Spring 2009 Seminars

Seminars are usually held each Friday at 3:45 PM in 218 NSC. Refreshments served at 3:30 p.m. prior to the seminar.

Time & Place Speaker Title Host
Fri Jan, 9
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Manfred Schlosse
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
To Be Announced Dr. Binghe Wang
Fri Jan, 23
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Ivaylo Ivanov
University of California, San Diego
The Interplay of AAA+ Molecular Machines and Sliding Clamps at the DNA Replication Fork Dr. David Wison
Fri Jan, 30
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Vinod Krishna
University of Utah
Relating Capsid shape and stability to capsid protein-protein interactions: A multiscale study of the HIV-1 Capsid Dr. David Wison
Fri Feb, 6
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. H. Lee Woodcock
National Institutes of Health
Exploring QM/MM Paths for Mapping Reaction Mechanisms Dr. David Wison
Fri Feb, 13
3:15 PM
101 PSC
Dr. Zoe Cournia
Yale University
Computer-aided drug discovery of MIF inhibitors as novel anti-cancer agents Dr. David Wison
Fri Mar, 6
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Nicholas V. Hud
Georgia Institute of Technology
To Be Announced Dr. Zhen Huang
Fri Mar, 13
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. William C. Wimley
Tulane University
High-throughput methods for discovering membrane-active peptides Dr. Gangli Wang
Fri Mar, 20
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Doug Goodwin
Auburn University
Structural requirements for the hemoprotein-dependent decomposition of hydroperoxides: Lessons from the catalase-peroxidases Dr. Aimin Liu
Fri Apr, 3
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Dennis Hall
University of Alberta
New Applications of Boronic Acids in Chemical Biology and Organocatalysis Dr. Binghe Wang
Fri Apr, 10
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. James Stivers
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Enzymatic Detection of Uracil in DNA Dr. Yujun George Zhen
Fri Apr, 17
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Hung-Wen Liu
University of Texas at Austin
To Be Announced Dr. Zhen Huang
Fri Apr, 24
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Vincent Huynh
Emory University
Reaction Intermediates in the Hydroxylase Component of Toluene/o-Xylene Monooxygenase Dr. Aimin Liu
Thu Apr, 30
3:15 PM
218 NSC
Dr. Florence Lederer
Université Paris XI
Lactate dehydrogenation by a flavoenzyme: hydride transfer or carbanion mechanism? Dr. Giovanni Gadda