Fridays from 3:15 - 4:20 in Foege Auditorium (S 060) unless otherwise noted
Our program will include reports on research progress and proposed work by graduate students. Talks are planned for 25 minutes each. If you are unable to speak at the appointed time, please arrange to change dates with someone else. Please email Brian Giebel (bgiebel [ a t ] u.washington.edu) with any changes.
Follow this link for a listing of past Research Reports topics.
Follow this link for Research Reports presentation guidelines.
NEW: All talks (except for rotation talks) should be no longer than 25 minutes, including time for questions.
Foege Auditorium is unavailable from Dec 8 - Jan 5 due to a/v upgrades.
Tuesday, 5/7, 12:30 - Taylor Wang, Ashley Hall
"rDNA copy number variation: Causes and Consequences"
"Developing a method to visualize rDNA variation in copy number and nucleolar morphology"
5/10 - Sarah Hilton, Emily Killingbeck, Courtnee Clough
"Probing aberrant splicing in a novel model of myelodysplastic syndromes"
"Developing statistical methods to compare deep mutational scanning experiments to natural selection"
"Proteomic and structural characterization of the protective oocyte envelope of threespine stickleback fish"
Tuesday, 5/14, 12:30 - Chris Large, Kyle Hess
"Proteome-wide mistranslation identified amino acid residues critical for protein stability"
"Evolution in the brewery: influence of structural variation on ale yeast evolution"
5/17 - no RR session due to UW undergraduate research symposium
Tuesday, 5/21, 12:30 - Jackson Tonnies
"Comparing regulatory regions in important crops maize and sorghum"
5/24 - no RR session due to Genome Sciences Symposium
Tuesday, 5/28, 12:30 - Sanjay Srivatsan, Anja Ollodart
"Experimental evolution within the turbidostat to find suppressors of edited rDNA origins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae"
"massively multiplexed single-cell chemical transcriptomics"
5/31 - Mitchell Vollger, Alberto Rivera, Anthony Valente
"Evolution and Variation of a Repetitive Abalone Egg Coat Gene"
"Elucidating the structure and variation of segmental duplications"
Tuesday, 6/4, 12:30 - Khrystyna North, Emma Hoppe
"An intron in pieces: Identifying recursive splicing in humans"
"High throughput approach to identifying mechanistic consequences of SF3B1 mutations"
6/7 - first year rotation talks: Robin Aguilar, Shawn Fayer, Sayeh Gorjifard, Hyeon-Jin Kim, Michelle Noyes
Tuesday, 6/11, 12:30 - first year rotation talks: Phoebe Parrish, Chengxiang Qiu, Sam Smukowski
11/1, 12:30, K-069 (Foege Auditorium given to Medical Genetics)