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Department Seminar Series: 2009-2010

DateTimeSpeaker/TitleLocation
11/6/2009 4 PM Dr. Liming Li, University of Chicago, Molecular Genetics and Cell Bilogy, (Seminar sponsored by Dept. of Biological Chemistry/co-sponsored by Dept. of Pharmacology), “Prions: Role in neuropathology and epigenetic regulation”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
12/7/2009 4 PM Dr. Peter Kaiser , University of California, Irvine, Department of Biological Chemistry, School of Medicine, “Control of protein complex assembly and disassembly by ubiquitin”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
2/8/2010 11 AM Dr. Judd Rice , University of Southern California, Department of Biochemistry and Moelcular Biology, Keck School of Medicine, “New insights into the function of histone methylation”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-114
3/1/2010 4 PM Dr. Jack Taunton, University of California, San Francisco, Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, School of Medicine, “Electrophilic love: Cellular secrets revealed with covalent kisses”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
3/15/2010 4 PM Dr. Peter Penzes, Northwestern University, Department of Physiology and Institute of Neuroscience, Feinberg School of Medicine, “Mechanisms of synaptic structural plasticity and pathology”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
3/29/2010 4 PM Dr. David Welsh, University of California, San Diego, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, “Circadian clock cells: Cell autonomy and network properties”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
4/12/2010 4 PM Dr. Lei Wang, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Chemical Biology and Proteomics Laboratory, “Genetically encoding unnatural amino acids to probe biological processes”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
4/21/2010 2:30 PM Dr. Valerio Orlando, IRCCS Fondazione, Santa Lucia, Epigenetics and Genome Reprogramming Lab, “Role of chromatin associated RNAi components in drosophila and human cells”
Gillespie, 1st Floor Conference Room
5/3/2010 4 PM Dr. Pam Mellon, University of California, San Diego, Reproductive Medicine, School of Medicine, Moores Cancer Center, “Headed for the hypothalamus: Travels of the GnRH neuron”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
5/17/2010 4 PM Dr. Kenneth Byron, Loyola University, Chicago, Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics, School of Medicine, “Potassium channels q-ing up to regulate smooth muscle function”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110