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2014 Biotechnology Events & Seminars

1.Mar. 3,
Tuesday
10:00a.m. Self-Tuning Neurons and Firing Rate Homeostasis
Gina Turrigiano, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Chair, Neuroscience Program, Brandeis University
Dart NeuroScience Seminar Series at TSRI, The Scripps Research Institute,
Dorris Neuroscience Center Auditorium, Host: Hollis Cline, Ph.D., Contact: Nancy Wentworth
nancyw@scripps.edu
2.Mar. 3,
Tuesday
12:00p.m. TET Methylcytosine Oxidases in Cancer and Embryonic Development
Anjana Rao, Ph.D., La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology
Department of Pharmacology, UCSD,
Leichtag Building, Room 107, Host: Tannishtha Reya, Contact: Lizette Cerf
pharmeducation@ucsd.edu
pharmacology.ucsd.edu
3.Mar. 3,
Tuesday
1:00p.m. Communicating Complicated Ideas to the Public: The Challenge of Conveying Accurate Information in a Hyper-Connected World - Special Seminar
Associate Director Seth Mnookin, MIT’s Graduate Program in Science Writing
Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute, Sanford/Burnham Institute for Medical Research,
12 Auditorium,10905 Road to the Cure, San Diego, CA, Fishman Auditorium, Host: Hudson Freeze, Ph.D., Contact: Amy Zimmon, azimmon@sanfordburnham.org
For registration: sanfordburnham.org/mnookin
4.Mar. 5,
Thursday
12:00p.m. Post-transcriptional Control of T Cell Development & Ttransformation
David Wiest, Ph.D., Professor, Immune Cell Development & Host Defense Program, Deputy Chief Scientific Officer, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA
Immunology Affinity Group Seminar Series, The Scripps Research Institute,
Molecular Biology Building 2N, Committee Lecture Hall, Host: Karsten Sauer, Ph.D., Contact: Daniella Carlson
iag-desk@scripps.edu
5.Mar. 5,
Thursday
3:30p.m. Simulations of Cellular Processes: From Single Cells to Colonies
Zaida Luthey-Schulten, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Structure & Computation Affinity Group, The Scripps Research Institute,
Molecular Biology Building 2N, Committee Lecture Hall, Host: Art Olson, Ph.D.
6.Mar. 9,
Monday
3:00p.m. Ph.D. Thesis Presentation: Expanding the Scope of Unnatural Amino Acid Mutagenesis in Vivo
Han Xiao
TSRI Doctoral Program in Chemical and Biological Sciences, The Scripps Research Institute,
Molecular Biology Building 2N, Committee Lecture Hall, Host: Peter Schultz, Ph.D.
7.Mar. 11,
Wednesday
1:00p.m. Alterations in cAMP Levels Regulate Key Events of the Intra-Erythrocytic Cycle of the Human Malaria Parasite Plamsodium Falciparum
Dr. Gordon Langsley, Laboratory of Cellular Comparative Apicomplexa, Institut Cochin, INSERM, France
Department of Pharmacology, UCSD,
School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Room 1120, Host: Susan Taylor, Contact: Grace Liu
grl014@ucsd.edu
8.Mar. 11,
Wednesday
5:00p.m. Faculty Lecture Series: Genetic Manipulation of Memory Circuits
Mark Mayford, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience, TSRI
Faculty Lecture Series, The Scripps Research Institute,
Green Hospital Building, Timken Amphitheater
9.Mar. 13,
Friday
9:00a.m. Mitochondrial Function and the Life and Death of Cells
Professor David Nicholls, Ph.D., Buck Institute for Research on Aging
GNF Distinguished Lecturer Series, Genome Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation,
10675 John Jay Hopkins Drive, San Diego, CA, Auditorium, Host: Ed Ainscow, Contact: Leslie Katolick, 858-812-1503, lkatolick@gnf.org
Directions to GNF: http://www.gnf.org/contact/directions.htm
10.Mar. 16,
Monday
12:00p.m. Tissue Resident Memory T Cells in Viral and Parasitic Disease
William R. Heath, Ph.D., FAA, Dept. of Microbiology & Immunology, The Peter Doherty Institute, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Immunology Affinity Group, The Scripps Research Institute,
Molecular Biology Building 2N, Committee Lecture Hall, Contact: Daniella Carlson
iag-desk@scripps.edu
11.Mar. 17,
Tuesday
10:00a.m. Generating & Regenerating the Cerebral Cortex: From Neuron Subtype Development & Diversity to Circuit Implementation at the Growth Cone
Jeffrey D. Macklis, M.D., Max and Anne Wien Professor of Life Sciences, Dept. of Stem Cell & Regenerative Biology, Harvard University
Dart NeuroScience Seminar Series at TSRI, The Scripps Research Institute,
Dorris Neuroscience Center Auditorium, Host: Ulrich Müller, Ph.D., Contact: Nancy Wentworth
nancyw@scripps.edu
12.Mar. 19,
Thursday
12:00p.m. Viruses and microRNAs
Brian R. Cullen, Ph.D., Professor, Dept. of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology; Director, Center for Virology, Duke University
Immunology Affinity Group, The Scripps Research Institute,
Molecular Biology Building 2N, Committee Lecture Hall, Contact: Daniella Carlson
iag-desk@scripps.edu
13.Mar. 31,
Tuesday
10:00a.m. Mechanisms of Axo-Axonic Synapse Formation
Professor Linda Van Aelst, Ph.D., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Dart NeuroScience Seminar Series at TSRI, The Scripps Research Institute,
Dorris Neuroscience Center Auditorium, Host: Ulrich Müller, Ph.D., Contact: Nancy Wentworth
nancyw@scripps.edu

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