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 2019 - reserved for postdoctoral research talks
May 22 - Dr. Glennis Logsdon
May 29 - Dr. Stephanie Zimmerman, Dr. Pengyao Jiang
Dr. Pengyao Jiang
"Mutation spectrum variation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and beyond"
Dr. Stephanie Zimmerman
"Measuring the effect of missense variants on protein stability proteome-wide"
June 5 - Dr. Jose McFaline, Dr. PingHsun Hsieh
Dr. PingHsun Hsieh
"Adaptive archaic introgression of copy number variants and the discovery of new human genes"
Dr. Jose McFaline
"Towards a functional map of the effects of perturbed kinase signaling in cancer"
July 10 - Dr. Lukas Kall
July 17 - Dr. William Noble
University of Washington
August 7 - reserved for Anne Clark defense