Department of biochemistry and Molecular biology
Research and Methods Seminar
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.
PhD StudentRegulation of whole-body metabolism by the adipocyte circadian clock through sphingosine kinase 1.
|FTY720 induces necroptosis by regulating ceramide signaling at the plasma membrane.|
|Purification and characterization of ceramide synthase 5.|
|February 9||Ken Noguchi|
|Regulation of the oncogene ILEI in melanoma.|
|Ceramide accumulation in mitochondria: A novel therapeutic strategy for Acute Myeloid Leukemia via inducing lethal mitophagy.|
|March 8||Maciej Czarnecki|
|Investigations into the role of the viral protein G5 in poxvirus DNA replication and genome fidelity.|
|March 22||Andrea Anderson|
|Regulation of whole-body metabolism by the adipocyte circadian clock through sphingosine kinase 1.|
|April 12||Simon Grelet, PhD|
|TGF-β/hnRNP E1 regulated mRNA/lncRNA alternative splice switch mediates the epithelial-mesenchymal transition.|
|April 26||No Seminar|
|Rasesh Parikh, PhD|
|Environmental carcinogens, trans-generational epigenetic instability and developmental defects.|
|The interaction of cell cycle protein Cdc34 with its ubiquitin conjugating enzyme partners.|