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 Combi dates are reserved for postdoctoral research talks.
March 28 -
April 4 - Yi Yin
"Mapping meiotic crossovers and chromosome segregation by high-throughput single sperm sequencing"
April 11 -
April 18 - Bryce Taylor
"YEvo: a yeast evolution lab for the high school classroom"
April 25 - Ben Brandsen, Miguel Martin Perez
"A biosensor strategy for E. coli based on ligand-dependent stabilization"
Miguel Martin Perez
"Protein turnover profiling: from drug discovery to systems biology applications"
May 2 - Stephanie Zimmerman
"Measuring the functional effects of mutations proteome-wide using mistranslation"
May 9 -
May 16 -
May 23 - Damien Wilburn, Caiti Smukowski Heil
Caiti Smukowski Heil
"Transposable element dynamics in hybrid genomes"
"Indirect sexual selection drives rapid evolution of an intrinsically disordered sperm protein"
May 30 - Kenny Matreyek, Jose McFaline
"Massively Parallel Assays of Protein Function to Understand Cellular Dysregulation and Disease"
"A multiplex single-cell genetic screen identifies regulatory barriers in the continuum of the epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition"
June 20 - reserved for M. Dorrity defense