - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

2009-07-06

NOD-like receptors in innate immunity and inflammatory disease (33 mins) / Prof. Gabriel Nunez - University of Michigan Medical School, USA

2009-06-30

Novel lipid mediators in resolution of inflammation (38 mins) / Prof. Charles Serhan - Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA

2009-05-31

Nuclear receptors at the crossroads of inflammation and atherosclerosis (41 mins) / Prof. Christopher Glass - University of California, San Diego, USA

2009-05-31

Paneth cells in innate immunity and inflammatory bowel disease (38 mins) / Prof. Satish Keshav - John Radcliffe Hospital, UK

2009-07-08

Phagocytosis (39 mins) / Prof. Joel Swanson - University of Michigan Medical School, USA

2009-05-31

Phagocytosis in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster (38 mins) / Dr. Lynda Stuart - Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-06-30

Plasmacytoid dendritic cells: sensing nucleic acids in viral infection and autoimmunity (25 mins) / Prof. Yong-Jun Liu - University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-06-30

Resolvins activate imflammation-resolution programs: a systems approach to resolution (69 mins) / Prof. Charles Serhan - Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, USA

2011-06-06

Signaling by innate immune receptors (38 mins) / Prof. Michael Karin - University of California, San Diego, USA

2009-05-31

The taste of a fungus: recognition of Candida by the innate immune system (36 mins) / Prof. Neil Gow - Aberdeen University, UK

2009-05-31

Type I interferons in innate immunity to viral infections (50 mins) / Prof. Christine Biron - Brown University, USA

2009-06-30

Introduction to Cheminformatics

Canonization, Morgan algorithm, equivalence classes (36 mins) / Dr. Markus Meringer - German Aerospace Centre (DLR), Germany

2011-05-31

Common types of visualization of chemical structure (17 mins) / Prof. Robert M. Hanson - St. Olaf College, USA

2011-05-29

Cyber-based structure elucidation (44 mins) / Prof. Morton E. Munk - Arizona State University, USA

2011-05-31

Databases, indices and structure-related queries (42 mins) / Dr. Wolf-Dietrich Ihlenfeldt - Xemistry GmbH, Germany

2011-05-31

Introduction to machine learning and its application in chemistry (44 mins) / Dr. Nikolas Fechner - University of Tübingen, Germany

2011-05-31

Methods for NMR-spectrum prediction (53 mins) / Dr. Wolfgang Robien - University of Vienna, Austria

2011-06-12

Molecular modelling: electronic structure methods (59 mins) / Prof. Tim Clark - University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

2011-05-31

Molecular modelling: empirical methods (62 mins) / Prof. Tim Clark - University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

2011-05-31

Overview of descriptors (40 mins) / Dr. Jörg Kurt Wegner - Tibotec/Janssen, Belgium

2011-05-31

Pragmatic virtual fragment-based ligand design (65 mins) / Dr. Marcus Gastreich - BioSolveIT GmbH, Germany

2011-06-26

Ring searching and aromaticity detection (40 mins) / Dr. Christoph Steinbeck - European Bioinformatics Institute, UK

2011-06-20

Semantic chemistry: an overview (41 mins) / Dr. Nico Adams - University of Cambridge, UK

2011-06-19

Substructure searching, similarity calculations and fingerprints (44 mins) / Mr. Mark Rijnbeek - European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI), UK

2011-05-31

The Tao of pharmacophores (38 mins) / Mr. John H. Van Drie - Van Drie Research LLC, USA

2011-05-31

Virtual screening (40 mins) / Mr. John H. Van Drie - Van Drie Research LLC, USA

2011-05-31

Introduction to Human Genetics (Fundamentals and latest advances)

Copy Number Variation (36 mins) / Dr. Ömer Gökçümen - Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-12-28

The development and evolution of human gene therapy (29 mins) / Prof. Theodore Friedmann - University of California San Diego, USA

2010-10-18

Genetic association studies (45 mins) / Prof. David Balding - University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Genetics in forensics (33 mins) / Dr. Angel Carracedo - Institute of Legal Medicine, Spain

2009-12-28

Genome mapping (36 mins) / Dr. Simon Gregory - Duke University, USA

2009-12-28

Historical introduction to human diversity I (26 mins) / Prof. Dallas Swallow - University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Historical introduction to human diversity II (28 mins) / Prof. Dallas Swallow - University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Human adaptation (37 mins) / Prof. Rasmus Nielsen - University of California, Berkeley, USA and University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2009-12-28

Inference on human history through DNA (59 mins) / Prof. Guido Barbujani - University of Ferrara, Italy

2009-12-28

Introduction to Cytogenetics 1 (23 mins) / Dr. Sioban SenGupta - University College London, UK

2010-01-06

Introduction to Cytogenetics 2 (15 mins) / Dr. Sioban SenGupta - University College London, UK

2010-01-06

Introduction to Cytogenetics 3 (16 mins) / Dr. Sioban SenGupta - University College London, UK

2010-01-06

Introduction to genetic diseases (26 mins) / Prof. Jonathan Wolfe - Formerly of University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Introduction to mutation and disease (31 mins) / Prof. Jonathan Wolfe - Formerly of University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Mechanisms of DNA repair by recombination (66 mins) / Prof. James Haber - Brandeis University, USA

2009-12-28

Mitochondrial DNA, molecular genetics and human mitochondrial diseases (42 mins) / Prof. Immo Scheffler - University of California, San Diego, USA

2009-12-28

Molecular structure of the human genome (19 mins) / Prof. Jonathan Wolfe - Formerly of University College London, UK

2009-12-28

Next generation sequencing technologies (33 mins) / Dr. Krishna Veeramah - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2009-12-30

Pharmacogenetics (44 mins) / Prof. Ann Daly - Newcastle University, UK

2009-12-28

Population genetics (34 mins) / Dr. Murray P. Cox - Massey Univeristy, New Zealand

2011-03-24

Techniques utilized in molecular genetics (26 mins) / Dr. Cecil Lewis - University of Oklahoma

2011-02-02

The Y-chromosome (42 mins) / Prof. Mark Jobling - University of Leicester, UK

2009-12-28

Ion Channels

Alternative splicing and calcium ion channel diversity (52 mins) / Prof. Diane Lipscombe - Department of Neuroscience, Brown University, USA

2011-02-28

Beta-adrenergic receptor - ion channel signaling complexes (41 mins) / Prof. Johannes Hell - University of California, Davis, USA

2011-02-28

Calcium regulation of ion channels (29 mins) / Dr. Geoffrey S. Pitt - Duke University, USA

2011-02-28

Cellular mechanisms of neuromodulation in a small neural network (44 mins) / Prof. Ronald M. Harris-Warrick - Cornell University, USA

2011-02-28

The diversity and evolution of ion channels (36 mins) / Dr. Tim Jegla - Pennsylvania State University, USA

2011-02-28

Functional modules in ion channels (21 mins) / Dr. Richard Horn - Jefferson Medical College, USA

2011-02-28

Heritable arrhythmias: insight into molecular physiology from the long QT syndrome (51 mins) / Prof. Robert Kass - Columbia University, USA

2011-04-10

Ion channel regulation by phosphorylation (82 mins) / Prof. Mike Shipston - Centre for Integrative Physiology, University of Edinburgh, UK

