Biochemistry Seminar Series
Wednesdays, 12 Noon
Room MR 1027
Louis F. Levinger
Professor of Biology
York College, CUNY
tRNase Z reaction is central to tRNA maturation
Assoc. Prof. Chem. Eng.
The β-roll motif as a novel scaffold for engineering biomolecular recognition
Asst. Prof. Genetics
Production & function of extremely small RNA transcripts in bacteria
Bogden Z. Obenyuk
Structural Basis & Functional Consequences of Direct Transcriptional Regulation of O2 Homeostasis
Prof. of Phys. Chem.
Pulse dipolar ESR and protein superstructures
Prof. of Chem.
SUNY, Stony Brook
Amyloid formatin from basic Biophysics to inhibitor design
Don Engelman, NA
Prof.,Biochem & Biophysics
pH-dependent transmembrane peptide insertion: mechanism & uses in drug delivery
Prof., Biological Sciences
Probing Cell Death with Small Molecules
Prof., Medicinal Chem.
University of Texas at Austing
Mechanisms of Non-ATP Competitive Inhibitors of MAP Kinases
Prof., Bchem., Mol. Biol.
Extracting the last erg of energy from a (mole of) solar photons
Prof., Cell Biology & Bchem.
Using structure to understand signaling in prokaryotic and eukaryotic systems
Paul Falkowski, NA