Monday Noon Seminars

Until further notice, Hope Center/Department of Neurology Monday Noon Seminars will be on Zoom Read More


Monday Noon seminars are hosted by the Hope Center and the Department of Neurology.  Talks are organized around mini-series topics; each mini-series is organized by Hope Center faculty members to feature investigators from Washington University as well as one outside speaker. Monday Noon seminars run during the academic year, typically September through May.

All seminars are listed on the Office of Neuroscience Research (ONR) Calendar.

For inquiries, contact John Cirrito or Cindy Lawrence.

Mini-Series Topics:

Complement in Neurodegeneration
G-protein-coupled-receptors in health and diseases
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Microbiome and Neurological Disease
Neurodegeneration of the Retina
Joint Hope Center/Development Biology series

2021/2022 Monday Noon Seminars

Mondays, 12-1p
September – June
Zoom conference

Stay tuned for the speakers and titles!

Complement in Neurodegeneration

Organizers, Pat Sheehan, Erik Musiek (WashU Neurology)

  • September 27
  • October 4
  • October 11
  • October 25
  • November 1

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Organizer, Timothy Miller (WashU Neurology)

  • November 22
  • November 29
  • December 6
  • December 13
  • December 20

Microbiome and Neurological Disease

Organizers, Dong-oh Seo, David Holtzman (WashU Neurology)

  • January 3
  • January 10
  • January 24
  • January 31
  • February 7

G-protein-coupled-receptors in health and diseases

Organizer, Yao Chen (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience)

  • February 14
  • February 21
  • February 28
  • March 7

Neurodegeneration of the Retina

Organizer, Phil Williams (WashU Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences)

  • March 21
  • March 28
  • April 4
  • April 11

 Joint series with the Department of Developmental Biology

  • May 2
  • May 9
  • May 16
  • May 23

Suggest Mini-Series Topics

Please keep in mind:

  • Anyone (PI or lab member) can suggest topics.
  • Each mini-series typically includes three speakers from Washington University, and one outside investigator.
  • You do not have to suggest particular WashU or outside speakers but, if you have suggestions, please include.

Submit mini-series topic(s)

Past Mini-Series Topics

Mini-series topics from previous seasons.

Previous mini-series