2011-02-28

KV10.1 potassium channels in cancer (43 mins) / Prof. Luis Pardo - Max-Planck Institute, Göttingen, Germany

2011-02-28

M-current and its role in neuronal physiology (39 mins) / Prof. David A. Brown - University College London, UK

2011-02-28

Modulation of intrinsic neuronal excitability - Part 1 (48 mins) / Prof. Nelson Spruston - Northwestern University, USA

2011-04-07

Modulation of intrinsic neuronal excitability - Part 2 (45 mins) / Prof. Nelson Spruston - Northwestern University, USA

2011-04-07

Regulation of neuron accuracy by modulation of potassium channels (53 mins) / Prof. Leonard Kaczmarek - Yale University, USA

2011-02-28

Voltage-dependent gating of ion channels (54 mins) / Dr. Keith S. Elmslie - AT Still University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA

2011-03-03

Legacy of Drosophila Genetics (From 'defining the gene' to 'analyzing genome function')

Axon guidance in Drosophila (34 mins) / Prof. John Thomas - Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA

2008-09-29

Control of tissue growth: elucidation of the Hippo signaling pathway (34 mins) / Dr. Duojia Pan - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA

2008-09-29

Cracking the case of circadian rhythms by Drosophila genetics (73 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Hall - Brandeis University, USA

2008-09-29

Cross-genomic analysis of human disease genes (65 mins) / Prof. Ethan Bier - University of California, San Diego, USA

2008-09-29

Development and physiology of the heart (35 mins) / Prof. Rolf Bodmer - Burnham Institute for Biomedical Research, USA

2008-09-29

The development of the peripheral nervous system in the fruitfly Drosophila (40 mins) / Prof. Hugo Bellen - Baylor College of Medicine, USA

2008-09-29

Dorsal-ventral patterning of the Drosophila embryo (37 mins) / Prof. Mike Levine - University of California, Berkeley, USA

2008-09-29

Drosophila as a model for drug addiction (34 mins) / Prof. Ulrike Heberlein - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2008-09-29

Drosophila genetics - the first 25 years (63 mins) / Prof. Dan Lindsley - University of California, San Diego, USA

2008-09-29

Drosophila stem cells (37 mins) / Dr. Michael Buszczak - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA

2008-09-29

Drosophila's contribution to the genetics of learning and memory (91 mins) / Prof. Tim Tully - Dart Neuroscience LLC, USA

2008-09-29

The evolution of morphological novelty (56 mins) / Prof. Nipam Patel - University of California, Berkeley and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA

2008-09-29

From germ cell specification to gonad formation (63 mins) / Prof. Ruth Lehmann - New York University School of Medicine, USA

2008-09-29

The genetic analysis of meiosis in Drosophila melanogaster females (53 mins) / Prof. R. Scott Hawley - The Stowers Institute for Medical Research, USA

2009-03-22

The genetic architecture of complex traits: lessons from Drosophila (36 mins) / Prof. Trudy Mackay - North Carolina State University, USA

2008-09-29

Genetics of chemosensory transduction: taste and smell (54 mins) / Dr. Leslie Vosshall - The Rockefeller University, USA

2008-09-29

Genome scale analysis of cellular processes using RNAi (46 mins) / Dr. Amy Kiger - University of California, San Diego, USA

2008-09-29

The homeotic genes of the bithorax complex in Drosophila (29 mins) / Prof. Francois Karch - University of Geneva, Switzerland

2008-09-29

Human neurodegenerative disease: insights from Drosophila genetics (56 mins) / Prof. Nancy Bonini - University of Pennsylvania and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA

2008-09-29

Limb development: how Drosophila genetics can be used to understand pattern formation (30 mins) / Prof. Konrad Basler - University of Zurich, Switzerland

2008-09-29

Metastasis of Drosophila tumors (21 mins) / Prof. Allen Shearn - Professor Emeritus, Johns Hopkins University, USA

2008-09-29

microRNA function in stem cells (31 mins) / Prof. Hannele Ruohola-Baker - University of Washington, USA

2008-09-29

The miracle of morphogenesis, cell adhesion, polarity and cytoskeletal regulation (43 mins) / Prof. Mark Peifer - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

2008-09-29

Regulation of gastrulation in Drosophila (49 mins) / Prof. Dr. Maria Leptin - University of Cologne, Germany

2008-09-29

Sleep in Drosophila (46 mins) / Dr. Ralph Greenspan - The Neurosciences Institute, USA

2008-09-29

Using gene expression information to provide insights into patterning and differentiation (25 mins) / Prof. Angelike Stathopoulos - California Institute of Technology, USA

2008-09-29

Mechanisms of Ribosome Function (Insights into protein synthesis)

Antibiotic inhibition of ribosome function (35 mins) / Dr. Daniel Wilson - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen,Germany

2008-05-15

Antibiotics that target the 50S ribosome subunit: resistance and other considerations (29 mins) / Dr. Joyce Sutcliffe - NanoBio Corporation, USA

2008-05-15

Assembly of the 30S ribosomal subunit in vitro and in cells (38 mins) / Prof. James Williamson - The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2008-05-15

Chemistry of peptide bond formation (63 mins) / Prof. Rachel Green - Johns Hopkins University, USA

2008-05-15

Elongation of Protein Synthesis: Structural Basis of the Process of Decoding (43 mins) / Prof. Marina Rodnina - Institute of Physical Biochemistry, University of Witten, Germany

2007-10-01

Factor independent initiation of protein synthesis by IRES RNAs (48 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Kieft - University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, USA

2008-05-15

High resolution structure of ribosomal subunits RNA/RNA and protein/RNA interactions (49 mins) / Prof. Nenad Ban - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2008-05-15

How aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases translate the genetic code (46 mins) / Dr. Stephen Cusack - European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Grenoble Outstation, France

2008-05-15

The interaction of antibiotics with the large ribosomal subunit from Haloarcula marismortui (49 mins) / Prof. Peter Moore - Yale University, USA

2008-05-15

Mechanism of translocon function: current insights and models (75 mins) / Prof. Arnold Driessen - University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2008-05-15

The principle of translation (21 mins) / Prof. Anders Liljas - University of Lund, Sweden

2008-05-15

Recoding: getting more out of the message by shifting reading frame and redefining codon meaning (31 mins) / Prof. John Atkins etc - University of Utah, USA

2008-05-15

The structural basis for how the large ribosomal subunit catalyses peptide bond formation (42 mins) / Prof. Thomas Steitz - HHMI, Yale University, USA

2008-05-15

Structural insights into aminoacyl-tRNA delivery by EF-Tu and translocation by EF-G (27 mins) / Prof. Joachim Frank - University at Albany and Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Wadsworth Center, USA

2008-05-15

Structural insights into decoding of mRNA by the ribosome (42 mins) / Prof. Venki Ramakrishnan - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK

2008-05-15

The structure of the intact ribosome and ribosomal subunit interactions (20 mins) / Dr. Jamie H. Doudna Cate - University of California, Berkeley, USA

2008-05-15

Structure-based drug design targeting infectious disease (45 mins) / Dr. Erin Duffy - Rib-X Pharmaceuticals Inc, New Haven, USA

