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February 2 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Tuesday, repeating until May 4, 2021
One event on April 20, 2021 at 11:00 am
All Spring 2021 BCBP Seminar Series – Tuesdays at 11:00 am (EST)
JANUARY 19 MICHAEL AIROLA, PHD Stony Brook University Host: Saskia Neher Seminar title “Structure function studies of lipid metabolism” JANUARY 26 JIN CHEN, MD PHD Vanderbilt University Host: Pengda Liu Seminar title “Enhancing antitumor immunity by selective inhibition of mTORC1 in tumor vessels” FEBRUARY 2 CHRYSTAL STARBIRD, PHD Yale University Host: Brian Strahl Seminar title “The Structural Basis of TAM Receptor Activation” FEBRUARY 9 YARUI DIAO, PHD Duke University School of Medicine Host: Greg Wang Seminar title “The three-dimensional total landscape of chromatin structure and function on gene regulation ” FEBRUARY 16 PENGDA LIU, PHD UNC-Chapel Hill Host: Brian Strahl Seminar title “STING is a vulnerability in clear cell renal cell carcinoma" FEBRUARY 23 GUNNAR VON HEIJNE, PHD Stockholm University Host: Ron Swanstrom Seminar title “Cotranslational protein folding” MARCH 2 MARTHA CYERT, PHD Stanford University Host: Jean Cook Seminar title "Immunosuppressants and Shor Linear Motifs reveal signaling by the calcineurin phosphatase" MARCH 9 BCBP GRADUATE STUDENT INVITED GUEST SPEAKER ELLIS REINHERZ, PHD Dana Farber Cancer Institute Seminar title “Structural Biology of pMHC Receptors Functioning as Mechanosensors in the αβ T-cell Lineage” MARCH 16 JOHN TESMER, PHD Purdue University Host: Sharon Campbell Seminar title “Molecular mechanisms of activation in PIP3-dependent Rac exchanger 1, a chemotactic and metastatic RhoGEF” MARCH 23 Greg Wang, PHD, UNC-Chapel Hill Host: Brian Strahl Seminar title “ Understanding chromatin modifications in gene regulation and human disease” MARCH 30 RESEARCH IN PROGRESS SEMINAR KANISHK JAIN, PHD UNC-Chapel Hill Strahl Lab Seminar title “TBD” and SIYUAN SU, PHD UNC-Chapel Hill Liu Lab Seminar title “SPOP and OTUD7A control EWS-FLI1 protein stability to govern Ewing sarcoma growth” APRIL 6 DONALD HILVERT, PHD ETH ZURICH Host: Brian Kuhlman Seminar title "Virus-like nucleocapsids from nonviral protein cages” APRIL 13 no seminar this week APRIL 20 JOHN BRIGGS, PHD MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Host: Rick Baker Seminar title "Viruses and vesicles - studying protein structures “in situ” using cryo-electron tomography" APRIL 27 QIANBEN WANG, PHD Duke University School of Medicine, Pathology Host: Greg Wang Seminar title “Epigenetic regulation in hormone-dependent cancers” MAY 4 PEI ZHOU, PHD Duke University School of Medicine, Biochemistry Host: Pengda Liu Seminar title “Mission Impossible: Novel Therapeutics Targeting Undruggable Protein Interfaces and Minor Conformational States” Please contact the host, Holly Shepherd, from our department for zoom link and other questions.