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2019-2020 Seminars

Fussing about Fission: Untangling Apicomplexan Cell Division

MJ Gubbels, PhD

Department of Biology

Boston College

August 27

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Climate Change and Health: What Everyone Needs to Know

Aaron Bernstein, M.D., M.P.H.

Boston Children's Hospital

September 10

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Illuminating the "Dark Matter" of the Bioactive Microbiota Metabolome

Noah Palm, Ph.D.

Human and Translational Immunology Program at the Yale University School of Medicine

September 17

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Toxoplasma gondii: Life of Checks and Balances

Elena S. Suvorova, Ph.D.

Morsani College of Medicine

University of South Florida

September 24

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Probing Molecular Mechanisms of RNA-Chaperone Proteins with a Bacterial Three-Hybrid Assay

Katie Berry, Ph.D.

Mount Holyoke College

October 01

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Next Generation Drug Discovery and Design From Venoms – The Case Study of Venom Insulins

Helena Safavi, Ph.D.

University of Utah

October 08

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Maintenance of Adhesion and Barrier Function as Cells Change Shape and Divide

Ann L. Miller, Ph.D.

Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

University of Michigan

October 15

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

The Cell Biology and Genetics of HIV-1 Early Replication

Vineet N. KewalRamani, Ph.D.

National Cancer Institute at Frederick, MD

October 22

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Innate Immunity to HIV-1 and Other Retroviruses

Jeremy Luban, M.D.

David J Freelander Chair in AIDS Research

Program in Molecular Medicine and Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology

Univeristy of Massachusetts Medical School

October 29

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Making a New Limb Out of Old Cells: Exploring the Role of Cell Plasticity During Pattern Formation in the Axolotl Limb Regenerate

Catherine McCusker, Ph.D.

Developmental Biology

Molecular Mechanisms of Regeneration

University of Massachusetts Boston

November 05

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Targeting a Metabolic Vulnerability in Parasites with Novel Macrocyclic Peptides

James Inglese, P.D.

National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences

National institutes of Health

November 12

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Evolutionary Selection and Constraint on Human Knee Chondrocyte Regulation Impacts Osteoarthritis Risk

Terence Capellini, Ph.D.

Human Evolutional Biology

Harvard University

November 19

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310