2018 Jan 23

Seminar: Mogens Høgh Jensen

1:00pm to 2:30pm


WAB 563

Title: Couples Oscillations in Biology

Abstract: The control of proteins by a transcription factor with periodically varying concentration exhibits intriguing dynamical behavior. If the concentration of another element, for instance a ligand responsible for the activation of the transcription factor, is oscillating as well, the system of coupled oscillators can create regions of bistable oscillation states. We investigate how transitions between different entrained states caused by intrinsic noise affect the expression of...

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2017 Nov 28

Seminar: Carl Pabo



Warren Alpert 563

Title: Human Thought and the Human Future:  A Structural Biologist Offers New Approaches for Solving World Problems ​​​​

Bio: Carl Pabo spent several decades doing research on the structure and design of DNA-binding proteins, making some fundamental contributions to the field.  In 2001, he decided to leave his positions as a tenured professor at MIT and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to look at some even-more-critical questions about the power and limits of human thought...

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2017 Dec 12

Seminar: Neil Kelleher

11:00am to 12:00pm


WAB 563

Title: When good isoforms go bad: Mapping mutation/modification cross talk on KRAS4b in colorectal cancer

Neil Kelleher
Department of Chemistry, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences
Northwestern University
Abstract: Oncogenic mutations of KRAS are found in ~22% of human cancers and result in constitutive...
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