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Research & Methods

Spring 2019 

Seminars are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays each month, 12 p.m. to 12:50 p.m., in BSB355, unless otherwise noted. All Department of Biochemistry graduate students are required to attend. 

Targeting Glutamine-addiction and Overcoming CDK4/6 Inhibitor Resistance in Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma.

  • January 8
  • Shuo Qie, Ph.D. Post Doc, Diehl Lab 

Investigating the molecular mechanism of cephalosporin-resistance inNeisseria gonorrhoeae.     

  • January 22
  • Brandon Young, Ph.D. Student, Davies Lab 

Seminar cancelled.

  • February 12
  • Maya El-Saban, Ph.D. Student, Traktman Lab 

Regulation and function of LINC00473 in endoplasmic reticulum stress signaling.

  • February 26
  • Alexander McQuiston, Ph.D. Student, Diehl Lab 

Structure-activity relationships of cephalosporins against Neisseria gonorrhoeae strain H041: The importance of precovalent affinity.

  • March 12
  • Jonathan Turner, Ph.D. Student, Davies Lab 

Mechanistic Studies of TGFb-induced Cancer Stem Cell Formation and Mammary Tumorigenesis Through an lLEl/LIFR Signaling Axis.

  • March 26
  • Alec Woosley, Ph.D. Student, Howe Lab 

Uncoupling p97 ATPase activity from segregase function.

  • April 9
  • Halley Rycenga, Ph.D. Student, Long Lab

Structure and function studies of a physiologically important E2 ubiquitin conjugating enzyme.

  • April 23
  • Katelyn Williams, Ph.D. Student, Olsen Lab