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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.

PLEASE NOTE:  Spring Semester seminars are are held in Animal Science / Molecular Biology Room 103.  All seminars start at 2:10 p.m.

Molecular Biology Spring 2016 SEMINARS


Date

Speaker & Affiliation

Seminar Title

Host
01/29/2016

Dr. Guido Ferrari
Duke University Medical Center

“A tango in immunology: when Antibodies Date Cytotoxic Cells!”

Christopher Meadows
02/05/2016

Dr. Chris Smith
Gevo, Inc.

“Development and Commercialization of Fermentative Isobutanol” Dr. Peter Thorsness
02/12/2016

Dr. Peter Chien
University of Massachusetts Amherst

“An adaptor hierarchy regulates protein destruction during the bacterial cell cycle” Dr. Grant Bowman
02/19/2016 Dr. Shaun Brinsmade
Georgetown University
“CodY prioritizes metabolism and virulence gene expression in Staphylococcus aureus Josh Holmes
02/26/2016

Dr. Jared Schrader
Wayne State University

“Translational control of the Caulobacter cell cycle” Dr. Grant Bowman
03/04/2016 Dr. Vincent Starai
University of Georgia
“Host:Pathogen Interactions Without a Host or a Pathogen” Dr. Jason Gigley
03/11/2016 Dr. Jeremy Nance
New York University School of Medicine
“Assembling a germ cell niche during C. elegans embryogenesis” Dr. David Fay
03/25/2016 Dr. William Kerr
SUNY Upstate Medical University
“Therapeutic Potential for SHIP1 Inhibitors in Cancer and Obesity” Dr. Jason Gigley
04/01/2016 Dr. Cliff Brangwynne
Princeton University
“Measuring the intracellular dew point: the physics and biology of membrane-less organelles” Dr. Dan Levy
04/08/2016 Dr. Julie Canman
Columbia University
“Understanding cytokinesis: How one cell splits into two” Dr. Jay Gatlin
04/15/2016 Dr. Mark McBride
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
“The Bacteroidetes do it differently: novel motility, protein secretion, and polysaccharide utilization machineries” Dr. Dan Wall
04/22/2016 Dr. Claudia Gravekamp
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Listeria as delivery platform for anticancer agents” Dr. Mark Gomelsky
04/29/2016 Dr. Kristin Artinger
University of Colorado School of Medicine
“Genetic regulation of neural crest migration” Dr. David Fay
05/06/2016 Dr. David Montefiori
Duke University Medical Center
“Antibody Intervention for HIV Treatment and Prevention” Dr. Don Jarvis

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