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Joint MCB Seminar Series for Fall 2011

September 19, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

JOINT SEMINARS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
College of Biological Sciences

FALL 2011

Thursdays, 4:10 p.m., 1022 Life Sciences

September 29
“The role of spindle orientation in neural stem cell homeostasis in Drosophila”
Chris Doe, Ph.D.
Faculty Host: Lesliee Rose (lsrose@ucdavis.edu)

October 6
“H3K9 methylation- mediated silencing in mouse embryonic stem cells- the writers, the readers and what they read”
Matthew Lorincz, Ph.D.
Host: Paul Ginno (paginno@ucdavis.edu)

October 13
“Mechanisms of Molecular Motor Proteins”
Ron Vale, Ph.D.
Host: Brandon Zipp (bjzipp@ucdavis.edu)

October 20
“Mechanisms regulating maintenance of stem cells and the stem cell niche”
Leanne Jones, Ph.D.
Faculty Host: Bruce Draper (bwdraper@ucdavis.edu)

October 27
“TBA”
Jonathan Weissman, Ph.D.
Host: Nancy Nilla (nvilla@ucdavis.edu)

November 3
“Cellular Mechanisms of Insulin Resistance: Implications for Obesity, Lipodystrophy and Type 2 Diabetes”
Gerald Shulman, Ph.D.
Host: Monica Watson (mwatson@ucdavis.edu)

November 10
“Molecular assembly of neuronal synapses”
Ann Marie Craig, Ph.D.
Host: Lyndsey Kirk (lmkirk@ucdavis.edu)

November 17
“Centrins & Sfi1 proteins in basal body biology”
Mark Winey, Ph.D.
Faculty Host: Scott Dawson (scdawson@ucdavis.edu)

December 1
“Wnt signaling, stem cells and tissue maintenance”
Roel Nusse, Ph.D.
Faculty Host: Chengji Zhou (cjzhou@ucdavis.edu)

December 8
“TBA”
Thomas Schwartz, Ph.D.
Faculty Host: Dan Starr (dastarr@ucdavis.edu)

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