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October 27 Elias Spiliotis Stanford University Epithelial cell morphogenesis and disease: septins take center stage
November 10 Frank Middleton SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse The emergence of convergence: high-throughput genetic linkage, association and functional genomic screens identify novel candidate genes for schizophrenia that are involved in brain maturation and function
November 21 Lingyun Jia Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Genetic mechanisms for axonal development of ray sensory neurons and behavior in the C. elegans male
December 1 Michael Hampsey Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Transcription, processing and gene loops
December 15 Paul Lasko McGill University Cap-dependent translational control in Drosophila development
January 5 Jessica Treisman Skirball Institute for Biomolecular Medicine Novel components of the EGF receptor pathway in Drosophila eye development
January 19 Mark Lewandowski NCI Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center BMPps, FGFs, and WNTs conspire to control cell death during mouse embryogenesis
February 2 Scott Bultman University of North Carolina A Brg1 allelic series reveals the role of SWI.SNF-related complexes during mammalian development
February 13 Jelena S. Arnold Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) The role of Tbx1, a 22q11 deletion syndrome candidate gene, in mouse development
February 16 Yousin Suh University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Genetic Variation in Cancerand Aging: From the Bedside to Functional Genomics
March 2 Doris Wu NIH Making of an inner ear
March 27 Rachele Arrigoni Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) The Polycomb-associated protein Rybp functions as a ubiquitin and a SUMO receptor
April 27 Philip Hinds Molecular Oncology Research Institute/Tufts-New England Medical Center The retinoblstoma protein pathway in development and cancer
May 5 Anton Svetlanov Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) MutS and MutL mismatch repair proteins in recombination and repair pathways of mammalian meiosis
May 11 William Dobyns University of Chicago Where has all the GABA gone? ARX (and CDKL5), malformations, epilepsy, mental retardation and pleiotropy
May 25 Bradley Bernstein Broad Institute, MIT Epigenetic mechanisms of cellular memory
June 8 Vittorio Sartorelli NIH RNA helicases p68/p72 and the non-coding RNA. SRA are coregulators of MyoD and skeletal muscle differentiation
June 21 Olivier Delattre Institut Curie, Paris Role of EWS-FLI1 and hSNF5/INI1 in tumorigenesis and differentiation
June 22 David Allis Rockefeller University Beyond the double helix: writing and reading the "histone code"
June 27 Melanie Babcock Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Organization and evolution of low copy repeats (LCR) on chromosome 22q11
August 9 Jun Liao Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Dosage-dependent role of Tbx1 in 22q11 deletion syndrome mouse models

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