Fall Term 2017
September 27, 2017Geoffrey Wahl
The Salk Institute
Understanding Intra-tumoral heterogeneity using a developmental lens
Host: Arup Indra
October 11, 2017David Thomas
Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics
University of Minnesota
Muscle Protein Structural Dynamics and Therapeutic Discovery 
Host: Weihong Qiu
October 25, 2017
Cosponsored by the Departments of Microbiology and Chemistry

**Withycombe 109**
Paul Jensen
Center for Marine Biotechnology & Biomedicine
UC San Diego
Ecological and evolutionary perspectives on secondary metabolism in marine actinobacteria
Host: Sandra Loesgen
November 8, 2017Brenna Henn
Stony Brook University
What do we gain by studying African genomes? : Examples from human evolution
Host: Thomas Sharpton 
December 6, 2017
Pat Schloss
University of Michigan
Understanding Disease through the Lens of the Microbiome
Host: Thomas Sharpton 
Winter Term 2018
February 7, 2018Scott Landfear
Dept of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology
Critical Roles for Glucose Transporters in Parasitic Protozoa: From Cell Biology to Drug Discovery
Host: Sandra Loesgen
February 21, 2018Jason Slot
Fungal Evolutionary Genomics
The Ohio State University
Investigating fungal chemical ecology with evolutionary genomics
Host: Michael Freitag
March 7, 2018Rosalie Sears
Molecular and Medical Genetics
Modeling and targeting intra-tumor phenotypic heterogeneity and cellular plasticity
Host: Siva Kolluri
Spring Term 2018
April 4, 2018John Taylor
UC Berkeley
The species problem for fungi in the era of genomics
Host: Nik Grünwald
April 18, 2018Catherine Royer
Biological Sciences
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Pressure-based mapping of protein conformational landscapes
Host: Elisar Barbar
May 2, 2018Maret Traber
Linus Pauling Institute
Oregon State University
Ferroptosis, Mechanism of Cell Death in Vitamin E Deficiency During Embryogenesis?
May 16, 2018Steve Reichow
Portland State  University
Native Lens Gap Junctions Visualized at Near-Atomic Resolution by CryoEM
Host: Elisar Barbar
May 29, 2018
NOTE: Date change
Tuesday, May 29   3:30-4:30    ALS 4001
Rebecca Fry
Environmental Sciences and Engineering
UNC Chapel Hill 
The placental epigenome as a driver of early and later life health effects
Host: Molly Kile
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