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MCMB Colloquium Spring 2013




BIOL 871
Colloquium in Microbiology, Cell and Molecular Biology

Spring 2013

Thursdays  •  4:10-5:00 PM  •  SCI 210


 Date  Speaker  Title  Host
Jan 31 Ryoko Oono
Duke University
Cooperation and sanctions in the symbiosis between legume plants and N2-fixing-rhizobia TBA
Feb 7
Joshua Gendron
UC San Diego
Molecular Mechanism of Plant Circadian Clocks TBA
Feb 12
Jennifer Funk
Chapman University

Trait-based approaches to ecological restoration in invaded communities

LOCATION/TIME:  HH501, 12:30pm - 2pm

Feb 14
Lisa Bentley
University of Arizona
Exploring Plant Physiological Processes at Multiple Temporal and Biological Scales TBA
Feb 19
Jesse Woodson
Salk Institute for Biological Studies

Chloroplast Signaling in Plants

LOCATION/TIME:  HH501, 12:30pm - 2pm

Feb 21
Michi Taga
UC Berkeley
Molecular interactions in microbial communities: the corrinoid model TBA
Feb 26
Kevin Simonin
University of Sydney

Leaf water-use strategy and lifespan: Implications for carbon gain

LOCATION/TIME:  HH501, 12:30pm - 2pm

Mar 7
Weiguo Zhang
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Conserved regulation of centromere protein stability by mutual protection and ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis TBA
Mar 14
Nann Fangue
UC Davis
Conservation Physiology: Linking Mechanism to Outcomes in a Changing Climate  
Mar 21
Cardy Raper
University of Vermont
The fungi: nature's testing ground for accomplishing sexual union Lily Chen
Mar 28 Spring Break NO SEMINAR  
Apr 4
Anne M. Etgen
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Can estrogens protect the brain from damage induced by ischemia? TBA
Apr 11
Mariel Vazquez
SF State
DNA unlinking by Xer recombination TBA
Apr 18
Joanna Mountain
Consumer Genomics: Driving Discovery TBA
Apr 30
Jenny Graves
Australian National University


LOCATION/TIME:  HH501, TUESDAY 12:30pm - 2pm

May 2
Daniel Levy
DEL BioPharma
Medicinal Chemistry Strategies Targeting Cardiac Function TBA
May 16 Justin Costa Improved experimental techniques for analyzing nucleic acid transport through protein nanopores in planar lipid bilayers TBA