MCB Special Summer Seminar:
Friday, August 15, 11:00 AM - Refreshments at 10:45am - Life Science Laboratories (LSL), room 410 - Yajuan J. Liu, University of Washington School of Medicine
"Recurrent Genetic Aberrations in Renal Cell Carcinoma & Their Correlation with Histology and Clinical Outcome"
HOST: Li-Jun Ma
MCB Seminar Program Schedule
Tuesdays – 4:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
Morrill II, Room 222
Refreshments at 3:45 p.m.
Faculty Organizes: Michele Klingbeil (Klingbeil@microbio.umass.edu) & Wei-Lih Lee (email@example.com)
Student Organizers: Ketan Mathavan, E. Ilker Ozay
September 2 - No Seminar
First-Year Lab Rotation Fair I
September 9 - No Seminar
First-Year Lab Rotation Fair II
September 16 - Anastasia Khvorova, University of Massachusetts Medical School
HOST: Barbara A. Osborne
September 23 - Rong Li, Stowers Institute for Medical Research
"A Numbers Game: Rapid Cellular Evolution Driven by Karyotype Instability and Chromosome Stoichiometry Imbalance"
HOST: Patricia Wadsworth
September 30 - Sarah E. Rice, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
"Src Kinase Phosphoregulation of the Human Mitotic Kinesin, Eg5"
STUDENT HOSTS: Megan Bailey, Barbara Mann
*Thursday, October 2 - Brian Gregory, University of Pennsylvania
CO-SPONSOR: Plant Biology Program; HOST: Dong Wang
October 7 - Rasika Harshey, The University of Texas at Austin
"Repair of Mu DNA Insertions Depends on the oriC Fork"
HOST: Steven Sandler
October 14 - No Seminar
Monday Class Schedule
October 21 - Gregory A. Grabowski, Chief Scientific Officer, Synageva BioPharma; Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
HOSTS: Scott Garman, Daniel Hebert
October 28 - To Be Announced
November 4 - Elizabeth Haswell, Washington University in St. Louis
"Smarty Plants: How Molecules, Cells and Organisms Sense and Respond to Mechanical Force"
HOST: Magdalena Bezanilla
November 11 - No Seminar
November 18 - To Be Announced
November 25 - No Seminar
December 2 - Janet M. Shaw, University of Utah
"Loss of Miro1-directed Retrograde Mitochondrial Movement Results in a Novel Murine Model for Neuron Disease"
HOST: Wei-Lih Lee