Archive: SEMINAR Series 2008-09

Anatomy and Cell Biology

 

Kinesin and Dynein Regulate Stress Granule Dynamics
Graciela L. Boccaccio Ph.D.
- Fundación Instituto Leloir, Buenos Aires, Argentina
October 9, 2008

Uncoupling of the phosphatase activity of Ci-VSP produces a deeper relaxation of the Voltage Sensing Domain
Carlos Villalba-Galea, Ph.D.
- University Of Chicago
October 21, 2008

Developing the anatomical model of the calyx ending. A Works in Progress seminar
Anna Lysakowski, Ph.D.
- University Of Illinios at Chicago
October 28, 2008

Structural diversity of amyloid oligomers
Charles G. Glabe, Ph.D.
- University Of California Irvine
November 25, 2008

Modulating brain plasticity in Alzheimer's disease
Orly Lazarov, Ph.D.
- University of Illinois at Chicago
December 9, 2008

Ankyrins: Molecular keys to the code for establishing specialized membrane domains
Vann Bennett, M.D.,Ph.D.
- Duke University Medical Center
February 3, 2009

Molecular Physiology of the hair cell ribbon synapse
Tobias Moser, M.D.
- University of Goettingen
February 20, 2009

Cytoskeletal Regulation of Myelin Formation
Carmen Melendez, Ph.D.
- Hunter College
February 24, 2009

Evolution and Physiological Ligand Selectivity of SH2 Domains
Piers Nash, Ph.D.
- University of Chicago
April 14, 2009

Lipid targets for Alzheimer's disease
Brett Garner, Ph.D.
- Prince of Wales Medical Research Institute
April 21, 2009

The von Hippel-Lindau Tumor Suppressor Protein: Insights into Oxygen Sensing and Cancer
William G Kaelin Jr, Ph.D.
- Harvard Medical School
May 5, 2009

Insights into Neurodegeneration from Genetic Models of ALS
Larry Hayward, M.D., Ph.D.
- UMass Medical School
May 19, 2009

Neural Stem Cells for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease
Frank M. LaFerla, Ph.D.
- University Of California Irvine
June 2, 2009

Synaptic Noise and the Stem-Cell Approach
D. Kent Morest, M.D.
- Univ. of Connecticut Health Center
June 5, 2009

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