Past Wednesday Lectures

September 9, 2015
Jim Eberwine - University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine
Surprises from Single Cell Analysis of Mouse and Human Cells
June 3, 2015
David Scadden - Harvard University
Making blood: the organized labor of multiple niches
May 27, 2015
Norman Iscove - Ontario Cancer Institute
Control of self-renewal in hemopoietic precursor cells
May 20, 2015
Anne Ridley - Kings College, London
Rho GTPases signaling and cell migration
May 6, 2015
Hilary Ashe - University of Manchester
BMP signallng and cell fate specification in Drosophila
April 29, 2015
Feng Zhang - MGovern Institute for Brain Research
Genome Editing Using CRISPR-Cas9
April 15, 2015
Anne-Claude Gingras - Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
Signaling networks in health and disease: a tale of Hippos and mulberries
April 8, 2015
Andras Nagy - Mount Sinai Hospital
Pluripotency in the artificial cell space
April 1, 2015
Stefan Heller - Stanford University
Spatial and temporal trajectories in the developing inner ear resolved with single cell gene expression analysis
March 11, 2015
Thomas Lecuit - Marseille Developmental Biology Institute
Spatial control of tissue mechanics during morphogenesis