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September 21 John Greally Yale University Genomic imprinting and position effects: reasons to love junk DNA
October 12 DoubleTwist   Surging genomes with doubletwist.com
November 2 Hugo Bellen Baylor College of Medicine The genetic basis of hearing, balance, and the sixth sense
November 16 Marek Mlodzik Mt. Sinai School of Medicine Wnt/frizzled signaling in the specification of epithelial planar polarity
November 27 Michael M. Malim University of Pennsylvania Virus and host-mediatedmodulation of the early steps of HIV-1 infection
November 28 Errol Craig Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecualar Genetics (Thesis Defense) Identification and characterization of a nuclear export signal in Ini1/hSNF5, a component of the human SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex
November 30 Connie Cepko Harvard University Genomics approaches to photoreceptor developmenta and disease
December 4 Hong Zhang Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Isolation and characterization of three new genes that regulate the expression and function of C. elegans Hox genes
December 14 Scott Keeney Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Starting meiotic recombination in yeast and mouse
January 11 Anna Maria Skalka Fox Chase Cancer Center Role of cellular DNA repair proteins in retroviral DNA integration
February 8 Steven Buratowski Harvard Medical School Connections between transcription, chromatin, and mRNA processing
March 8 Richard Mann Columbia P&S Control of developmental pathways by the Hox proteins and their cofactors
May 3 Bob Kingston Massachusetts General Hospital A biochemical approach to epigenetic regulation: SWI/SNF and Polycomb
May 17 Mike Young Rockefeller University Molecular control of the wake/sleep cycle
May 31 Jim Lupski Baylor College of Medicine Genomic architecture, rearrangements, evolution and genomic disorders
June 14 Pier Paolo Pandolfi Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Modeling cancer in the mouse and its therapeutic implications

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