2008-05-15

The structure-based mechanism of translation initiation in bacteria and eukaryotes (49 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey Kieft - University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, USA

2008-05-15

Translocation: movement of tRNA and mRNA through the ribosome (41 mins) / Prof. Harry Noller - University of California, Santa Cruz, USA

2008-05-15

Medical Imaging (Imaging Techniques for Pre-clinical and Clinical Applications)

Basics of Computed Tomography (CT) (59 mins) / Prof. Marc Kachelrieß - Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

2010-10-10

Basics of nuclear medicine imaging (52 mins) / Prof. Dale Bailey - University of Sydney, Australia

2010-04-01

Clinical applications of molecular imaging: imaging to guide cancer therapy (52 mins) / Prof. David Mankoff - University of Washington, USA

2010-09-29

Clinical indications for SPECT/CT (42 mins) / Prof. Ora Israel - Rambam Health Care Campus and Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

2010-04-01

Dual-modality imaging with combined scanners part 1 (47 mins) / Dr. Thomas Beyer - cmi-experts GmbH, Switzerland

2010-10-10

Dual-modality imaging with combined scanners part 2 (50 mins) / Dr. Thomas Beyer - cmi-experts GmbH, Switzerland

2010-10-10

Fundamental principles of positron emission tomography (PET) - part 1 (56 mins) / Dr. Osama Mawlawi - MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2010-11-25

Fundamental principles of positron emission tomography (PET) - part 2 (31 mins) / Dr. Osama Mawlawi - MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2010-11-25

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (23 mins) / Dr. Sendhil Velan - Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, Singapore

2010-12-27

Medical image reconstruction techniques (48 mins) / Prof. Andrew Reader - Montreal Neurological Institute, Canada

2010-04-01

Optical imaging in biomedicine (30 mins) / Prof. Malini Olivo - National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

2010-09-29

Pre-clinical imaging centers: design, animal handling and examples (49 mins) / Dr. David Stout - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2010-04-01

Principles of SPECT (33 mins) / Prof. Larry Zeng - University of Utah, USA

2010-04-01

Microarrays (Their design and use)

The bioinformatics of microarrays (46 mins) / Dr. Maureen Sartor - National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics, USA

2009-03-30

Cancer systems biology: dissection and analysis of context-specific molecular interaction networks (67 mins) / Prof. Andrea Califano - Columbia University Medical Center, USA

2009-07-01

Genome-wide mapping of estrogen: receptor binding sites and activity (51 mins) / Dr. Jason Carroll - Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute, UK

2009-03-30

Genome-wide profiling of microRNAs: from scientist benchside to patient bedside (44 mins) / Dr. George Calin - MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

2009-03-30

Global analysis of gene translation (38 mins) / Prof. Philip Tofilon - Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, USA

2009-03-30

How to design a successful microarray experiment (42 mins) / Dr. Rainer Breitling - University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2009-03-30

Microarrays in the study of the basic mechanisms of evolution (36 mins) / Dr. Greg Gibson - University of Queensland, Australia

2009-03-30

Microarrays: their design and use (42 mins) / Dr. Craig R. Tomlinson - Dartmouth Medical School, USA

2009-03-30

Simultaneous microarray measurement of nuclear and whole cell changes in gene expression reveals overlapping but distinct patterns of transcriptional regulation (42 mins) / Dr. Chris Cheadle - JHBMC Genomics Core, Johns Hopkins University, USA

2009-03-30

Single nucleotide polymorphism microarrays in the analysis of cancer (35 mins) / Dr. Rameen Beroukhim - Dana-Faber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-03-30

The use of microarrays to understand the biology and toxicology of low dose arsenic (41 mins) / Prof. Joshua Hamilton - Marine Biological Laboratory, USA

2009-03-30

The use of statistics in microarray studies (23 mins) / Dr. Ernst Wit - University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2009-03-30

Utilizing microarrays to study posttranscriptional regulatory mechanisms of plants (35 mins) / Dr. Brian Gregory - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2009-09-10

Mitochondrial Biogenesis (Processes, Regulation, Functions and Disease)

The Biogenesis of Mitochondria in Cancer (44 mins) / Prof. Jose Cuezva - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

2007-10-01

Calcium Signaling and Mitochondrial Function (41 mins) / Prof. David Nicholls - Buck Institute for Age Research, USA

2007-10-01

Evolutionary and Developmental Variation in Muscle Mitochondrial Content (33 mins) / Prof. Christopher Moyes - Queen's University, Canada

2007-10-01

Mechanisms of Mitochondrial Fusion and Fission (30 mins) / Dr. Luca Scorrano - Venetian Institute of Molecular Medicine, Italy

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Biogenesis as a Result of Exercise (34 mins) / Dr. Darrell Neufer - East Carolina University, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Biogenesis during Gametogenesis and Embryonic Development (35 mins) / Prof. Pascal Reynier - University Hospital of Angers, France

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Complex Assembly (33 mins) / Dr. Leo Nijtmans - Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Diseases: An Update (40 mins) / Prof. Salvatore DiMauro - Columbia University Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Disorders and Neurodegeneration (37 mins) / Prof. Anthony Schapira - Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University College London, UK

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial DNA Replication and Transcription (23 mins) / Prof. Julio Montoya - Zaragoza University, Spain

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Heterogeneity in Cells (30 mins) / Dr. Tony Collins - McMaster University, Canada

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Myopathies: Exercise and Nutrition (52 mins) / Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky - McMaster University, Canada

2007-10-01

The Mitochondrial Pathway in Apoptosis (23 mins) / Prof. Douglas Green - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Permeability Transition (42 mins) / Prof. John Lemasters - Medical University of South Carolina, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Phospholipid Synthesis and Incorporation (39 mins) / Prof. Grant Hatch - University of Manitoba, Canada

2007-10-01

Muscle Mitochondrial Function and Biogenesis with Aging (33 mins) / Dr. Russell Hepple - University of Calgary, Canada

2007-10-01

Nuclear Control of Respiratory Chain Expression by Transcriptional Activators and Coactivators (40 mins) / Prof. Richard Scarpulla - Northwestern Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Pathways of Apoptosis in Muscle (45 mins) / Prof. Stephen Alway - West Virginia University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Possible Roles of Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Aging (44 mins) / Dr. Aubrey de Grey - The Methuselah Foundation, UK

2007-10-01

Protein Import into Mitochondria (17 mins) / Dr. Trevor Lithgow - University of Melbourne, Australia

2007-10-01

Reactive Oxygen Species and Myocardial Apoptosis (44 mins) / Dr. Zhi-Qing Zhao - Emory University, USA

2007-10-01

Regulation of Mitochondrial Biogenesis by Transcriptional Coactivators and Estrogen-Related Receptor Alpha (48 mins) / Dr. Anastasia Kralli - The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2007-10-01

Respiration, Reactive Oxygen Species and Uncoupling Proteins (43 mins) / Dr. Martin Brand - MRC Dunn Human Nutrition Unit, UK

2007-10-01

Thyroid Hormone and Mitochondrial Biogenesis (21 mins) / Dr. Joachim Weitzel - Department of Reproductive Biology, FBN Dummerstorf, Germany

2007-10-01

Molecular Basis of Bacterial Infection

Antibiotics and antibiotic resistance (35 mins) / Prof. Gerry Wright - McMaster University, Canada

