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


Seminars are held in Shanklin Room 107 at 12 NOON on Thursdays, unless otherwise indicated in red.

Date Speaker and Title Host

January

Jan. 24

Cliff Tabin
Harvard Medical School

Patterning the Chick Embryo Bio Graduate Students
Jan. 31 Gordon Keller
Mt Sinai School of Medicine
Institute for Gene Therapy & Molecular Medicine
Commitment of Embryonic Stem Cells to the Hematopoietic and Endothelial Lineages Grabel

February

Feb. 7 Anindya Dutta
Harvard Medical School
p21 and geminin: lessons from two inhibitors of the cell cycle Hingorani
Feb. 14

Kathleen Donohue
Dept. of Organismic & Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University

Evolution of Plasticity and Parental Effects in Natural Plant Populations Sultan
Feb. 21

Robin Wharton
Dept. of Genetics
Duke University

Translational repressors and size regulation in Drosophila Weir
Feb. 28 Jennifer Wernegreen
Marine Biological Lab
Evolution of Insect Endosymbionts: Insights From Phylogenetics and Genomics Cohan

March

Mar. 7 Richard Sinden
Texas A&M
Triplet Repeats Mukerji
Mar. 21

 

Bik K. Tye
Dept. of Mol. Biol. & Genetics
Cornell University

 

Coordination of Genome Expression and DNA Replication in Proliferating Cells: The Multiple Roles of the MCM Proteins in Eukaryotes McAlear
Mar. 28 TBA

April

Apr. 4 Brian Oliver
National Institutes of Health

Functional Genomics of Drosophila Sexual Dimorphism

Weir
Apr. 11

 

Carl Anderson
Brookhaven National Lab

 

Regulation of the p53 tumor suppressor: Understanding the Posttranslational Modification Code MBB Grad Students
Apr. 18

 

Richard Mooney
Dept. of Neurobiology
Duke University

 

Synaptic Mechanisms for Song Learning: Auditory-Evoked Inhibition and Vocal Plasticity in Songbirds. Devoto
Apr. 25 MBB Mukerji

May

May 2

Brant M. Weinstein
Lab of Molecular Genetics
NICHD, NIH

Fish Tales: Studying Blood Vessel Formation in the Developing Zebrafish Devoto

+Biology Department Seminars
*Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Department Seminars

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9/6 *Philip Bevilacqua
 Chemistry Dept
 Penn State
RNA Catalysis and Folding: Functional Complexity From Molecular Simplicity Mukerji