Seminars

Fall 2019 Seminar Schedule

Sep 3

Annotating the "dark matter" of bacterial genomes using hybrid experimental/computational approaches

University of Michigan

Host:  Peter Chien
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Sep 10

Insights from Emerging Model Organisms: From Crustacean Limbs to Butterfly Coloration

MBL Woods Hole; University of Chicago

Hosts:  Courtney BabbittMichele Markstein
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Sep 17

Using ubiquitin to sense traffic jams during translation

University of California, San Diego

Host:  Michelle Facette
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Sep 24

Is multiple system atrophy a prion disease?

Biology Department, UMass

Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Oct 1

Functional overlap of divergent actins in Chlamydomonas flagellar assembly

University of Kansas Medical Center

Hosts:  Lillian Fritz-Laylin; Peter Chien
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Oct 8

TBA

Duke

Host:  Jianhan Chen
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Oct 22

TBA

Harvard Medical

Host:  Eric Strieter
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Oct 29

Advanced polarized light microscopy for mapping molecular orientation

Marine Biological Laboratory

Host:  Tobias Baskin
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Nov 5

TBA

University of California Irvine

Host: Michelle Farkas
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Nov 12

High-throughput cryo-electron tomography: Visualizing bacterial secretion machines in situ at high resolution

Yale

Host:  Alejandro Heuck
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222

Nov 19

Tools for mapping and controlling complex biological systems

Neuroscience Distinguished Lecturer Series

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Host:  Peter Chien
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222
MCB/NSB co-sponsored seminar; held on Tuesday 

Dec 4

Dissecting release site architecture for fast neurotransmitters and for neuromodulators

Harvard Medical School

Host:  ChangHui Pak
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222
MCB/NSB co-sponsored seminar; held on Wednesday

Dec 10

Human proteins required for Gram-negative bacterial pathogenesis

Massachusetts General Hospital Research Institute

Host:  Alejandro Heuck
Seminar Location: Morrill 2, Room 222