Beyond our formal seminar series, Cell Biology often hosts ad hoc seminars and lectures for our community. Cell Bio Seminars generally feature researchers who happens to be passing through or in town for a conference near Boston. Dissertation Seminars are held when our PhD students complete their tenure with us. We rarely miss an opportunity to feature new and exciting research! If there are no seminars listed below currently, check back in a few weeks as one is bound to pop up.
Current Academic Year
DATE EVENT SPEAKER TALK TITLE Nov 05, 2021 Dissertation Defense Giulia Notarangelo Environmental barriers to T cell metabolism and function Mar 09, 2022 Dissertation Defense Samantha Wong A study of prolyl hydroxylase domain 3 (PHD3): protein biochemistry and the development of inhibitors Mar 16, 2022 Dissertation Defense Vincent Chu Protein degradation pathways associated with nonsense-mediated mRNA decay
Apr 26, 2022
Dissertation Defense Sarah Tucker Investigating the intersection of metabolism and NAD-consuming enzymes in intestinal homeostasis and disease May 2, 2022 Dissertation Defense Ciyue (Judy) Shen Systematic approaches for nominating combination therapies in cancer May 3, 2022 Dissertation Defense Tiasha Shafiq
Locus-Dependent Epigenetic Inheritance of Polycomb-Mediated Gene Silencing
June 27, 2022 Cell Bio Seminar Harald Stenmark Membrane Dynamics and Cancer July 7, 2022 Cell Bio Seminar Einat Zalckvar Peroxisomes - From systematic screens to human diseases July 19, 2022 Cell Bio Seminar Daniel Gerlich Chromosome dynamics during the cell cycle July 22, 2022 Cell Bio Seminar Brenda Schulman Unfolding mysteries of cullin-RING E3 ubiquitin ligases