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Department Seminar Series: 2010-2011

DateTimeSpeaker/TitleLocation
9/27/2010 4 PM Dr. Colin Goding, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Lt., University of Oxfold, Nuttfield Department of Clinical Medicine, “Cancer stem cells versus phenotype switching: Lessons from melanoma”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
10/25/2010 4 PM Dr Kevin Sinchak, California State University, Long Beach, Department of Biological Sciences, “Steroid regulation of opioid sexual behavior circuits”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-114
11/18/2010 11 AM Dr. Stefano Sensi, Molecular Neurology Unit, Center for Excellence on Aging; Rehabilitative Neurology and Psychiatry, Chieti, Italy, “Fighting Alzheimer’s disease, a tale of mice and men”
 
Hitachi Chemical Research Bldg., Plumwood Lecture Hall
11/22/2010 11 AM Dr. Diego di Bernardo, University of Naples "Federico ii", Dept. of Computer Science and Systems, “Discovery of drug mode of action and drug repositioning from transcriptional responses”
 
Gillespie, 3rd floor Conference Room
11/22/2010 3 PM Dr. Axel Methner, Heinrich-Heine University, Department of Neurology, Düsseldorf, Germany, “Role of GPR39 in cell death protection”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
12/13/2010 4 PM Dr. Stuart C. Mangel, Ohio State University, College of Medicine, School of Biomedical Science, “Night and Day: Circadian clock control of electrical and chemical synapic communication in the retina”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
2/7/2011 4 PM Dr. Roger K. Sunahara, University of Michigan, Medical School, Department of Pharmacology, “G Proteins as Selectivity Filters on 7-TM Domain Containing Receptors”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
2/17/2011 11 AM Dr. Paulo A. Ferreira, Duke University Medical Center, Dept. of Ophthalmology, “Parsing the roles of protein interactomes: tales of intracellular trafficking and signaling, molecular mechanisms and pathogenesis of diseases”
Hitachi Chemical Research Bldg., Plumwood Lecture Hall
2/24/2011 4 PM Dr. Geoffrey W. Abbott, Weill Cornell Medical College, Dept. of Pharmacology, “Learning about potassium channels by knocking out their beta subunits”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-114
3/3/2011 11 AM Dr. Elizabeth Anne Thomas, The Scripps Research Institute, Department of Molecular Biology, “Targeting Gene Regulation as a Therapeutic Strategy in Neurological Diseases”
Hitachi Chemical Research Bldg., Plumwood Lecture Hall
3/4/2011 11 AM Dr. Tom Misteli, National Cancer Institute, Center for Cancer Research, National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression, “Nuclear architecture, aging, stem cells and cancer”
Organized by the Department of Biological Chemistry. Co-sponsored by the Department of Pharmacology
Nelson Auditorium
3/24/2011 4 PM Dr. Roberto Coppari, The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Div. of Hypothalamic Research, “Metabolic actions of Brain SIRT1”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
3/28/2011 4 PM Dr. Gavin Rumbaugh, Scripps Florida, Department of Neuroscience, “The impact of synaptic dynamics on cognitive development and memory formation”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
3/30/2011 11 AM Dr. Johan Auwerx, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Laboratory of Integrative Systems Physiology, “Integrating metabolism by NAD+ sensors”
Hitachi Chemical Research Bldg., Plumwood Lecture Hall
4/4/2011 4 PM Dr. Markus U. Ehrengruber, Kantonsschule Hohe Promenade, Department of Biology, Zurich, Switzerland, “Virus-mediated gene transfer to study brain function”
Med Surge II, Room 369
4/26/2011 11 AM Dr. Axel Imhof, Adolf Butenandt Institute, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, “Chromatin maturation-more than just histone deposition”
Hitachi Chemical Research Bldg., Plumwood Lecture Hall
5/16/2011 4 PM Dr. Alicia Izquierdo, California State University, Los Angeles, College of Natural and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology , “Methamphetamine effects on cognitive flexibility: Implications for abstinence and relapse”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110