FALL 2019 Seminars Series

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

All Seminars are Thursdays, at 12:15pm, in ESC121 unless otherwise noted. 

September 18+

Jennifer Li and Drew Robson, Harvard University
A Nonlinear Oscillator Coordinates Brain-wide Motivational State During Foraging
Host: Devoto

September 26^

20th Annual Biophysics Retreat | Thursday, 9:30am-6:30pm, Wadsworth Mansion

October 2+

Cathie Pfleger, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
A conserved, N-terminal Tyrosine Signal Directs Ras for Inhibition by Rabex-5 and is Mutated in Tumors
Host: Johnson

October 9*

Anisha Gupta, Wesleyan University
Host: MB&B

October 16+

Colleen Nell, George Washignton University
Multi-trophic Interactions in Complex Ecological Communities

Host: Singer

October 30* 

Kuan-Lin Huang '12, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
From Big Data to MB&B
Host: Holmes

November 6+

Adema Ribic, Tufts University
Synaptic Breaks on Neuroplasticity: Mechanism of Critical Period Closure for Vision
Host: Melón

November 13*

Igor Dikiy, City University of New York, Brooklyn
Multiple timescale motions in receptor activation: From GPCRs to sensor histidine kinases
Faculty Search Candidate

November 18* [4:15pm]

Kimbery Harris, Yale University
Ribozymes and noncoding RNAs in bacteria
Faculty Search Candidate

November 20*

Kathleen McCann, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Guiding cell fate decisions: the role of H/ACA snoRNAs in differentiation
Faculty Search Candidate

December 2*

Teresita Padilla-Benevides, University of Massachusetts Medical School
MTF1, CRIP2 and CSRP2 novel Cu-binding transcriptional elements required for skeletal muscle differentiation
Faculty Search Candidate

December 4*

Mona Orr, National Institute of Health
Regulation of bacterial membrane pumps by small proteins
Faculty Search Candidate



Please see "Upcoming Seminars" for the Spring 2020 speaker schedule