2006-2007 Archive

Date/Location

Host Division

Invited Speaker

Host Faculty

Wed, Sept 13
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Lazarow Lecture

Dr. Mark Magnuson

Multiallelic gene targeting strategies and their use in studies of pancreas development and function.

Alex Lange

Wed, Sept 20
105 Cargill
4-5 PM

Dagley Lecture

Dr. Peter Schultz, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA

An Expanding Genetic Code

Larry Wackett

Thur, Sept 21
105 Cargill
4-5 PM

Dagley Lecture

Dr. Peter Schultz, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA

Synthesis at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology

Larry Wackett

Wed, Sept 27
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

 

Dr. Arkady Khodursky, University of Minnesota

Lost in transcription ... or notes on spatial and not so spatial regulation of transcription in Escherichia coli.

 

Mon, Oct 2
2-137 Jackson Hall
4-5 PM

 

Dr. Carrie Wilmot, University of Minnesota

Crystalline enzymology: Trapping catalytic intermediates of methylamine dehydrogenase.

 

Wed., Oct. 4
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

SBB

Dr. Giuseppe Melacini, MacMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CA

A Model For Agonism and Antagonism in an Ancient and Ubiquitous cAMP-Binding Domain.

Gianluigi Veglia

Wed, Oct. 11
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MB

Dr. Kyungjae (KJ) Myung, National Human Genome Research Institute, Bethesda, MD


Conserved mechanisms for suppression of genomic instability in yeast and human.

Eric Hendrickson

Wed, Oct 18
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

SBB

Dr. Patrick Loria, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Biophysical characterization of functional enzyme motions.

Gianluigi Veglia

Wed, Oct 25
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MBB

Dr. Sean Elliot, Dept. Chemistry, Boston University

Voltammetric Tales: using electrochemistry to learn about enzymes.

Alan Hooper

Wed, Nov 1
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

 

Dr Thomas Wilson, University of Michigan Medical School

Nonhomologous end joining: reconciling the conflict between repair enzyme action and the instability of double-strand break substrates.

Reuben Harris

Tues., Nov. 7
1-450 Moos Tower
12:20-1:10 PM

Lerner Lecture
 

Dr. Michael Jensen, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Role of Adipose Tissue Fatty Acid Release in Human Metabolic Disease.

David Bernlohr

Wed, Nov 8
3-120 MCB
4:00-5:00 pm

RB

Dr. Andrew Link, Vanderbilt University

Systematic Proteomic Analysis of Eukaryotic Translation Complexes.

Tim Griffin

Wed, Nov 15
3-120 MCB
4:00-5:00 PM

MB

Dr. Carolyn Price, University of Cincinnati

Making Caps for Chromosomes: Telomere Protection and Processing.

Eric Hendrickson

Wed, Nov 22

 

No Seminar

 

Wed, Nov 29
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Chem/Chem Engineering

Dr. Wei-Shou Hu, University of Minnesota

Reaction Engineering Classics in Post-Genomic Biotechnology.

David Bernlohr

Wed, Dec 6
105 Cargill
4-5 PM

Henderson Lecture

Dr. Jesse Gregory, University of Florida, Gainsville

Better Vitamin Nutrition Through Stable Isotopes: Folate and Vitamin B6 in Human One-Carbon Metabolism.

Dan Gallaher (FsCN)
Jointly sponsored by BMBB and FsCN

Wed, Dec 13
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MBB

Dr. Carol Lange, Dept. of Medicine University of Minnesota

Mechanisms of Progesterone Receptor Signaling in Breast Cancer Models.

Michel Sanders

Wed, Dec 20

 

No Seminar

 

Wed, Dec 27

 

No Seminar

 

Wed, Jan 3

 

No Seminar

 

Wed, Jan 10

 

No Seminar

 

Wed., Jan 17
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Faculty Search
Seminar
Cargill Chair in Systems Biology

CANCELLED
Dr. Ming-Hui Zou, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center in Oklahoma City

The Blooming of the French Lilac.

 

 

Thur., Jan 18
6-135 Jackson
9 AM

Chalk Talk

CANCELLED

 

Mon., Jan 24
 

 

No Seminar

 

Wed., Jan 31
 

 

No Seminar

 

Wed, Feb 7
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MBB

Dr. Ichiro Matsumura, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Directed Evolution of Multi-Protein Systems.

