2006 BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR SCHEDULE: Tuesdays, 4:00 PM, Byers Auditorium
Genentech Hall 106

DATE

SPEAKER

AFFILIATION

HOST

TOPIC

01/10
Gisela Storz
NIH
Gross
The Genes That Were Missed: An Expanding Universe of Small RNAs and Small ORFs
01/17
Timothy Springer
Harvard
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TBA
01/24
Andrew Murray
Harvard
Morgan
How Yeast Cells Find a Mate
01/31
Steven Gygi
Harvard
Morgan
Progress Using Mass Spectrometry-based Approaches to Identify, Characterize and Profile Protein Phosphorylation
02/07
Juan Bonifacino
NIH
Walter
Mechanisms of Protein Sorting to Lysosomes
02/14
Jeremy Reiter
UCSF Fellow
Marshall/Stainier
Signaling at the Cell's Antenna: Smoothened, Tectnoic and the Primary Cilium
02/21
Marco Vignuzzi
UCSF: 2006 Dean's Postdoctoral Prize Lecture
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Vira Quasispecies in Pathogenesis: Greater Diversity, Stronger Community
02/27
Noon
Adam Carter (Candidate)
Harvard Med School
Davis
Denditic Calcium signaling and Synaptic Integration in Striatal Medium Spiny Neuron
03/02
Kim Nasmyth
Oxford Univ
Toczyski
How do cellls hold sister chromatids together?
03/01
Michael Laub (Candidate)
Harvard Univ
Kortemme
Dissecting Regulatory Netowrks and Signaling Pathways in Bacteria
03/14
Danny Reinberg
UMDNJ-RWJMS
Panning
Chromatin and Its Impact on Gene Expression and Cellular Memory
03/15
Melanie Ohi (Candidate)
Harvard Univ
(Waltz' lab)
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Structural Analysis of the Spliceosome and the APC/C by Cryo-Electron Microscopy
03/20
Hideki Aihara
Harvard Univ
(Ellenberger lab)
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A Structural Basis for Allosteric Control of DNA Recombination by Lambda Integrase
03/21
Elizabeth Craig
Univ Wisconsin-Madison
Gross
Evolution of Hsp70: J-protein Machinery for Function in Diverse Cellular Processes
03/28
Frank Gertler
MIT
Vale
Regulation of Actin Dynamics during Neurite Initiation and Axon Guidance
04/03
Gladstone
Tom Cech
HHMI/Univ Colorado
Mahley
Deciphering "Emotional" Behavior and circuits in the Zebrafish, Danio rerio
04/04
Thomas Wellems
NIAID
Wang
Malaria Pathogenesis and Protection against Severe Disease by Hemoglobinopathies
04/10
Huilin Li (Candidate)
Brookhaven Natl Lab
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A Tale of Two Protease Complexes
04/11
Su Guo
2005-06 Byers Award Lecture
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Deciphering "Emotional" Behavior and circuits in the Zebrafish, Danio rerio
04/18
Ronald Evans
Salk Inst/HHMI
Fletterick
Nuclear Receptors: Metabolic Engineering and the Dawn of Synthetic Physiology
04/25

Cancelled

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05/02
Karolin Luger
Colorado State U/HHMI
Narlikar
Nucleosome Dynamics and Histone Chaperones
05/09
Tian Xu
Yale Univ
Chuang
The Study of Mammalian Biology and Disease by Large Scale Insertional Mutagenesis in Mouse
05/16
Richard Losick
Harvard Univ
Gross
Bistability in Bacteria
05/23
Mark Roth
Fred Hutchinson
O'Farrell
Metabolic Flexibility and Suspended Animation
05/30
Jim Umen
Salk Institute
Marshall
Why Size Matters: Control of a Cell Size Checkpoint by the RB Tumor Suppressor Pathway
SUMMER BREAK
09/19
Carlos Bustamante
UC Berkeley
Marshall
How FtsK Finds Its Target: Signposts along the Chromosomal Highway
09/26
Daniel Fletcher
UC Berkeley
Weiner
Probing Cell Mechanics with Atomic Force Microscopy
10/10
Amar Klar
NCI
Madhani
Fission Yeast Paradigm Used To Explain Genetics of Human Hand-Use Preference, Brain Laterality, etc.
10/17
Elly Tanaka
Max Planck Inst
Martin
Cellular and Molecular Studies of Tail Regeneration in A. mexicanum
10/24
Alexey Khodjakov
Wadsworth Center
Marshall
Centriole Assembly in Vertebrate Cells
10/31
Danny Reinberg
HHMI/UMDNJ-RWJMS
Yamamoto
Chromatin and Its Impact on Gene Expression and Cellular Memory
11/14
Tania Baker
MIT/HHMI
Weissman
Remodeling Proteins and Proteome by AAA+ Machines
11/21
Martina Brueckner
Yale School of Medicine
Rieter
Are Cilia the Intersection of Signaling Pathways in the Development of Left-Right Asymmetry?
11/28
Ulrich Laemmli
Univ of Geneva
Madhani
Inside the Nucleus
12/12
William Sullivan
UC Santa Cruz
Marshall
Wolbachia, Microtubules
and Big Sur

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