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Speaker
Institution
Title
Host
  
8/25/2015
Jun J. Yang
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
Mitochondrial Proteins, Pathways and Pathogenesis
Andy Tao
9/1/2015
Andy Mesecar
Purdue University, Department of Biochemistry & Center for Cancer Research
TBA
Beth Tran
9/8/2015
Chun-Ju (Alice) Chang
Purdue University, Dept. of Basic Medical Sciences
The Role of MicroRNA in Regulation of Mammary Stem Cell Fate and Tumorigenesis
Beth Tran and Barb Golden
9/15/2015
Christine Mayr
Memorial Sloan Kettering/Cancer Genetics Program
Alternative 3'UTRs Act as Scaffolds to Regulate Membrane Protein Localization and Function
Beth Tran
9/22/2015
Jorge Rodriguez
Purdue University, Dept. of Physics
TBA
Sandy Rossie
9/29/2015
Barbara Stefanska
Purdue University, Dept. of Nutrition Science
Epigenetic Effects of Berry Polyphenols on Oncogenic Signaling in Cancer
Vikki Weake
10/6/2015
Elizabeth Sattely
Stanford University, Dept. of Chemical Engineering
Discovery of Plant Metabolic Pathways for Plant and Human Health
Jeremy Lohman
10/20/2015
Paul A. Wade
NIEHS, Epigenetics and Stem Cell Biology Laboratory
DNA Methylation, Chromatin Structure and Gene Regulation
Humi Gowher and Joe Ogas
10/27/2015
Rachel Green
Johns Hopkins University, Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics
Exploring mRNA Surveillance Using Biochemistry and Ribosome Profiling
Students/Aamir Mir
11/3/2015
Boyi Gan
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Program of Cancer Biology
Energy Sensing and Metabolism in Cancer and Stem Cells
Xiaoqi Liu
11/10/2015
Lori Pile
Wayne State University, Dept. of Biological Sciences
TBA
Scott Briggs
11/16/2015
BEACH LECTURES Wilhelm Gruissem
ETH Zurich
TBA
Natalia Dudareva
12/1/2015
Mathew Tantama
Purdue University, Dept. of Chemistry
Visualizing Signaling and Metabolism in Live Cells with Fluorescent Biosensors
Jeremy Lohman
12/8/2015
Jan M. Skotheim
Stanford University, Dept. of Biology
Coordinating Division with Cell Growth and Differentiation
Mark Hall
12/12/2015
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