Events Archive

2012

Systems approaches to disease and the emergence of proactive P4 medicine

BSLC
115

Evolutionary analyses of new-generation sequencing data

KCBD
1103

The Origin of New Genes: Little Did We Know

BSLC
109

Chemical Biology of RNA Modifications

Gordon Center for Integrative Science
W301/303

RB-pathway in Translation: Implications to Breast Cancer Therapy

KCBD 1103

Predictability and idiosyncrasy in the convergent evolution of nematode self-fertility

Hinds Geophysical Sciences
176

A Translational Bioinformatics Approach to Prostate Cancer

KCBD
1103

The Role of TLR-Induced IL-1 and IL-6 in the Control of Adaptive Immunity

BSLC
115

Understanding the Relationship between Genes and Social Behavior: Lessons from the Honey Bee

CLSC
101

Cutting Gordian Knots at the Pool of Bethesda: Adventures in the Genomics of Inflammation

Medical Center (= Billings)
AMB N002

Hanging on during evolution: extreme modifications of the vertebrate architecture

Hinds Geophysical Sciences 176

Ethical Issues in Genetic Research: Biobanks as a Case Study

Hinds Geophysical Sciences
176

A Metagenomic View of Nutrition and Drug Metabolism

BSLC 115

Structures and Mechanism of Lin28, a Multifunctional MicroRNA Regulator

GCIS W301

MicroRNA regulation of autophagy

KCBD 1103

Autism Genetics

Medical Center (= Billings)
Dora Dee Lee Hall (L 168)

Building a Genomic-Based Prescribing System

Medical Center (= Billings)
p117

Neural control of breathing: new insights from optogenetics

Medical Center (= Billings)
N-701

Mechanistic Explanations of Phenotypic Evolution: Historical and Conceptual Reflections

Social Science Research Building
SS224

New ways of identifying genetic risk factors for cancer

KCBD 1103

The Missing Link in Atrial Fibrillation Genetics

Medical Center (= Billings), Room W632

Genomic variation in the regulation of phenotypes

CLSC 101

How do DNA-binding motor proteins navigate on crowded DNA?

GCIS W301

Tipping the Proteostatic Balance: Molecular Pathogenesis of SCA26

Medical Center (= Billings)
P315

Population Epigenomics: Understanding Mechanisms and Functions of Epigenetic Inheritance

CLSC 101

A Versatile Gene Trap to Visualize, Quantify and Interrogate the Vertebrate Proteome

CLSC 101

The Human Microbiome in Health and Disease

KCBD 1103

Anna Karenina and the Genetics of Complex Disease

Medical Center (= Billings)
P-117

The Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes: Pushing the Beta-Cell Over It’s Limits

Medical Center (= Billings)
P-315

Emerging roles of the JAK-STAT pathway in adipocytes

KCBD 1103

Clonal Selection Drives Genetic Divergence of Metastatic Medulloblastoma

GCIS W301/303

Unraveling the Complex Genetic Architecture of Asthma Susceptibility

Medical Center (= Billings)
p117

Pathway regulatory evolution in fungi

BSLC LL008

Self-organization of the human genome

CLSC 101

Scientific Diversity Symposium

BSLC 109

The Genetic Structure of Autistic Syndromes: Implications for Neural Mechansims

Medical Center (= Billings)
Dora Dee Lee Hall (L 168)

Social Regulation of Human Gene Expression

Rosenwalk 11

RB Transcriptionally Activates the Anti-Angiogenic Protein NOL7

BSLC 008

Asymmetric cell division and tumorigenesis in neural stem cell lineages

CLSC 101

Post-Genomic Realities in Pediatric Cancers: How to Translate Discoveries into Cures

KCBD 1103

Cost-analysis of MODY genetic testing

Medical Center (= Billings)
H300

Genetic Architecture of IBD Interactions with the Host Microbiome

KCBD 1103

Glaciers and Genes, Volcanoes and Viruses

BSLC 109

Regulation of self-renewal, proliferation and differentiation in an adult stem cell lineage

CLSC 101

2012 Ben May Symposium on Cancer and Metabolism

Ida Noyes Hall, 1212 E. 59th Street, Max Palevsky Cinema

Brain Awareness Day

KCB
The University of Chicago
900 E. 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637

2012 NCSB Annual Meeting

BSLC, Room 115
924 East 57th Street

Automating Biology Using Robot Scientists

KCBD
Room 1103
900 E. 57th Street

IGSB Seminar Series Ivan Iossifov, Ph.D.

The University of Chicago
KCBD 1103

“The Landscape of Short Tandem Repeat Variations in Human”

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery
First Floor Auditorium, Room 1103
900 E. 57th Street

“Globally monitoring translation one codon at a time through ribosome profiling”

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