Fall Term, 2016

Date

Speaker

Presentation Title

Affiliation

Host

October 5, 2016

Michael Freitag "Chromatin - Everything is true but nothing is accurate" Oregon State University Fritz Gombart

October 19, 2016

Justine Liepkalns "Strengthening community: Use of social media in undergraduate classes and career discussions within a graduate student program" Department of Biology Kevin Ahern

November 2, 2016

Viviana Perez "New insights into the cellular mechanisms of aging: implications for health - and life-span" Oregon State University Fritz Gombart

***November 10, 2016
Located in LPSC at 3:00 pm

BB Students Poster Presentations   Elisar Barbar

***November 10, 2016
Located in LPSC at 3:30 pm

Angela Gronenborn "Fluorine NMR - protein folding, structure and applications to drug binding"

Department of Structural Biology and Pittsburgh Center for HIV- Protein Interaction,

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Elisar Barbar

November 16, 2016

Colin Johnson “Can you hear me now? Characterizing the essential role of otoferlin in deafness and the molecular biology of hearing” Oregon State University Fritz Gombart

November 18, 2016

Mike Tyka "Proteins and neural networks: Adventures in art and science." Google BB Students

***November 29, 2016
Located in Kearney Atrium
at 5:30 pm

Eric Schreiter "How to see what we are thinking" (Public lecture) Tsoo King Lecture Series BB Graduate Students

***November 30, 2016
Located in ALS 4001
at 3:30 pm

Eric Schreiter "Permanent marking and selective manipulation of active neurons" (Scientific lecture) Tsoo King Lecture Series BB Graduate Students
December 2, 2016 Joerg Bormann “Tame a virus: a novel defense gene controls virus spread in the cereal pathogen Fusarium graminearum." University Hamburg, Biozentrum Klein Flottbek, Molecular Phytopathology Michael Freitag
***December 12, 2016 Located in ALS 4001
at 11:00 am
Chelsea Holman "Initial in vitro and in vivo characterization of the membrane trafficking protein Fer1L6" Oregon State University, Thesis Defense Colin Johnson
***December 13, 2016 Located in ALS 4001 at 9:30 am Sara Codding

“Elucidating the biochemical properties of dysferlin”

Oregon State University, Thesis Defense Colin Johnson
December 14, 2016 Roger Sutton "How homologous proteins can have different functions: Structural and Biochemical differences between Dysferlin and Myoferlin" The University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX Colin Johnson

***December 16, 2016 in ALS 4001 at 11:00 am

1st Year Grad Students    Oregon State University First Year Grad Student Rotation Talks