All seminars take place on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. in the Tamkin Student Lecture Building, Room F-114
September 24: Marcelo Tolmasky, PhD, California State University, Fullerton, “Understanding the Nightmare Bacteria and Managing the Problem”
October 1: Lindsay Whitton, MD, PhD, Scripps Research Institute, "CD8+ T Cells: What do we really know about their induction and in vivo biological regulation?"
November 5: Mark Roth, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, "Suspended Animation and Survival Limits"
December 10: Karla Neugebauer, PhD, Yale University, "How Cells Get The Message: Splicing Regulates the Transcriptome from Start to Finish"
January 21: David Weiss, PhD, Emery Univerisy School of Medicine, "CRSIPR-Cas mediated gene regulation and innate immune evasion"
January 28: Alan R. Hauser, MD, PhD, Northwestern University, "Why are some strains of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa more virulent then others"
February 11: Vanessa Sperandino, PhD, University of Texas Southwestern Med Center, "EHEC sings: pour some sugar on me!"
March 11: Weiming Yuan, PhD, University of Southern California, "Modeling human CD1d/NKT antigen presentation using humanized mice”
March 18: Andy Berglund, PhD, University of Oregon, "Musclebind regulates alternative splicing through finely tuned Switch-like and rheostat mechanisms"
March 25: Jun Ding, PhD, Stanford University, "From genetic marker to function - input and cell-type specific plasticity in the striatum"
April 1: Kelly T. Hughes, University of Utah, "The genetic code of life: more than a triplet code"
April 8: Sara Courtneidge, PhD, Oregon Health & Science University, "The control of cancer cell invasion and metastasis"
April 22: Michael Imperiale, PhD, University of Michigan Medical School, "What controls BkPyV replication?”
May 6: Dr. Gene Yeo (KJH), UC San Diego, “Systems approaches to studying RNA binding protein-RNA networks”