2009-10-29

Bacterial infection of epithelial signaling (39 mins) / Prof. Alice Prince - College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia University, USA

2009-10-29

The bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogenes: an amazing multifaceted model (53 mins) / Prof. Pascale Cossart - Pasteur Institute, France

2009-12-07

Biodefense vaccines (41 mins) / Prof. James Nataro - University of Maryland, USA

2009-10-29

Bordetella pertussis (34 mins) / Prof. Alison Weiss - University of Cincinnati, USA

2009-10-29

Cholera: a paradigm for understanding emergence, virulence and temporal patterns of disease (57 mins) / Prof. John Mekalanos - Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-10-29

Deciphering Shigella invasion of epithelial cells (50 mins) / Prof. Philippe Sansonetti - Pasteur Institute, France

2009-10-29

Dental pathogens (46 mins) / Prof. Ann Progulske-Fox - University of Florida, USA

2009-10-28

The diversity of Escherichia coli infections (43 mins) / Prof. Michael Donnenberg - University of Maryland, USA

2009-11-02

From CagA to CagA: the metamorphoses of the Helicobacter pylori's cytotoxin-associated gene A into the cancer-associated gene A (32 mins) / Dr. Antonello Covacci - Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Italy

2010-05-20

Haemophilus (35 mins) / Prof. Robert Munson - Ohio State University, USA

2009-11-03

Human genetics of infectious diseases: the example of bacterial/mycobacterial infections (53 mins) / Dr. Laurent Abel - University Paris Descartes and Inserm, France

2009-10-29

The human indigenous microbiota (56 mins) / Prof. David Relman - Stanford University, USA

2009-10-29

Human pathogenic Yersinia species (48 mins) / Prof. James Bliska - Stony Brook University, USA

2009-10-29

Legionella pneumophila: an intracellular pathogen of phagocytes (43 mins) / Dr. Craig Roy - Yale University, USA

2009-10-29

Microbial recognition and the immune response (29 mins) / Dr. Dana Philpott - University of Toronto, Canada

2009-10-29

The molecular basis of bacterial pathogenicity: an overview (43 mins) / Prof. B. Brett Finlay - University of British Columbia, Canada

2009-10-29

Molecular pathogenesis and prevention of Staphylococcus aureus infections (48 mins) / Prof. Olaf Schneewind - University of Chicago, USA

2009-11-02

Salmonellae: molecular basis of infection (37 mins) / Prof. Samuel Miller - University of Washington, USA

2009-10-29

Streptococcus pyogenes disease and molecular pathogenesis (49 mins) / Prof. P. Patrick Cleary - University of Minnesota, USA

2009-10-29

Toll-like receptor signalling during infection and inflammation (47 mins) / Prof. Luke O'Neill - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

2010-05-20

Vaccines in the modern world (39 mins) / Prof. Gordon Dougan - Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK

2009-10-29

The war against extensively drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis: intelligence acquisition (42 mins) / Prof. William Jacobs - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2009-11-24

Molecular Chaperones (Principles and Diseases)

Adaptor mediated activation of the Hsp100/ Clp protein ClpC controls general and regulatory proteolysis in Bacillus subtilis (29 mins) / Prof. Dr. Kursad Turgay - Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany

2007-10-01

The biogenesis of E. coli inner membrane proteins (47 mins) / Dr. Joen Luirink - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Chaperone mechanisms in cellular protein folding (34 mins) / Prof. Dr. F. Ulrich Hartl - Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany

2007-10-01

Chaperonin CCT mediated folding of actin, energetic landscapes and cell cycle control (51 mins) / Prof. Keith Willison - Institute of Cancer Research, UK

2007-10-01

ClpB: a chaperone for protein disaggregation (22 mins) / Prof. Michal Zolkiewski - Kansas State University, USA

2007-10-01

Disulfide bond formation in vivo (32 mins) / Prof. James Bardwell - University of Michigan, USA

2007-10-01

The function of molecular chaperones in bacterial infection (26 mins) / Prof. Tomoko Yamamoto - Chiba University, Japan

2007-10-01

The functions of the Hsp70 system (35 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey L. Brodsky - University of Pittsburgh, USA

2007-10-01

History of the molecular chaperone concept: roles in assembly processes (34 mins) / Emeritus Professor (FRS) R. John Ellis - University of Warwick, UK

2007-10-01

Hsp104: a specialized chaperone for protein disaggregation (46 mins) / Dr. John R. Glover - University of Toronto, Canada

2007-10-01

Hsp31: a general stress protein of Escherichia coli (33 mins) / Prof. Francois Baneyx - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Hsp90: a chaperone for protein kinases and hormone receptors (26 mins) / Dr. David Toft - Mayo Clinic, USA

2007-10-01

Mechanism of chaperone action of small heat shock proteins (39 mins) / Prof. Elizabeth Vierling - University of Arizona, USA

2007-10-01

Mechanistic aspects of chaperonin GroEL/ES function (38 mins) / Prof. Amnon Horovitz - Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

2007-10-01

Molecular chaperones and handling of abnormal proteins in neurodegenerative disorders (47 mins) / Prof. Michael Sherman - Boston University Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Overview of eukaryotic molecular chaperones in the cytosol (39 mins) / Dr. Jason C. Young - McGill University, Canada

2007-10-01

Overview of prokaryotic molecular chaperones (29 mins) / Dr. Walid A. Houry - University of Toronto, Canada

2007-10-01

The role of chaperones and Sec machinery in protein secretion (32 mins) / Prof. Koreaki Ito - Kyoto University, Japan

2007-10-01

The role of chaperones in Parkinson's disease (20 mins) / Dr. Konstanze F. Winklhofer - Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany

2007-10-01

Role of chaperonin-like proteins in Bardet-Biedl syndrome (46 mins) / Dr. Michel R. Leroux - Simon Fraser University, Canada

2007-10-01

Roles for molecular chaperones in cystic fibrosis (53 mins) / Prof. Douglas M. Cyr - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

2007-10-01

The roles of chaperonins in bacteria (38 mins) / Dr. Peter Lund - University of Birmingham, UK

2007-10-01

Structure and function of the ATP-dependent Clp chaperone/protease machines (99 mins) / Dr. Michael R. Maurizi - National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA

2007-10-01

Targeting cancer: designing drugs against Hsp90 (51 mins) / Dr. Gabriela Chiosis - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA

2007-10-01

Towards a unifying mechanism for the Hsp70 chaperones (50 mins) / Prof. Pierre Goloubinoff - Lausanne University, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Monoclonal Antibodies as Therapeutic Agents (Fundamentals, Therapeutic Applications and Latest Advances)

Alemtuzumab (Campath-1H) in Therapy of CLL (26 mins) / Prof. Kanti Rai - Long Island Jewish Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

Anti TNF Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis (58 mins) / Prof. Marc Feldmann - Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, Imperial College London, UK

2007-10-01

Antibodies as Anti-Virals (36 mins) / Prof. Dennis Burton - The Scripps Research Institute, USA

2007-10-01

Antibodies by Protein Engineering (32 mins) / Prof. Sir Gregory Winter - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Antibodies in the Control of Type I Diabetes (56 mins) / Prof. Lucienne Chatenoud - Hopital Necker-Enfants Malades, France

