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Spring 2018 Colloquium Program

Location/Time:  CE Symposium Hall, 4 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
Refreshments:  15 minutes before start time


Title of Talk
January 19 Dr. Jan Lammerding
Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering
Cornell University
Squish and Squeeze - Nuclear Mechanics and Mechanotransduction in Physiology and Disease  Sozanne Solmaz
January 26 Faculty Candidate TBA  
February 2 Faculty Candidate TBA

February 9 Dr. Stephan Wilkens
Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
SUNY Upstate Medical Center
Breaking Up and Making Up - The Secret Life of the Vacuolar H+ -ATPase Sozanne Solmaz
February 16 Dr. Marilyn Gunner
Dept of Physics
City College of NY
Proton Pumping to Power the Cell  Puja Goyal
February 23 Dr. Emmanuel S. Burgos
Dept of Biochemistry
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Inventing a New Toolbox to Study Methyltransferases Matthew Vetticatt
March 2   No Colloquium
Winter Break
March 9 Dr. L. Nathan Tumey
School of Pharmacy
Binghamton University
Macromolecular Medicinal Chemistry:  Strategies for Designing Effective Antibody-Drug-Conjugates  
March 16 Dr. G. Gokcumen
Dept of Chemistry
University of Buffalo
Non-canonical Roles of Lipids in Cell Death Matthew Vetticatt
March 23 Dr. Song Lin
Dept of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Cornell University
Using Electricity to Amp Up Organic Synthesis:  Electrocatalytic Alkene Difunctionalization  
March 30   No Colloquium
Spring Break
April 6   No Colloquium
Spring Break
April 13 Dr. Lei Wang
Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
University of California, San Francisco
Genetically Encoding New Chemical Reactivity in Live Cells

Science Library 212
Puja Goyal
April 20 Dr. Nobuyuki Hai Tran
University of Rochester Medical Center
The Opioid Epidemic and the Anesthesiologists  Wunmi Sadik
April 27 Dr. Clifford Kubiak
Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of California San Diego
If You Make a Solar Fuel from CO2, What Should it Be?

Eisch Lectureship in Inorganic/Organometallic Chemistry
Alistair Lees
May 4 Dr. Xing Wang
Dept of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Paranemic Crossover (PX) DNA, a DNA Motif Implicated in Homologous Chromosome Pairing/Recognition

SN - Fountain Room
Brian Callahan
May 11   No Colloquium
Final Exam Week

Last Updated: 5/2/18