CDB Monday Seminars
Join us most Mondays at 12:15 pm in 1220 MRB III.
Monday’s weekly seminars are on cutting-edge topics in Cell or Developmental Biology, as well as Stem Cell and Epithelial Biology.
Visiting speakers are invited from a variety of institutions through-out the US. The seminar takes place almost every Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Winter/Spring 2020 Seminars
January 6: Amy Maddox, University of North Carolina, “Quantifying contractile oscillations offers insight into mechanisms of cytoskeletal remodeling” Flyer
January 13: Holger Russ, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, “Stem cell derived pancreatic beta cells and thymic epithelium for basic research and cell therapy” (Hosted by VCSCB and PDB). Flyer
January 20: Shigeki Watanabe, Johns Hopkins, “Spatial and temporal control of synaptic transmission” Flyer
January 27: John Murray, University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, “Decoding animal development at single cell resolution” Flyer
February 3: Irina Matos, The Rockefeller, “How to build a necessary wall: progenitors oppositely polarize WNT activators and WNT inhibitors to orchestrate tissue development” Flyer
February 10: Nancy Manley, University of Georgia, “TBA”
February 17: Joseph Zullo, Harvard, “Self-organization and load adaption by mammalian endocytic actin networks: integrating modeling with experiments”
March 2: Xi Huang, University of Toronto, “Targeting brain cancer as a mechanosensory disease” Flyer
March 9: Curtis Thorne, University of Arizona, “Self-organization and load adaptation by mammalian endocytic actin networks: integrating modeling with experiments”
March 23: “Clearing traffic jams during translation using regulatory ubiquitylation” Eric Bennett UCSD
April 6: Rachel Roberts-Galbraith, University of Georgia,“Off with their heads: understanding brain regeneration using planarians.”
April 20: Terry Lechler, Duke University, “Cytoskeletal control of tissue morphogenesis and function”
April 27: Jim Johnson, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, “TBA”