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CBSD Sponsored Seminars

For a list of all BMED, Chemistry and CMMB seminars go to BCBC Graduate Programs Website

 

Fall 2013 Seminars

Date Speaker Title Location

July 19

(Friday)

11:10 AM

Eric Gouaux

Dr. Eric Gouaux

The Howard Hughes Medical Institute

The Vollum Institute

"Molecular choreography of signaling at chemical synapses"

(Co-sponsored by The Center for Structural & Functional Neuroscience)

SB 169

Sept. 23 (Monday)

4:10 PM

Steve Withers

Dr. Steve Withers

The Department of Chemistry

The University of British Columbia

"New access to complex glycoconjugates through engineering and evolution of glycosyltransferases and glycosynthases" (Abstract)

(Hosted by The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry)

CHEM 212

Sept. 30

(Monday)

12:10 PM

Ann Brassinga

Dr. Ann Karen Brassinga

The Department of Microbiology

The University of Manitoba

"New Developments in the Pathogenesis of Legionnaires' Disease"

(Hosted by The Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology Graduate Program of The Division of Biological Sciences)

ISB 110

Oct. 4

(Friday)

11:10 AM

Roger Sunahara

Dr. Roger Sunahara

The Department of Pharmacology

The University of Michigan

"Allosteric modulation of hormone binding by G proteins: unraveling the mechanism underlying high affinity agonist binding"

(Hosted by The Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences)

SB 169

Nov. 1 (Friday)

11:10 AM

Matthew Jones

Dr. Mathew Jones

The Department of Neuroscience

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

"The simplest possible theory of allostery in the GABA-A receptor"

(Hosted by The Department of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences, Co-sponsored by The Center for Structural & Functional Neuroscience)

SB 169

Nov. 4 (Monday)

12:10 PM

Wenying Shou

Dr. Wenying Shou

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

"Survival of the Most Cooperative"

(Hosted by The Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology Graduate Program of The Division of Biological Sciences)

SB 169

Nov. 25

(Monday)

4:10 PM

Fraser Hof

Dr. Fraser Hof

The Department of Chemistry

The University of Victoria

"The supramolecular and medicinal chemistry of post-translational modifications and epigenetics"

(Hosted by The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry)

CHEM 212

Spring 2013 Seminars

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