2003 BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR SCHEDULE: Tuesdays, 4:00 PM, HSW-301

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

HOST

TOPIC

01/07/03
Andrew Belmont
Univ. of IL
Dave Agard
Large-scale Chromatin Structure & Dynamics
01/14
Naama Barkai
Weizmann Science Inst.
Carol Gross
Predicting the Design of Patterning Network by Modeling Robustness
01/21
Holly Ingraham
Byers Award Lecture UCSF
David Rust
Sex and Stress at 2.2 Angstrom Resolution
01/28
Jodi
Nunnari
UC-Davis
Peter Walter
The Behavior of Mitochondria
02/04
Matthew Meselson
Harvard Univ.
Ellie Heckscher
Why Does Meiosis Exist?
02/05
Matthew Meselson
Harvard Univ.
Pat O'Farrell
Averting the Hostile Exploitation
of Biology (Cole Hall)
02/18
CANCELLED
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02/25
Jack Griffith
Univ. of North Carolina
Tom Kornberg
Telomere Looping in Mice, Men and Possibly Yeast
03/04
Jim Haber
Brandeis
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Multiple Mechanisms To Repair Broken Chromosomes: Connections to Cancer
03/11
Axel Ullrich
Max-Planck Inst.
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TBA
03/18
Ken Irvine
Rutgers
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Regulation of Notch Signaling by Glycosylation
03/25
Bill Wickner
Dartmouth Univ.
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Yeast Vacuole Fusion at a Ring of 5 SNAREs, 4 Chaperones, 3 GTPases, 2 Phosphoinositides and Actin
04/01
Phillip Zamore
U- Mass.
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Ancient Pathways Programmed by Small RNAs
04/08
Geraldine Seydoux
Johns Hopkins
Pat O'Farrell
Patterning the C. elegans Embryo by Localized Protein Degradation
04/15
Anne Villeneuve
Stanford Univ.
John Sedat
Coordinating Chromosome Pairing, Synapsis and Recombination during C. elegans Meiosis
04/22
Edward DeLong
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Inst.
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Genomic Dissection of
Natural Microbial
Communities
04/29
Scott Hultgren
Washington Univ.
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TBA
05/06
Chao-ting Wu
Harvard Med. School
John Sedat
Transvection: When Homologues Meet
05/13
Neville Woolf
Steward Observatory, Univ. of AZ
John Sedat
Biomarkers for Planets Beyond the Solar System
05/20
Jennifer Doudna
Yale
Alan Frankel
The Catalytic Repertoire of a Ribozyme: Insights into the Origins of Biocatalysis
05/27
Mark Hochstrasser
Yale
John Sedat
Cell Regulation by the Ubiquitin System

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Tuesdays, 4:00 PM, GENENTECH HALL AUDITORIUM (Mission Bay)
09/16
Randy Schekman
UC Berkeley
Vale
Cargo Protein Recognition and Capture into Secretory Transport Visicles
09/23
Clare Waterman-Storer
Scripps Res Inst
Werb
Microtubule/Actin Interactions in Cell Motility
09/30
Jeffrey Axelrod
Stanford Univ.
Kornberg
Complex Patterns from Simple Rules: Reaction Diffusion Modeling of Planar Cell Polarity Signaling
10/07
Vicki Chandler
Univ. of Arizona, Tucson
Yamamoto
Paramutation, an Allele Interaction that Causes Heritable Changes in Transcription Involves Long Distance Interactions and Chromatin Structural Changes
10/14
Susan Gasser
Univ. de Geneve
Madhani
Chromatin Dynamics in Yeast and the Spatial Regulation of Gene Expression
10/21
Angelika Amon
MIT, HHMI
Tocyzski
Regulation of Chromosome Segregation in Yeast
10/28
Richard Wilson
Washington Univ., St. Louis
DeRisi
What We Are Learning from the Genome Project
11/04
Geraldine Seydoux
Johns Hopkins Univ.
O'Farrell
Patterning the C. elegans Embryo: A Role for Localized Protein Degradation
11/18
Pam Bjorkman
Cal Tech
Stroud
Immunoglubulin Receptor Structure and Function from Molecules to Cells
11/25
Oliver Ryder
San Diego Zoo (Ctr for Reprod of Endang Species)
McKerrow
Characterizing and Conserving Biodiversity: The Interface with Genomic Studies
12/02
Ravi Iyengar
Mt. Sinai SOM
Cassman
TBA
12/09
Victoria Lundblad
Baylor COM
Blackburn
TBA

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