FRED RIEKE, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
Dr. Rieke will describe recent work that links circuit mechanisms in the retina that mediate rod-cone interactions with human perception.
FAN YANG, DEPARTMENTS OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY AND OF BIOENGINEERING
Attend Dr. Yang's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Jeffrey Hubbell's seminar, "Materials and Protein Engineering for Engineering Immunity and Tolerance", to be held Thursday, February 26th.
DAVID MANGELSDORF, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN
ANTHONY ORO, DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY
Attend Dr. Oro's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. David Mangelsdorf's seminar, "Catching Fire: Surviving the Hunger Games through Nuclear Receptor/FGF21 Signaling", to be held Thursday, January 15th.
GEETA NARLIKAR, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO
ATP‐dependent chromatin remodeling motors are essential for regulating how the genome is replicated, transcribed, repaired and recombined.
JULIA SALZMAN, DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
Attend Dr. Salzman's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Lior Pachter's seminar, "Recent Developments in RNA-Seq", to be held Thursday, November 20th.
LIOR PACHTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - BERKELEY
LYNETTE CEGELSKI, DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
Attend Dr. Cegelski's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Rob Tycko's seminar, "Molecular Structural Basis for Amyloid Formation in Alzheimer’s Disease", to be held Thursday, May 7th.
E.J. CHICHILNISKY, DEPARTMENT OF NEUROSURGERY
Attend Dr. Chichilnisky's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Fred Rieke's seminar, "Parallel Processing and Computation in Neural Circuits", to be held Thursday, March 12th.
BETH PRUITT, DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Attend Dr. Pruitt's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Kenneth Campbell's seminar, "Sarcomere Level Function in Human Heart Failure", to be held Thursday, October 2nd.
BING REN, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA - SAN DIEGO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Dr. Ren will present recent findings related to 3D genome organization in mammalian cells, with a particular focus on how chromatin organization contribute to enhancer-mediated transcriptional regulation.
WILLIAM GREENLEAF, DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS
Attend Dr. Greenleaf's pre-seminar presentation to learn more about Dr. Bing Ren's seminar, "Regulation of the 3D Genome", to be held Thursday, October 23rd.
KEN CAMPBELL, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Dr. Campbell will present data showing that healthy human hearts exhibit transmural variation in contractile function and that heart failure disrupts the normal transmural patterns.
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