Biochemistry Department

Biochemistry Seminar Series

Fall 2018 Tuesdays 12:10-1:00 p.m., Genomics 1102A

Biochemistry is a rapidly growing and changing discipline. In order to be informed of the latest developments in research, an active seminar program is maintained. Each week a recognized scholar presents the latest in research findings at the seminar.


October 2nd

Adam Conn, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student, Blaha Laboratory  

"Evidence of Direct Interactions between RNA Polymerase and the Ribosome in Eubacteria"
October 9th

Ruoying Lu, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student, Yamanaka Laboratory

"A Functional Study of a Cytochrome P-450 Conserved in Insects"
October 16th

Dr. Penelope Higgs, Department of Biological Sciences,Wayne State University

"Signaling twists and control of cell fate segregation in a bacterial multicellular development program"

October 23rd

Andrea Dillon, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student, Lo Laboratory

"M cells in the intestine are broadly induced by TNF over-expression independent of organized lymphoid tissue"
October 30th Dr. David Mobley, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UC Irvine  "Developing and using free energy calculations to guide drug lead optimization"
November 6th

Tiffany Baiocchi, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student, Dillman Laboratory

 "Avoidance, Dispersal and Genes Oh My! Using prenol to identify genes behind parasitic-nematode behavior"
November 13th

Dr. Jack Keene, Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Duke University

"Discovery of RNA Regulons and their Functions in Biology and Disease" 
November 20th

Taylor Dennis, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Graduate Student, Perry Laboratory

November 27th

Dr. Nick Boddy, Department of Molecular Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute (Tentative) Tentative 
December 4th

Dr. Julia Bailey-Serres, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, UC Riverside

"Plants, Oxygen, and Water Extreme"

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