CBI-RELATED SEMINARS-FALL 2009
Date Speaker Time & Location Host & Seminar Department

9/29
Tuesday

Professor Kristala Jones Prather
MIT
Rational Design of Microbial Chemical Factories
11:15 a.m.
201 LGRT
ChemEng

10/2
Friday

Professor Daniel Pack
University of Illinois
(Re)Engineering Gene Delivery: Toward Construction of Artificial Viruses
3:30 PM
Conte A110-111

Harry Bermudez
PSE

10/6
Tuesday
Professor Michael Adams
Department of Biochemistry
University of Georgia, Athens
Defining the Metalloproteome of the Hyperthermophilic Archaeon Pyrococcus Furiosus by Letting Metals Take the Lead
11:15 a.m.
N201 Morrill IV
Jim Holden
MicroBio
10/22
Thursday
Professor Valeria Culotta
Johns Hopkins University Environmental Health Sciences
The Role of Metal Ions and Oxygen Radicals in Biology and Disease
11:15 a.m.
LGRT 1634
Mike Maroney
Chem
10/30
Friday
Professor Patrick Kiser
University of Utah
Polymers in the Fight Against the Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic
3:30 PM
Conte A110-111

Greg Tew
PSE

11/3
Tuesday
Professor Wonhwa Cho
University of Illinois at Chicago Membranes, lipid sensors, and protein networking

4:00 p.m.
ISB 221
Alejandro Heuck
MCB
11/5
Thursday
Professor Ryan Julian
University of California-Riverside Department of Chemistry
A 'Radical' New Approach to Peptide and Protein Dissection in the Gas Phase
11:15 a.m.
LGRT 1634
Richard Vachet
Chem
11/6
Friday
Professor Mark Saltzman
Yale University
Polymer Nanoparticles for Controlled Delivery of Genes and Nucleic Acids
3:30 PM
Conte A110-111

Maria Santore
PSE

11/17
Tuesday
Professor William Skach
Oregon Health Sciences University Spectroscopic analysis of nascent protein folding on (and off) the ribosome
4:00 p.m.
ISB 221
Dan Hebert
MCB
12/4
Friday
Professor Francis Starr
Wesleyan University
DNA Directed Nanoparticle Assemblies: What are the Rules?
3:30 PM
Conte A110-111

Dave Hoagland
PSE

12/8
Tuesday
Professor Stewart Loh
Upstate Medical University
4:00 p.m.
ISB 221
Lila Gierasch
MCB
12/10
Thursday
Professor Thomas J. Magliery
Ohio State University
Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Combinatorial and Statistical Approaches to Protein Stability, Structure and Function
11:15 a.m.
LGRT 1634
Mike Knapp
Chem
12/11
Friday
Professor Xinqiao Jia
University of Delaware
Soft and Hybrid Materials for Tissue Engineering and Cancer Biology
3:30 PM
Conte A110-111

Tom McCarthy PSE

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