Spring 2004 Seminars

Spring 2004 Seminars

Spring 2004 Seminar Schedule

 

Date Speaker, Affiliation, Title Host, Location
2/4 Nima Mosammaparast, University of Virginia
Linking core histone nuclear import and chromatin assembly
LOCATION: Jordan Hall Conference Center
Reception following Seminar
Recipient of Robert R. Wagner Prize
2/11 Dr. Shannon Doyle, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT)
The Dynamic Folding of E. coli SecA
Dr. Jay Brown
2/18 Lesly Temesvari, Ph.D., Clemson University
Regulation of vesicular trafficking by the ras-related Rab GTPases in Dictyostelium discoideum and Entamoeba histolytica:  A tale of two ameba
Dr. William Petri, Jr.
2/25 Dr. Ben Margolis, University of Michigan
Protein complexes that control cell polarity
Dr. Kodi Ravichandran
3/17 1st year Research Rotation Symposium - Part I Dr. Amy Bouton
3/24 1st year Research Rotation Symposium - Part 2 Dr. Amy Bouton
3/26 Aaron J. Mackey, University of Virginia
The utility of unfinished genomes
Dr. William Pearson
3/31 Dr. Mike Schaller, University of NC at Chapel Hill
Structural and functional analysis of focal adhesion kinase
Dr. Ulrike Lorenz
4/14 Vijay Yajnik, Harvard Medical School
DOCK4 signaling in cell biology and tumor progression
Dr. Kodi Ravichandran
4/15
Thursday
Paul S. Hoffman, Division of Infectious Diseases, Dept Internal Medicine, Dalhousie University
New developments in the biology and pathogenesis of legionnaires' disease
LOCATION: Microbiology library, Room 7006
Refreshments 3:45p
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
4/21 Dr. Jim Hoxie
HIV Envelope Glycoproteins: "Pushing the Envelope" for Structure/Function and Vaccine Studies
Dr. Julie Turner
4/28

Dr. Peter Ernst, D.V.M., Ph.D., University of Virginia
Immune epithelial cell interactions in response to gastrointestinal infections
(joint appointment candidate)

Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
5/5 Dr. Thomas M. Roberts, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School & Dana-Farber Cancer Institution
New Thoughts on Kinase Regulation from an Old Friend
(joint appointment candidate)
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
5/12 1st year Research Rotation Poster Session Dr. Amy Bouton
5/19 Stuart F.J. Le Grice, Ph.D, National Cancer Institute
Re-shaping reverse transcription in retroviruses and
LTR-retrotransposons via chemical biology
Dr. Lou Hammarskjold
5/26 Shyr-Te Ju, Ph.D., University of Virginia
Function, Regulation and Utilization of Fas Ligand
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons