​Inaugural Cell & Molecular Biology Programs                 Mini-Symposium

Thursday, April 11, 2013

 3:00 PM                          Student Presentations                           EPNEC Auditorium
Emel Esen (Developmental, Regenerative, & Stem Cell Biology), Lab of  Fanxin Long                                                    “An emerging role for glucose metabolism during Wnt-induced osteoblastogenesis” 
 Erica Siebrasse (Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis),  Lab of  David Wang                                             “Viral discovery:  sifting through the poop”
 Nicholas Tran (Molecular Genetics & Genomics),  Lab of Shiming Chen                                                                          “Saving sight: Improving animal models for CRX-associated blinding diseases”       
Kelsey Tinkum (Molecular Cell Biology),  Labs of David and Helen Piwnica-Worms                                             “Starving Your Way to Survival”
4:15 PM                              Keynote Address                                EPNEC Auditorium
Dr. Andrew Fire
Professor of Pathology and Genetics
Stanford University School of Medicine
“Dynamics of antibody and small RNA populations:
Tracking adaptive immune response through effector repertoires”
5:15 PM                              Student Poster Session                           FLTC Atrium

Follow us: