Apr 30, 20145:00 PMElevate your LinkedIn - Workshop & HeadshotsDr. Alberto MoldonPrice Center/Block Pavilion Auditorium & Atrium
May 03, 20149:00 AMThe Business of Life Sciences Workshop Part 1Keating Hall Room 121
Wednesday, May 14, 20141:00 PM
Thesis Defense SeminarMatthew McKnight Croken
Tuesday, June 10, 20141:00 PM
Genetic analysis of novel loci in the kal-1 pathwayCarlos A. Diaz-Balzac
Wednesday, June 11, 20141:00 PM
Thesis Defense Seminar: "The Role of Chaperone mediated Autophagy (CMA) in Genome Maintenance"Caroline Park
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