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New Releases to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection in Henry Stewart Talks

New Releases to The Biomedical & Life Sciences Collection in Henry Stewart Talks:

Over 1,800 lectures by leading world experts.

The members of Washington University School of Medicine have full access to all the lectures at: http://www.hstalks.com/access/. 

New and Updated Series

New Series: Wound Healing (10 lectures) 
Edited by Prof Gregory Schulz, University of Florida, USA 

Updates Series: Diabetes in Perspective (19 lectures) 
Edited by Prof Paul Zimmet and Prof Jonathan Shaw, Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, Australia 

Updated Series: Macrophage Heterogeneity and Function (26 lectures)
Edited by Prof Siamon Gordon, Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, UK

Updated Series: Protein Homeostasis (28 lectures)
Edited by Prof Walid A. Houry, University of Toronto, Canada

Updated Series: Skin Biology (9 lectures)
​Edited by Prof Desmond J. Tobin, University of Bradford, UK

Updated Series: Vector-Borne Diseases (21 lectures)
​Edited by Prof John EdmanEmeritus Professor and Director, Center for Vector-Borne Diseases, University of California, Davis, USA

Updated Series: Small Molecule Drug Discovery (16 lectures)
​Edited by Dr Michelle R. Arkin.  University of California, San Francisco

Speaker line ups:

Wound Healing: series edited by Prof Gregory Schulz, University of Florida, USA 

  1. Dynamic reciprocity and wound healing​ 
    Prof. Ira M. Herman, Tufts University, USA
  2. Wound bed preparation and TIME 
    Prof. David Leaper, Cardiff University, UK
  3. Biofilm based wound care
    Dr. Randall Wolcott, Southwest Wound Clinic, USA
  4. Negative pressure wound therapy: mechanisms of action and clinical uses
    Prof. Dennis P. Orgill, Harvard University, USA
  5. Molecular and cellular regulation of wound healing; what goes wrong when wounds fail to heal or heal too much?
    Prof. Gregory Schultz, University of Florida, USA
  6. Understanding poor Lymphatic function and how to improve it 
    Prof. Neil Piller, Flinders University, South Australia
  7. Biofilms and chronic wounds: winning the war in wounds
    Prof. Gregory Schultz, University of Florida, USA
  8. Deep tissue injury: the state of the science
    Prof. Joyce Black, University of Nebraska, USA
  9. Genes in skin wound healing: microRNAs - Part 1 of 2
    Prof. Chandan K. Sen, Ohio State University, USA
  10. Genes in skin wound healing: microRNAs - Part 2 of 2
    Prof. Chandan K. Sen, Ohio State University, USA

Diabetes in Perspective, series edited by Prof Paul Zimmet and Prof Jonathan Shaw, Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, Australia 

  1. Pre-gestational diabetes and pregnancy
    Prof. Jeremy J. N. Oats, University of Melbourne, Australia

Macrophage Heterogeneity and Function, series edited by Prof Siamon Gordon, Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, UK

  1. Airway macrophages in health and disease
    Prof. Tracy Hussel, University of Manchester, UK

Protein Homeostasis, series edited by Prof Walid A. Houry, University of Toronto, Canada

  1. Protein degradation and defense against neurodegenerative disease part 1 of 2
    Prof. Alfred Goldberg, Harvard Medical School, USA
  2. Protein degradation and defense against neurodegenerative disease part 2 of 2
    Prof. Alfred Goldberg, Harvard Medical School, USA

Skin Biology, series ​edited by Prof Desmond J. Tobin, University of Bradford, UK

  1. Skin innervation
    Prof. Martin Schmelz, Mannheim Heidelberg University, DE

Vector-Borne Diseases, series edited by Prof John EdmanEmeritus Professor and Director, Center for Vector-Borne Diseases, University of California, Davis, USA

  1. Surveillance, prevention and control of vector-borne infections
    Prof. Jonathan Day, University of Florida, US

Small Molecule Drug Discovery, series edited by Dr Michelle R. Arkin.  University of California, San Francisco

  1. The challenge of developing drugs for neglected parasitic diseases
    Prof. James Mckerrow, University of California San Francisco, USA

 

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