BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES SEMINAR SERIES, 2001-02
4:00 PM, HSW-300 (televised)

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DATE
SPEAKER
TITLE
1/10/01
Richard Palmiter
Univ Washington
Dopamine and the Motivation to Eat
1/17/01
Matthew Scott
Stanford
Genomic Approaches to Mesoderm Development
1/24/01
Shirley Tilghman
HHMI/Princeton Univ
Epigenetic Regulation of Mammalian Growth and Development
1/31/01
William Skarnes
UC-Berkeley
Functional Analysis of Secreted and Membrane Proteins in Basic Medical Sciences
2/5/01
Alfred Goldberg
Harvard Medical School
Functions of the Proteasome in Protein Degradation and Antigen Presentation
2/14/01
Stanley Falkow
Stanford
Applications of DNA Microarrays to Study Bacterial Pathogenesis
2/21/01
Shalesh Kaushal
Univ of Minnesota
Studies in the Molecular Pathogenesis of Rhodopsin Mutants Associated with Autosomal Dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa
2/28/01
Karsten Weis
UC-Berkeley
The Small GTPase Ran, a Marker of the Perichromatin Space in Interphase and Mitosis
3/7/01
Anita Roberts
NCI
Increasing Complexity in the TGF-beta Signal Transduction Pathway
3/14/01
John A.T. Young
Univ of Wisconsin-Madison
Retroviral Entry Mediated by Receptor-priming and Low pH Triggering of a Viral Glycoprotein
3/21/01
Gred Barsh
Stanford
Genetics and Biochemistry of Melanocortin Signaling
4/4/01
G. Steven Martin
UC-Berkeley
Transformation, Apoptosis and Cell Polarity
4/11/01
No Seminar
.
4/18/01
Larry Gerace
Scripps Research Inst
Directional Transport of Proteins through the Nuclear Pore Complex
4/25/01
Raymond White
DNA Sciences
Genetics and Molecular Genetics of Colon Cancer
5/2/01
Jorge Galan
Yale Univ
Host mimicry of Limited Damage: Alternative Strategies to Modulate Cellular Functions by Bacterial Pathogens
5/16/01
Graeme I. Bell
Univ of Chicago
Diabetes Mellitus Genes, Proteins and Glucose
10/10/01
Mike Mccune
GIVI, UCSF
Subversion of Innate Immunity by HIV Infection
10/17/01
Stephen Lory
Harvard
TBA
10/24/01
Richard Harland
UC Berkeley
Attenuation of BMP Signaling in Early Development of Organogenesis
11/7/01
Ron Kopito
Stanford Univ
The Ubiquitin Proteasome Pathway and the Cell Biology of Protein Misfolding
11/14/01
Nancy Andrews
HHMI, Harvard Med Schl
Pumping Iron: A Genetic Approach to Understanding Iron Overload Disorders
11/28/01
Dafna Bar-Sagi
SUNY-Stony Brook
The Ras Pathway: A Never-ending Story
12/5/01
Cancelled
12/12/01
Helen Hobbs
UT Southwestern Med Ctr
Genetic Defenses against Hypercholesterolemia
12/19/01
Katherine Jones
Salk Institute
Mechanism of Chromatin-dependent Transactivation by Wnt/Wg and Notch Complexes
1/9/02
Bill Kaelin
Harvard Univ
Molecular Pathogenesis of the von Hippel-Lindau Hereditary Cancer Syndrome: Implications for 02 Sensing
1/16/02
Greg Semenza
Johns Hopkins Univ
HIF-1, Oxygen Homeostasis and the Pathophysiology of Ischemic and
Neoplastic Disorders
1/23/02
Suzanne Bonner-Weir
Harvard Univ
Growth and Differention of Beta Cells in the Postnatal Pancreas
1/30/02
Alexandra Joyner
NY Univ
Formation of a Signaling Center that
Patterns the Midbrain and Cerebellum
2/6/02
Michael Schwartz
Washington Univ
TBA
2/13/02
Bingwei Lu
Rockefeller Univ
The Birth and Demise of a Neuron
2/20/02
Sanford Markowitz
Case Western Reserve Univ
Genetic Targets in Human Colon Cancer
2/27/02
Charles Sawyers
UCLA
Kinase Inhibition in Cancer Therapy
3/6/02
Catherine Peichel
Stanford Univ
Variations on a Fish: The Genetic Basis
of Morphological and Behavioral Evolution
in Stickelbacks
3/13/02
Joe Sodroski
Harvard Univ
TBA
3/20/02
John Collier (Meyer Lecture)
Harvard Univ
Anthrax Toxin and Ways to Inhibit It
3/27/02
?
UC-San Diego
Phosphoinositide- and Ubiquitin-dependent Regulation of Membrane Trafficking and Receptor Down-regulation
4/3/02
David Anderson
Caltech
TBA
4/10/02
Josef Penninger
?
TBA
4/17/02
None
4/24/02
Huda Zoghbi
Baylor College of Med
The Mystery of Selective Neurodegeneration
Begins to Unfold
5/1/02
Eva Harris
UC Berkeley
Tackling the Molecular Virology and Pathaogenesis of Dengue virus
5/8/02
Junying Yuan
Harvard Medical School
Transducing cellular signals of life and death
5/15/02
Randy Hampton
UC San Diego
Sterol Regulation by an ER Quality Control Pathway