Past Wednesday Lectures

September 18, 2019
George Prendergast - Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
Why Tumors Eat Tryptophan: Immunometabolism, Vascularization and Metastasis
September 11, 2019
Zhijian (James) Chen - University of Texas, Southwestern
The dark side of DNA - how DNA triggers immune defense and autoimmune diseases
September 4, 2019
Brian McStay - Centre for Chromosome Biology Biomedical Sciences
Nucleolar formation in human cells; a chromosomal perspective
May 22, 2019
Yukiko Yamashita - University of Michigan
Asymmetric cell division and germline immortality
May 15, 2019
Ibrahim Cisse - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Super-resolution imaging of transcription in live mammalian cells
May 8, 2019
Amy MacQueen - Wesleyan University
Zippers and Stitches in the Meiotic Nucleus
May 2, 2019
Gloria Brar - University of California, Berkeley
Regulated transcript toggling and protein degradation set meiotic protein levels
April 24, 2019
Laurie Parker - University of Minnesota
Building a toolkit for studying the orphan kinome
April 17, 2019
Neil Shubin - University of Chicago
Fossils, Genes and the Origins of Limbs
April 16, 2019
Neil Shubin - University of Chicago
Finding Your Inner Fish
May 30, 2018
Nicolas Gompel - Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
Regulatory evolution and the diversification of pigmentation patterns in Drosophila
May 23, 2018
Yves Barral - ETH Zurich
Yeast aging as a model for understanding genomic immunity in eukaryotes
May 16, 2018
Ileana Cristea - Princeton University
Virology meets Proteomics: Defining proteome organization and host defense mechanisms during viral infection
May 9, 2018
Wei Yang - National Institutes of Health
Seeing is believing: mechanism for genome maintenance
May 2, 2018
Sue Ackerman - University of California, San Diego
Defects in mRNA translation and neurological disease
April 25, 2018
Antonio Giraldez - Yale University
Deciphering the regulatory codes shaping the maternal to zygotic transition during development
April 18, 2018
Sadie Wignall - Northwestern University
Building a spindle and segregating chromosomes without centrosomes: Oocyte meiosis in C. elegans
April 11, 2018
John Tomich - Kansas State University
Peptide Bilayer-Now Really? What's Next?
April 4, 2018
Utpal Banerjee - University of California, Los Angeles
Metabolic Control of Mammalian Embryonic Development
March 28, 2018
Norbert Perrimon - Harvard Medical School
Interorgan communication

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