The Pharmacology & Cancer Biology seminar series "Regulatory Networks in Health and Disease" is held on Wednesdays at 12:00 PM in 103 Bryan Research Building - unless otherwise indicated.

Date

Speaker

Institution

Title

9/21/16

Trever Bivona, MD, PhD

UCSF

Molecular strategies for enabling the evolution of precision oncology

9/28/16

CANCELLED

 

 

10/5/16

Filippo Giancotti, MD, PhD

MD Anderson

Mechanisms governing metastatic reactivation

10/12/16

Fernando Camargo, PhD

Boston Children's Hospital / Harvard

YAP / TAZ signaling in stem cells and cancer

10/19/16

Antonina Roll-Mecak, PhD

NINDS / NIH

Reading and writing the tubulin code

10/26/16

Jason Locasale, PhD

Duke University School of Medicine

Metabolic networks in health and cancer

11/2/16

Leanne Jones, PhD

UCLA

Age-related changes to stem cells and the stem cell niche

11/ 9/16

Xiang-Dong Fu, PhD

UCSD

Defining functional genomic interactions by comprehensive RNA-chromatin interactome in 3D genome

11/16/16

James Shorter, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Protein-disaggregase modalities for neurodegenerative disease

11/23/16

No Seminar - Thanksgiving Week

 

 

11/30/16

 

 

 

12/7/16

Tao Pan, PhD

University of Chicago

mRNA and tRNA modifications in the regulation of gene expression

 

 

 

 

1/18/17

Kun-Liang Guan, PhD

UCSD

The Hippo pathway in cell growth, tissue homeostasis, and tumorigenesis

1/19/17

Aashish Manglik, MD, PhD

Stanford University

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 1:30 pm in 103 Bryan Research Building
Structural dynamics of G protein coupled receptor activation

1/25/17

Laura Attardi, PhD

Stanford University

Deconstructing p53 pathways in tumor suppression

1/31/17

Serkan Kir, PhD

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 3:00 pm in 103 Bryan Research Building
Cachexia and brown fat: A burning issue in cancer

2/1/17

Stanislav Shvartsman, PhD

Princeton University

Quantitative biology of RASopathies

2/6/17

Chao Lu, PhD

The Rockefeller University

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 10:15 am in 103 Bryan Research Building
Chromatin dysregulation as driver of oncogenesis

2/8/17

Robert Abraham, PhD

Pfizer

Targeting the cell cycle for cancer therapy

2/15/17

Shang Li, MD, PhD

Duke-NUS Medical School

Regulation of hTERT expression by NR4A1 and HOXC5: mechanisms and implications in human cancer and aging

2/20/17

Colleen Skau, PhD

NIH

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 3:00 pm in 103 Bryan Research Building
Novel roles of formin actin assembly factors in cell adhesion and motility

2/22/17

Zena Werb, PhD (MCB Student Speaker)

UCSF

Understanding cancer, metastasis and the tumor microenvironment in the age of single-cell genomics

2/24/17

Stefano Santaguida, PhD

MIT

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 11:00 am in 103 Bryan Research Building
Molecular insights into the consequences of chromosome segregation errors on cell physiology

3/1/17

Mei Kong, PhD

City of Hope

Dealing with hunger: how cancer cells adapt to glutamine deprivation

3/2/17

Yonathan Lissanu Deribe, MD, PhD

MD Anderson Cancer Center

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 11:15 am in 103 Bryan Research Building
SWI/SNF chromatin remodeling complex in cancer: Models, mechanisms and vulnerabilities

3/8/17

Frank McCormick, PhD

UCSF

Progress in targeting KRAS

3/9/17

Christine Chio, PhD

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 9:00 am in 103 Bryan Research Building
Targeting redox dependencies in pancreatic cancer

3/10/17

Ciara Gallagher, PhD

UCSF

PCB faculty candidate seminar at 11:00 am in 103 Bryan Research Building
Cellular fireworks – the role of trafficking and proteolysis in the regulation of cellular signaling

3/15/17

Hugo Bellen, DVM, PhD

Baylor College of Medicine

Mitochondria, lactate, and lipid droplets in neurodegeneration

3/22/17

Jacqueline Lees, PhD

MIT

 

3/29/17

Tony Huang, PhD

NYU School of Medicine

Ubiquitin-mediated transactions in the mammalian DNA replication stress response

4/5/17

 

 

 

4/12/17

Christopher Glass, MD, PhD

UCSD

Nature and nurture of macrophage identity and function

4/19/17

Phillip Newmark, PhD

HHMI / University of Wisconsin-Madison

Single-cell analysis of stem cells driving the life cycle of the parasitic flatworm, Schistosoma


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