2007 – 2008 Thursday Series Archives

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2007 – 2008
Date Speaker Title Host
Jun 5 Rolf Craven
Markey Cancer Center, University of Kentucky
Conserved P450 activators that link cholesterol synthesis and cancer thereapeutics Tom Petes
May 29 Alejandro Aballay
Duke University Medical Center
C. elegans as a model system to study conserved host-pathogen interactions Joe Heitman
May 8 Ruslan Medzhitov
Yale University
Innate host defense pathways CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
May 15 Larry Zwiebel
Vanderbilt University
Molecular genetics of olfaction in disease vector mosquitoes Hubi Amrein
May 1 Raphael Valdivia
Duke University Medical Center
Secrets of an old pathogen: Chlamydia infections and new paradigms in the cell biology of host-pathogen interactions Joe Heitman
Apr 24 Davor Solter
Max-Planck Institute of Immunobiology
Epigenic controls of early mammalian development CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Apr 17 Phil Zamore
UMass Medical School
TBA CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Apr 10 Scott Kenney
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Mechanism and regulation of meiotic recombination Sue Jinks-Robertson
Mar 27 Elliott Kieff
Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Harvard University
Coordinate Epstein-Barr virus encoded nuclear protein regulation of cell gene transcription is essential for lymphocyte transformation Bryan Cullen
Mar 20 Craig Garner
Stanford University
SAP97 regulates in the sorting, trafficking and dynamics of synaptic Glutamate receptors Mike Ehlers
Mar 13 Vincent Mauro
The Neurosciences Institute
Mechanisms of eukaryotic translation initiation Chris Nicchitta
Mar 6 Mark Rose
Princeton University
Safe sex and the single cell Danny Lew
Feb 28 Roy Parker
University of Arizona
Control of the mRNA translation and degradation in eukaryotic cells CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Feb 21 Benoit Chabot
University of Sherbrooke
Splicing connections in apoptosis and cancer Mariano Garcia-Blanco
Feb 7 Gerhart H. Wagner
Uppsala University
Regulatory RNAs in bacteria: Biological roles and mechanisms Coby Slagter-Jager
Jan 31 Cliff Tabin
Harvard University
Development and evolution of vertebrate morphology CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Jan 17 Samuel Katz
Duke University
Eradication of vaccine-preventable virus infections–One down? Two to go? TBA
Jan 10 Robert Lamb
Northwestern University
Understanding paramyxovirus-induced membrane fusion TBA
Dec 13 William Holloman
Weill Cornell Medical College
Recombination mechanisms inUstilago maydis Joe Heitman
Nov 29 Alan Hall
Sloan-Kettering Institute
Rho GTPases and the control of cell behavior CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Nov 22 Thanksgiving
Nov 15 Larry Zwiebel
Vanderbilt University
Molecular genetics of olfaction in disease vector mosquitoes TBA
Nov 8 Marc Tessier-Lavigne
Genetech
Career paths in academia and industry CMB Distinguished Lecture Series
Nov 8 Tarun Kapoor
Rockefeller University
Chemical Biology of Cell Division TBA
Nov 1 Srinivasa Srinivasula
National Cancer Institute
CARP-2 is an endosomal-associated ubiquitin protein ligase for RIP and regulates TNF-induced NF-kB activation TBA
Oct 18 Suzanne Pfeffer
Stanford University School of Medicine
Regulation of receptor trafficking by Rab GTPases TBA
Oct 11 Joel Levine
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Social control of circadian patterns of mating in Drosophila TBA
Oct 4 Michael Lorenz 
UT-Houston Medical School
TBA TBA
Sept 27 Aaron Mitchell
Columbia University
Post-genomic analysis of theCandida albicans cell surface TBA
Sept 6 Paul Magee
University of Minnesota
A tale of two pathogens: What can genome studies tell us about the differences in virulence betweenCandida albicans andCandida dubliniensis Joe Heitman