2007-10-01

Antibody Depletion Therapy in Transplantation: Implications for Tolerance (38 mins) / Prof. Laurence Turka - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Antibody Engineering of Fc Effector Functions (57 mins) / Dr. Mike Clark - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Antibody Therapy of Multiple Sclerosis (48 mins) / Dr. Alasdair Coles etc - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Anti-IL-2 Receptor Antibodies as Models for Cancer Therapy (45 mins) / Prof. Thomas Waldmann - Metabolism Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, USA

2007-10-01

CD20 Antibodies in the Targeting of B-Cell Malignancies and Autoimmunity (55 mins) / Prof. Thomas Tedder - Duke University Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

Cell Surface Glycoproteins on Cells of the Immune System (38 mins) / Prof. Neil Barclay - Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

The Challenge of Targeting Toxins to Tumors (43 mins) / Prof. Ben Seon - Roswell Park Cancer Institute, USA

2007-10-01

Checkpoint Blockade in Cancer Immunotherapy (72 mins) / Prof. James Allison - Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA

2007-10-01

Diagnostic Immunohistopathology (21 mins) / Prof. David Mason - John Radcliffe Hospital, UK

2007-10-01

Fc Receptors and Antibody Effector Functions (36 mins) / Dr. Mike Clark - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

The Generation of Diversity in Antibody Genes (60 mins) / Prof. Michael Neuberger - MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Harnessing Tolerance Mechanisms with Monoclonal Antibodies (36 mins) / Prof. Herman Waldmann - Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Human Antibodies Produced in Mice (26 mins) / Dr. Marianne Bruggemann - The Babraham Institute, UK

2007-10-01

The Immunogenicity Problem in Antibody Therapy (22 mins) / Prof. Herman Waldmann - Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, UK

2007-10-01

Innate Immunity to Retroelements by Human AID/APOBEC3 Proteins (51 mins) / Prof. Reuben Harris - University of Minnesota, USA

2007-10-01

Monitoring Therapy with Antibodies (46 mins) / Prof. Geoffrey Hale - University of Oxford and BioAnaLab Ltd., UK

2007-10-01

Monoclonal Antibodies and the ErbB System in Human Cancer (40 mins) / Prof. Mark Greene - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Monoclonal Antibodies in the Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis (42 mins) / Prof. John Isaacs - University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

2007-10-01

New Strategies to Prevent Transplant Rejection: From Molecules to Mice to Monkeys to Man (52 mins) / Prof. Christian Larsen - Emory Transplant Center, Emory University, USA

2007-10-01

Novel Immunotherapeutic Proteins: Immunoligand (36 mins) / Prof. Terry Strom - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Cente and Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

VEGF Inhibitors for Anti-Angiogenic Therapy (71 mins) / Prof. Kari Alitalo etc - Molecular/Cancer Biology Laboratory, University of Helsinki, Finland

2007-10-01

Natural Killer Cell Biology (Natural killer cell-mediated immunity to pathogens and cancer)

Disarming of autoreactive NK cells (46 mins) / Prof. David Raulet - University of California, Berkeley, USA

2009-09-23

Education and tuning of natural killer cells (53 mins) / Prof. Eric Vivier etc - Centre d'Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy, France

2009-09-23

Evolution of NK cell receptors (42 mins) / Prof. John Trowsdale - University of Cambridge, UK

2009-09-23

The evolution of variation at the killer cell immunoglobulin like receptor gene complex of human disease (26 mins) / Dr. Mary Carrington - National Cancer Institute, Frederick, USA

2009-09-23

Immunodeficiencies and genetic mutations affecting NK cells in humans (53 mins) / Dr. Jordan Orange - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA

2009-09-23

Natural killer cell development (23 mins) / Dr. Francesco Colucci - Babraham Institute, University of Cambridge, UK

2009-09-23

Natural killer cells: development, diversity and applications to human disease (48 mins) / Prof. Mike Caligiuri - Ohio State University, USA

2009-09-23

NK cell signaling to cytotoxicity - part I (55 mins) / Prof. Dan Billadeau - Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

2010-10-20

NK cell signaling to cytotoxicity - parts II & III (39 mins) / Prof. Dan Billadeau - Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

2010-10-20

NK cell subsets and interactions with dendritic cells (58 mins) / Prof. Christian Münz - University of Zurich, Switzerland

2010-01-28

NK cells in viral immunity (38 mins) / Prof. Lewis Lanier - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2009-09-23

Neurodegenerative Diseases (Fundamentals, Research Methods, Latest Advances)

Alzheimer's Disease (AD) (51 mins) / Prof. John Hodges - MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Atypical Parkinsonian Syndromes (35 mins) / Dr. David Burn - Institute of Neuroscience, University of Newcastle, UK

2007-10-01

Experimental Therapies in Alzheimer's Disease: the Development and Use of Mouse Models (38 mins) / Prof. David Westaway - Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases, University of Toronto, Canada

2007-10-01

Frontotemporal Dementia (32 mins) / Prof. Bruce Miller - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2010-02-14

Frontotemporal Dementia Syndromes (53 mins) / Prof. John Hodges - MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Huntington's Disease: an Overview (24 mins) / Dr. Roger Barker - Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Metals, Oxidative Stress and Neurodegeneration (46 mins) / Prof. Ashley Bush - University of Melbourne, Australia and Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Disorders and Neurodegeneration (37 mins) / Prof. Anthony Schapira - Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University College London, UK

2007-10-01

The Molecular Biology of Huntington's Disease (42 mins) / Prof. David Rubinsztein - Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR), Addenbrooke's Hospital, UK

2007-10-01

A Molecular Understanding of Alzheimer's Disease (42 mins) / Prof. John Hardy - Laboratory of Neurogenetics, National Institute of Aging, NIH, USA

2007-10-01

Motor Neurone Disease: Clinical Aspects (38 mins) / Dr. Kevin Talbot - Department of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford, Radcliffe Infirmary, UK

2007-10-01

Motor Neurone Disease: Molecular Basis (36 mins) / Dr. Kevin Talbot - Department of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford, Radcliffe Infirmary, UK

2007-10-01

Mutations in Parkinsonian Syndromes (45 mins) / Dr. Andrew Singleton - Laboratory of Neurogenetics, NIA, Porter Neuroscience Research Center, USA

2007-10-01

Neurodegenerative Disease: Expression Levels of Normal Sequence Pathogenic Proteins Contribute to Risk of Disease (21 mins) / Prof. John Hardy - Laboratory of Neurogenetics, National Institute of Aging, NIH, USA

2007-10-01

Neuro-imaging in Dementia: Using MRI in Routine Work-Up (25 mins) / Prof. Philip Scheltens - VU University Hospital, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2007-10-01

Neuropathology of Neurodegenerative Disorders (29 mins) / Prof. Jillian Kril - CERA, Concord Repatriation General Hospital, University of Sydney, Australia

2007-10-01

Parkinson Disease (57 mins) / Prof. Stanley Fahn - Columbia University, USA

2007-10-01

Parkinson's Disease and Transplants (61 mins) / Dr. Roger Barker - Cambridge Centre for Brain Repair, University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

PET Ligands and Metabolic Brain Imaging (40 mins) / Prof. Karl Herholz - Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre, University of Manchester, UK

