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Department of Molecular Biology|College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

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. Note that departmental seminars during Spring 2015 semester will start at 2:10 pm. in Room 103 - AS/MB Building.

Molecular Biology Fall 2015 SEMINARS


Date

Speaker & Affiliation

Seminar Title

Host
9/4/2015

Don Jarvis
Univ. of Wyoming

Introduction to MOLB Seminar None
9/11/2015

Carlito Lebrilla
University California Davis

The role of glycosylation in host microbe interactions and in developing the gut microbiota Don Jarvis
9/18/2015

Tom Maresca
Univ. Massachusetts

Mechano-molecular regulation of cell division Jay Gatlin
9/25/2015 Tai Montgomery
Colorado State University
Small RNAs and RNA surveillance in the C. elegans germline David Fay
10/2/2015 Paul Mains
University of Calgary
Unravelling redundancy during morphogenesis in the C. elegans embryo Melissa Kelley
10/9/2015 Rytis Prekeris
Univ of Colorado-Denver
Divide and Polarize: The role of cytokinesis and  endocytic transport during epithelia polarization David Fay
10/16/2015 Erin Goley
Johns Hopkins Univ
Following the linker: cytoskeletal control of bacterial cell wall remodeling Grant Bowman
10/23/2015 Katherine Lemon
Forsyth Institute
Nose picking for progress: Mining the nostril microbiome for new insights into pathobionts Naomi Ward
10/30/2015 Hironori Funabiki
Rockefeller Univ
Beyond the code: mitotic regulation by DNA and histones Dan Levy
11/6/2015 Ira Blader
SUNY-Buffalo
Toxoplasma gondii infections of the brain: Growth and consequences Jason Gigley
11/13/2015 Joseph Mougous
Univ of Washington
Rules of engagement in contact-mediated interbacterial antagonism Dan Wall
11/20/2015 Tony Schountz
Colorado State University
Immunology of reservoir hosts of zoonotic viruses Jason Gigley
11/27/2015 None Thanksgiving Holiday None
12/4/2015 Ming Chen Hammond
Univ of California, Berkeley
Exploiting riboswitches to study and manipulate bacterial signaling Mark Gomelsky
12/11/2015 Gerardo Vasta
Univ of Maryland
The sweet tooth of innate immunity: Lectins as self/non-self recognition proteins Don Jarvis

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