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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. Shown below is a listing of the current semester’s seminar speakers. Note that departmental seminars during Fall 2007 semester will start at 2:10 pm. in room 103 of the Animal Science/Molecular Biology building.

Molecular Biology Fall 2007 SEMINARS

Date

Speaker & Affiliation

Seminar Title

Host

08/31

Don Jarvis
University of Wyoming

Introduction to MOLB Seminar

Jarvis

09/07

Bill Detrich
Northeastern University

Antarctic Icefishes, the Natural Bloodless Mutants: Their Evolution and Use in Erythroid Gene Discovery

Ward

09/14

Ken Kemphues
Cornell University

Establishing embryonic polarity in the C. elegans embryo

Fay

09/21

Steve Mayfield
The Scripps Research Institute

Regulation of Chloroplast Translation: What We Learned on the Way to Making Novel Human Therapeutic Proteins in Eukaryotic Algae

Stayton

09/28

Andrey Revyakin
University California-Berkeley

Probing transcription initiation with single-molecule fluorescence and DNA nanomanipulation

Gupta

10/05

David Brown
University of Mississippi

Identification of nuclear factors mediating the exchange of linker histone H1 between chromatin sites

Zlatanova

10/12

Tom Fox
Cornell University

Expression of mitochondrial genes in yeast:  localized translation and assembly feedback regulation.

Thorsness

10/19

John Hanover
NIH (NIDDK)

O-GlcNAc code:  Clues from Worms, Flies, and Human Disease

Jarvis

10/26

Michael Tiemeyer
University of Georgia / Complex Carbohydrate Research Center

Taking the Toll road to tissue-specific glycosylation--Genetic, molecular, and biochemical analysis of Drosophila glycobiology

Geisler

11/02

Mary Ann Osley
University of New Mexico

H2B ubiquitylation plays a role in nucleosome dynamics during transcription elongation

Zlatanova

11/09

Gunnar von Heine
Stockholm University

Identification and evolution of dual-topology membrane proteins

Liberles

11/16

Paollo Sabelli
University of Arizona

Cell cycle control of cell transformation and endosperm development in maize

Sylvester

11/23

NONE

NONE

Holiday

11/30

Kendra Nightingale
Colorado State University

Listeria monocytogenes strains commonly isolated from foods carry virulence attenuating mutations in inlA and show potential to function as natural vaccine strains

Miller

12/07 Dan Gottschling
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Nuclear incontinence: The effects of old age on the genome Thorsness

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