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Diversity Committee Online Events

March 9 at 1:00pm | Richard Reddick


richard reddick 2621 thumbOn Tuesday, March 9 at 1:00pm EST, the NAVBO Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee will present its inaugural webinar entitled, "A Discussion about Diversity and Equity with Dr. Richard Reddick."  The session will be co-moderated by Drs. Mahdi Garelnabi and Masanori Aikawa.  

 

Richard J. Reddick, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Equity, Community Engagement, and Outreach for the College of Education
University of Texas in Austin

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Vascular Biology 2021

October 24-28, 2021 | Monterey, CA - Abstract Deadline is August 1


AsilomarMerrillWebVascular Biology is the annual meeting of the North American Vascular Biology Organization.  This meeting will feature the Developmental Vascular Biology and Genetics Workshop and the Vascular Matrix Biology and Bioengineering Workshop plus special symposia, a keynote lecture by Mary Dickinson, Baylor College of Medicine, entitled, "Plumbing the embryo: Genetic and mechanical mechanism needed for early blood flow," a Pre-Conference Meeting for and organized by trainees, Award Lectures, joint symposia on Mechanotransduction, and Vascular Therapeutics, and of course posters and exhibits.  Travel Awards for trainees will be available.

Speakers are confirmed and listed.

We are currently planning to hold an inperson meeting, but realize that many attendees may still have restricted travel, therefore, we are looking to include virtual elements as well.  Either setting (virtual or in-person) will offer great opportunities for attendees and presenters.

Go to the meeting web site.

Webinar Series

March 4 at 1:00pm | Guillermo Oliver


Oliver 1On Thursday, March 4 at 1:00pm EST, NAVBO will present our newest webinar entitled, "The lymphatic vasculature: developmental mechanisms and functional roles" by

 

Guillermo Oliver, Ph.D.
Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute
Northwestern University

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Inflammatory cells in a healing wound (red and blue). The green cells have undergone apoptsis. Mouse skin.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Keratinized mouse skin.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Inflammatory cells (blue) entering a mouse skin wound near to a blood vessel. Apoptotic cells are stained green.
Maria Febbraio Lab, University of Alberta
Human endothelial cells exposed to BMP sprouting in fibrin matrix. Actin cytoskeleton in depth encoded colors.
Lauren Saunders (Bautch Lab)
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Awards

Drs. D'Amore, Red-Horse and Chen
2020 Meritorious Awards

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Clint Miller, Ph.D.
University of Virginia

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