Seminars

The Department of Molecular Medicine hosts weekly seminars and research Work-in-Progress presentations throughout the year

Winter/Spring Work-In-Progress Series
4:00 pm Mondays in Lecture Hall 3, Veterinary Research Tower (unless otherwise noted)

March 2020
  • March 2
    Cora Demler (Kurpios Lab) - Left, right, and center: Characterizing the asymmetric extracellular matrix of the dorsal mesentery and its effect on gut looping
    Erika Beyrent (Sevier Lab) - Why does the NIMA-related kinase nekl-2 cause jowls in C. elegans?
  • March 9
    Jenn Roscoe (Sevier Lab)
    Charles Savelle (Sondermann Lab) - The ins and outs of transmembrane signalling in gammaproteobacteria
  • March 16 - CANCELLED
    Tisha Bohr (Adler Lab) - Planarian stem cells recognize the identity of missing tissues to mount a targeted regenerative response
    Julio Sanchez (Cerione Lab)- A role for PI3K signaling in extracellular vesicle cargo sorting and production


Spring Seminar Series
4:00 pm Mondays in Lecture Hall 3, Veterinary Research Tower (unless otherwise noted)

February 2020
  • February 4 (Tuesday) - BBS Signature Series Seminar - 4:00, Lecture Hall 4
    Valentina Greco, Cell Biology Department, Yale School of Medicine
    Principles of Tissue Function and Dynamics Captured by Live Imaging
    (hosted by Carrie Adler)
  • February 25 (Monday) - FEBRUARY BREAK
March  2020
  • March 23 (Monday) - POSTPONED
    Joshua Chappie, Department of Molecular Medicine
    Structures and Mechanisms of Motor-driven Nucleases Involved in Bacterial and Viral Defense
    (hosted by Maurine Linder)
  • March 30 - SPRING BREAK

All April 2020 - May 2020 Spring Seminars CANCELLED

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