Spring 2020 Seminar Schedule

When: Wednesdays at noon
Where: Rayford Auditorium, Biomedical Research Building II, Room 106-2


Monday, January 27th
Alessandro Vindigni, PhD.
-Cancer Institute Forum, Walton Auditorium, Cancer Institute 1026
-Professor of Medicine, Pathology and Immunology
-Co-director, DNA Metabolism & Repair Program Siteman Cancer Center
-Washington University School of Medicine
Host: Dr. Alicia Byrd


February 5th
Jessica Hartman, Ph.D.
-Postdoctoral Scholar
-Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
Host: Dr. Mari Davidson


February 12th
Alicja Urbaniak, Ph.D.
-Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
-University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Host: Dr. Alicia Byrd


February 19th
Christal Sohl, Ph.D.
-Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
-San Diego State University
Host: Dr. Robert Eoff


Monday, March 2nd
Mary Philip, M.D., Ph.D.
-Cancer Institute Forum, Walton Auditorium, Cancer Institute 1026
-Professor of Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology
-Vanderbilt University
Host: Dr. Marie Burdine 


March 11th – Student Research Day (Mar 10th)

No seminar


March 18th

John Pascal, Ph.D.
-Professor, Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine
-Université de Montréal
Host: Dr. Kevin Raney


March 25th – Spring Break

No seminar


Monday, March 30th
Andrew Xiao, Ph.D.
-Cancer Institute Forum, Walton Auditorium, Cancer Institute 1026
-Associate Professor of Genetics, Yale University School of Medicine
Host: Dr. Alan Tackett 


April 8th Patrick Sung, Ph.D.
-Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology
-UT Health San Antonio
Host: Dr. Alicia Byrd


April 15th

Richard Frock, Ph.D.
-Assistant Professor in Radiation Oncology, Radiation and Cancer Biology
-Stanford Medicine
Host: Dr. Justin Leung


Monday, May 4th
Jeremy Stark, PhD
-Cancer Institute Forum, Walton Auditorium, Cancer Institute 1026
-Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics
-City of Hope
Host: Dr. Justin Leung 


 

For more information, contact the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology office, (501)686-5196