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Chemistry

Biochemistry Seminar Series

Fall 2011
Wednesdays, 12 Noon
Coffee/Tea 11:45am
Room MR 1027


8/31
Louis F. Levinger
Professor of Biology
York College, CUNY
tRNase Z reaction is central to tRNA maturation

9/7
Scott Banta
Assoc. Prof. Chem. Eng.
Columbia U.
The β-roll motif as a novel scaffold for engineering biomolecular recognition

9/14
Bryce Nickels
Asst. Prof. Genetics
Rutgers U.
Production & function of extremely small RNA transcripts in bacteria

9/21
TBA

9/28
No classes

10/5
Bogden Z. Obenyuk
Chem. Dept.
UCLA
Structural Basis & Functional Consequences of Direct Transcriptional Regulation of O2 Homeostasis

10/12
Jack Freed
Prof. of Phys. Chem.
Cornell U.
Pulse dipolar ESR and protein superstructures

10/19
Dan Raleigh
Prof. of Chem.
SUNY, Stony Brook
Amyloid formatin from basic Biophysics to inhibitor design

10/26
Don Engelman, NA
Prof.,Biochem & Biophysics
Yale U.
pH-dependent transmembrane peptide insertion: mechanism & uses in drug delivery

11/2
Brent Stockwell
Prof., Biological Sciences
Columbia U.
Probing Cell Death with Small Molecules

11/9
Kevin Dalby
Prof., Medicinal Chem.
University of Texas at Austing
Mechanisms of Non-ATP Competitive Inhibitors of MAP Kinases

11/16
John Golbeck
Prof., Bchem., Mol. Biol.
Penn State
Extracting the last erg of energy from a (mole of) solar photons

11/23
Student Seminars

11/30
Rebeccca Page
Prof., Cell Biology & Bchem.
Brown U.
Using structure to understand signaling in prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems

12/7
Paul Falkowski, NA
Rutgers U.
TBA