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Dr. Benjamin Garcia of Washington University School of Medicine presents

October 8 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Benjamin Garcia, PhD, seminar speaker

Benjamin Garcia, PhD
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Raymond H. Wittcoff Distinguished Professor of Biological Chemistry
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Seminar title: TBD

Hosted by: Mike Emanuele

Please join us and show support for our seminar speakers!
(For those unable to attend, a zoom link is available upon request to Mimi Baltz.)

About Dr. Garcia’s research: The Garcia Lab utilizes high-resolution mass spectrometry to explore cellular signaling, epigenetic mechanisms and chromatin regulation. We are especially interested in understanding how protein and nucleic acid modifications mediate their canonical functions and regulate nuclear processes. Mass spectrometry has become an unparalleled tool in the analysis of these biological molecules and allows us to obtain quantitative information about modifications as well as their co-occurrence. These modifications are critical for nuclear stability and transcription; and dysregulation of these pathways underlie several human diseases such as cancer. Our work aims to reveal the roles of these modifications in the cell cycle, proliferation, differentiation, signaling pathways and metabolism, to consequently help elucidate the mechanisms of various diseases. ~from Garcia Lab website


October 8
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Mimi Baltz


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