2001 BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR SCHEDULE: Tuesdays, 4:00 PM, HSW-301

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

HOST

TOPIC

1-09

Jack Dixon

Univ. Michigan Medical School

Shaun Coughlin

Reversible Phosphorylation: Its Role in Cancer, Axonal Guidance and Disease

1-16

John Chant

Harvard Univ.

Ira Herskowitz

Cell Polarities: From Cortical Landmarks to the Cytoskeleton

1-23

William Weiss

UCSF-Neurology

1999-2000 Byers Award for Basic Science Research

Genetics and Therapy Using Engineered Mouse Models for Glioma

1-30

Dan Herschlag

Stanford Univ.

Christine
Guthrie

Folding, Dynamics
and Function of a
Catalytic RNA

2-06

Don Cleveland

UC-San Diego

Jonathan
Weissman

Mechanisms of Motor Neuron Death: SOD1, Neurofilaments and Lou Gehrig's Disease

2-13

Gerald R. Fink

MIT

Hiten
Madhani

Baker's Yeast: A Model for the Initiation of Biofilm Formation

2-20

Norbert Perrimon

Harvard Univ.

Grae Davis

Signal Transduction in Drosophila

2-27

Andrew Fire

Carnegie Insitution of Washington

Cori Bargmann

Homology-Dependent Genome Surveillance

3-06

Cancelled

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3-13

Elaine Ostrander

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Rsch Ctr

Ira Herskowitz

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

3-20

Tim Stearns

Stanford Univ.

Robert Fletterick

The Centrosome: A Tale of Many Tubulins

3-27

Jeff Boeke

Johns Hopkins

Hiten Madhani

How the Human Genome Was Made: Mechanism and Informatics of L1 Retrotransposon Insertion

4-03

Stuart Kim

Stanford Univ.

Joe DeRisi

Global Analysis of Gene Expression in C. elegans

4-10

Carrolee Barlow

Salk Institute

Hiten Madhani

Genetics, Genomics, and CNS Disease

4-17

Charles G. Zuker

HHMI, UC-San Diego

Grae Davis

Seeing, Touching and Tasting: Molecular Genetics of Sensory Signaling

4-24

Richard M. Losick

Harvard Univ.

Carol Gross

Asymmetric Division and Cell Fate

5-01

Partho Ghosh

UC-San Diego

Robert Stroud

Structural Biology of Host-Pathogen Interactions

5-08

Cecelia Moens

Fred Hutchison Cancer Res Ctr

Didier Stainier

Patterning the Zebrafish Hindbrain: The role of Hox Genes and Their Partners

5-15

Michael Snyder

Yale Univ.

 

Ron Vale

Large-scale Analysis of the Yeast Genome and Proteome: A Tale of Two Chips

5-22

Kathleen Collins

UC-Berkeley

Alan Frankel

Assembly and Activity of the Human Telomerase Ribonucleoprotein Reverse Transcriptase

5-29

Mark Krasnow

Stanford Univ.

Tom Kornberg

Genetic Dissection of Epithelial Tube Formation
and Branching

6-05

Richard Lifton

Yale School of Med.

Ira Herskowitz

New Insights into Cardiovascular & Renal Disease from Human
Genetics Studies

6-12

Justin Fallon

Brown Univ.

Grae Davis

Control of mRNA Translation
in Dendrites

9-18
Elizabeth Goodwinn
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
Barbara Panning
Post-Transcriptional Control of Sex Determination in
C. elegans
9-25
Bruce Bowerman
Univ. of Oregon
David Morgan
Cell Division and Cell Polarity in Early
C. elegans Embryos
10-2
Steve Henikoff
Fred Hutchison Cancer Res Ctr
Patrick O'Farrell
Evolution and Dynamics of Centromeric Histones
10-9
Michael
Rout
Rockefeller
Univ.
Peter Walter
Structure, Composition and Mechanism of the Nuclear Pore Complex
10-16
Tom Petes
Univ. of North Carolina
Joe DeRisi
Genetic Regulation of Genome Stability in Yeast
10-23
Fred Chang
Columbia Univ.
Ira Herskowitz
Establishment of a Cellular Axis in Fission Yeast
10-30
Ruth Lehmann
NYU School of Medicine
Cynthia Kenyon
Germline Stem Cells in Drosophila Migration & Development
11-6
David Ginty
HHMI, Johns Hopkins Univ.
Grae Davis
Molecular Control of Growth & Survival of Neurons
in the PNS
11-13
Michael Christman
Univ. of Virginia
Erin O'Shea
Building Sister Chromatid Bridges during RNA Replication
11-20
John D. York
HHMI/Duke Univ.
Keith Mostov
Insights into the Biology of Inositol Polyphosphae Signaling
11-27
Mary B. Kennedy
Cal Tech
Grae Davis
Quantitative Analysis of Signaling at the Postsynaptic Density
12-4
David Ron
Skirball Inst.
Peter Walter
Adaptions to Load on the Endoplasmic Reticulum

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