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GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR SERIES

FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES

SPRING 2015



DATE
SPEAKER/AFFILIATION
TOPIC
HOST
1/6/2015

Wayne Frankel, PhD

The Jackson Laboratory

Mouse Genetics and Genomics in the Era of Precision Medicine: New Opportunities for Modeling Epilepsy in Mice
Gerard Karsenty
1/13/2015

Agata Smogorzewska, MD,PhD

Rockefeller University

Mechanism of Genome Maintenance by Fanconi Anemia Proteins
Rodney Rothstein
1/20/2015

Sara Cherry, PhD

Department of Microbiology

University of Pennsylvania

Using Genetic Approaches to Study Antiviral Immunity
Mimi Shirasu-Hiza
2/10/2015

Megan C. King, PhD

Department of Cell Biology

Yale University

 

Nuclear Compartmentalization and DNA Repair
Rodney Rothstein
2/17/2015

Phillip Allan Newmark, PhD

Department of Cell and Biology

University of Illinois

Urbana-Champaign

 

Germ Cell Development and Regeneration in Planarians: Implications for Understanding Parasitic Flatworms
Benjamin Ohlstein
2/24/2015

Akhilesh Pandey, MD, PhD

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

Digging Deeper into the Human Proteome
Jean Gautier
3/3/2015

Wendy K. Chung, MD, PhD

Division of Molecular Genetics, Department of Pediatrics

Columbia University

 

The Role of Genomics in Precision Medicine
Gerard Karsenty
3/10/2015

Sue Biggins, PhD

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

 

Reconstituting Kinetochore Functions In Vitro
Genetic Students
3/17/2015

David Raizen, MD, PhD

Department of Neurology

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

Catching Z’s with the worm: Somnogen discovery in C. elegans
Iva Greenwald
3/24/2015

Karlene A. Cimprich, PhD

Department of Chemical and Systems Biology

Stanford University, School of Medicine

Mechanisms for the Maintenance of Genome Stability
Alberto Ciccia
3/31/2015

Michael Lichten, PhD

Laboratory of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Center for Cancer Research

National Cancer Institute

Choosing the Right Partner and Getting the Right Outcome:

The Interplay Between Meiotic Chromosome Structure and Recombination Biochemistry

Rodney Rothstein &

Lorraine Symington

4/7/2015

Emmanuelle Passegué, PhD

Department of Medicine Division of Hematology/OncologyEli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCSF

The Many Faces of Hematopoietic Stem Cells

Chozha Rathinam
4/14/2015
Ramesh A. Shivdasani, MD, PhD

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and

Harvard Medical School

Epigenetic and Transcriptional Control of Tissue Differentiation
Lori Sussel
4/21/2015

Mary Goll, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

 

Essential Roles for the 5-methylcytosine Dioxygenases Tet2 and Tet3 in Normal Development and Hematopoiesis
Tim Bestor
5/5/2015

Daniel Durocher, PhD

Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute

Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

 

Cell Cycle Regulation of the BRCA1-PALB2-BRCA2 Pathway
Alberto Ciccia
5/12/2015

Tzumin Lee, MD, PhD

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Developmental Biology Neuroscience

 Janelia Research Group Leader

 

Genetic Basis of Lineage/Age-Dependent Neural Stem Cell Fate
Gary Struhl
5/19/2015

Karla Neugebauer, PhD

Molecular Biophysics and

 Biochemistry and of Cell Biology

 Yale School of Medicine

 

Zygotic Genome Activation: Transcription, Splicing and the Organization of the Cell Nucleus
Laura Johnston
5/26/2015

Sebastian Amigorena, PhD

Immunology Department

 Institut Curie, Paris

 

Antigen Cross Presentation

 in Dendritic Cells 

Gerard Karsenty
6/2/2015

Jose Antonio Enriquez, PhD

National Center for Cardiovascular Research Carlos III

Why we do not understand Mitochondrial Diseases?  

Eric Schon
6/23/2015

Ali Gharavi, MD

Division of Nephrology

Department of Medicine

Columbia University 

Genetics of Developmental and Immune-Mediated Kidney Disorders

Gerard Karsenty
7/20/2015

Elizabeth H. Chen, PhD

Molecular Biology and Genetics Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

How to Make One Cell from Two:  Mechanisms of Cell-Cell Fusion

Gerard Karsenty

 

       

                          



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