Eppley Science Hall

4220 Dewey Ave, Omaha, NE 68105





Upcoming Events

OLSON CENTER BROWN BAG - Oncoplastic Surgery

Oncoplastic Surgery: A New Approach to Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer As we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness month, we can appreciate all that survivors must...

10/17 12pm
Immigration: Myths & Reality

Talk about immigration is all over the news. But what is really going on and how could it impact you? On Oct. 30, Graduate Students and Postdocs are invited...

10/30 11:30am
Clinical Coordinators Meeting

A forum for the presentation of updates to research procedures and policies which affect clinical research. The quarterly updates are held, winter, spring,...

12/5 11:30am
Eppley Seminar Series

Kounosuke Watabe, Ph.D. "Roles of non-coding RNA, Xist, in brain metastasis of breast cancer" Wake Forest School of Medicine Host: Angie Rizzino, Ph.D.

2/9/2018 9am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Matyas Cserhati

Matyas Cserhati posted a photo 6/23/2017

IPA workshop, June 19, 9AM-12PM, ESH 3010 IPA workshop, June 19, 9AM-12PM, ESH 3010

Navneet Kaur

Navneet Kaur left a positive review 4/20/2017

good presentation

Navneet Kaur

Navneet Kaur left a positive review 4/19/2017

It was informative!

Salma Elhag

Salma Elhag left a positive review 2/15/2017

Very informative and interesting presentation.

Grace Lord

Grace Lord left a positive review 9/12/2016

I found this extremely helpful, informative, and promising (albeit, cautious promise)

Samuel Bierner

Samuel Bierner left a review 5/9/2016

The information was very useful. Some more specific case examples that illustrate some of the points might have been helpful.

Salma Elhag

Salma Elhag left a positive review 5/4/2016

very informative and the presenter was knowledgabe

Bijing Mao

Bijing Mao left a positive review 3/14/2016

I think the presentation was great!

Chaojun Wang

Chaojun Wang left a positive review 10/14/2015

useful information

Christin McDermott

Christin McDermott left a positive review 9/14/2015

The presentation was informative and helpful and I found Dr. Anthony to be very likable and knowledgeable. I encourage all to attend one of these brown bag lectures. well organized.