Graduate Student Seminars

Culture plates
 Psychrophilic algae
 Broth cultures
 A gloved hand reaches toward the incinerator, labeled 'Caution Hot'
Fluorescent bacteria
 Microbes infecting cells
 Fluorescent viruses
 Antarctic research
Goldwater scholar at work in the lab

MBI 690 Seminars
Fall 2019

218 Pearson Hall
Mondays@4:15 pm

August 26

No Seminar 

September 2

Labor Day

September 9

Isha Kalra
The role of cyclic electron flow and associated photosystem I supercomplex during acclimation to long-term environmental stress

September 16

Adam Creighbaum
Methanogenesis from glycine betaine proceeds through a corrinoid-dependent
methyltransferase pathway

September 25 (Wednesday)

Mariah Squire
Investigating Light-Dependent Cellular Regulation in Acinetobacter baumannii 

September 30

Christopher Chen
Analysis of DNA-PK regulation during Adenovirus infection

October 7

Chandra Mani Kafle
Adenoviral regulation of the host cell cycle

October 14

Jenna DeLuca
The role of FCRL1 in B cell signaling and immune response

October 21

Jyoti Kashyap
Investigating Choline Degradation Pathways  from Human Gut and Environmental Isolate

October 28

Joseph Mikulin
Distribution and function of SLAMF9 in murine tissues

November 4

Nathan Schwab
Mycoplasma iowae and Mycoplasma penetrans:virulence characterization and possible mechanism of shape change

November 11

Brianna Bates
Characterizing SLAMF9

November 18

Autumn Robinson
Investigating the Significance of Histone Post-translational Modifications During Adenovirus Infection

November 25

Abigail Mills
The Effects of High Cyclic Electron Flow on Antarctic Algae

December 2

Md Aminul Islam

December 5 

Parnell Sheldon

Please send questions and comments to: 

Annette Bollmann, Ph.D.
Seminar Series Coordinator