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Department of biochemistry and Molecular biology

Research and Methods Seminars

Spring 2018

Seminars are held the second and fourth Tuesdays each month, 12:00 - 12:50 pm, in BSB-355, unless otherwise noted.

All Department of Biochemistry graduate students are required to attend.

DateSpeaker                                         Seminar Title
January 9            Brandon Young
PhD Student
Davies Lab
Investigating the molecular mechanism of cephalosporin-resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
Monday
January 22
Maya El-Sabban
PhD Student
Traktman Lab
The role of BAF and the BAF A12T mutant in chromatin architecture, nuclear organization and DNA damage.
February 13Rose Nganga
PhD Student
Ogretmen Lab
Ceramide-RIPK1-myosin IIA complex induces the formation of plasma membrane pores in cancer and germline stem cells.
February 27Jonathan Turner
MD/PhD Student
Davies Lab 
 
March 13Alec Woosley
PhD Student
Howe Lab
Interleukin-like EMT inducer ILEI promotes mammary epithelial cell self-renewal and tumorigenesis through LIF receptor signaling.
March 27Halley Rycenga
PhD Student
Long Lab
Regulation of p97 segregase activity on DNA-bound substrates.
April 10
 
Youming Guo
PhD Student
Chao Lab
Protective role of kallistatin in vascular injury, senescence and aging.
dissertation seminar
April 24Rasesh Parikh, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
Gangaraju Lab
 
May 8Katelyn Williams
MD/PhD Student
Olsen Lab 
 

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