DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+
and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY*
2004 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 22

Stephen Stearns
Yale University

Selection arenas, mate choice, and genomic approaches to tradeoffs.

Biology
Graduate Students

Jan 29

Amy Gehring*

Development of the Filamentous Bacterium Streptomyces coelicolor. MB&B

February

Feb 5

Gina Turrigiano
Brandeis University

Control of synapse number and strength in developing cortical networks. Kirn
Feb 10
Tuesday
Mark Flory*
Application of quantitative mass spectrometry to cellular profiling and protein complex analysis.
MB&B
Feb 12 Amy Gladfelter* Mitosis in multinucleated fungal cells: Evidence for a nuclear autonomous cell cycle. MB&B
Feb 19 Mirit Aladjem* Mammalian DNA replication: coordination of initiation sites and timing. MB&B
Feb 26 Jason Brickner* How localization of DNA within the nucleus affects its transcriptional state. MB&B

March

Mar 4 Susan Ackerman
The Jackson Laboratory
Molecular mechanisms in neuronal degeneration: Lessons from mutant mice. Naegele
Mar 25 Steven Munger*
University of Maryland
School of Medicine
The molecular basis of odor and taste transduction. Lane

April

Apr 1 Jennifer B. Hughes
Brown University

What determines bacterial diversity? Studies from tes tubes to Narrangansett Bay.

Cohan
Apr 8 Malcolm Campbell
Davidson College
DNA Microarrays Explained and Examined. Tausta
Apr 15

Paul M. Magwene
UPenn

Modularity in gene regulatory networks. (tentative) Chernoff
Apr 22

Linda Bloom*
University of Florida

Flipped out by alkyladenine DNA glycosylase. Hingorani
Apr 29

Ann Messer
NY State Dept of Health

Engineered intracellular antibodies as treatments for neurological diseases. Naegele

+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