Co-sponsored by the Department of Genomes Sciences and the Computational Molecular Biology (CMB) Program, the Combi Seminars focus specifically on developments in molecular and computational biology-related research and often feature UW faculty and researchers from regionally affiliated centers and institutes.
All Combi Seminars take place on Wednesdays from 1:30 - 2:30 in Foege Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
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Please follow this link for a listing of past seminars.
Spring 2013 - reserved for postdoctoral research talks
April 17 - Jonathon Burman
"Using Drosophila to study mitochondrial dysfunction and neurodegenerative disease"
April 24 - Ferhat Ay, Martin Kircher
May 1 - Sandra Zimmerman
"Proteomics meets tubulogenesis: Regulation of tube elongation during dorsal appendage formation"
May 8 -
"Cheating Chromosomes in Meiosis and Mitosis"
"Next Generation Genetics: Merging Classic and Next-Generation Tools to Dissect Functional DNA Elements in Diverse Yeasts"
May 15 - Celia Payen, Megan Dennis
“Mechanism of formation of large inverted duplications”
“Characterization of human-specific duplicated genes implicated in neurocognitive traits”
May 22 - James Urton
"Chromatin Landscape Diversity in Arabidopsis thaliana"
May 29 - Kyle Siebenthall, Stuart Davidson
June 5 - Calvin Mok, Adam Warner
June 12 - reserved
Summer 2013 seminars, if scheduled, will be held in Health Sciences T-747.
October 2 - Dr. Alexander Ratushny
Seattle Biomed and Institute for Systems Biology
October 9 -
October 16 -
October 23 -
October 30 -
November 6 -
November 13 -
November 20 -
December 4 -