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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 2010 semester will start at 2:10 pm. in room 103 of the Animal Science/Molecular Biology building.

Molecular Biology Spring 2010 SEMINARS


Speaker & Affiliation

Seminar Title


January 15

Reserved for an interviewee



January 22

Reserved for an interviewee



January 29

Reserved for an interviewee



February 5

Reserved for an interviewee



February 12

Robert Perry
U Kentucky College of Medicine

Yersinia pestis biofilm development – role in plague transmission and pathogenesis


February 19

Richard Saito
Dartmouth Medical School

Revealing developmental networks using C. elegans functional Genomics


February 26

Greg Velicer
Indiana University, Bloomington

A small RNA controls fruiting body development and mediates an evolutionary adaptation in Myxococcus xanthus

Darshan Grad St.

March 5

Dan Wall

Mol Biol UW

Antibiotics and predation by Myxobacteria


March 12

Don Ennis
University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Development of a new animal model for TB-like infections: chronic mycobacterial infections act as a tumor promoter


Spring Break




March 26

Jim Murray
UC Davis

Is there a role for GE animals in production agriculture: locally or globally?


Easter Break




April 9

Hugo Dooner
Rutgers Univ.; Waksman Instiutute

Genome structure variation and recombination in maize

Anne Sylvester

April 16

Kelly ten Hagen
NIDCR, National Institutes of Health

Protein glycosylation during eukaryotic Development: How sweet it is!

Geisler Grad St.

April 23

Richard Roberts
New England Biolabs Ipswich, MA

The genomics of restriction and modification


April 30

Ken Dill

The protein folding problem


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