Fall 2002 Seminars

Fall 2002 Seminars

Fall 2002 Seminar Schedule

Date
Speaker, Affiliation, Seminar Title
Host

August 26:
12 Noon
Microbiology Library

Dr. Songqin Pan, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Application of amino acid-specific mass tagging technique in mass spectrometry-based proteomic studies

Dr. Jay Fox
September 4:

Dr. John Petrini, UW Madison/Memorial Sloan Kettering
MRE11-NBS-RAD50 complex and DNA repair

Dr. Gary Kupfer
September 18: Dr. Kodi Ravichandran , Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Understanding signaling via the adapter protein Shc and the Dock180/Elmo complex- lessons from worm to mammals
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
September 25: Dr. Richard Koup, Vaccine Research Center, NIH
HIV and the Immune Response: A Battle Royal
Dr. David Camerini
September 30:
4:00
Jordan 1-17
Dr. David Mullins, University of Virginia
Candidate for appointment to Assistant Professor of Research
Development of anti-tumor vaccine strategies in HLA-A2 transgenic mice: implications for cancer immunotherapy
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons and the Carter Center for Immunology Research
October 2: Dr. Robert J. Kadner, Department of Microbiology, UVa
Vitamin B12 uptake: Structure meets transport and translation
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
October 9: Dr. Philip LoVerde, Department of Microbiology, SUNY-Buffalo
Role of signaling pathways in schistosome biology
Microbiology/ Infectious Diseases
Dr. Bill Petri
October 16:
12:00 Noon
Dr. Glen Nemerow, Department of Immunology, Scripps Research Institute
Adenovirus entry into cells through integrins/adenoviruses for gene targeting
Cell Biology/ Microbiology
Dr. Judy White
October 23: POSTPONED To March 5, 2003
Dr. M. Mitchell Smith
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
October 30 :
11:00 AM
Micro Library
Michael March, Department of Microbiology
Public Thesis Defense
Molecular Dissection of SHIP1 Function in Fc(gamma) RIIB1 Mediated Inhibitory Signaling in B Cells
Dr. Kodi Ravichandran
October 30: Dr. Thomas J. Hope, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
Looking at HIV in a new way; adventures with fluorescently labeled virions
Cell Biology/ Microbiology
Dr. Judy White
November 6: Dr. Dennis J. Templeton , Department of Pathology, UVa Medical School
Redox control of stress-signaling protein kinase cascades involves a novel covalent modification mechanism
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons

November 7:
Noon
Jordan 1-14
(auditorium)

Distinguished Lecture
Dr. Steve Watson, University of Oxford,
Functional interactions between immunoglobulin and integrin receptors during blood-platelet activation
Dr. Adrian Gear, Dept. Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics
Dr. David Camerini, Dept. Microbiology
November 13: Dr. Juergen Knoblich , Intitute of Molecular Pathogenesis , Vienna Austria
Think different: How Par-proteins direct asymmetric cell divisions in the Drosophila nervous system
Dr. Ian Macara

November 18:
11:00 AM
Jordan 7006
(Micro Library)

Dr. Scott Eblen, University of Virginia, Candidate for Assistant Professor of Research
Regulation of MAP Kinase signaling by phosphorylation and protein-protein interactions
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
November 20: Dr. Larry Rohrschneider , Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Transduction of growth and differentiation signals by Gab and SHIP proteins in macrophage development and ES cells
Dr. Kodi Ravichandran

November 25:
4:00 Jordan
Conf. Center

Distinguished Lecture
Dr. Tony Pawson , Dept of Molecular and Medical Genetics, University of Toronto
Protein Modules in Signal Transduction
Dr. Ian Macara
December 4: Dr. Mario Stevenson, Molecular Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Mimicry of CD40 by HIV Nef
Dr. David Camerini
December 11: Dr. Klaus Ley , Director, Cardiovascular Research Center, University of Virginia Health System
Regulation of Blood Neutrophil Counts
Dr. David Camerini
December 20:
Jordan 6006
3:00 PM
Jayanand Vasudevan, Department of Microbiology; Public Thesis Defense
The Role of Chemokine Receptors in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 Infection
Dr. David Camerini