Monday, October 4
3:00 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: Lessons from the embryo: how effectors are coordinated with mechanics during tissue self-assembly; Speaker: Lance Davidson, Univ. of Pittsburgh.
Attend in person: Ebling Symposium Center, Microbial Sciences Building
Watch livestream: http://220.127.116.11/ClassroomStreams/ebling_stream.html
3:30 PM McArdle Trainee Seminar: Mechanistic insights into Diptoindonesin G, a novel HSP90 inhibitor for cancer treatment; Speaker: Kristine Donahue (Advisor: Wei Xu). Quantifying chromosomal instability using agent-based modeling and Bayesian inference; Speaker: Andrew Lynch (Advisor: Mark Burkard).
Tuesday, October 5
12:00 PM Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Seminar: Understanding the self-renewal hub of a stem cell regulatory network; Speaker: Dr. Judith Kimble, A.B., Ph.D., UW Henry Vilas Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Medical Genetics and Cell and Regenerative Biology.
Attend in person: DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
3:30 PM Chemical Biology Seminar: Dark matter of the human genome; Speaker: Prof. Sarah Slavoff, Chemistry Dept., Yale University.
Room 2120 Grainger Hall
Wednesday, October 6
8:00 AM Oncology Grand Rounds: CANCELLED
8:00 AM RNA Collaborative Seminar: Crosstalk between RNA editing and RNA splicing; Speaker: Polly Chen, Associate Professor, Dept of Anatomy, National University of Singapore. Widespread 3’UTR splicing promotes oncogene expression and tumorigenesis; Speaker: Yvonne Tay, Assistant Professor, Dept of Biochemistry, National University of Singapore.
Join via Zoom (Meeting registration required)
10:30 AM Cancer Biology Seminar: CANCELLED
12:00 PM Neuroscience Fall Seminar Series: How ageless neurons suspend dendrite growth; Speaker: Dr. Claire Richardson, Genetics, UW-Madison.
Thursday, October 7
8:00 AM Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds: Treatment of lipids to prevent atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease; Speaker: James Stein, MD, Professor, Dept. of Medicine, UW-Madison.
12:10 PM Molecular Virology Seminar: Small but mighty: polyamines in viral and cellular processes; Speaker: Prof. Bryan Mounce, Loyola University Medical School, Chicago.
Room 1211 – Biochemical Sciences Building, 440 Henry Mall.
1:30 PM Genomics Seminar: CANCELLED
Friday, October 8
12:00 PM Biostatistics and Medical Informatics Seminar: Exploring tissue architecture using spatial transcriptomics; Speaker: Itai Yanai, PhD, Director and Professor, Dept of Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology, New York University.