"Dissecting Mechanisms of Microtubule Polymerases in Microtubule Assembly: One Tubulin Dimer at a Time"

JAWDAT AL-BASSAM, PhD **Thursday @ 11:00 AM** (Faculty Candidate)

When Mar 12, 2009
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Pagano Room, Lineberger Cancer Center
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Contact Phone 919-962-1058
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Dr. Al-Bassam is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Harrison Lab at Harvard Medical School.  He is a faculty candidate from the Biophysics search.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION:
2003-Present   Postdoctoral Fellow
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, Working with Dr. Stephen Harrison, Dept of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

1998-2003   Doctoral Fellow,
Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California. Working with Dr. Ronald Milligan, Dept of Cell Biology

1995-1998   Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry,
California State University, Long Beach, Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry

HONORS AND AWARDS:
• American Society for Cell Biology Student travel award, 2002
• The Scripps Research Institute, Society of Fellows Travel award, 2001
• The Scripps Research Institute graduate program award for best presentation, 2001
• College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics outstanding graduate of the year 1998
• Magna cum laude honored graduate in Chemistry and Biochemistry, 1998
• Robert Henderson Memorial award in Biochemistry, 1998
• Spyros Pathos IV Memorial award in chemistry 1995
• President's list honors, 1995, 1996, 1997

 

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