Past Wednesday Lectures

March 6, 2002
Pamela Geyer - University of Iowa
Insulators: A New Class of Elements that Establish Independent Domains of Gene Function
February 27, 2002
Jeffrey Milbrandt - Washington University
Development, Regeneration and Tumorigenesis: Mechanistic Insights from Gene Targeting and Expression Profiling
February 20, 2002
Robert G. Roeder - The Rockefeller University
Regulation of Transcription in Animal Cells through the Action of Diverse Coactivators
February 13, 2002
Joseph Goldstein and Michael Brown - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
How Cells Control Cholesterol
February 6, 2002
David Ornitz - Washington University
FGF and FGF Receptor Signaling in Skeletal Development and Genetic Disease
January 23, 2002
Gary Stormo - Washington University
Experimental and Computational Methods for Identifying Regulatory Sites in DNA Sequences
January 16, 2002
Scott Saunders - Washington University
Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycans: Master Regulators of Cellular Responsiveness to Growth Factors and Morphogens
January 9, 2002
Rick Young - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Whitehead Institute
Mapping Genome Regulatory Circuitry
December 12, 2001
Joshua Sanes - Washington University
Synapse Formation Analyzed in Fluorescent and Mutant Mice
December 5, 2001
Stan Fields - University of Washington, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Using Yeast to Analyze the Interactions of Proteins, Nucleic Acids and Small Molecules
November 28, 2001
Ali Shilatifard - St. Louis University School of Medicine
COMPASS: A SET Domain Containing Trithorax Related Complex Involved in Transcriptional Regulation and Oncogenesis
November 14, 2001
Nancy Bonini - University of Pennsylvania, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Drosophila as a Model for Human Neurodegenerative Disease
November 7, 2001
Robert Haley - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Gulf War Syndrome: A Toxic Cellular Inquiry to Deep Brain Structures
October 24, 2001
Ed Ziff - New York University School of Medicine
Regulating the Strength of Synapses through Trafficking of Glutamate Receptors
October 17, 2001
Donald Riddle - University of Missouri - Columbia
Genetics of Development and Longevity in C. elegans
October 10, 2001
Beth Sullivan - The Salk Institute
Structure and Function of Centromeric Chromatin in Flies and Humans
October 3, 2001
Kevin Moore - Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Biochemistry of Leukocyte-Endothelial Interactions
September 26, 2001
Thomas O’Halloran - Northwestern University
Chemical Biology of Intracellular Transition Metals in Human Disease
September 19, 2001
Stephen Alexander - University of Missouri - Columbia
Proteomic and Genetic Approaches to studies of Regulated Protein Secretion to Anticancer Drugs
September 5, 2001
Alan Spradling - Carnegie Institute
Regulation of Cell Differentiation During Early Stages of Drosophila Oogenesis