All seminars are Thursdays at 12:00 noon
Austrian Auditorium, Clinical Research Building
Milo M. Lin, Ph.D. | University of California, Berkeley
"Universal laws governing protein folding and function"
Yinsheng Wang, Ph.D. | University of California, Riverside
"Quantitative proteomics for unraveling the novel mechanisms of action of anti-cancer drugs and environmental toxicants"
Diwakar Shukla, Ph.D. | Stanford University
"The secrets in their landscapes: elucidating activation mechanism of GPCRs and kinases for selective drug design"
This seminar has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 25 at 12:00 noon
Kenji Murakami, Ph.D. | Stanford University
"Architecture of an RNA polymerase II transcription pre-initiation complex"
Avram Hershko, M.D., Ph.D. | Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
"The ubiquitin system for protein degradation and some of its roles in cell cycle control"
Gregory R. Bowman, Ph.D. | University of California, Berkeley
"Controlling protein function via hidden allosteric sites"
Maofu Liao, Ph.D. | University of California, San Francisco
"Single-particle electron cryo-microscopy reveals high-resolution structure and activation mechanisms of TRPV1 ion channel"
Karissa Sanbonmatsu, Ph.D. | Los Alamos National Laboratory
"Rise of the RNA Machines: ribosomes and long non-coding RNAs"
Robert Tycko, Ph.D. | NIDDK, NIH
"Molecular structural basis for amyloid formation, in vitro and in vivo"
Alice Ting, Ph.D. | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Mapping proteomes in living cells and imaging proteins by electron microscopy using engineered peroxidase reporters"
Jose Onuchic, Ph.D. | Rice University
"From protein folding to biomolecular machines"
Wei Yang, Ph.D. | NIH
"Translesion DNA synthesis: from chemistry to cancer biology"
Phoebe Rice, Ph.D. | University of Chicago
"The Machinery of site-specific DNA recombination and transposition"
Sue Biggins, Ph.D. | Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
"Reconstituting kinetochore functions in vitro"
Daniela Nicastro, Ph.D. | Brandeis University
"Modern electron microscopy provides a new window into cellular morphology"
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