DEPARTMENTS OF BIOLOGY+ and
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
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2006 FALL SEMINAR SERIES


Seminars are held in Rm 121 SCI at 12 NOON on Thursdays unless otherwise indicated.

 Date

Speaker and Title

Host

SEPTEMBER

9/14

+Fernando Nottebohm

  Rockefeller University

Neuronal replacement in the adult brain.

Kirn

9/21

*Jacqueline Barton

  Caltech

DNA charge transport chemistry and biology.

Biophysics Retreat

Please note:  -The Biophysics Retreat is held at Wadsworth Mansion, 421 Wadsworth Street, Middletown CT.

 9/28

+Rick Relyea

  Univ. of Pittsburgh

It's not easy being green: How amphibians use phenotypic plasticity to handle stressful environments.

Sultan

OCTOBER

10/5

*Robert V. Skibbens

  Leigh University

Holding it together from DNA replication to chromosome segregation

Holmes

10/12

+Martha Weiss

  Georgetown

Lepidopteran learning and memory: caterpillars, butterflies, and the mysterious in-between.

Singer

10/19

 *Jonathan King

   MIT

TBA

MBB Graduate Students

10/26

+TBA

TBA

Biology

NOVEMBER

11/2

*Piero Bianco

  SUNY, Buffalo

dsDNA translocases: energetics and translocation mechanism

Hingorani

11/9

+Marina Picciotto

  Yale University

Nicotine receptors in the brain: role in mood learning.

Biology Graduate Students

11/16

*Bayarsaihan Dashveg

  Univ of Louisville

The TFII-I family transcription factors: Their role in development and disease.

Lukens

11/30

+Michael Farries

  San Antonio

The evolution of the songbird basal ganglia: A tangle of homology, convergence and divergence

Aaron

DECEMBER

  12/7

*Enrique M. De La Cruz

  Yale University

How to break an actin filament: Insights from cofilin.

Hingorani

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