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All Seminars start at 4:00 pm. Refreshments served at 3:45 pm.
All seminars held at 1103 Biosciences Bldg (BRB 413) unless specified otherwise.

Ji-Xin Cheng, Purdue University
Hosted by Hamza and Losert
TOPIC: Seeing the unseen in cell machinery by label-free spectroscopic imaging
Mon, Sep 10, 2012

NO SEMINAR (Rosh Hashanah)
Mon, Sep 17, 2012

Philip Bryan, IBBR & Bioengineering, UMCP
Hosted by Lorimer
TOPIC: A 20-year perspective on engineering proteases: From damaging perfectly good enzymes to enzymatic machines for biological computing.
Mon, Sep 24, 2012

Robert Tycko, NIDDK, NIH.
Hosted by Lorimer
TOPIC: New Insights Into Amyloid Formation from Solid State NMR.
Mon, Oct 1, 2012

Dan Larson, NIH.
Hosted by Upadhyaya
TOPIC: A Single Molecule View of the Central Dogma in Yeast
Mon, Oct 15, 2012

Sandeep Patel, University of Delaware.
Hosted by Lorimer
TOPIC: Recent Progress in Development and Application of Non-Additive Interaction; Models for Molecular Simulations of Biophysical Systems.
Mon, Oct 22, 2012

Sergei Noskov, University of Calgary.
Hosted by Sukharev
TOPIC: Channels and nano-pores: explicit modeling of conductance.
Mon, Nov 5, 2012

Christy Landes, Rice University.
Hosted by Papoian
TOPIC: In Search of Concurrence between Biological and Synthetic Single Molecule Structure/Function
Mon, Nov 12, 2012

Ken Jacobson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Hosted by Upadhyaya
TOPIC: What cell shape oscillations can tell us about cortical actin-microtubule interactions and amoeboid migration.
Mon, Nov 19, 2012

Doug Barrick, Johns Hopkins.
Hosted by Lorimer
TOPIC: Dissecting the forces that contribute to cooperativity in the folding of repeat proteins.
Mon, Nov 26, 2012

Sharon Rozovsky, University of Delaware.
Hosted by Lorimer
TOPIC: 77Se NMR of selenoproteins.
Mon, Dec 3, 2012

George H. Lorimer, University of Maryland.
TOPIC: Disposing of some chaperonin myths. How to win a Lasker Prize but get it mostly wrong.
Mon, Oct 1, 2012