Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences

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Jan 23, 2018
11:00 AM
Thesis Seminar: Nucleus Accumbens Opioids Promote Approach to High-fat Reward in the Absence of Caloric Need
Kevin Caref
Rose F Kennedy Center Room 901


Jan 26, 2018
11:45 PM
Form 3 due: January 26, 2018
Belfer Educational Center for Health Sciences 202

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Sue Wickner, Ph.D.


Head, DNA Molecular Biology Section
Distinguished Investigator, National Institutes of Health

Ph.D. 1973, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University

Mentor: Dr. Jerry Hurwitz, Ph.D. 

Dr. Wickner's laboratory has contributed to the understanding of ATP-dependent protein machines essential for DNA replication, protein remodeling, and proteolysis. The current research goal of her group is to elucidate the mechanisms of action of energy-utilizing molecular chaperones in protein folding, protein activation and aggregate disassembly, and the role of chaperones in proteolysis.  

National Academy of Sciences Member, 2004
American Academy of Arts and Science Member, 2002 
American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow, 2001

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