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Departmental Seminar Series

4:00 pm Mondays in Boyce Thompson Auditorium(unless otherwise noted)

Winter 2017

JANUARY

January 23
Geoffrey Sharp, Department of Molecular Medicine, Cornell
Geoff Sharp's Last Lecture at Cornell: A Mini Biography of a Lucky Member of a Lucky Generation
(co-hosted by Maurine Linder and Greg Weiland)

Spring 2017

MARCH

March 27
Lindsay Hinck, Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology, University of California Santa Cruz
Mammary Stem/Progenitor Cells and Growth Control in the Breast
(hosted by Natazsa Kurpios)

APRIL

April 3 - SPRING BREAK

April 10
Mara Duncan, Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan Medical School
Endocytic Turn-over Contributes to Cell Survival during Glucose Starvation
(hosted by Gunther Hollopeter)

April 17
Carolyn Sevier, Department of Molecular Medicine, Cornell
Molecular Mechanisms to Maintain Cellular Redox Homeostasis
(hosted by Maurine Linder)

April 24
Ekaterina Heldwein, Department of Molecular Biology and Microbiology, Tufts University School of Medicine
Host Membrane Manipulation by Herpesviruses on the way in and out
(hosted by Holger Sondermann)

MAY

May 1

Marc Antonyak, Department of Molecular Medicine, Cornell
Extracellular Vesicles: A Message in a Bottle
(hosted by Maurine Linder)

May 8
Gilad Barnea, Department of Neuroscience, Brown University
trans-Tango: Transsynaptic Mapping and Manipulation of Neural Circuits
(hosted by Holger Sondermann)

May 15
Alvaro Sagasti, Department of MCD Biology, UCLA
Making and Breaking Axons in the Skin: New Cellular Interactions during Innervation and Repair of the Adult Epidermis
(hosted by Carrie Adler)

May 22
Glenn Prestwich, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Utah
Why Cell Therapy Needs an Extracellular Matrix: Hyaluronan Hydrogels for the Clinic
(hosted by Natasza Kurpios)