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Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy

Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy

Integrated Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series

Seminars and Events

Seminars are Tuesdays 10am in the Genome Auditorium (GBSF) 1005. Please contact Amy Weaver for additional information:


Date Lecture Speaker
September 16, 2014 "The response of signaling and metabolic networks to targeted inhibitors: what single cells can tell us"
John Albeck, University of California, Davis, Dept of Molecular & Cellular Biology
October 07, 2014 "Microsystems for sensing and shaping cell function" Alex Revzin, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of California, Davis
October 21, 2014 "Membrane Protein trafficking in Photoreceptors" Wolfgang Baehr, University of Utah
November 04, 2014 "Circuitry mechanisms underlying sensori-motor integration in mice" Tianyi Mao, Vollum Institute, Oregon Health and Science University
December 02, 2014 "Mechanism of Adaptation in Mammalian Rod Photoreceptors" Gordon Fain, University of California, Los Angeles
December 16, 2014 "Genetic control of neural circuit formation in the basal ganglia: Implications for childhood neurological disorders" Kenneth Campbell, Cincinnati Children's Hospital
January 20, 2015 "Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Neural Progenitor Fate and Differentiation" Ben Novitch, University of California, Los Angeles
February 03, 2015 

"Signal transduction at primary cilia"

Rajat Rohatgi, Stanford University
February 17, 2015

"Stem cell properties in the developing and adult zebrafish brain"

Su Guo, University of California, San Fransisco
March 03, 2015

"Genomic perspectives of gene regulatory systems in the brain"

Alex Nord, Department of NPB / CNS, University of California, Davis
April 07, 2015 "Assessing the biomechanical behavior of corneal keratocytes in vitro and in vivo" Matthew Petroll, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
April 21, 2015 "Engineering optogenetic probes for visualization and control of cellular activity" Robert Campbell, University of Alberta
May 19, 2015 “Precision of visual coding from retina to cortex” Dan Butts, University of Maryland
June 02, 2015 "Polarized signaling is essential for properly determining retinal cell fates during ocular development in zebrafish" Brian Link, Medical College of Wisconsin


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