All seminars are Thursdays at 12:00 noon
Austrian Auditorium, Clinical Research Building
WINTER / SPRING 2015
January 22, 2015
Tanja Kortemme, Ph.D. | University of California, San Francisco
"Design of modified and new biological functions - from proteins to cells"
January 29, 2015
Emily Balskus, Ph.D.* | Harvard University
"Elucidation and study of biosynthetic pathways and enzymes in microbes and the microbiome; development of synthetic methods compatible with microbial chemistry"
February 5, 2015
Or Gozani, M.D., Ph.D. | Stanford University
“An unexpected journey: the lysine methylome, epigenetic signaling, and disease”
February 12, 2015
Danica Fujimori, Ph.D. | University of California, San Francisco
"Chromatin and small molecule-mediated regulation of histone demethylases"
February 19, 2015
Michael Hecht, Ph.D.* | Princeton University
"Sustaining life with proteins designed de novo"
February 26, 2015
Elsa Yan, Ph.D.* | Yale University
"Roles of thermal stability of G protein-coupled receptor rhodopsin in dim-light vision and vision disorders"
March 12, 2015
Jin Hyung Lee, Ph.D. | Stanford University
"Optogenetic fMRI and the investigation of global brain circuit mechanism"
March 19, 2015
Silvia Cavagnero, Ph.D. | University of Wisconsin, Madison
"New spectroscopic avenues to study protein folding at high sensitivity and resolution"
March 26, 2015
Elaine Fuchs, Ph.D. | Rockefeller University
"Transcriptional networks in skin stem cells: nuts and bolts"
April 2, 2015
Alison Sweeney, Ph.D. | University of Pennsylvania
"Self-assembly of optical materials from proteins: understanding proteins as patchy colloids"
April 9, 2015
Peter Baumann, Ph.D. | Stowers Institute
"Biogenesis and regulation of telomerase"
April 16, 2015
Georgios Skiniotis, Ph.D. | University of Michigan
"Cryo-EM visualization of a modular polyketide synthase during its catalytic cycle"
April 23, 2015
Tom Muir, Ph.D. | Princeton University
"Chromatin as an expansive canvas for chemical biology"
April 30, 2015 (rescheduled from March 5)
Geert Kops, Ph.D. | Universitair Medisch Centrum, Utrecht
"Attachment issues: chromosome segregation and the spindle assembly checkpoint"
For additional information, please contact Angie Young, 215-898-4639, firstname.lastname@example.org