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K-State Today

January 23, 2017



Anatomy and physiology department announces spring seminar series

By Joe Montgomery

The anatomy and physiology department in the College of Veterinary Medicine has announced the schedule for its spring 2017 seminar series.

Hans Coetzee, department head, said there will be an emphasis on TED-style talks.

"Currently the Anatomy and Physiology Seminar Series is focused on the in-depth exploration of specialized topics in biomedical research," Coetzee said. "However, in order to engage the broader university community and to foster collaborations across departments, we are exploring the use of a 'TED-style' format for our seminar series this spring."

"TED-style presentations are about spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks," he said. "This format provides a unique opportunity for our faculty to showcase current topics and ideas that we are passionate about in the area of research and teaching. Our goal is to provide colleagues across the university an opportunity to connect with the faculty in our department and gain a greater understanding of what it is that we do."

Each of the seminars will be at 4 p.m. Mondays in the Mara Conference Center on the fourth floor of Trotter Hall.

  • Jan. 30: Hans Coetzee and Meena Kumari
  • Feb. 6: Mark Weiss and Thitikan Jirakittisonthon
  • Feb. 13: Jim Lillich and Butch KuKanich
  • Feb. 20: Bruce Schultz and Daniel Marcus
  • Feb. 27: Philine Wangemann and Ronette Gehring
  • March 6: Paige Geiger, GSA sponsored lecture, partnered with CHE and hosted by David Poole
  • March 13: Howard Erickson and Peying Fong
  • March 20: Spring break — No seminar
  • March 27: Deryl Troyer, Masaaki Tamura and David Poole
  • April 3: No seminar
  • April 10: Zhoumeng Lin, Jeffery Comer and Seong-O Choi
  • April 17: Jishu Shi, Antje Anji and Kyoungju Choi
  • April 24: Jianzhong Yu and Robert DeLong
  • May 1 Yulan Xiong, Tim Musch and Judy Klimek

For more information about the seminars, please contact Dee Roblyer at droblyer@vet.k-state.edu or call 785-532-5666.