Tuesdays from 12:30 - 1:50 in Foege Auditorium (S 060)
Speakers must post references for their Journal Club by the Monday preceding their talk. References should be given to Brian Giebel (bgiebel
(at) u.washington.edu) to be posted on this page. If you are unable to speak at the appointed time, please arrange to change dates with someone else (please notify Brian when you make changes).
References are posted as they are received. Please be sure to check the current and past schedules to make sure your proposed article hasn't already been reserved or previously presented by another speaker.
Follow this link for a listing of past Journal Club references.
The Genome Sciences Journal Club series has concluded for the 2013-2014 academic year. The 2014-2015 schedule will be posted in July.
August 12 - reserved for dissertation defense
12/2 - Cecilia Noecker, Colin McNally
Bergland, A.O., Behrman, E.L., O’Brien, K.R., Schmidt, P.S., and Petrov, D.A. (2014). Genomic Evidence of Rapid and Stable Adaptive Oscillations over Seasonal Time Scales in Drosophila. PLoS Genet. 10, e1004775.
McBride et al. “Evolution of Mosquito Preference for Humans Linked to an Odorant Receptor.” Nature 515, no. 7526 (November 12, 2014): 222–27. doi:10.1038/nature13964.
1/6 - Daniel Kim
Uncovering the Hidden Risk Architecture of the Schizophrenias: Confirmation in Three Independent Genome-Wide Association Studies.
Arnedo J, Svrakic DM, Del Val C, Romero-Zaliz R, Hernández-Cuervo H; Molecular Genetics of Schizophrenia Consortium, Fanous AH, Pato MT, Pato CN, de Erausquin GA, Cloninger CR, Zwir I. Am J Psychiatry. 2014 Sep 15. doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2014.14040435.
1/13 - Melissa Chiasson, Seungsoo Kim
1/20 - Joe Felsenstein, Aaron McKenna
Lu, X., Sachs, F., Ramsay, L., Jacques, P.-É., Göke, J., Bourque, G., & Ng, H.-H. (2014). The retrovirus HERVH is a long noncoding RNA required for human embryonic stem cell identity. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology 21, 423–425 (2014) 21(4), 423–425. doi:10.1038/nsmb.2799
1/27 - Tim Durham, Colby Samstag
2/3 - Stephanie Battle, Michael Dorrity
2/10 - Elyse Hope, Aaron Seo
Cross-Kingdom Chemical Communication Drives a Heritable, Mutually Beneficial Prion-Based Transformation of Metabolism. D.F. Jarosz et al, Cell (2014)
2/17 - Sonia Ting, Alex Mason
2/24 - Daniel Chee, Alex Eng
3/3 - Mike Doud, Ken Chen
3/10 - M. K. Raghuraman, Michael Duyzend
3/31 - Vijay Ramani, Han-Yin Yang
4/7 - Clara Amorosi, Max Dougherty
4/14 - Claudia Espinoza, Greg Findlay
4/21 - Molly Gasperini, Madeleine Geisheker
4/28 - Andrew Hill, Emily Killingbeck
5/5 - Jason Klein, John Lazar
5/12 - Serena Liu, Heather Machkovech
5/19 - Damon May, Lindsay Pino
5/26 - Hannah Pliner, Brian Searle
6/2 - Aaron Wolf, Katherine Xue, Amanda Watts