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 - and sometimes this is several months in advance. 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.
This is worth repeating. Please make sure no one else is already scheduled to present your article.
new scheduling guidelines for 2019-2020:
- Students in their first year or fifth year / beyond do not need to present.
- Second year students will present in Winter Quarter.
- Third year students will choose a seminar speaker, write to that person to identify a paper to discuss, and will meet with that speaker at lunchtime to discuss their work and that paper.
- Fourth year students will present in Autumn Quarter.
- Students from other academic programs (MCB, etc) are welcome to present but not required to do so.
Follow this link for a listing of past Journal Club references.
1/28 - Michelle Noyes, Evan Eichler
F. Wu, et al. A comparison of humans and baboons suggests germline mutation rates do not track cell divisions.
2/4 - Robin Aguilar, Phoebe Parrish
Dynamic evolution of euchromatic satellites on the X chromosome in Drosophila melanogaster and the simulans clade.
J.S. Sproul, D.E. Khost, D.G. Eickbush, S. Negm, X. Wei, I. Wong, A.M. Larracuente. bioRxiv 846238; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/846238
Sanson, et al. Optimization of AsCas12a for combinatorial genetic screens in human cells. biorxiv.
2/11 - Sam Smukowski
Marcus Davidsson, Gang Wang, Patrick Aldrin-kirk, Tiago Cardoso, Sara Nolbrant, Morgan Hartnor, Janitha Mudannayake, Malin Parmar, and Tomas Bjorklund. A systematic capsid evolution approach performed in vivo for the design of AAV vectors with tailored properties and tropism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, December 26, 2019, Vol 116, no 52, pgs 27053-27062.
2/18 - Kelley Harris, Hyeon-Jin Kim
2/25 - Shawn Fayer, Maitreya Dunham
3/3 - Allie Greaney, M.K. Raghuraman
Adaptive substitutions underlying cardiac glycoside insensitivity in insects exhibit epistasis in vivo: https://elifesciences.org/articles/48224
Genome editing retraces the evolution of toxin resistance in the monarch butterfly: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1610-8.pdf?draft=collection
3/10 - Sayeh Gorjifard, Josh Cuperus
3/31 - Brook Nunn, Brian Beliveau
4/7 - Frances Cheong
4/14 - Sam Regalado
4/21 - David Hawkins
The remaining Spring Quarter Journal Club sessions have been allocated to Research Reports.