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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 Fall 2013 semester will start at 2:10 pm. in Auditorium Room 138 of the Berry Center.

 
Molecular Biology Fall 2013 SEMINARS

Date
Speaker & Affiliation
Seminar Title
Host
8/30/2013
Don Jarvis
Univ. of Wyoming
Introduction to MOLB Seminar
Jarvis
9/6/2013
Lucas Argueso
Colorado State University
Phenotypic consequences of mitotic recombination in industrial yeast strains
Thorsness
9/13/2013
Rima McLeod
University of Chicago
Human Toxoplasmosis: Genetics and Immunity
Gigley
9/20/2013
David Stern
Yale University
Combinatorial screening for genotypic-selective cancer signaling therapies
Fay
9/27/2013
Vladislav Verkhusha
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Engineering bacterial phytochromes for in vivo imaging
Gomelsky
10/4/2013
Larry Shimkets
University of Georgia
Two lipid morphogens guide fruiting body development of Myxococcus xanthus
Wall
10/11/2013
Shai Shaham
Rockefeller University
A New C. elegans Cell Death Pathway: Implications for Neurodegeneration
Fay
10/18/2013
Shad Thaxton
Northwestern University
Biomimetic Lipid Nanoparticles as Diagnostic Probes, Therapies, and for Drug Delivery
Gatlin
10/25/2013
Martha Soto
Rutgers University
The WAVE/SCAR complex polarizes cellular movements during embryonic and neuronal development
Fay
11/1/2013
Kumaran Ramamurthi
National Institutes of Health
Morphogenesis of large structures during development
Bowman
11/8/2013
Linda Baum
University of California-LA
We are all glycobiologists – glycan-lectin interactions at the cell surface regulate cell survival, adhesion, migration and death
Jarvis
11/15/2013
Kelly Dawe
University of Georgia
Towards a molecular understanding of meiotic drive in maize
Sylvester
11/22/2013
Katherine Wilson
John Hopkins University
Nuclear 'lamina' structure and human disease
Levy
11/29/2013
None
None
Holiday
12/06/2013
Kristy Red-Horse
Stanford
Guiding Coronary Artery Development During Mammalian Heart Formation
Lyuksyutova (via Langer)

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