DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+ & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY*
2001 FALL SEMINAR SERIES


Seminars are held in 107 Shanklin at 3:45 p.m. on Thursdays unless otherwise indicated. Refreshments are in 314 Shanklin at 3:30 p.m.

 Date
Speaker
Title
Host
Sept. 6**
Special location.
See below.

Linda Jen-Jacobsen*
Univ. of Pittsburgh

 


Biophysical Studies of EcoRI Endonuclease

 

Baranger
Sept. 13
POSTPONED

Dr. Richard Sinden's* seminar has been postponed until March 7, 2002.

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Sept. 20
POSTPONED
 
Dr. Richard Mooney's+ seminar has been postponed until April 18, 2002.

 

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Oct. 4

Bruce Futcher*
Dept. of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology
School of Medicine, SUNY Stony Brook



The cell-cycle regulated genes of yeast, in shades of green and red
 

MBB graduate
students

Oct. 11

David Panchision+
Laboratory of Molecular Biology
NINDS, National Institutes of Health

Embryonic, Fetal and Adult Stem Cells
in Development and Animal Models of Disease
Grabel
Annual Mark Dworkin Graduate Student Memorial Lecture

Oct. 18

Peter Hobart*
Exec. Director, Molecular Biology
Vical, Inc.


Gene delivery using non-viral DNA vectors

 

 

Infante

Oct. 25

Kent Dunlap+
Dept. of Biology
Trinity College

Hormones and communication in weakly electric fish:
from ion channels to evolution
Bodznick
Nov. 1

Elizabeth Grove+
Department of Pharmacological & Physiological Sciences University of Chicago

Patterning the developing cerebral cortex
Naegele
Nov. 8

Tom Broker*
University of Alabama

Assembly and Activation of Viral DNA Replication Complexes
Firshein
Dr. Brant Weinstien's seminar has been postponed until May 2, 2002.
Nov. 15

Francine Carland
Yale University

Vascular patterning mechanisms in Arabidopsis foliar organs

Tausta

Nov. 29

Marja M. Hurley+
Division of Endocrinology & Metabolism
Univ of CT Health Center

Disruption of the Fgf2 gene in mice impairs bone formation
Donady
Dec. 6

Paul Forscher+
Dept. of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology
Yale University


Molecular Dynamics of Guided Axon Growth

 

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