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Student Seminar Talks
November 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
You are invited to come to see the students from BIOC710 give their final presentations on Wednesday, November 1, and November 15. Our students are excited to share their research with the department.
One of the required courses in our department is 710 – Scientific Presentation. One aspect of this class is training for our students in giving oral presentations. The students practice their talks in class and then use the feedback from peers and instructors to improve their presentation. The second time they give their presentation is in front of a larger audience – in front of the entire department. We have the first 2 students give their final presentation right now in Bioinformatics. Faculty and lab members encouraged to come support our students.
November 1, 1:15-3 pm, 1131 Bioinformatics
We are ordering snacks for a pre-event reception for the student presentations on November 1 and 15. They should be available by 12:45pm in the bioinformatics 1131 lobby.
IKE EMERSON, CONLON LAB
“CONTROL OF SEX DIFFERENTIAL PROTEIN EXPRESSION IN THE CARDIAC CONDUCTION SYSTEM BY X-CHROMOSOME MIRNAS”
MATTHEW HVASTA, KUHLMAN LAB
“STRUCTURE-GUIDED DESIGN OF STABLE E PROTEIN HOMODIMERS FOR A MULTIVALENT DENGUE VACCINE”
November 15, 1:15-3 pm, 1131 Bioinformatics
ABIGAIL BALLARD, BERGMEIER LAB
“THE ROLE OF PLATELET COAGULATION INTERPLAY IN HEMOSTATIC PLUG FORMATION ” DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
CHRISTOPHER SHELBY, KUHLMAN LAB
“IMPROVING TYROSINASE’S RATE AND SPECIFICITY THROUGH SUBSTRATE RECRUITMENT”
DEREK BOLHUIS, BROWN AND EMANUELE LABS
“RECIPROCAL REGULATION BETWEEN USP37 AND THE APC/C”