2007-10-01

Prion Diseases (53 mins) / Prof. Pierluigi Gambetti - Department of Pathology, Case Western Reverse University, USA

2007-10-01

The Role of MAPT (Tau) in Neurodegenerative Disease: One Bullet with Many Triggers (51 mins) / Prof. Michael Hutton - Department of Neuroscience, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Ubiquitination and Alzheimer Related Disorders (12 mins) / Prof. John Mayer - The School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Non-Clinical Testing for Toxicity of Pharmaceuticals (Regulatory and Practical Standards for Testing and Application)

Cellular and molecular toxicology (56 mins) / Dr. Dominic Williams - University of Liverpool

2009-07-30

Drug induced liver injury: a clinical perspective (38 mins) / Prof. Victor Navarro - Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, USA

2009-07-30

Evaluation of the adult nervous system in preclinical studies (42 mins) / Dr. Mark Butt - Tox Path Specialists, USA

2009-07-30

General introduction to non-clinical toxicity testing of pharmaceuticals (30 mins) / Dr. Andrea Weir - Charles River Laboratories, USA

2009-09-16

Genetic toxicology (42 mins) / Dr. Roderick Todd Bunch - Drug Safety Evaluation, Bristol Myers Squibb, USA

2009-07-30

Hematology interpretation for toxicity studies (43 mins) / Dr. Nancy Everds - Clinical Pathology, Amgen Inc., USA

2009-08-26

Introduction to toxicogenomics and example case studies (45 mins) / Dr. Cindy Afshari - Amgen Inc., USA

2009-08-09

Non-clinical development of pharmaceuticals using engineered animal models (56 mins) / Dr. Brad Bolon - GEMpath Inc., USA

2009-07-30

Non-clinical toxicity testing for vaccines (13 mins) / Dr. Lisa Plitnick - Merck & Co Inc., USA

2009-07-30

Overview of non-clinical safety assessment in drug development (31 mins) / Dr. Danuta Herzyk - Merck Research Laboratories, Merck & Co., USA

2010-08-09

Pharmacokinetics, toxicokinetics and safety margins (43 mins) / Dr. Mark Rogge - Biogen Idec, USA

2009-07-30

Preclinical safety evaluation of biopharmaceuticals: science-based approach of facilitating clinical trials (46 mins) / Dr. Joy Cavagnaro - Access BIO, USA

2009-07-30

Regulatory guidance on toxicity testing of pharmaceuticals: ICH (34 mins) / Dr. John Kapeghian - Preclinical Safety Associates, USA

2009-08-05

Reproductive and developmental toxicology (22 mins) / Dr. Alan Hoberman etc - Charles River Preclinical Services, USA

2009-07-30

Safety pharmacology in human pharmaceutical development (56 mins) / Dr. R. Dusty Sarazan - Covance Laboratories Inc., USA

2009-07-30

Toxicity testing for oncology drugs (36 mins) / Dr. Theresa Reynolds etc - Department of Safety Assessment, Genentech, USA

2009-07-30

Toxicity testing of impurities and metabolites (48 mins) / Dr. Kurt Black - Amgen Inc., USA

2009-07-30

Toxicology of the kidney (61 mins) / Prof. Lawrence Lash - Wayne State University School of Medicine, USA

2009-07-30

Toxicology testing standards: good laboratory practices and the institutional animal care committee (48 mins) / Dr. Peter Thomas - Covance Laboratories Inc., USA

2009-07-30

Obesity (Epidemiology, Etiology, Consequences and Treatment)

Adipose tissue metabolism and obesity (56 mins) / Dr. Max Lafontan - INSERM, Paul Sabatier University, France

2009-01-20

Adipose-immune interactions in obesity (47 mins) / Dr. Vishwa Dixit - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA

2009-05-07

Assessment of Obesity and Classification of Patients: Historical Perspectives and Current Practice (37 mins) / Prof. George Bray - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University, USA

2007-10-01

Bariatric / Obesity Surgery (34 mins) / Prof. Henry Buchwald - University of Minnesota, USA

2007-10-01

Bariatric surgery: techniques and mechanisms of action (34 mins) / Prof. Walter Pories - East Carolina University, USA

2009-04-30

Body composition (60 mins) / Dr. Steven Heymsfield - Global Director, Scientific Affairs, Merck & Co, USA

2009-01-20

Can Obesity be Prevented in the Current Obesogenic Environment? (48 mins) / Prof. Boyd Swinburn - WHO Collaborating Center for Obesity Prevention, Deakin University, Australia

2007-10-01

Childhood Obesity: implications for future health (39 mins) / Prof. Peter T. Katzmarzyk - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA

2010-09-27

The Developmental Origins of Obesity (29 mins) / Prof. David Barker - University of Southampton, UK, and Oregon Health and Science University, USA

2007-10-01

Dietary Determinants of Obesity (47 mins) / Prof. Arne Astrup - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark

2007-10-01

Disorders of Overeating (22 mins) / Prof. Albert Stunkard - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Ectopic fat: causes, consequences and treatment (44 mins) / Prof. Steven Smith - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, USA

2009-04-30

Energy expenditure in the lean and obese (42 mins) / Prof. Dale Schoeller - University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA

2009-01-27

Environmental Causes of Obesity: Sociocultural, Built Environment and Economic Factors (42 mins) / Prof. Shiriki Kumanyika - Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of Pennsylvania, USA

2007-10-01

Epidemiology of Obesity (40 mins) / Prof. Jacob Seidell - Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Gastrointestinal peptides and food intake regulation (41 mins) / Prof. Stephen Bloom - Imperial College London, UK

2009-03-31

Health benefits of intentional weight loss (39 mins) / Prof. Xavier Pi-Sunyer - Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, USA

2009-05-31

Health Economics of Obesity: New Insights (46 mins) / Dr. Anne Wolf - University of Virginia School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Lifestyle Modification for Weight Control (44 mins) / Prof. Thomas Wadden - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Metabolic, Adipose Tissue and Muscle Predictors of Obesity (59 mins) / Prof. Ian Macdonald - University of Nottingham Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Neural Control of Food Intake and Energy Balance (41 mins) / Prof. Hans-Rudolf Berthoud - Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University, USA

2007-10-01

New Standards in Weight Management: Recent and Future Drugs for the Treatment of Obesity (44 mins) / Prof. Luc Van Gaal - Antwerp University Faculty of Medicine, Belgium

2007-10-01

Obesity and adiponectin (33 mins) / Prof. Philip Scherer - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA

2009-04-26

Obesity and Mortality: Questions and Controversy (48 mins) / Prof. David Allison - University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

2007-10-01

Obesity, Diabetes and the Cluster of the Metabolic Syndrome (37 mins) / Prof. Peter Wilson - Emory University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Obesity, Dyslipoproteinemia and Inflammation (46 mins) / Prof. Robert Eckel - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, USA

2007-10-01

Obesity, Weight Loss and Health-Related Quality of Life (20 mins) / Prof. Aila Rissanen etc - Obesity Research Unit, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Finland

2007-10-01

Pathophysiology and Management of Obesity Related Hypertension (23 mins) / Prof. Arya Sharma - Michael G. deGroote School of Medicine, McMaster University, Canada

