Spring 2003 Seminars

Spring 2003 Seminar Schedule

DateSpeaker, Affiliation, TitleHost, Location
1/8Dr. Martin Schwartz, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Regulation of Rho family GTPases by integrins
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
and the Cardiovascular Research Center
1/27Wang Cheung, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Analysis of histone phosphorylation during apoptosis and DNA damage
Dr. C. David Allis
300 Microbiology
Library (7006)
2/12Dr. Ian Macara, Center for Cell Signaling, University of Virginia
The Ins and Outs of Nuclear Transport Dynamics
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
2/19Li Zhang, Graduate Student in Microbiology
Recipient of the First Annual Robert R. Wagner Prize for Outstanding Research in Microbiology
A nonredundant role for the adaptor protein Shc in thymic T cell development
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
2/26Dr. Todd Kitten, The Philips Institute, VCU School of Dentistry
Analysis of streptococcal virulence for endocarditis by signature-tagged mutagenesis
Dr. Barbara Mann
3/5Dr. M. Mitchell Smith, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Histone, chromatin, and epigenomics
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
3/12Dr. Duncan W. Wilson, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Assembly of Tegument onto the Herpesvirus Capsid
Dr. Jay Brown
3/19Dr. Xin Wang, National Cancer Institute
Lessons from molecular profiling of human hepatocellular carcinoma
Dr. Young Hahn
3/26Dr. Daniel Flynn, West Virginia University
AFAP-110 relays signals from PKCalpha that regulate actin filament integrity
Dr. Amy Bouton
4/2Dr. Raghu Kalluri, Harvard Medical School
Basement membrane derived endogenous inhibitors of angiogenesis and tumor growth
Dr. Martin Schwartz
4/9Dr. Peter Castric, Duquesne University
Pilin glycosylation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Dr. Joanna Goldberg
4/16Dr. Kris Chadee, Institute of Parasitology, McGill University
Strategies Entamoeba histolytica uses to overcome epithelial barrier function
Dr. Bill Petri
4/23Dr. Amy Bouton, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
The adapter molecule Cas Functions involved in tumor cell growth and bacterial pathogenesis
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
4/30Laurie Jean Earp, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Probing the mechanisms of fusion and cellular entry by a model retrovirus, ASLV-A
Dr. Judith White
4/30Dr. Gary Kupfer, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Fanconi Anemia A model of genomic instability and cancer predisposition
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
5/7Dr. Ann Beyer, Department of Microbiology, University of Virginia
Visualizing ribosomal RNA transcription and processing in normal and mutant yeast cells
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
5/8Craig Leach, Department of Microbiology Public Thesis Defense, University of Virginia
Cellular Regulation of Type 1 Protein

Phosphatase Inhibitor 2
200 pm The Rotunda, lower west oval room
Dr. David Brautigan

Summer 2003

5/23Dr. John Dahl, Washington State University
Two Approaches in the Hunt for Mycobacterium tuberculosis Virulence Factors
11:00 am Jordan Hall Room 1-17
Dr. Robert Kadner