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Student Seminar Series – Weston Powell – Jan 11 @ 13h10 in LSA1022

It is time for the first talk of this BMCDB Student Seminar Series this Winter Quarter and Weston Powell will be the speaker this Wednesday. If you want to eat free pizza every other week, please come and don’t forget to sign in. You can also help the speaker with comments and suggestions

Wednesday 2012 Jan 11

Weston Powell

LaSalle Lab
The Prader-Willi syndrome lncRNA 116HG remains tehtered to its site of transcription by SAF-A
LSA 1022
Free pizza
This is not only a great opportunity to meet and keep in contact with your fellow students from different years and learn about what student speakers are doing, in specific for 1st years.
Note, there are two spots available. If you want to speak, email me or Ralph ASAP.
Your participation is the only way this seminar series will succeed!
See you all on Wednesday.
Daniël and Ralph

The schedule for this quarter is:

Fall 2011
Oct 05 – Nadia Ono
Oct 19 – Kasia Koscielska
Nov 02 – Anna Erickson
Nov 16 – Gordon Walker
Nov 30 – Katrina Garvey

There is still space to talk in the Winter and Spring, so please contact me before all the spaces are gone!!!!! Especially those who want to practice for their upcoming QE.
Winter 2012
Jan 11 – Weston Powell
Jan 25 – Alan Raetz
Feb 08
Feb 22 – Haifeng Wang
Mar 07 – Ariadne Vlahakis

Spring 2012
Mar 28
Apr 11 – Brian Avanzino
Apr 25 – Angela Monterrubio
May 09 – Kristen Beck
May 23 – Damian Guerra

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