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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 211 semester will start at 2:10 pm. in room 13 of the Animal Science/Molecular Biology building.

 
Molecular Biology Spring 211 SEMINARS

Date
Speaker & Affiliation
Seminar Title
Host
1/14/11
Dietlind Gerloff
UC Santa Cruz
Protein-Protein Interaction Bioinformatics from a (Predominantly) Structural Perspective
Liberles
1/21/11
Vladimir Uversky
 
J. Liberless
1/28/11
Michael Eisen
University of California, Berkeley
Login and Illusion in the evolution of gene regulation in Drosophila
Kamneva (grad student)
2/4/11
Grégoire Altan-Bonnet
Modeling how a cytokine tug-of-war arbitrates between response and tolerance in the immune system
Jarvis
2/11/11
Cem Elbi
Merck Research Laboratories
Molecular targeted therapies in cancer: Therapeutic focus and personalized approach
David Perry (postdoc)
2/18/11
Costa Georgopoulos University of Utah
Function of a universally-conserved protein folding machine and its regulation by bacteriophages
Wall
2/25/11
David Sherwood
Dept. Biology Duke University
Breaching the basement membrane: Anchor cell invasion in C. elegans
Fay
3/4/11
Caroline Harwood
University of Washington d>
 
Gomelsky (Tuzun Guvener, Sr. Res. Scientist)
3/11/11
Mark Zabel
CSU
Prion Immunology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics
Schatzl
Spring Break
 
3/25/11
Bill Bement
University of Wisconsin
Our lab has a long-standing interest in the means by which the cytoskeleton controls cell division, wound healing, and endocytosis. We have developed several model systems that help simplify analysis of complex, cytoskeleton-dependent processes; these are described in our recent publications.”
Gatlin
4/1/11
Egbert Hoiczyk
John Hopkins
Molecular Machines of Myxobacteria
Wall
4/8/11
Pamela Stanley
Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Identifying specific roles for glycans in development
Jarvis
4/15/11
Marni Halpren
Carnegie Institute/Johns Hopkins
 
Fay
Easter Break
 
 
 
4/29/11
Robert Wayne
University of California, LA
Evolutionary genomics of wolf-like canids
Konrad (grad student

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