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BMB Spring 2021 Seminar Series

All seminars will start at 11:00 am.  Please email Ashley Parks (clarkas@msu.edu) for the Zoom link and password.

 
BMB SPRING 2021 SEMINAR SERIES
 
Date
Name
Affiliation
Host
Title

1/14/2021

Laura-Isobel McCall

U of Oklahoma

Quinn

"Bringing a spatial perspective to LC-MS/MS-based metabolomics: chemical cartography of host-microbe interactions to guide drug development".

1/21/2021 Andrew Olive MSU BMB seminar committee Dissecting IFN-gamma-mediated responses in macrophages to understand protection against chronic infections

1/28/2021

Nichole Reisdorph

U Colorado Anschutz

Quinn/Jones

Nutrimetabolomics reveals small molecule-associated changes following DASH- and Mediterranean- dietary interventions

2/4/2021
*9:00AM

Chanhong Kim

Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology (PSC) 

Lundquist

From singlet oxygen signaling to chloroplast protein import pathways: An unforeseen adventure

2/11/2021

Francesca Mariani

Keck School of Medicine (USC)

Jennifer Watts - Ralston

Large-scale Bone Repair in a Mouse Model

2/18/2021

Tom Metz

PNNL

Quinn/Jones

Shifting the metabolomics paradigm: exploiting computationally predicted metabolite reference data for comprehensive metabolomics

2/25/2021

Sarah Keane

U of Michigan

Hoogstraten

Precursor microRNA structure and dynamics

3/4/2021

Geraldine Seydoux

Johns Hopkins

Hoogstraten

Regulation of RNA granule assembly by intrinsically-disordered proteins

3/11/21 Tommy Vo NCI Ralston Gene regulation by chromatin-associated RNA-binding proteins

3/18/2021

iGEM SPOT

MSU

TerAvest

 

3/25/2021

Joff Silberg

Rice University

TerAvest

Using synthetic biology to study and control electron transfer in cells

4/1/2021

Michael Buck

SUNY Buffalo

Arnosti

Breaking into Chromatin with Pioneer Factors

4/8/2021

Sheila David

UC Davis

Hegg

When you're strange: Unusual features of the MUTYH DNA repair glycosylase and implications in cancer

4/15/2021

Nicholas Kanaan

MSU

Kuo

Tau Biology and Pathobiology: How Tau Antibodies Have Helped Shape the Field
4/22/2021 Stewart Graham Beaumont Hospitall/Oakland University Jones Future Research Activities of the Graham Lab

4/29/2021

Julie St. Pierre

University of Ottawa

Jones

Metabolic dependencies in cancer progression
5/13/2021 Jabbar Bennett MSU BMB DEI committee / grad program From molecular parasitology to STEM workforce diversity; a view from MSU’s new VP and Chief Diversity Officer

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