Claudia Schmidt-Dannert

Wed., Feb 14

4-5 PM

Faculty
Search
Seminar

 

 

Wed, Feb 21
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Goldberg Lecture

Dr. George Thomas, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Nutrient Sensing in the mTOR/S6K1 Signaling Pathway

Do-Hyung Kim

Wed, Feb 28
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

SBB

Dr. Qiang Cui, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Mechanochemical Coupling in Biomolecules: Insights from Molecular Simulations at Multiple Scales.

David Thomas

Wed, Mar 7
30120 MCB
4-5 PM

 

Dr. Vivian Bardwell, University of Minnesota

Howard Towle

Wed, Mar 14
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Boyer-Peter Award Recipient

Dr. Ke Shi, Ohlendorf Lab, BMBB

Doug Ohlendorf

Wed, Mar 21
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MB

Dr. Michael Leffak, Wright State University, Dayton, OH

Causes and Consequenes of c-Myc Replication Origin activity.

Anja Bielinsky

Thur, Mar 22
105 Cargill
2-3 PM

BMBB/BTI
Faculty Candidate

Dr. Mridul Mukherji, Scripps Research Institute/Novartis Institute for Functional Genomics, La Joilla, CA

The Chemical Biology of Dioxygenases and Genomic Approaches for Studying Protein Function.

 

Fri, Mar 23
342 Gortner
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

Dr. Mridul Mukherji

 

Wed, Mar 28
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

RB

Dr. Duna Massillon, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH

Alex Lange

Thur, Mar 29
105 Cargill
2-3 PM

BMBB/BTI
Faculty Candidate

Dr. Paul O'Maille, Salk Institute, San Diego, CA

Connecting Sequence Space and Chemical Space: Traversing Divergent Evolutionary Pathways in Terpene Cyclases.

 

Fri, Mar 30
342 Gortner
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

Dr. Paul O'Maille

 

Wed, Apr 4
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MBB

Dr. Seiichi Matsuda, Rice University, Houston, TX

Catalytic and evolutionary origins of triterpene skeletons.

Romas Kazlauskas

Thur, Apr 5
105 Cargill
2-3 PM

BMBB/BTI
Faculty Candidate

Dr. Burkhard Seelig, Harvard Medical School

Generation of de novo Enzymes by Selection and Evolution.

 

Fri, Apr 6
342 Gortner
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

Dr. Burkhard Seelig

 

Wed, Apr 11
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

SBB

Dr. Cheryl Arrowsmith, University of Toronto, Canada

Kylie Walters

Wed, Apr 18
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

MB

Dr. Judith Levin, National Institutes of Health

Reuben Harris

Thur, Apr 19
105 Cargill
2-3 PM

BMBB/BTI
Faculty Candidate

Dr. Daniel Lessner, Pennsylvaina State University

The stressful life of a methanogen: CO-dependent growth and oxidative stress response of Methanosarcina acetivorans.

 

Fri, Apr 20
342 Gortner
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

Dr. Daniel Lessner

 

Wed, Apr 25
3-120 MCB
4-5 PM

Graduate Student Hosted

Dr. David Mangelsdorf, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

Nuclear Receptor Regulation of the Fed State.

Brian Sandri

Wed, May 2
1-5 PM
Coffman Theater
 

Bollum Symposium

 

Dr. Rachel Klevit, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Recognition and Disassembly of the Polyubiquitin Targeting Signal.

Dr. Keith D. Wilkinson, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Structural Insights into Diversity and specificity in Protein Ubiquitination.

Dr. Daniel Finley, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Regulation of Protasome Activity.

Dr. Randy Hampton, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA
Protein Quality Control in Cell Regulation.

SBB

Mon, Jun 11
2-137 Jackson
4-5 PM

SBB Faculty Search

Dr. Hideki Aihara, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Molecular Mechanisms of Site-Specific DNA Rearrangement by the Tyrosine-Family of Integrase and Resolvase.

 

Tues, Jun 12
3-120 MCB
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

 

 

Thur, Jun 14
2-137 Jackson
4-5 PM

SBB Faculty Search

Dr. William Scott from University of CA, Santa Cruz

 

Fri, Jun 15
3-120 MCB
9-10 AM

Chalk Talk

Dr. William Scott

RNA Structure, Catalysis, and the Origin of Life