DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+ and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY*
2003 FALL SEMINAR SERIES


Seminars are held in 121 SC (Exley Science Center)
at 12 NOON on Thursdays unless otherwise indicated.
Date Speaker Title Host
Sept. 4

MB&B Biophysics Retreat

Sept. 11

Cooduvalli S. Shashikant+
Penn. State University

Cis-regulatory analysis of a mouse homeobox gene.

Burke
Sept. 18

Nancy Hopkins+
MIT

Insertional mutagenesis in zebrafish nets genes essential for early development.

Bio Grad Students
Sept. 25

MB&B*

TBA

TBA
Oct. 2

Joseph Fetcho*
SUNY, Stony Brook

Optical and genetic approaches toward understanding neuronal circuits in zebrafish.

Bodznick
Oct. 9

Evelyn Fox Keller+
MIT

Looking backward, looking forward: From nucleotide sequences to living systems.

Rouse (SiSP)
Oct. 16

Smita S. Patel*
National Institute of Health

Unzipping the mysteries of helicase proteins.

Hingorani
Oct. 23

David J. Goldhamer+
UCONN

Regulating muscle cell fates in embryos and adults.

Devoto
Oct. 30

Harris Bernstein*
National Institute of Health

New insights into protein targeting to the E. coli inner membrane.

Oliver
Nov. 6

Stephen Mount+
University of Maryland

Genetic approaches to understanding pre-mRNA splice site selection.

Weir
Nov. 13

MB&B*

TBA

TBA
Nov. 20

Gordon Fishell+
NYU Medical Center
Skirball Institute

The role of notch and sonic hedgehog signaling in cell specification and stem cells in the forebrain.

Grabel
Dec. 4

Suzanne Scarlotta*
SUNY, Stony Brook

Activation of phospholipase C by G proteins. [tentative title]

Mukerji
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