Past Wednesday Lectures

November 18, 2015
Francisco Asturias - Scripps Research Institute
Cryo-EM: An atomic resolution window into Mediator and transcription initiation
November 11, 2015
Peter Walter - University of California, San Francisco
From Protein Folding to Cognition: The Serendipitous Path of Discovery
November 4, 2015
David Pellman - Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School
Nuclear Architecture and Genome Stability
October 28, 2015
Mick Bhatia - McMaster University
Competitive Repopulation of the Stem Cell Niche in AML: Implications for Blood Stem Cell Transplantation
October 21, 2015
Jeremy Nathans - Johns Hopkins Medical School
X-chromosome inactivation, color vision, and the female advantage
October 14, 2015
Jordan Raff - Oxford University
How to build a centrosome
October 7, 2015
Barak Cohen - Washington University
Towards a cis-regulatory code
September 30, 2015
Virginia Zakian - Princeton University
21st century genetics: mass Spectrometry of yeast telomerase
September 23, 2015
David Holtzman - Washington University - St. Louis
Potential Role of Extracellular Tau in Development and Spread of Tauopathy: Effects of Anti-Tau Antibodies
September 16, 2015
Matt Gibson - Stowers Institute For Medical Research
Understanding animal origins: epithelial morphogenesis in the sea anemone, Nematostella vectensis

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