2014-2015 Talks

 Genetics Training Program & Genetics Interest Group Seminars   2014 – 2015

Date Speaker Location
September 15, 2014 Graham Coop
University of California, Davis
Understanding the role of geography in human genetic variation
4:00PM
Eccles Auditorium
EIHG
November 3, 2014 Anne Brunet
Stanford University
“Epigenetic and metabolic regulation of aging”
4:00PM
Eccles Auditorium
EIHG
November 17, 2014 Erik Jorgensen
Biology Department
“Forward Genetics: Reports of my death were highly exaggerated”
4:15PM
Kjeldsberg Conference
RmEEJ
January 12, 2015 Roy Parker
University of Colorado, Boulder
mRNP Granules and the modulation of translation and mRNA degradation
4:00PM
Eccles Auditorium
EIHG
March 2, 2015 Leslie SieburthBiology Department“RNAs on the Move” 4:15PMKjeldsberg Conference RmEEJ
March 23, 2015 Ellen Pritham
Department of Human GeneticsThe impact of horizontal transfer in eukaryotes” 
4:15PM
Kjeldsberg Conference Rm
EEJ
March 30, 2015 David Stillman
Department of Pathology
“Prions can be a Component of Cellular Memory”
4:15PM
Kjeldsberg Conference Rm
EEJ
April 6, 2015 Mary Logan
Oregon Health Sciences University
Insulin-like signaling networks regulate glial responses to axon injury in Drosophila”
4:00PM
Eccles Auditorium
EIHG
April 20, 2015 Ed Buckler
Cornell University & USDA-ARS
“Tapping maize diversity for genetics and breeding”
4:00PM
Eccles Auditorium
EIHG
2015 Genetics Training Grant Retreat – May 11 & 12th @ The Lodges at Deer Valley
Plenary Speaker: Angelika Amon, HHMI & The David Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, MIT

“Causes and consequences of an incorrect karyotype”