UW Medicine Faculty Present the Leading Edge of Research
Since its launch in 1976, the Science in Medicine Lecture Series has recognized the School of Medicine faculty research achievements and provided an opportunity for researchers to explore topics outside of their immediate fields.
Lectures are organized into the four categories described below. Speakers are nominated by members of the School of Medicine scientific community and final selection is determined by a committee of peers from the Council on Research and Graduate Education (CORGE).
New Investigator Lectures
The New Investigator Lectures provide an important forum for the recognition of exceptional junior faculty members’ current scientific research.
Science in Medicine Lectures
Science in Medicine Lecturers recognizes the body of research for established faculty members as well as recent exciting discoveries.
Distinguished Scientist Lecture
The Distinguished Scientist Lecture recognizes an accomplished School of Medicine senior faculty member, honoring outstanding achievements in their field of research.
The Annual Lecture recognizes a prominent, nationally recognized scientist from another research institution, whose research has had a profound impact on their field.
Date: November 4, 2021, at 1 – 2 pm
Location: HSB A 420 (Hogness Auditorium); Zoom Livestream
Alex Greninger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, assistant director of the clinical virology laboratories at the University of Washington Medical Center, and a board-certified clinical pathologist. Dr.Greninger earned an MS in Biological Sciences/Immunology from Stanford, an MPhil in Epidemiology from Cambridge (UK), an MD/Ph.D. from UCSF, and completed his laboratory medicine residency at the University of Washington. He has a broad interest in anything that improves diagnostics and enables us to treat or prevent viral infection.