Past Wednesday Lectures

March 4, 2003
Monica Justice - Baylor College of Medicine
Mouse Mutagenesis: Defining Gene Function and Modeling Human Disease
February 26, 2003
Margaret Goodell - Baylor College of Medicine
Mammary, Muscle, and Bone Marrow Stem Cells - Biology and Potential Plasticity
February 19, 2003
Joseph Takahashi - Northwestern University
Forward Genetics in the Mouse: Gene Discovery and Functional Analysis of Circadian and Brain Pathways
February 12, 2003
R. Sanders Williams - Duke University
Calcium-regulated Signaling Pathways Control Cellular Mass, Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Gene Expression in Cardiac and Skeletal Myocytes
February 5, 2003
Trudi Schupbach - Princeton University, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
The Control of Signaling through the EGF Receptor in Drosophila Oogenesis
January 29, 2003
Jeff Lichtman - Washington University
Monitoring Synapses in Living Animals
January 22, 2003
Steven Henikoff - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Evolution and Dynamics of Variant H3 Histones
January 15, 2003
Nahum Sonenberg - McGill University, Canada
Ribosome Recruitment in Eukaryotes: Regulation of Gene Expression and Cell Growth
January 8, 2003
Brandeis University
Exploring Chromosome Structure by Studying Recombination
December 11, 2002
Ross Cagan - Washington University
Viewing Programmed Cell Death and Oncogenesis through the Eye of a Fly

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