Spring 2021 Seminar Series 

All Seminars are Mondays, 2:50-4:10pm, unless otherwise noted. 

Here is the recurring zoom link for the semester:



February 18+ Thursday 10:00am - 11:30am

Adrian Jacobo  Rockefeller University
Symmetry Breaking During Morphogenesis of a Mechanosensory Organ
Host: Biology Department

February 22+

Camila Lopez-Anido Stanford University 
Flexible Lineage Trajectory Dynamics within the Developing Leaf
Host: Biology Department

February 25+ Thursday 10:00am - 11:30am

Jennifer Mitchel Harvard University
Moving in a Crowd: Decoding the Epithelial Unjamming Transition
Host: Biology Department

March 1+

Pablo Lara-Gonzalez  U.C. San Diego
Decision Points in Cell Proliferation and Development
Host: Biology Department

March 4+ Thursday 10:00am - 11:30am

Suzanne Angeli . Buck Institute for Research and Aging
Understanding the Role of the Mitochondrial Unfolded Protein Response in Aging
Host: Biology Department

March 8*

Charles Brenner, City of Hope National Medical Center
Genotype-Specific Synthetic Lethality: PPM1D Mutations Sensitize to NAD Synthesis Inhibition… More Combinations to Come
Host: The Major Groove

March 15+

Jim Eberwine, University of Pennsylvania
Single Cell Subcellular Organelle Genomics: Towards A Map of Emergent Cellular Properties
Host: Biology Graduate Student Group

March 22*

Loren William, Georgia Tech University
Host: Ishita Mukerji

March 29+ 

Mariano Alvarez, Wesleyan University
Host: Sonia Sultan

April 5*

Paul Thompson, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Host: Padilla-Benavides

April 12+

Derek Applewhite, Reed College
The Role of Split Discs in the Regulation of Non-Muscle Myosin II Contractility
Host: Ruth Johnson

April 19* 

Michael Johnson, University of Arizona
Host: Erika Taylor, on behalf of the Molecular Biophysics Program

April 26+

Kailen Mooney, University of California, Irvine

May 3*

Neil Hunter, University of California, Davis
Host: Amy MacQueen

+Hosted by the Department of Biology
*Hosted by the Department of MB&B
^Hosted by the Biophysics Program