2007-10-01

Physical Inactivity as a Determinant of Obesity (42 mins) / Prof. Wim Saris - Nutrition and Toxicology Research Institute Maastricht (NUTRIM), University of Maastricht, The Netherlands

2007-10-01

Understanding Obesity: Genes and Environment in the Determination of Body Weight (65 mins) / Prof. Rudy Leibel - Columbia University, USA

2007-10-01

Pain and the Control of Pain (Pain transmission, regulation and management)

Central sensitization (48 mins) / Prof. Clifford Woolf - Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-01-26

Clinical pharmacology of pain (71 mins) / Prof. Eija Kalso - University of Finland, Finland

2010-02-25

Cortical spreading depression and translational mechanisms in migraine headache (37 mins) / Prof. Michael Moskowitz - Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA

2009-01-26

Descending control systems (43 mins) / Prof. Ronald Dubner - University of Maryland Dental School, USA

2009-04-14

Forebrain mechanisms of pain modulation (22 mins) / Prof. M. Catherine Bushnell - McGill University, Montreal, Canada

2009-01-26

Functional pain disorders (40 mins) / Prof. Emeran Mayer - University of California, Los Angeles, USA

2009-01-26

The genetics of pain (37 mins) / Prof. Jeffrey S. Mogil - McGill University, Montreal, Canada

2009-01-26

Neuropathic pain: presentation, mechanisms and management (46 mins) / Dr. Chris Wells - Pain Relief Foundation, Liverpool, UK

2009-06-30

Opioid receptor pharmacology and pain (36 mins) / Prof. Margarita Puig - Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona at Hospital del Mar, Spain

2009-01-26

Pain in children (47 mins) / Prof. Patricia McGrath - The Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto, Canada

2009-06-30

Pain mechanisms in the spinal cord (46 mins) / Prof. Fernando Cervero - McGill University, Montreal, Canada

2009-01-26

Pain processing in early life (35 mins) / Prof. Maria Fitzgerald - University College London, UK

2010-02-25

Primary afferent nociceptors (43 mins) / Prof. Hermann Handwerker - University of Erlangen, Germany

2009-01-26

Psychological approaches to pain (63 mins) / Prof. Jennifer Haythornthwaite - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA

2009-01-26

Sodium channels and pain (40 mins) / Prof. Stephen Waxman - Yale University, USA

2009-01-26

Spinal drug delivery: technology, biology and toxicology (48 mins) / Prof. Tony Yaksh - University of California, San Diego, USA

2009-01-26

Thalamo-cortical pain mechanisms (41 mins) / Prof. Frederick Lenz - Johns Hopkins University, USA

2009-03-22

Visceral pain and visceral hypersensitivity (52 mins) / Prof. Gerald Gebhart - University of Pittsburgh, USA

2009-01-26

Pharmaceutical Marketing (Latest insights, challenges, solutions and trends)

The evolution and role of continuous medical education (CME) (26 mins) / Ms. Barbara Macelloni - Medical Education Director, Sudler & Hennessey International, Italy

2009-02-25

The future of branding within the pharmaceutical industry (33 mins) / Mr. Giles D. Moss - Founder, Pharma Brand Logic, Belgium

2009-01-28

Getting the most from your life sciences advertising agency: how can doctors be influenced? (32 mins) / Mr. Barry Gowers - Partner, Gowers Consultancy, UK

2009-01-28

Pricing in the pharmaceutical industry (41 mins) / Dr. E. Mick Kolassa - CEO and Managing Partner, Medical Marketing Economics, USA

2009-01-28

Pricing, reimbursement and market access issues in the United States and Europe (54 mins) / Mr. Lee Blansett etc - Senior Vice President, MattsonJack DaVinci, USA

2009-01-28

Reputation, image and influence of the pharmaceutical industry: rebuilding the trust (22 mins) / Ms. Jane Parker - CEO, InterbrandHealth, USA

2009-01-28

Understanding the physician (42 mins) / Mr. Mike Owen - CEO, Brand Health International, UK

2009-01-28

Physiology and Pathophysiology of Neuroglia

Astroglia in neuropathology (44 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2011-06-29

Cell biology and physiology of astroglia (44 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2011-06-29

Glial calcium signalling (39 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2011-06-29

Mechanisms of glutamate release from astrocytes (49 mins) / Prof. Vladimir Parpura - University of Alabama, USA

2011-06-29

Neuronal-glial chemical transmission mediated by glutamate and ATP (42 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2011-06-29

Properties of Regulated Exocytosis in Astrocytes (39 mins) / Prof. Robert Zorec - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

2011-06-29

Where the thoughts dwell: history of neuroscience and introduction into neuroglia (50 mins) / Prof. Alexei Verkhratsky - University of Manchester, UK

2011-06-29

Prions and Amyloids(Self-propagating protein structures in mammals, yeast and fungi)

[PIN+]: prions beget prions (42 mins) / Prof. Susan Liebman - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

2008-09-04

Chaperones and prions (42 mins) / Prof. Yury Chernoff - Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

2008-09-04

The dark side of amyloid: Pmel17, a natural amyloid in melanosome biogenesis (52 mins) / Dr. Michael Marks - University of Pennsylvania, USA

2008-09-04

Generation and propagation of infectious prions by cyclic amplification of protein misfolding (53 mins) / Prof. Claudio Soto - University of Texas Medical Branch, USA

2008-09-04

The genetics and biology of the [Het-s] prion of Podospora (43 mins) / Prof. Sven Saupe - University of Bordeaux, France

2008-09-04

Mechanism of prion generation in vitro (31 mins) / Dr. Surachai Supattapone - Dartmouth Medical School, USA

2008-09-04

Mechanisms of yeast prion propagation (54 mins) / Prof. Mick Tuite - University of Kent, UK

2008-09-04

Molecular structure of amyloid and prion fibrils: insights from solid state NMR (43 mins) / Dr. Robert Tycko - National Institutes of Health, USA

2008-09-04

Predicting TSE transmission (41 mins) / Prof. Jean Manson - BBSRC/MRC Neuropathogenesis Unit, Roslin Institute, UK

2008-10-22

Prions and amyloids: introduction (30 mins) / Dr. Reed Wickner - National Institutes of Health, USA

2008-09-04

Propagation and variability of the yeast [PSI+] prion (31 mins) / Prof. Michael Ter-Avanesyan - Cardiology Research Center, Russia

2008-09-04

Similarities between prion diseases and other neurodegenerative diseases (48 mins) / Prof. John Hardy - Laboratory of Neurogenetics, National Institute of Aging, NIH, USA

2008-09-04

The structure of amyloid fibrils of the HET-s (218-289) prion as seen by solid-state NMR (33 mins) / Prof. Beat Meier - ETH Zurich, Switzerland

2008-09-04

Transgenic mouse models of prion diseases (26 mins) / Prof. Glenn Telling - University of Kentucky, USA

2008-09-04

Yeast and fungal prions: a help or a hindrance? (30 mins) / Dr. Reed Wickner - National Institutes of Health, USA

2008-09-04

Yeast prions and protein chaperones (36 mins) / Dr. Daniel Masison - National Institutes of Health, USA

2008-09-04

Protein Epidemiology (Understanding Human Diseases at the Level of Protein Structure and Function)

