Fall 2017

Speaker

Host

Seminar Title

September 11

Joel Swanson

U. Michigan

Beningo

Macropinocytosis and Cellular Growth Control

September 18

Joy Alcedo

Wayne State University

Njus

The Role of the Senses in Stress, Food and Sex

September 25

Bruce Berkowitz

WSU

Njus

Oxidative Stress and its Functional Consequences Measured In Vivo by MRI

October 2

Jeffrey Bennetzen

U. Georgia

Fan

Transposable Element Dynamics In and Out of the Plant Nucleus

October 9

Francesca Pignoni

Penn State

Friedrich

 

October 16

Colin Meiklejohn

U Nebraska

Meller

 

October 23

Jianming Qiu University of Kansas Medical Center

Gu

Study of Human Bocavirus from Basic Virology to Applications

October 30

Roy Welch

Syracuse University

Higgs

 

November 6

Edward Giniger

Students-Han

How an axon grows in vivo: A novel mode of motility drives protrusive extension of a pioneer axon in Drosophila".

November 13

Dahlin

MSU

Students-Julie Sosin

Resolution and the Carbon Cycle: Spatial, temporal, and spectral variation in ecosystems

November 20

Vikki Weake

Purdue

Pile

 

November 27

Nayeem Harris

U. Michigan

Kashian, Donna

 

December 4

William Ja

Scripps

Friedrich

 

December 11

Charlie Dong

Indiana University

Sadagurski

 

 

 

 

 

Winter 2018

Speaker

Host

 

January 8

Peter Chen

U. Massachusetts

Schrader

 

January 22

Larry Grossman

CMMG

Friedrich

 

January 29

Kateryna Makova Penn State

Hao

 

February 5

Dora Cavallo-Medved

U. of Windsor

Sodja

 

February 12

 

 

 

February 19

Pam Brown

U. Missouri

Higgs

Cell Growth and Division in the Bacterial Plant Pathogen Agrobacterium tumefaciens

February 26

Vaishali Katju

Texas A&M

Hao

 

March 5

Monique Floer

MSU

Pile

 

March 19

Kurt Helf

Western Kentucky University

Friedrich

 

March 26

W. Ted Allison

U. of Alberta

Friedrich  

April 2

Juana Perez Torres

U. of Granada

Higgs

Myxococcus xanthus predation

April 9

Javier Apfeld

Northeastern University

Alcedo

The brain regulates the worm’s sensitivity to oxidative stress

April 16

Ray Ming

U. Illinois

Golenberg

 

 

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