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Tuesday Seminar Series


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

Schedule added 4-13-15. Updated 4-16-15.

DATE

SPEAKER

INSTITUTION

SEMINAR TITLE

HOST

04/21/2015 Yishi Jin University of California, San Diego Unraveling the genetic pathways underlying synapse formation and maintenance Dong Yan
05/05/2015 Peter Koopman University of Queensland Molecular regulation of somatic and germ cell sex determination

Blanche Capel

05/12/2015 John McCutcheon University of Montana Bacterial endosymbionts of insects: walking the line between bacteria and organelles

John Rawls

2015/2016        
09/08/2015        
09/15/2015 Soumya Raychaudhuri Harvard Medical School   Dennis Ko
09/22/2015 Matt Hilton Duke Univerisity    
09/29/2015        
10/6/2015 Trudi Schupbach Princeton   Stefano Di Talia
10/13/2015 Bruce Goode Brandeis University   Danny Lew
10/20/2015 Gene-Wei Li MIT   Chien-Kuang Ding; Ashely-Chi
10/27/2015        
11/3/2015        
11/10/2015 Mary Armanios John Hopkins University The Telomere Syndromes: A Paradigm for Molecular Medicine Micah Luftig
11/17/2015 Charles Farber University of Virginia   Doug Marchuk
12/1/2015        
12/8/2015        
2016        
1/12/2016        
1/19/2016        
1/26/2015 Yukiko Yamashita HHMI/ University of Michigan   Donald Fox
2/2/2016        
2/16/2016        
3/1/2016        
3/8/2016        
3/15/2016        
3/22/2016 Ramesh Shivdasani Harvard Medical School Epigenetic and transcriptional control of tissue differentiation John Rawls
3/29/2016 Michael Nachman University of California, Berkley   Jenny Tung
4/5/2016 Dana Carroll University of Utah   Tom Petes
4/12/2016        
4/19/2016        
4/26/2016 John Rinn Harvard University   Laura Simone-Bisogno/ Jack Keene


SEMINAR ARCHIVES:

2014-2015
2013-2014
2012-2013
2011-2012
2010–2011 (pdf)
2009-2010 (pdf)
Spring 2009 (pdf)
Fall 2008 (pdf)

 

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