Science Seminars at Southeast Campus
Tulsa Community College
The Science and Math Department on the Southeast Campus of Tulsa Community College is again hosting weekly seminars on a variety of subjects related to science, healthcare and biotechnology.
OUR SEMINARS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
These are 1 hour seminars held on alternating Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
All Seminars begin promptly at 7:00 PM. No one will be admitted after 7:10 PM.
All Seminars are held in the Chat Room, first floor and down the hallway from the Fitness Center located in building 9.
For additional information - - Call 918-595-7742
Name of Speaker
General Topic of Seminar
Tues. Sept. 22
Dr. Kevin Wang: Assistant Professor of Biology : Department of Natural Sciences: Northeastern State University
Transgenic plant derived Proteins Dissolve Blood clots.
Wed. Sept. 30
Dr. Katherine Anderson: ND,FABND: National Director of Naturopathic Medicine: Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Naturopathic Medicine and Cancer Treatment
Tues. Oct. 6
Dr. Angela Sivadon PhD: RN,RCIS: Program Director; Cardiovascular Technology at Tulsa Community College
Restoring the Flow, Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
Wed. Oct. 14
Ellen Niemitalo, RN, BSN, MPH Tulsa County Health Department
Vaccines & Immunizations
Dr. David Meinke: Regents Professor, Department of Biology: Oklahoma State University
Using Molecular Genetics to Study Embryo Development in Arabidopsis, the Fruit Fly of the Plant World
Dr. Diana Spencer: Biotechnology Coordinator; Dusti Sloan: Assistant Professor of Biology at Tulsa Community College and Biotechnology Students
STEMming the Tide: TCC Biotechnology Research
Tues. Nov. 3
Mary Phillips Associate Professor of Biology at Tulsa Community Colleges and STEM Students
Meet the Next Generation of Problem Solvers – Doing research at TCC
Wed. Nov. 11
Dr. Warren Booth: Assistant Professor of Molecular Ecology: Department of Biological Sciences: University of Tulsa
Bed Bugs From a Molecular Ecological Perspective
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