Spring 2005 Seminars

Spring 2005


Date Speaker, Affiliation, Title Host, Location
1/12 Erik Skaar, FAC Candidate
The Theft of a Precious Metal: Iron Acquisition in Staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
1/26 David Mangus, FAC Candidate Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
2/2 George O’Toole, PhD., Dartmouth
Biofilm formation by Pseudomonas
Dr. Dean Kedes
2/9 Roger Vogelmann, FAC Candidate Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
2/23 Loren Erickson, FAC Candidate Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
3/2 Fei Wang, FAC Candidate Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
3/9 Antonio DiGiandomenico
3rd Robert R. Wagner Prize Recipient
“Protection from distinct Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections: A novel polysaccharide-vaccine approach”
Dr. J. Thomas Parsons
3/16 Student Research Rotation Symposium
Note different times:  3:00pm Р6:00pm
Dr. Kodi Ravichandran
4/6 Duane Compton, PhD, Dartmouth Medical College
Mechanisms of Chromosome Movement in Human Cells
Dr. Ian Macara
4/20 Bruce Hamilton, PhD., UCSD School of Medicine
Natural genetic variation in nuclear export factor Nxf1 suppresses retrovirus insertional and alters pre-mRNA processing
Dr. Lou Hammarskjold
4/27 Jonathan Warner, PhD., Albert Einstein College of Medicine
The Central Role of Ribosome Biosynthesis
Dr. Ann Beyer
5/4 David Spector, Penn State College of Medicine
Establishment of Early Adenovirus Gene Transcription
Dr. Dan Engel
5/11 Student Research Rotation Symposium Dr. Kodi Ravichandran
5/18 Richard K. Assoian, Ph.D. Signal Transduction to the Cell Cycle Dr. Dan Engel
5/25 James Kaper, PhD, University of Maryland School of Med.
Regulation of Virulence Factors in Enterohemorrhagic E. coli O157:H7 by Quorum Sensing
Dr. Tom Obrig
6/1 Ira Mellman, PhD, Yale University
Cell biology of antigen presentation by dendritic cells
(Distinguished Lecture sponsored by the Departments of Cell Biology and Microbiology and the Programs in Cell and Molecular Biology, Immunology, and Infectious Diseases)
Dr Judith White