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Department of Molecular Biology

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Departmental Seminars


The Molecular Biology Department’s seminar program is one of the very best on campus. We make a strong effort to bring in visiting scientists who can provide a entertaining, enlightening, and current research report on an important area of molecular biology. Shown below is a listing of the current semester’s seminar speakers.


PLEASE NOTE:  Spring Semester seminars will start at 2:10 pm. and are held in the Animal Science/Molecular Biology Room 103.

 
Molecular Biology Spring 2018 SEMINARS

Date
Speaker & Affiliation
Seminar Title
Host
1/26/2018
Dr. Marcelo Sousa
Department of Chemistry and  Biochemistry
University of Colorado Boulder
Building a Pathogen's Shield. Assembly and Modification of the Bacterial Outer Membrane
Dan Wall
2/2/2018
Dr. Michael Laub
Department of Biology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Regulating bacterial growth with toxins and nucleotide signaling molecules
Dan Wall
2/9/2018
Dr. Michael Strand
Department of Genetics
University of Georgia
Bacteria-induced gut hypoxia functions as an essential signal for mosquito development
Donald Jarvis
2/16/2018
Dr. Christopher West
Department Head of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Georgia
Oxygen-dependent glycosylation regulates the ubiquitin/proteasome system in Toxoplasma and other protists
Donald Jarvis
2/23/2018
Dr. Laurel Lenz
Department of Immunology and Microbiology
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Listeria and the harnessing of innate immunity
Mark Gomelsky
3/2/2018
Dr. Anthony Vecchiarelli
Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
University of Michigan
The ParA/MinD Family of ATPases Make Waves to Position DNA, Cell Division, and Organelles in Bacteria
Sean Stettner
3/9/2018
Dr. Joel Kralj
Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology
University of Colorado Boulder
Imaging voltage - from bacteria to neurons
Mark Gomelsky
3/23/2018
Dr. Zemer Gitai
Department of Molecular Biology
Princeton University
Mechano-microbiology: Why bacterial shape matters
Grant Bowman
3/30/2018
Dr. Edward Campbell
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Loyola University of Chicago
There and Back Again: HIV-1’s Tale of Microtubule Travel
Donald Jarvis
4/6/2018
Dr. Eric Haag
Department of Biology
University of Maryland
Natural sexual variation as a tool for discovery of novel reproductive proteins
David Fay
4/13/2018
Dr. Jared Brown
Department of Pharmaceutical Science
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Understanding and exploiting immune responses to engineered nanomaterials
Jason Gigley
4/20/2018
Dr. Jose Conejo-Garcia
Department of Immunology and Gynecology
Moffitt Cancer Center
Dissecting the immunobiology of cancer for rational design of effective immunotherapies
Lidija Vukovic
4/27/2018
Dr. Mimi Shirasu-Hiza
Genetics & Development
Colombia University Medical Center
Eat more and live longer: circadian-regulated mitochondrial metabolism and aging in Drosophila
Jay Gatlin
5/4/2018
Dr. Megan King
Cell Biology
Yale School of Medicine
Mechanotransduction through the LINC complex
Daniel Levy

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