2018 Student Seminar Series
Location: Seminars are held in Hammer Building / Room 303
February 16-NO SEMINAR--Recruitment Day
February 23-Laura Crowley
Neuroendocrine Cells and the Prostate Epithelial Stem Cell Niche
March 2-Tarun Nambiar
"Orfeome Screen Identifies Rad18 as an Enhancer of CRISPR-Mediated Homology-Directed Repair"
March 9- Sam Galindo
"Interaction Between Sensory Neurons Determine Modality-Specific Wiring of Somatosensory Circuitry"
March 23- Meghan Pantalia
"Investigating the role of glial endocytosis in Drosophila learning and memory"
March 30- Marina Ermakova
"The Role of MID1IP1 in Microtuble Stability"
April 6-Daniel Krizay
"MEA and the in vitro characterization of the brain and disease"
April 13-Maria Stupnikov-Kselman
"Notch ligands and the pulmonary neuroepithelial body microenvironment"
Wellington Cardoso Lab
April 20-Sophia Hirsch
"FLIRTing for spatiotemporal control of temperature sensitive protein function"
Julie Canman Lab
April 27-Stephanie Erjavec
"The Role of Autophagic Protein, STX17, in Melanogenesis and Alopecia Areata"
Angela Christiano Lab
October 6- Virginia Aimiuwu
"Modeling gene-specific therapy of DNM1 epileptic encephalopathy"
November 2- Sarah Joseph
"SMARCAD1 promotes DNA degradation in BRCA1- and BRCA2-deficient cells"
November 9- Ryan Loker
"Regulatory mechanisms of the Hox protein Ultrabithorax"
November 16- Albana Kodra
"Characterization and visualization of the multi chromosomalEnhancer hub"
November 30- Sam Hayward
"Genetic Interactions within the Human DNA Damage Response Network"
December 7- Dan Cole
"Investigating Enhancer binding events in the control of Motor neuron differentiation"
December 14- Sophia Hirsch
"The central spindle is not essential for life"