Dr. Barry Ganetzky | seminar video
"Temperature-sensitive paralytic mutants and gene discovery for neuronal function, development, and maintenance in Drosophila"

Dr. Stan Gartler | seminar video

Dr. Kent Golic | seminar video
"Mitotic Chromosome Mechanics"

Dr. Ralph Greenspan | seminar video
"The Larry Sandler Tradition from the Viewpoint of His Scientific Grandchild"

Dr. Scott Hawley | seminar video
"Sandler’s Molecules. The molecular biology of meiosis"

Dr. Steven Henikoff | seminar video
"What specifies a centromere?"

Dr. Mitzi Kuroda | seminar video
"Bivalent Polycomb Complexes as Master Switches of Developmental Gene Regulation"

Dr. Danny Miller | seminar video
"Chromosome inversions alter double-strand break repair pathway choice"

Dr. Dilys Parry | seminar video
"Larry, Fruit Flies and Me"

Dr. Jack Sandler | seminar video

Dr. William Sullivan | seminar video
"Why walk when you can take the meiotic drive?"

Dr. Barbara Wakimoto | seminar video
"A Privileged Inheritance"

Dr. Virginia Zakian | seminar video
Larry Sandler and me and centromeres"


New: Symposium Slide Show

download the symposium photo slideshow

The Symposium will take place on Friday, May 24, 2019. Talks will be held in the Foege Building Auditorium. Admission is free. No registration required. Most talks will be streamed via Zoom

9:00 - 10:45: Session One
opening remarks (Leo Pallanck), Barry Ganetzky, Mitzi Kuroda, Jack Sandler, Stan Gartler

10:45 - 11:15: coffee break

11:15 - 12:45: Session Two
Barbara Wakimoto, Danny Miller, Ginger Zakian

12:45 - 2:00: lunch

2:00 - 3:30: Session Three
Kent Golic, Dilys Parry, Ralph Greenspan

3:30 - 4:00: coffee break

4:00 - 5:30: Session Four
Scott Hawley, Steve Henikoff, Bill Sullivan

5:30- 6:00: closing remarks (Celeste Berg) & audience remembrances

6:00 -7:30: Reception in Vista Café


poster: high resolution | low resolution


our location

Foege Building: 3720 15th Ave NE, Seattle 98195


The Symposium is sponsored by UW Genome Sciences.

For more information, please contact Brian Giebel -
bgiebel [ a t ] uw.edu