Tatyana Bodrug (student of Dr. Nicholas G. Brown) Program: Biochemistry and Biophysics Title: “Time-Resolved Cryo-EM Analysis of Substrate Polyubiquitination by the RING E3 Anaphase-Promoting Complex/Cyclosome (APC/C)” Zoom and 1131 Bioinformatics The zoom link will be shared only with the express permission of the defending student ahead of time.
Franziska Bleichert, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Yale School of Medicine Host: Student Invite Title: Mechanisms for initiating DNA replication in eukaryotes Research: Dr. Bleichert’s research focuses on understanding the operating principles of macromolecular machines involved in chromosome replication and in the maintenance of genome stability using a combination of structural biology, biochemical, biophysical, and cellular approaches. … Read more
De-Stress with Diversity and Student Success program (DSS) at the Graduate Student Center. Come relax, enjoy snacks, chill music, destress activities (coloring, make stress ball, etc.) With exam season approaching, come join us at the Graduate Student Center to De-stress with DSS! We will be hosting a DROP-IN event with snacks, activities and a place to de-stress / relax. Don’t miss out on a chance to give your brain a break! We hope to see everyone there.
Novelist, essayist and illustrator Daniel Wallace will speak to graduates at Carolina’s Winter Commencement Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. in the Dean E. Smith Center. No tickets required.
Monday, December 12th 1-2 PM Education & Training and Friday, December 16th 3-4 PM Faculty & Staff Development. Everyone is invited to attend in 1131 Bioinformatics and share ideas for the future of BCBP. Two more sessions will be scheduled after the New Year: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion and work climate, and Research Growth and Infrastructure. … Read more