DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+ and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY*
2002 FALL SEMINAR SERIES



PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHANGE IN TIME AND PLACE FOR SEMINARS:
Seminars are now held in 121 SC (Exley Science Center -- fomerly Science Tower)
at 12 NOON on Thursdays unless otherwise indicated.
Date Speaker Title Host

Sept. 5
NOON



4:00 p.m.

 


Peter Currie+
Western General Hospital
Edinburgh, UK


Helen Berman*
Rutgers


Muscle Fibre Maintenance and the Identification of Zebrafish Models of Human Muscular Dystrophy.



Structural Analyses of Protein-DNA Interactions.


Stephen Devoto




Molecular Biophysics Retreat
Wadsworth Mansion
421 Wadsworth St.
Middletown CT
Sept. 12

Andrew Chess*
M.I.T.

An Autosomal Analog of X-Inactivation: Coordination of the Replication Asynchrony of Olfactory Receptor Genes, Immunoglobulins and Other Monoallelically Expressed Genes.

Robert Lane
Sept. 19

MBB

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Sept. 26

Eric E. Alani*
Cornell University

Do DNA Mismatch Repair Proteins Only Act as Spellcheckers?

Manju Hingorani
Oct. 3

Ilya Ruvinsky+
Mass General Hospital

Duplicating Limbs and Genomes Early in Vertebrate Evolution.

Ann Burke
Oct. 10

Peter D. Yurchenco+
Robert Wood Johnson
Medical School

Extracellular Matrices and their Receptor Interactions in Early Embryonic Development.

Laura Grabel
Oct. 17

Joe LoTurco+
UCONN

Mechanisms of Neurogenic Cytokineses in the Neocortex.

Janice Naegele
Oct. 24

Paul Turner+
Yale University

Evolution of Sex in RNA Viruses.

Fred Cohan
Oct. 31

Tom Ellenberger*
Harvard Medical School

Tails of the Replication Fork: Structural Studies of the Phage T7 Replisome.

MBB Graduate Students
Nov. 7

Mark Gerstein*
Yale University

Computational Proteomics.

Ishita Mukerji
Nov. 14

Laura Galloway+
University of Virginia

Non-Mendelian Trait Transmission: Effects of a Mother's Environment and Phenotype on Her Offspring.

Sonia Sultan
Nov. 21

Victoria E. Prince+
University of Chicago

Fates and Functions of Duplicated Hox Genes.

Biology Graduate Students
Dec. 5

Victor R. Ambros *
Dartmouth

MicroRNAs and Developmental Timing in Animals.

Michael McAlear
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