Department of Genetics

Genetics Departmental Seminar Series 2006-2007

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September 5 Yousin Suh Health Science Center at San Antonio Genetic variation in genome maintenance: implication in cancer and aging
September 7 Sasha Stanton Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense)
September 28 Ken Krauter University of Colorado Complex genetics: teens, drugs, and genes
October 12 Dan Gottschling Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Nuclear incontinence: the effects of old age on the genome
November 9 Peter Gregersen North Shore/Long Island Jewish Medical Center Chasing down genes for rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmunity: genetic approaches to complex phenotypes
November 30 Susan Bressman Beth Israel Medical Center Hereditary Dystonias
December 14 Peter D. Yurchenco Robert Wood Johnson Medical School The role of laminin in epithelial polarization
January 11 Kremena Star Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Identification and analysis of renal quantitative traits loci
January 25 Rich Bushman University of Pennsylvania HIV-host chromatin interactions studied using massively paralled pyrophosphate sequencing
February 8 Sarah Elsea Virginia Commonwealth University RAI1mosaicism, and 17p11.2 deletions: the complexity of Smith-Magenis syndrome
March 8 Milan Jamrich Baylor College Molecular events regulating vertebrate eye development
March 13 Lisa Shaffer, Tamim Shaikh, and Robert Nicholls Washington State University/Signature Genomics; Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; University of Pittsburgh Chromosome Rearrangements and Genomic Disorders
March 22 Eric Phizicky University of Rochester School of Medicine tRNA: how and why it is all dressed up
April 5 Nelly Pitteloud MGH FGF8 is a key ligand for FGFR1 in GnRH ontogeny
April 19 Ross Cagan Washington University, St. Louis Development, cancer, and drugs: old and new approaches with Drosophila
April 20 Rajarshi Ghosh Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) How does a moving animal stop itself? Insights fromm a novel episodic behavior in C. elegans
May 3 Jan Vijg Buck Institute for Age Research Genome Instability, Cancer, and Aging
May 17 David Goldstein Duke University From schizophrenia to HIV vaccines: whole genome-association studies point the way
June 7 Ruth Ashery-Padan Tel-Aviv University The multiple functions of Pax6 in eye development
June 21 Richard Spielman University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Genetic and Genomic Approaches to Quantitative and other "complex" human traits
June 28 Jonathan Haines Vanderbilt University Dissecting the Genetics of Mulitple Sclerosis in the Genomic Era
July 9 Wei Li Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) Mechanisms of cell competition in Drosophila
July 12 Gunnar Kleemann Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Molecular Genetics (Thesis Defense) The Endocrine Regulation of Sexual Behavior in the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans

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