2000 SEMINAR SCHEDULE: Tuesdays, 4:00 PM, HSW-300

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

TOPIC

1-11

Claire Fraser

The Institute for
Genomic Research

Microbial Genome Sequencing: New Insights into Physiology and Evolution

1-18

Bruce Futcher

Cold Spring Harbor
Laboratory

The Cell Cycle Genes of Yeast on Shades of Green and Red

1-25

Harry Noller

UC Santa Cruz

Functional Complexes of the ribosome at 7.8Å Resolution: First Glimpses into the Sealed Chamber

2-01

Mitzi Kuroda

Baylor College of
Medicine

Non-Coding RNAs X Chromosome Recognition and dosage Compensation in Drosophila

2-08

Jay Dunlap

Dartmouth Medical
School

Genetic and Molecular Dissection of a Simple Circadian System

2-15

James Bardwell

University of
Michigan

Catalysis of Protein Folding and New RNA-Binding Heatshock Proteins

2-22

Juan Bonifacino

National Institutes
of Health

Molecular Mechanisms of Protein Trafficking in the Endosomal/Lysosomal System

2-29

Olaf Schneewind

UC Los Angeles

Suface Protein Anchoring and Display in Gram-Positive Bacteria

3-07

Jeffrey Cox

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Novel Mechanisms of N. Tuberculosis Pathogenesis

3-14

Carolyn Bertozzi

UC Berkeley

Metabolic Engineering and Cell Surface Selections

3-21

Greg Odorizzi

UC San Diego

[Physiology search ]

3-28

Corey Goodman

UC Berkeley

Wairing up the Brain: Molecular Mechanisms that Control

4-04

Daphne Preuss

University of
Chicago

Talking Through Walls: Cell Signaling in Arabidopsis Reproduction [WILS sponsored]

4-11

Connie Cepko

Harvard University

Cell Fate Determination in the Vertebrate Retina

4-18

Craig Mello

University of
Massachusetts

Genetic Analysis of RNA in C. elegans

4-25

Allan Spradling

Carnegie Institute

Initiating Oogenesis in Drosophila: From Stem Cell to Follicle

5-02

Eric Phizicky

University of
Rochester

A Biochemical Genomics Approach for Identifying Genes by the Activity of Their Products

5-16

Joe Heitman

Duke University
Medical Center

Genetic Control of Differentiation and Virulence of Cryptococcus Neoformans

5-23

Shirleen Roeder

Yale University

Meiotic Chromosome Synapsis and the Regulation of Meiotic Cell Cycle Progression

5-30

Rong Li

Harvard Medical School

Filaments, Rings and Morphogenesis: Genetic and Biochemical Studies of Bud Formation in Yeast

6-06

Peter Sorger

MIT

Building a Simple Kinetochore

6-13

John Gurdon

CRC Institute, Cambridge University

Cells’ Perception of Signalling Factor Concentration

Summer Break (July – August)

9-19

Barry Ganetzky

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Molecular Analysis of Segregation Distortion in Drosophila: Closing the (Ran)GAP

9-26

Edward DeRoberts

UCLA

Chordin as a Paradigm for Understanding Growth Factor Regulation in the Extracellular Space

10-03

Ron Milligan

Scripps Institute

Structure and Action of Molecular Motors

10-10

Steve Elledge

Baylor College of Medicine/HHMI

Cell Cycle Control

10-17

Tony Pawson

University of Toronto

Protein-Protein Interactions in Cell Signaling

10-24

J. Troy Littleton

MIT

Genetic Dissection of Neuro Transmitter Release in Drosophila

10-31

Eva Nogales

UCSF

Structural Studies of Eukariotic Transcription

11-07

Elaine Ostrander

Fred Hutchison Cancer Center

Of Dog Genetics and Human Biology: Pulling Timmy's Genes from the Well

11-14

Gerald Crabtree

Stanford University

Signals Transduced by Ca2+, Calcineurin, NF-ATc3 and NF-ATc4 are Essential to Pattern the Mammalian Vascular System

11-21

Bruce Hay

California Institute of Technology

Turning on Cell Death in Drosophila

11-28

Rudolf Aebersold

University of Washington

Quantitative Proteome Analysis: Technology and Applications

12-05

Raymond Deshaies

California Institute of Technology

Prospecting at the Intersection of Ubiquitin Dependent Proteolysis and Cell Cycle Control

12-12

Pernille Rorth

EMBL

Regulation of Cell Migration during Drosophila Oogenesis