All seminars are Thursdays at 12:00 noon
Austrian Auditorium, Clinical Research Building
Andres Leschziner, Ph.D. | Harvard Univeristy
"Mechanism and regulation of cytoplasmic dynein"
Martin T. Zanni, Ph.D. | University Wisconsin, Madison
"Targeting the mechanism not the structure: an amyloid intermediate identified with 2D IR spectroscopy”
James T. Kadonaga, Ph.D. | University of California, San Diego
"Punctilious probing of promoters and prenucleosomes"
Joseph A. Loo, Ph.D. | University of California, Los Angeles
"Mass spectrometry of noncovalent protein complexes: probing solution phase structure?"
Lan Huang, Ph.D. | University of California, Irvine
"Understanding the ubiquitin-proteasome system by probing protein-protein interactions"
Vijay S. Pande, Ph.D. | Stanford University
"Some surprises in the biophysics of protein dynamics"
Alan Saghatelian, Ph.D.* | Harvard University
"Profiling metabolites and peptides for biological discovery"
Victor Corces, Ph.D. | Emory University
"Architectural proteins bridge genome 3D organization and function"
Amy E. Keating, Ph.D.* | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"The paralog problem: Discriminating the interactions of Bcl-2 family proteins"
Jan T. Liphardt, Ph.D. | Stanford University
"The great decider: how the nuclear pore complex makes reliable decisions and fights the second law"
For additional information, please contact Angie Young, 215-898-4639, firstname.lastname@example.org