DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+ and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
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2004 FALL SEMINAR SERIES

Seminars are held in 121 SC (Exley Science Center) at 12 NOON on Thursdays unless otherwise indicated.

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Sep 9 

*MB&B Biophysics Retreat
Keynote speaker: Josh Boger

Information-Intensive Drug Discovery and the Leverage of Biophysics.

Hingorani

Sep 16

Rosh Hashanah, no seminar

Sep 23

+Karl Herrup
Case Western Reserve

Paved with Good Intentions: The Role of Cell Cycle Processes in Neuronal Cell Death (a.k.a., Alzheimer's as Cancer)

Naegele

Sept 30

Geoff Duyk
Science Advisory Council

 TBA

Bruno

Oct 7

+Patricia D’Amore
Schepens Eye Research Inst
Boston, MA

The Role of VEGF in Blood Vessel Growth and Stability.

Grabel

Oct 21 +Leonard Beluscio
NIH/NINDS
Making "Scents" of the Mouse Olfactory Bulb. Bodznick

Oct 28

*David Shortle
John Hopkins University

Local Encoding of Protein Structure: Random Coils are OUT; Pre-folded Chains are IN.

Oliver

Nov 4  

+Laura Katz
Smith College

Challenging Principles of Genome Evolution Through Studies of Eukaryotic Microbes.

Wolfe

Nov 11

*James Schwob
Tufts University

 TBA

Lane

Nov 18

+John Glendinning
Barnard College/Columbia

Contribution of Different Taste Cells and Signaling Pathways to the Discrimination of Taste Stimuli by a Caterpillar.

Singer

Dec 2

*Stephen L. Helfand
UConn Health Center

Calorie Reduction and Life Span Extension: A Genetic Pathway in the Fly

Holmes

Dec 9

+Hans Hofmann
Harvard Bauer Center for
Genomics Research

Fish & chips: Genes, Environment, and Social Behavior in African Cichlid Fishes.

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