Tuesday Seminar Series

Time: 12:30-1:30
Place: Room 147, Nanaline Duke
Date Speaker Institution Seminar Title Host
Sep 8 2015 Eduardo Orias University of California, Santa Barbara Programmed somatic correction of disruptive germline DNA rearrangements in the unicellular eukaryote, Tetrahymena Joe Heitman
Sep 15 2015 Soumya Raychaudhuri Harvard University, Medical School Using genetics to identify mechanisms for_complex immune-mediated diseases Dennis Ko
Sep 22 2015 Matt Hilton Duke University Notch Signaling in Skeletal Development Michel Bagnat
Sep 29 2015 Sarah Goetz Duke University Regulating Primary Cilia in Development and Disease Don Fox
Oct 6 2015 Trudi Schupbach Princeton University Establishment of Axial Polarity and Epithelial Morphogenesis in Drosophila Stefano Di Talia
Oct 13 2015 Bruce Goode Brandeis University Deconstructing actin cytoskeleton dynamics and microtubule-actin coordination: from living cells to single molecules Danny Lew
Oct 20 2015 Gene-Wei Li MIT Quantitative principles underlying cellular protein production Chien-Kuang Ding; Jen-Tsan Ashley Chi
Oct 27 2015 Tony Bretscher Cornell University Pickup, transport and home delivery: one minute in the delivery cycle of a molecular motor Danny Lew
Nov 3 2015 Ron Kopito Stanford University "Why protein aggregation is bad" Tso-Pang Yao
Nov 10 2015 Mary Armanios John Hopkins University The Telomere Syndromes: A Paradigm for Molecular Medicine Micah Luftig
Nov 17 2015 Charles Farber University of Virginia Systems Genetics of Complex Skeletal Phenotypes Doug Marchuk
Nov 24 2015 Steven Jacobsen UCLA Epigenetic gene silencing in Arabidopsis Philip Benfey
Dec 1 2015 Jef Boeke NYU Langone Medical Center Building chromsomes from scratch Joe Heitman
Dec 8 2015 Liz Cirulli Duke University Exploring the genetics of normal cognitive and neurosensory variation in humans Doug Marchuk
Jan 12 2016 Carole Ober University of Chicago “Integrated –Omics and Asthma Gene Discovery” Greg Crawford

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