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Department of biochemistry and Molecular biology

Research and Methods Seminar

Spring 2016

Seminars are held the second and fourth Tuesdays each month, 12:00 - 12:50 pm, in BSB-302, unless otherwise noted.

All Department of Biochemistry graduate students are required to attend.

DateSpeakerSeminar Title
January 12
in BSB-202
Rose Ndeto
PhD StudentRegulation of whole-body metabolism by the adipocyte circadian clock through sphingosine kinase 1.
Ogretmen Lab
FTY720 induces necroptosis by regulating ceramide signaling at the plasma membrane.
January 26
in BSB-202
Gina Chavis
MS Student
Cowart Lab
Purification and characterization of ceramide synthase 5.
February 9Ken Noguchi
MD/PhD student
Howe Lab
Regulation of the oncogene ILEI in melanoma.
February 23
Mohammed Dany
MD/PhD Student
Ogretmen Lab
Ceramide accumulation in mitochondria: A novel therapeutic strategy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia via inducing lethal mitophagy.
March 8Maciej Czarnecki
PhD Student
Traktman Lab
Investigations into the role of the viral protein G5 in poxvirus DNA replication and genome fidelity.
March 22Andrea Anderson
PhD Student
Cowart Lab
Regulation of whole-body metabolism by the adipocyte circadian clock through sphingosine kinase 1.
April 12Simon Grelet, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Howe Lab
TGF-β/hnRNP E1 regulated mRNA/lncRNA alternative splice switch mediates the epithelial-mesenchymal transition.
April 26No Seminar
 
May 17
BSB-502
Rasesh Parikh, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Gangaraju Lab
Environmental carcinogens, trans-generational epigenetic instability and developmental defects.
May 24
BSB-502
Katelyn Williams
MD/PhD Student
Olsen Lab
The interaction of cell cycle protein Cdc34 with its ubiquitin conjugating enzyme partners.

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