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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 will start at 2:10 pm. and are held in the Animal Science/Molecular Biology Room 103.

 
Molecular Biology Spring 2020 SEMINARS

Date   Speaker & Affiliation   Title   Host
1/31/2020   Tracey Lamb
Microbiology and Immunology; University of Utah
  Mechanisms of blood brain barrier breakdown in cerebral malaria   Jason Gigley
2/7/2020   Stephen Waggoner
Department of Pediatrics; Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
  Re-making a murderer: non-canonical contributions of natural killer cells to disease   Jason Gigley
2/14/2020   Michael Shelley
Flatiron Institute; Simons Foundation
  Modeling and simulating active mechanics in the cell   Jay Gatlin
2/21/2020   Joseph Dillard
Medical Microbiology & Immunology; University of Wisconsin, Madison
  Peptidoglycan fragment production by the pathogenic Neisseria   Don Jarvis
2/28/2020   Shahar Sukenik
Chemistry & Chemical Biology Program; University of California, Merced
  Tuning protein function by changing solution conditions   Thomas Boothby
3/6/2020   Ryan Baugh
Biology; Duke University
  Potentially adaptive examples of nongenetic inheritance in C. elegans   Thomas Boothby
3/13/2020   Mark Peifer
Department of Biology; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  Building the animal body: the miracle of morphogenesis   Todd Schoborg
3/27/2020   Tessa Burch-Smith
Biochemistry & Cellular and Molecular Biology; University of Tennessee, Knoxville
  Revealing the importance of intracellular signaling in intercellular communication in plants   Eunsook Park
4/3/2020   Gale Wichman
Amyris, Inc.
  Industrializing synthetic biology for natural products: What it takes to go from bench scale strain engineering to 200,000 L manufacturing   Grant Bowman
4/10/2020   Katherine Fantauzzo
Department of Craniofacial Biology; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  Two sides of the same face: PDGF receptors in the neural crest   David Fay
4/17/2020   Linda Barlow
Cell and Developmental Biology; University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
  Regenerating the sense of taste   David Fay
4/24/2020   Maria Sandkvist
Microbiology and Immunolgy; University of Michigan
  Vibrio cholerae and the complexity of extracellular protein secretion   Dan Wall
5/1/2020   Andrea Wills
Department of Genetics; University of Washington
  Remodeling chromatin and transcription during vertebrate regeneration   Dan Levy
5/8/2020   Hamed Jafar-Nejad
Department of Molecular & Human Genetics; Baylor College of Medicine
  Regulation of animal development by deglycosylation   Don Jarvis
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