Microbiology 7899 Seminar Schedule Archive: Autumn 2015

Autumn Semester 2015:

 
August 26Matthew Sullivan, PhD, Ohio State University
"The Tara Oceans global oceanographic research expedition: Mapping biodiversity from viruses to fish larvae"
Host: Mike Ibba
Followed by Department Welcome/Orientation
 
September 9Haruyuki Atomi, PhD, Kyoto University
"Unique Metabolism and its Regulation in Archaea"
Host: John Reeve
 
September 23: No Seminar
 
October 7: Paul O'Maille, PhD, John Innes Centre
"From drug origin to action: Emergence of terpene cyclization and mechanism of nitroimidazole antibiotics"
Host: Chad Rappleye
Discovery Themes Initiative Faculty Candidate
 
October 21: Linda Kenney, PhD, University of Illinois-Chicago
"Two-component signaling in Salmonella pathogenesis"
Host: Ross Dalbey
 
November 4: Terry Hwa, PhD, University of California-San Diego
"From physiology to molecules: a quantitative approach towards predictive biology"
Host: Kurt Fredrick
 
November 11: Veteran's Day, Campus Closed
 
November 18: Paul Stoodley, PhD, Ohio State University
"Biofilm viscoelasticity as a surface survival mechanism for the dental pathogen Streptococcus mutans"
Host: Mike Ibba
 
November 25: Thanksgiving Break, No Seminar
 
December 2: No Seminar
 
December 3: Maria Belen Cassera, PhD, Virginia Tech
"It takes two to tango: metabolomics and drug discovery"
Host: Chad Rappleye
*Seminar will be held at 9:30am in 104 Aronoff; Students enrolled in 7899 are not required to attend.
Discovery Themes Initiative Faculty Candidate
 
December 9: Herve Roy, PhD, University of Central Florida
"New players in tRNA-dependent pathways for membrane lipid aminoacylation"
Host: Mike Ibba
 
December 14: Kou-San Ju, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Discovery of Natural Products and their Biosynthetic Pathways by Large-Scale Genome Mining"
Host: Chad Rappleye
*Seminar will be held at 9:30am in 104 Jennings; Students enrolled in 7899 are not required to attend.
Discovery Themes Initiative Faculty Candidate
 
December 17: Matthew Anderson, PhD, Brown University
"Genomic plasticity produces phenotypic diversity in Candida albicans"
Host: Chad Rappleye
*Seminar will be held at 9:30am in 104 Jennings; Students enrolled in 7899 are not required to attend.
Discovery Themes Initiative Faculty Candidate
 
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