Past Seminar Series: 2005/2006

13 October, 2005
Chris Chen, University of Pennsylvania          
“Forces, Form and Stem Cell Function:  Mechanotransduction at the Cellular and Multicellular Scale”

3 November, 2005
James Miller, Washington University in St. Louis                    
“Nonlinear Ultrasonic Imaging: A Tool for Probing Normal and Diseased Hearts”

1 December, 2005
Giulio Tononi, University of Wisconsin
“Sleep and Synaptic Homeostasis: New Ideas about Sleep Function”

26 January, 2006
Mario Capecchi, University of Utah                
“Gene Targeting into the 21st Century:  Mouse Models of Human Disease from Cancer to Neuropsychiatric Disorders”

9 February, 2006
Marius Clore, NIH                  
“Insights into Recognition in Transient Macromolecular Complexes using NMR”

23 February, 2006
Subra Suresh, MIT
“Nanomechanics of Living Cells and Human Disease States”

13 April, 2006
Daniel Chiu, University of Washington
“Single Molecule Methods for Probing Synaptic Function”

4 May, 2006
Ron Weiss, Princeton University                     
“Synthetic Biology: From Bacteria to Stem Cells”

25 May, 2006
Jennifer Cochran, Stanford University
“Engineering Proteins for Therapeutic Applications”


Previous Series:

CURRENT SERIES 2017/2018 SERIES 2016/2017 SERIES 2015/2016 SERIES
2014/2015 SERIES 2013/2014 SERIES 2012/2013 SERIES 2011/2012 SERIES
2010/2011 SERIES 2009/2010 SERIES 2008/2009 SERIES 2007/2008 SERIES
2006/2007 SERIES 2005/2006 SERIES 2004/2005 SERIES 2003/2004 SERIES
2002/2003 SERIES 2001/2002 SERIES 2000/2001 SERIES 1999/2000 SERIES