Weekly Seminar Program
2018 - 2019
Seminars are held in W5030 at 12:00 p.m., unless stated otherwise.
October 15, 2018
Sheldon Hall, W1214
Kenneth J. Pienta, MD
"Solving complex problems: Utilizing multidisciplinary teams to foster creative tension"
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute
November 12, 2018
Elizabeth A. Platz, ScD, MPH
"Collaborating across disciplines for cancer discovery and translation"
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology
December 10, 2018
Pushpa Pandiyan, PhD, MS
"Short chain fatty acids regulate mucosal immunity"
Case Western Reserve University, Department of Biological Sciences
January 28, 2019
Soni Lacefield, PhD,
"Commit or Exit: Maintaining Genome Stability During Meiosis"
Indiana University, Department of Biology
February 4, 2019
David Andes, MD
"Candida biofilm persistence"
University of Wisconsin, Department of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology
March 4, 2019
Raymond Stevens, PhD
"Towards the High Resolution Structure Determination of the Pancreatic Beta Cell"
University of Southern California, Department of Medicine, Bridge Institute
April 1, 2019
Amer Riazuddin, PhD
"Investigating the genetic basis of inherited ocular dystrophies and beyond"
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, The Wilmer Eye Institute
April 8, 2019
Allan Weissman, MD
"Ubiquitination at the Endoplasmic Reticulum: Insights into Metastasis and Ubiquitin Ligase Function"
National Cancer Institute, NIH, The Wilmer Eye Institute, Laboratory of Protein Dynamics and Signaling
April 22, 2019
Shao-En Ong, PhD
"Kinome analyses of drug response in cancer cell lines"
University of Washington, Pharmacoproteomics to link the kinome and drug response in cancer cell lines
April 29, 2019
Rosa Puertollano, PhD, MS
"Mechanisms of lysosomal response to stress"
Cell and Developmental Biology Center. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
May 13, 2019
Sheldon Hall, W1214
Rachel E. Klevit, PhD
“Twenty years of Ubiquitin: Mysteries revealed, mysteries remain"
University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry