Index by Type of Lecture

 

Didactic lectures: How to study sex differences

Art Arnold, UCLA: “Introduction to the Four Core Genotypes Mouse Model”

Art Arnold, UCLA: “An experimental approach to identify X and Y genes that are primary causes of sex differences in non-gonadal traits in mouse model”

          Art Arnold, UCLA: “My mouse has a sex difference. Now what do I do?”

Jake Lusis, UCLA: “Sex-specific regulation of mitochondria: Role in cardiometabolic traits” (Systems biology approach to sex differences)

Rhonda Voskuhl, UCLA: : “Sex hormone and sex chromosome effects on disease: Multiple sclerosis” (lecture to undergraduate class at UCLA, March 13, 2019)

 

Research topics in the field of sex differences (advanced research seminars)

Julie Bakker, University of Liege (Belgium), Lecture at UCLA on January 29, 2021: “Sexual differentiation of the brain: from mouse to man”

Lance Kriegsfeld, University of California Berkeley, Lecture to UCLA Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology February 21, 2020, “It’s all about timing: interactions between the circadian and neuroendocrine systems in female reproductive health”

Jake Lusis, UCLA, Lecture to the UCLA Molecular Biology Institute, January 22, 2019: “Gene-by-sex interactions in mitochondrial functions and cardio-metabolic traits”

          Franck Mauvais-Jarvis, Tulane University School of Medicine, Lecture at UCLA, June 10, 2020: “Emerging role of testosterone on islet ß cell function”

Jeffrey Mogil, McGill University, Montreal, Canada: Lecture at UCLA, June 5, 2019. “Sex, pain, and death”

          Julie Pendergast, University of Kentucky (Lecture at UCLA on January 8, 2021): “Estrogen regulation (and sex differences of circadian rhythms underlying diet-induced obesity”

Vincent Harley (Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia; lecture at UCLA  18 November   2019) “SRY in the gonads and in the brain”

 

National and International Conferences

Workshop on Sex Differences in Brain and Behavior, Erice, Sicily, Italy May 21-23, 2019