3-D Structural Organization of DNA in Bacterial Chromosomes
October 26, 2012
Dr. Sankar Adhya is the Chief of Developmental Genetics Section of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the National Cancer Institute and an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences. This is the first lecture in the School of Integrated Science and Humanity's BSI Lecture Series for 2012-13, co-sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, and the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine's Department of Molecular Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. It will be held in Room 134, Parking Garage 5, 11am, and is free and open to the public.
Risk and Benefits of DNA Repair, Dr. Samuel Wilson, National Institutes of Health
February 3, 2012
This February, the School of Integrated Science and Humanity, together with the Departments of Biological Sciences, Physics and Chemistry & Biochemistry, will host Dr. Samuel Wilson, who will be giving a presentation on the research he and his team have done at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/National Institutes of Health (NIEHS/NIH) towards an understanding of DNA lesion repair via DNA synthesis by DNA damage repair enzymes.
Normal & Pathological Development of Neural Crest Derivatives, Dr. Lionel Larue, Institut Curie, France
November 8, 2011
This November, the School of Integrated Science and Humanity, together with the Department of Biological Sciences, will host Dr. Lionel Larue (Institut Curie, France), as the first speaker in our highly anticipated Biomolecular Sciences Institute Lecture Series. Dr. Larue's research focuses on the molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie the generation of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. He utilizes information gained from studies on the development of pigment cells, the melanocytes to uncover new avenues for the treatment of melanoma.