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    MCB Seminar Program Schedule l Molecular and Cellular Biology Colloquia  
 

Molecular and Cellular Biology Colloquia

FALL 2014

Mondays at 12:15 pm
1634 LGR Towers (Math Lounge)
Snacks Provided


MCB Student Organizers:
Chelsea Marcho, Yuzhou Tang


September 8
Second Year Students - Lab Rotation Presentations:
Marcos Manganare (Shelly Peyton Lab, Chemical Engineering Dept)
He Yang (Li-Jun Ma Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)

September 15
Second Year Students - Lab Rotation Presentations:
Lisa Hernandez-Alicea (Peter Chien Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)
Di Huang (Scott Garman Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)

September 22
Second Year Students - Lab Rotation Presentations:
Nils Pilotte (Steven Williams Lab, Smith College)
Kaitlyn Wong (Sallie Smith-Schneider Lab, PVLSI/Vet & Animal Sciences Dept)

September 29
Second Year Students - Lab Rotation Presentations:
Derrick Deming (Scott Garman Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)
Tyler Marcinko (Richard Vachet Lab, Chemistry Dept)

October 6
Second Year Students - Lab Rotation Presentations:
Jake Schnabl (Michael Barresi Lab, Smith College)
Ayana Suber (Ross Lab, Physics Dept)

October 13
No Colloquium - Veteran's Day

October 20
TBA

October 27
Monifa Fahie (Min Chen Lab, Chemistry Dept)
"Assembly and attack of an E. coli pore forming toxin and its applications for biomedicine"

November 3
TBA

November 10
Christina Chisholm (Min Chen Lab, Chemistry Dept)

November 17
Dr. David Sela (Food Science Dept)

November 24
Yuzhou Tang (Alejandro Heuck Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)
"Structural Analysis of the Pseudomonas aeruginosa Type III Secretion Translocator PopD in Membrane Inserted PopB/PopD Complexes"

December 1
Karan Hingorani (Lila Gierasch Lab, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Dept)


 

 





 
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