The structural evolution of outer membrane proteins
1211 DeLuca Biochemical Sciences Building
Featuring Elliot Kirschner
135 Hiram Smith Hall
Erika Geisbrecht – Kansas State University - Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics “Metabolic defects promote muscle degeneration in a muscular dystropy model”
1111 Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Genetic and neurophysiological approaches to tackle neurodevelopmental disorders
Insights from rare disorders shed light on common neurodegenerative diseases
Featuring Todd Newman
MSC, Armory and Gymnasium (Red Gym)
Maitreya Dunham - University of Washington - Genome Sciences “Evolution of yeast hybrids in the lab and the brewery”
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Spooner Agricultural Research Station, Spooner, Wis.
Featuring Kendall Moore
Judith Kassis – National Institute of Child Health and Human Development “Recruitment of Polycomb group proteins in Drosophila”
116 Agricultural Hall
Global coordination of transcription and translation in E. coli
Featuring Edy MacDonald
Laura Rusche – University at Buffalo – Biological Sciences “Evolution of gene regulation in yeasts”
Model Organism-Planarians! Planarians and the eternal life of stem cells
Featuring Cathy Techtmann
Mario Suva - Harvard Medical School - Pathology “Dissecting human gliomas by single-cell genomics”
Growth Factor Signaling in the Endocrine Pancreas
Featuring Adam Levine
Daniel Colon-Ramos – Yale University - Neuroscience and Cell Biology "Mechanisms of synaptic assembly and function, lessons from C. elegans"
Model Organism-Ants! Epigenetic and brain plasticity during a behavioral switch in ants
Featuring Anthony Dudo
Robert Duronio - University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill - Biology & Genetics “Chromatin Regulation of DNA Replication During Development”
Featuring Matthew Nisbet
William Bement – University of Wisconsin, Madison – Cell Biology & Integrative Biology “The Cell Cortex as an Excitable Medium”
Model Organism-Skates! Evolution and Development of Neural Circuits for Motor Control
Featuring Catalina Toma
Melissa Harrison – University of Wisconsin, Madison – Biomolecular Chemistry “Pioneers, settlers, and life on the OregonR trail: transcriptional regulation during development”
Recognition of graduating students who have earned the undergrad or graduate certificate in Global Health
Mendota Room, Dejope Residence Hall
(Un?)structural mechanisms for initiating DNA replication
AAE Reception for 2019 Spring/Summer graduating students
Model Organism-Squirrels! Molecular adaptations to the unique lifestyle in mammalian hibernators
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