Pharmacology Pharmacology

Current Topics in Pharmacology 2001-2002 Schedule

Meets:  Wednesdays 12:30 PM
Room:  T-473 HSB

October  
3 Stan McKnight Dicer: ruler and defender of the genome (an update on RNAi)
10 Mike Weisenhaus Telomeres: Life on the Fringe
17 James Surapisitchat Survinin Apoptosis- A Inhibitor of Apoptosis Protein (IAP)
24 Derek Wong CANCELED/RESCHEDULED
31 Anke Witting Control of Trk Signaling by Membrane Trafficking
November  
7 Charles Chavkin Feeling shaky? Forget Cipro, start taking SAHA
14 Misol Ahn A Confidential Letter From a Secret Agency
21 Derek Wong O-glycosylation: Do you want one lump or two in your signaling brew?
28 Lisa Walter Where do thoughts really stem from? The potential of bone marrow cells to provide new neurons
December  
5 Nephi Stella The Immunological Synapse: Bring It On!
January  
9 Paul Amieux Snail: A sluggish name for a very dynamic family of proteins
16 Bill Catterall Why not Na+? The Structural Basis for K+ Channel Selectivity
23 Xi Chen Could Leptin Help Obese People?
30 Cindy Reiner Can too much Sno and Skiing be bad?; Ski/Sno regulation of TGF-beta signaling
February  
6 Kim Burton CANCELED
13 Kavita Shah RESCHEDULED
20 Paul Muchowski Alpha-synuclein and Parkinson's disease: A disease mechanism unfolds
27 Drew Myhre CANCELED
March  
6 Sandra Bajjalieh Anxious to know: The role of Corticotropin Releasing Factor in anxiety and the stress response
13 Randy Moon LDL Receptor-Related Protein and Bone Formation
April  
3 Joe Beavo Make love not war: it's all in the pheromones?
10 Katie MacLean Out on a LIM: Combinatorial regulation of Gene Transcription
17 Edith Wang Ageing: The price of tumor suppression?
24 Danielle Ippolito Stalking leukemia: Role of natural killer cells in hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
May  
1 Neil Nathanson Cycling through the nervous system with Cdk5: a plethora of effects at diverse developmental stages
8 Frank Yu CANCELED -- Rescheduled
15 Todd Scheuer What A Long Strange TRP It's Been: Novel TRP Ion Channels Participating In Cold Sensing And Calcium Homeostasis
22 Bruce Tempel Ribbon synapses: Eyes and ears use graded multi-vesicular release
29 Kavita Shah Till Death Do Us Part?? A Non-lethal Role for Death Receptors in Development
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