Cell and Developmental Biology Seminars 2013-2014

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Cell and Developmental Biology Seminars 2013-2014

All seminars are held Wednesdays at 12pm in Jordan 1-14, unless otherwise noted.

September 18 Joachim Herz, MD
UT Southwestern
Title:   The Cellular Biology of ApoE receptors in Alzheimer’s Disease
Host:  George Bloom
October 16
**CANCELLED
Jonathan L. Tilly, Ph.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Title:  Ovarian Development, Function and Failure from a Stem Cell-based Perspective
Host:  John Herr
October 30 Peter Robin Hiesinger, Ph.D.
UT Southwestern
Title:  Membrane Trafficking in Neuronal Development and Maintenance: A Look Through the Fly’s Eye
Host:  Bettina Winckler
November 13 Heinrich Jaspar, Ph.D.
Buck Institute for Research on Aging
Title:  Stem cell aging and loss of tissue homeostasis: lessons from Drosophila
Host - Adrian Halme
November 22
**Friday
Adam Martin, PhD
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Title: Shaping tissues with contractile ratchets
**Location: Gilmer 190 at 12:00
Host: Keith Kozminski
January 15 Susan M. Parkhurst, Ph.D.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Member, Division of Basic Sciences
Title:  Single Cell and Multicellular Wound Repair in Drosophila: Dealing with life’s little traumas    
Host:  Adrian Halme
February 19, 12p
**Wednesday
Jordan 1-14
CANCELLED
(weather related; will reschedule)
Joshua R. Sanes, Ph.D.
Harvard University
Distinguished Lecture
Title
:  Wiring up the retina    
Hosts: Barry Gumbiner, Doug Bayliss & Kevin Lee
March 12 Sally Horne-Badovinac, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago
Title:  Round and Round - planar polarity and collective cell migration in elongating egg chambers
Host:  Adrian Halme
March 19 Alexandra L.  Joyner, Ph.D.
Sloan-Kettering Institute
Title:  Interdependence of cellular networks during cerebellum development
Host:  Christine and Bernard Thisse
April 2 Natalie G. Ahn, Ph.D.
University of Colorado, Boulder
Title:  Proteomics, mass spectrometry, and new insights into cell signaling
Host:  Jung-Bum Shin
April 30 Richard J. Youle, Ph.D.
Senior Investigator, NIH
Title:  Damage Control  - How the Pink1/Parkin Pathway can Regulate Removal of Impaired Mitochondria by Autophagy
Host:  Gordon Laurie
May 21 Kenneth D. Poss, Ph.D.
Duke University
Title:  Source and stimuli for heart regeneration
Host:  Adrian Halme
May 28 Vojo Deretic, Ph.D.
University of New Mexico Cancer Center
Title:  Autophagy - a biological paradigm for everyone
Host:  Jim Casanova