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Spring 2007 Seminars

Date Speaker Title Host
Feb. 2 Jon Yewdell "Gained in Translation: The Immunoribosome Hypothesis of MHC Class I Peptide Ligand Generation" Briken
Feb. 16 Ted Pierson
Laboratory of Viral Diseases, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
"Towards understanding the stoichiometry of neutralization and enhancement of flavivirus virus infection" Fredericksen
Feb. 23 Scott Merrell
Uniformed Services University
"Regulatory Mechanisms of Helicobacter pylori"
Mar. 2

Nam-Hai Chua

Mar. 9 Doug Robinson
Johns Hopkins University
"Dynamic Cortical Rearrangements, Mechanosensing, and Mechanical Feedback of Dividing Cells" Wolniak
Mar. 16 Jon Dinman
University of Maryland
“Ribosome structure and function” Mount
Mar. 30 Steven A. Porcelli
Albert Einstein
"Countering immune evasion by M. tuberculosis: strategies for vaccine improvement" Briken
Apr. 6 Elisabeth Gantt
University of Maryland
"Harvesting light energy for photosynthesis: from cytology to evolution and signaling" Sze
Apr. 13 Mike Blatt
University of Glasgow
"Getting around the guard cell - an expanding problem" Sze
Apr. 20 Jacques Ravel
The Institute for Genomic Research
"SNPs, Chips and transcriptomics in Bacillus anthracis" DiRuggiero
Apr. 27 Karen Browning
University of Texas, Austin
"Tales of two translation factors:  eIF4E and eIFiso4E" Simon
May 4 Zhen-Ming Pei
Duke University
"Diurnal Ca2+ oscillations and flowering" Kwak
May 11 Derek Lovley
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"The Microbe Electric: Microbial Nanowires, Fuel Cells, and Electron Transfer onto Minerals with Geobacter and Other Electricigens" Stein

*All Seminars will be held at 12:00 noon in Rm. 2242 H.J. Patterson Hall

Other semesters: Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Fall 2005 Spring 2006 Fall 2006 Fall 2007

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