Check back for information on our 5th Annual Symposium coming in Fall 2024.

Past Symposia

Online bi-weekly seminar series, Thursdays 8-9 am Pacific Time, covering current state-of-the-art research related to sarcomere structure and function.

To Subscribe to the Sarcomere Society email list and receive Zoom links to attend please click here.

Contact the Sarcomere Society Speaker Selection Committee – Drs Matt Childers, Sage Malingen, and Christian Mandrycky – to let us know about exciting new research you would like to present at an upcoming seminar (mcc7fb@uw.edu).

Apr 4, 2024

Speaker: Dr. Steffen Lindert, Ohio State University

Talk Title: Mechanism of Calcium Sensitivity Modulation of Cardiac Troponin C by Small Molecules Illuminated by Umbrella Sampling Simulations.

Apr 18, 2024

Speaker: Dr. Brett Colson, Associate Professor of Cellular & Molecular Medicine, University of Arizona

Talk Title: Cardiac myosin-binding protein C N-terminal interactions with myosin, actin, and drugs

May 2, 2024

Speaker: TBA

Talk Title: TBA

Breakfast Club Seminar Series

Weekly Thursdays from 9-10 am at the UW SLU campus & Zoom

Breakfast Club is a SLU seminar event hosted weekly by UW faculty members from various fields and departments including cardiology, pathology, metabolism, molecular and cellar biology, and other biomedical and genome science related disciplines. Each week an esteemed speaker, either local or invited Distinguished Lecturers from out of town, will come to give a 50-minute presentation plus 10-minutes for questions on topics in cardiovascular biology ranging from research to general health issues to scientific methodology.

CTMR-Hosted Speakers in 2024

This academic year the CTMR proud to host 5 Distinguished Lecturers at the Breakfast Club Seminar Series! See the amazing line-up below.

May 16, 2024: Andrew McCulloch, UCSD

May 30, 2024: Ken Taylor, Florida State University

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CTMR-Hosted Workshops & Trainings

Check back here for workshops and trainings hosted by the CTMR.

The International Sarcomere Society Seminar Series is hosted by Drs. Mike Regnier, Mike Geeves, and Bill Lehman.