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biology department

Data Club Schedule (Spring 2014)

Data Club is held in Higgins 310, generally on a Thursday from 3-4 p.m.

Date

Presenter 1

Presenter 2

1/16/2013

Chiles  (Michelle Archibald)
"Fabrication and characterization of a novel nanodendrite-based electrochemical sensor for the detection of disease biomarkers."

Williams (Jennifer Campbell)
 "Twerking Trafficking with Tysabri"

1/23/2013

Hoffman (Charlie Hoffman):
"Building Better Bathtubs with
S. pombe"

Clote (Evan Senter)
"Using 2D Energy Landscapes to Approximate RNA Folding Kinetics: Harder Better Faster Stronger"

2/6/2014

Cam (Peter Johansen)
"Epigenetic regulation of meiotic homologous recombination at repetitive elements in fission yeast."

Gubbels (Sudeshna Saha)
" Deciphering the Ca2+ signaling mechanism in Toxoplasma invasion and egress"

2/18/2014 *Tuesday

Johnson (Kate Halm)
"The ancient virus in your genome - Is it dead yet?"

Muskavitch (Adam Jenkins)
"Dumb and Dumber: What Do Mosquitos, Tuxedos and RNAseq Have in Common?"

4/10/2014

Williams (Joshua Walker)

Annunziato (Tony Annunziato)
"To Split or Not to Split, That is the Question..."

4/24/2014

Meyer (Betty Slinger)
"The Hunger Games in a test tube: Evolving a synthetic RNA for ribosomal protein S15"

Cam (Pat Grady)
"Express yourself! Noncanonical roles for Set1 in repetitive element regulation"

5/1/2014

Seyfried (Zeynep Akgoc)
"Bursting the starved tumor cells: Warburg meets his ketone bodies"

Muskavitch (Kim Regna)
"Why did the mosquito cross the road?  How genetic and pharmacological manipulation of GPCRs can create detours."

 

5/8/2014 Lowery (Laura Anne Lowery)
"Building Better Brains with +TIPS"
Johnson (Ted Diehl)
"Rise and fall of an ancient retroviral lineage revealed in the genomes of modern mammals"