Acid beta-Glucosidase/Glucocerebrosidase (GCase) (44 mins) / Prof. Gregory Grabowski - Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

The Biology and Pathobiology of von Willebrand Factor (42 mins) / Prof. David Lillicrap - Queen's University, Canada

2007-10-01

Cathepsin K in Bone and Joint Diseases (34 mins) / Prof. Dieter Bromme - University of British Columbia, Canada

2007-10-01

Cytochrome b5 Reductase Deficiency and Hereditary Methemoglobinemia (24 mins) / Prof. Josef Prchal - University of Utah, USA

2007-10-01

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (40 mins) / Prof. Jeff Chamberlain - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Fabry Disease: alfa-Galactosidase A Deficiency and Enzyme Replacement Therapy (22 mins) / Prof. David Warnock - University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

2007-10-01

Factor IX (34 mins) / Prof. Bruce Furie - Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

Factor VIII and Haemophilia A (32 mins) / Dr. Geoffrey Kemball-Cook - MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College London, UK

2007-10-01

Fibrinogen and Factor XIII (40 mins) / Prof. John Weisel - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Fibrinolysis (26 mins) / Prof. Edward Tuddenham - Royal Free Hospital and University College Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Fundamentals and Principles for Engineering Proteolytic Activity (45 mins) / Prof. Charles Craik - University of California, San Francisco, USA

2007-10-01

Genetic Disorders of Carbonic Anhydrases II and IV (44 mins) / Prof. William Sly - St. Louis University School of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency (45 mins) / Dr. Jane Leopold - Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA

2007-10-01

GM2 Gangliosidoses (39 mins) / Prof. Don Mahuran - The Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto, Canada

2007-10-01

Heritable Disorders of Collagen (46 mins) / Dr. Heather Yeowell - Duke University Medical Center, USA

2007-10-01

Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (40 mins) / Prof. J. Evan Sadler - Washington University in St. Louis, USA

2007-10-01

Inborn Errors of Ketone Body Metabolism (44 mins) / Dr. Toshiyuki Fukao - Gifu University, Japan

2007-10-01

Kinetic Analysis of Protein Activity (48 mins) / Prof. Antonio Baici - University of Zurich, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (49 mins) / Prof. Volkmar Gieselmann - Institut fur Physiologische Chemie, University of Bonn, Germany

2007-10-01

Mitochondrial Fatty Acid Oxidation Deficiencies (29 mins) / Prof. Niels Gregersen - University of Aarhus, Denmark

2007-10-01

Modifications of Pyruvate Handling in Health and Disease (36 mins) / Prof. Mary Sugden - Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK

2007-10-01

Multiple Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenation Deficiency: Defects of Electron Transfer Flavoproteins (27 mins) / Dr. Rikke Olsen - University of Aarhus, Denmark

2007-10-01

The Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses (27 mins) / Prof. Sandra Hofmann - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, USA

2007-10-01

Perspectives in Biological Catalysis (74 mins) / Prof. Stephen Benkovic - The Pennsylvania State University, USA

2007-10-01

The Physiology and Pathology of Coagulation Factor XI (40 mins) / Dr. David Gailani - Vanderbilt University, USA

2007-10-01

Pleiotropic and Epistatic Genes in Sickle Cell Anaemia (39 mins) / Prof. Ronald Nagel - Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Crystallography (33 mins) / Prof. Michael James - University of Alberta, Canada

2007-10-01

The Protein C-Thrombomodulin Mechanism: Regulating Multiple Biological Systems (45 mins) / Prof. Edward Conway - Center for Transgene Technology and Therapy, University of Leuven, Belgium

2007-10-01

Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency (38 mins) / Prof. Alberto Zanella - Fondazione IRCCS Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Italy

2007-10-01

Regulation of Blood Coagulation by the Serpin, Antithrombin (48 mins) / Prof. Steve Olson - University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

2007-10-01

Rhodopsin and Retinitis Pigmentosa (37 mins) / Dr. Shalesh Kaushal - University of Florida, USA

2007-10-01

Serpins and Serpinopathies (21 mins) / Dr. James Whisstock - Monash University, Australia

2007-10-01

Structure of Thrombin, a Janus-Headed Proteinase (36 mins) / Prof. Wolfram Bode - Max-Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

2007-10-01

Tissue Factor and Factor VII: Initiation of Blood Coagulation (26 mins) / Dr. John McVey - MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College London, UK

2007-10-01

Understanding Protein Variability Through Functional Analysis of Random Mutagenesis (28 mins) / Prof. Andrew Kaplan - University of North Carolina, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Folding, Aggregation and Design (Concepts, Experiments, Theories and Mechanisms)

Amyloidosis: Disease Caused by Amyloid (60 mins) / Prof. Mark Pepys - UK NHS National Amyloidosis Centre, Centre for Amyloidosis and Acute Phase Proteins, Department of Medicine, Royal Free and University College Medical School, UK

2007-10-01

Basic Studies of Protein Folding and Stability: The Folding of Related Protein Families (31 mins) / Dr. Jane Clarke - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Chaperone mechanisms in cellular protein folding (34 mins) / Prof. Dr. F. Ulrich Hartl - Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany

2007-10-01

Design and Engineering of Zinc-Finger Domains (46 mins) / Dr. Jacqui Matthews - University of Sydney, Australia

2007-10-01

Fast Folding Dynamics of Small Proteins: Placing Limits on Diffusional Limits (47 mins) / Dr. Stephen Hagen - University of Florida, USA

2007-10-01

Folding and Design of Helical Repeat Proteins (48 mins) / Prof. Lynne Regan - Yale University, USA

2007-10-01

Mechanisms of Protein Folding Reactions (55 mins) / Prof. Thomas Kiefhaber - Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Protein Dynamics, Unfolding and Misfolding (58 mins) / Prof. Valerie Daggett - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Novel Proteins from Designed Combinatorial Libraries (49 mins) / Prof. Michael Hecht - Princeton University, USA

2007-10-01

Prediction and Design of Protein Structures and Interactions (47 mins) / Prof. David Baker - University of Washington, USA

2007-10-01

Prion Diseases (41 mins) / Prof. Fred Cohen - University of California San Francisco, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Aggregation, Metals and Oxidative Stress in Neurodegenerative Diseases (44 mins) / Prof. David Allsop - Lancaster University, UK

2007-10-01

Protein Folding (36 mins) / Prof. Eugene Shakhnovich - Harvard University, USA

2007-10-01

Protein Folding and Dynamics from Single Molecule Spectroscopy (34 mins) / Prof. Dr. Benjamin Schuler - Biochemisches Institut, Universitat Zurich, Switzerland

2007-10-01

Protein Folding and Misfolding: From Theory to Therapy (69 mins) / Prof. Christopher Dobson - University of Cambridge, UK

2007-10-01

Protein Folding Inside the Cell: Macromolecular Crowding and Protein Aggregation (42 mins) / Emeritus Professor (FRS) R. John Ellis - University of Warwick, UK

2007-10-01

The Sequence Determinants of Amyloid Fibril Formation (35 mins) / Prof. Fabrizio Chiti - Universita di Firenze, Italy

2007-10-01

Simulating Protein Folding with Full Atomistic Detail (42 mins) / Prof. Vijay Pande - Stanford University, USA

2007-10-01