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Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics

Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics
141 Chalmers Hall
1711 Claflin Rd.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-7278 fax

Biotechnology Core Facility
206 Burt Hall
785-532-6297 fax

Biomolecular NMR Facility
37 Chalmers Hall

BMB Department Seminars

Spring 2020

The remainder of seminars have been postponed.

Coffee and cookies available at 3:45 p.m.
Note: Time and location may differ; see abstract for more information.

Title/PDF abstract
January 22
Ed AkhunovPlant Pathology
Kansas State University
Dissecting the genetic and molecular basis of plant-pathogen interaction in wheat stem rust pathosystem
January 29
Mojgan PadashBiology
University of Oklahoma
A fruit fly model of cervical cancer, a platform for unraveling the disease mechanism and discovery of novel therapeutics
February 5
Umut YucelAnimal Sciences and Industry
Kansas State University
Controlling colloidal structures to improve food functionality
February 12
Alexandre ShvartsburgChemistry
Wichita State University
High-Resolution Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry: Frontline Technology and Applications across Chemistry
February 19
Jason KrantzEnvironmental Health and Safety
Kansas State University
Hazard Communication Training
February 26
Bret FreudenthalBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Kansas Medical Center
Cancer Biology
University of Kansas Cancer Center
Mechanisms of nucleotide selection by telomerase: implications for cancer therapy
March 4
Tendai GadzikwaChemistry
Kansas State University
Enzyme-Inspired Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) Materials
March 11
Spring Break No Seminar
March 18
Gregory FinniganBiochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Kansas State University
Reconstructed evolutionary history of the yeast septins, Cdc11 and Shs1
March 25
Kelly GreeneEnvironmental Health and Safety
Kansas State University
Hazardous Waste Awareness
April 1
Leonard DobensSchool of Biological and Chemical Sciences
University of Missouri, Kansas City
Tribbles and Insulin signaling
April 8
Kathrin SchrickBiology
Kansas State University
Developmental regulators act as lipid sensors for phosphate nutrient status in plants
April 15
Hageman Lecture
Dan VoytasGenetics, Cell Biology, and Development
University of Minnesota
Overcoming Bottlenecks in Plant Gene Editing
April 24
Binghui ShenCancer Genetics and Epigenetics
City of Hope
Okazaki fragment maturation: Life, death or mutations
April 24
Lee ZouBiological and Biomedical Sciences
Harvard Medical School
The ATR Signaling Pathway: from Basic Research to Targeted Cancer Therapy
April 29
Paul CullenBiological Sciences
University of Buffalo
Mucin Processing and MAPK Activation Controls Filamentous Growth in Yeast: Links to Fungal Cell Differentiation and Pathogenesis
May 6
Ruthie AngeloviciBiological Sciences
University of Missouri
Uncovering The Metabolic and Genetic basis of Free and Bound Amino Acid in Seeds