Tuesday Seminar Series

Time: 12:30-1:30
Place: Room 147, Nanaline Duke


Date Speaker Institution Seminar Title Host
Feb 14 2017 Anne Yoder Duke University “Using genetic information to infer evolutionary processes in a threatened ecosystem: Madagascar” Mohamed Noor
Feb 21 2017 Erel Levine Harvard University Coordinated sensing and response in animals Ryan Baugh
Feb 28 2017 Harry Klee University of Florida Consumer-assisted selection: Integrating flavor, chemistry and genetics to develop a better tomato. Kevin Lehner
Mar 7 2017 Greg Gibson Georgia Tech Transcriptomics for Personalized Medicine Liz Cirulli
Mar 14 2017 David Tobin Duke University Reprogramming of Host Immunity during Tuberculosis Raphael Valdivia
Mar 21 2017 Steve Wasserman University of California, San Diego Toll activity in Drosophila immunity: Delineating function via orthologs, homologs, and oozing logs. Alejandro Aballay
Apr 4 2017 Audrey Gasch University Wisconsin-Madison Leveraging functional genomics in yeast to inform on stress biology and disease signaling Amy Schmid
Apr 25 2017 Tim James University Michigan "Adaptation by mitotic recombination in evolving yeast populations.” Joe Heitman
May 9 2017 Jim Haber Brandeis University Fidelity and Infidelity in the Repair of a Broken Chromosome David MacAlpine
Jun 19 2017 Christina A. Gurnett, M.D., Ph.D. Washington University, School of Medicine "Interpreting genetic variants in idiopatthic scoliosis" Michel Bagnat
Aug 29 2017 Adrienne Roeder Cornell A fluctuation-based mechanism patterns diversity in cell size. Don Fox
Sep 12 2017 Gustavo Silva Duke University Proteomics of the ubiquitin system to elucidate cellular response to stress Philip Benfey
Sep 19 2017 Nicholas Heaton Duke University "Cellular fate decisions after influenza virus infection and effects on pathogenesis” Joseph Heitman
Oct 3 2017 Erik Andersen Northwestern University Leveraging C. elegans natural diversity to discover conserved molecular mechanisms Ryan Baugh
Oct 17 2017 Claude Desplan New York University Generation of neural diversity Philip Benfey