Seminars 2019-2020

Fussing about Fission: Untangling Apicomplexan Cell Division

August 27

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

MJ Gubbels, PhD

Department of Biology

Boston College

Broad Autoreactivity of T Cells Directly From Islets of Donors with Type 1 Diabetes

September 03

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Sally Kent, Ph.D.

Department of Medicine, Division of Diabetes

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Climate Change and Health: What Everyone Needs to Know

September 10

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

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

Boston Children's Hospital

Illuminating the "Dark Matter" of the Bioactive Microbiota Metabolome

September 17

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Noah Palm, Ph.D.

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

Toxoplasma gondii: Life of Checks and Balances

September 24

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Elena S. Suvorova, Ph.D.

Morsani College of Medicine

University of South Florida

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

October 01

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Katie Berry, Ph.D.

Mount Holyoke College

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

October 08

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Helena Safavi, Ph.D.

University of Utah

Mechanisms and Functions of Myonuclear Movement

October 22

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Eric Folker, Ph.D.

Department of Biology

Boston College

Innate Immunity to HIV-1 and Other Retroviruses

October 29

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Jeremy Luban, M.D.

David J Freelander Chair in AIDS Research

Program in Molecular Medicine and Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology

Univeristy of Massachusetts Medical School

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

November 05

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Catherine McCusker, Ph.D.

Developmental Biology

Molecular Mechanisms of Regeneration

University of Massachusetts Boston

Targeting a Metabolic Vulnerability in Parasites with Novel Macrocyclic Peptides

November 12

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

James Inglese, P.D.

National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences

National institutes of Health

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

November 19

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Terence Capellini, Ph.D.

Human Evolutional Biology

Harvard University

Regulation of Proportional Growth in Zebrafish by Potassium Ion Transport

January 14

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Boston College Biology Department

Spring Seminar Series

Wouldn't Hurt a Fly: Novel Pain Drug Targets from Drosophila

January 21

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Boston College Biology Department

Spring Seminar Series

Unravelling the Mysteries of Fuchs Dystrophy: The Path of Clinician Scientist

January 28

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Ula Jurkunas, M.D.

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

Harvard Medical School

 

Structure to Function Analysis of the Drosophila Insulin-like Receptor in Aging

February 18

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Marc Tatar, Ph.D.

Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Brown University

Force Awakens Autoimmune T Cells

February 25

3:00 PM

Higgins Hall, 310

Boston College Department of Biology - Spring Seminar Series

Brian D. Evavold, Ph.D.

Division of Microbiology and Immunology

University of Utah School of Medicine