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Seminars Archive 2007-2008

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September '07
5

    03 -- NO SEMINAR --
    10 -- NO SEMINAR --
    17 2pm - 3pm Tntracellular transport in black and white
Vladimir Rodionov, Ph.D., University of Connecticut Health Center
Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    24 2pm - 3pm

How does the chaperone GRP94 control muscle differentiation?
Yair Argon, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)

October '07
5

    01 -- NO SEMINAR --
    08 -- NO SEMINAR --
    15 2pm - 3pm Novel aspects of cytoskeleton-adhesion crosstalk: focus on formins
Alexander Bershadsky, Ph.D., Weizmann Institute of Science
Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    22 2pm - 3pm

Molecular Mechanisms for the Nucleation and Elongation
of Actin Filaments in Cells
Roberto Dominguez, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvnania, Physiology
Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)

    29 2pm - 3pm Tumor cell invadopodia: form and function
Susette Mueller, Ph.D., Georgetown University
Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)

November '07
5

    05 -- NO SEMINAR --
    12 -- NO SEMINAR --
    19 -- NO SEMINAR --
    26 -- NO SEMINAR --

December '07
5

    03 -- NO SEMINAR --
    10 2pm - 3pm The Contribution of Adult Cirulating Cells to Skeletal Muscle: A Biological Progression? Timothy Brazelton, M.D.,Ph.D., Department of Surgery, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    17 2pm - 3pm

Regulation of sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca release by calsequestrin and triadin Bjorn Christian Knollman,MD.PhD, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)

    24 -- NO SEMINAR --
    31 -- NO SEMINAR --

 

January '08
5

    07 2pm - 3pm Control of centriole duplication in normal and tumor cells Jeffrey L. Salisbury, Ph.D., Department of Biochemistry, Mayo Clinic, Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    14 2pm - 3pm Reconstituting the bacterial cytokinesis FtsZ ring in liposomes Harold P. Erickson, Ph.D., Department of Cell Biology, John Hopkins University, Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    21 -- NO SEMINAR --
    28 -- NO SEMINAR --

February '08
5

    04 -- NO SEMINAR --
    11    
    18 2pm - 3pm The ubiquitin system in protein quality control Ron Kopito, Ph.D., Department of Biophysics, Stanford School of Medicine, Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    25 -- NO SEMINAR --

March '08
5

    03 -- NO SEMINAR --
    10 2pm - 3pm Localized RNA expression in translation Robert H. Singer, Ph.D., Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Reunion Auditorium (John Morgan Building)
    24 2pm - 3pm Age-dependant effect of myostatin blockade in the mouse model of muscular dystrophy & Introduction of the multiparametric muscle improvement score (MMIS) to evaluate preclinical trials. Sasha Boganovich, PhD, Pennsylvania Muscle Institute, University of Pennsylvania, Reunion Hall (John Morgan Building)
    24 2pm - 3pm Functional modification of adult and old muscles via AAV-mediated gene transfer Jeffrey Chamberlain, Ph.D., Department of Neurology, University of Washington School of Medicine, Reunion Hall (John Morgan Building)
    31 -- NO SEMINAR --

April '08
5

    07 2pm - 3pm Dissecting differentiation and fusion mechanisms in vertebrate muscle cells Emaneuela Gussoni, PhD., Division of Genetics, Children's Hospital of Boston, Reunion Hall (John Morgan Building)
    14 -- NO SEMINAR --
    21 -- NO SEMINAR --
    28 2pm - 3pm From actin to myosin and back to actin Edward Korn, PhD., Department of Health & Human Services, National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Cell Biology, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Reunion Hall (John Morgan Building)

May '08
5

    5 2pm - 3pm Satellite cell origins and developmental potential. David Goldhamer, PhD., Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, Center for Regenerative Biology, University of Connecticut. (John Morgan Reunion Hall)
    12 2pm - 3pm Coat proteins: mechanisms and insights into physiology. Victor Hsu, MD, Harvard University, Department of Biological and Biomedical Science, Medical Sciences. (John Morgan Reunion Hall)
    19 2pm - 3pm Molecular mechanisms of myoblast fusion. Elizabeth Chen, PhD, John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Center for Cell Dynamics (John Morgan Reunion Hall)
    26 2pm - 3pm NO PMI SEMINAR - MEMORIAL DAY
     

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