Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy

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2005 Seminars


Date Speaker Topic
Jan 6 Dr. Stacey Huppert
Dept of Molecular Biology & Pharmacology, Washington University in St. Louis
Unraveling the mechanism of Notch signaling in mouse organogenesis: Lessons from the somite
Jan 10 Dr. Kris DeMali
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, Univ of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC
Role for vinculin in integrin-mediated cell adhesion
Jan 13 Dr. Michael Ensslin
Dept of Cell Biology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Function of SED1 in mammalian fertilization and epithelial morphogenesis

Wendy Garrison
(graduate student in Dr. Stephen Duncan's laboratory)
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW

Hepatocyte nuclear factor 4 alpha regulates development of the gastrointestinal tract
Feb 3 Dr. Michael Caterina
Dept of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins Univ School of Medicine
TRPV channels and the detection of physical stimuli by epithelial cells
Feb 10 Sandya Govindaraju (graduate student in Dr. Danny Riley's laboratory)
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
Cold vibrations: peripheral nerve and vascular injury
Feb 17 David Baewer (graduate student in Dr. Danny Riley's laboratory)
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
Pathophysiology of central core-like lesions in chronically shortened skeletal muscle fibers
Feb 24 Dr. Mahendra Rao
Laboratory of Neurosciences, National Institute on Aging, NIH, Baltimore, MD
Biology of human embryonic stem cells
March 10 Dr. Brian Link
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
Research in Progress: Analysis of the apical cell polarity complex during retinal lamination
March 17 Sakkapol Ongwijitwat (graduate student in Dr. Margaret Wong-Riley's laboratory)
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
Nuclear respiratory factor 2 as a transcriptional coordinator of all cytochrome c oxidase nuclear subunit genes
March 24 Dr. Joseph Besharse
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
Research in Progress: Two screens, two genes: Nocturnin, Usp2, and the Circadian regulation of mRNA and protein stability
March 31 Dr. Kristine Krajnak
Biological and Functional Effects of Vibration group, Engineering & Control Technology Branch, Health Effects Division, National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health, Morgantown, WV
Neural and vascular changes in response to acute and repeated bouts of vibration: Animals studies of hand-arm vibration syndrome
April 7 Dr. Linda Greenbaum
Dept of Medicine, Div of Gastroenterology, Univ of Pennsylvania
Regulation of the hepatocyte cell cycle: The role of C/EBPbeta
April 14 Dr. Bo Chang
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME
Mouse models of ocular diseases
April 15 Dr. Robert Anderson
Depts of Cell Biology and Ophthalmology, Univ of Oklahoma
The PI 3-kinase pathway protects photoreceptor cells from stress-induced apoptosis
May 5 Jennifer Luebke-Wheeler (graduate student in Dr. Stephen Duncan's Laboratory)
Dept of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy, MCW
HNF4a regulates expression of Creb3l3 in differentiating hepatocytes
May 12 Students' Choice Seminar: Dr. Benjamin Neel
Cancer Biology Program, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Dept of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Tyrosine phosphatases in health and disease
May 19 Dr. Timothy Kamp
Depts of Medicine and Physiology, Univ of Wisconsin-Madison
Cardiomyocytes and cardiac regeneration from embryonic stem cells
May 26 Dr. Alan Mast
Blood Research Institute, The Blood Center of Southeastern Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Association of tissue factor pathway inhibitor with endothelium
June 9 Dr. Peter Calvert
Dept of Ophthalmology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Watching proteins move in living cells: Toward understanding signal-dependent arrestin redistribution in rod photoreceptors



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