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THURSDAYS, HSB G-328, 10:30am (unless otherwise noted)
Refreshments follow the seminar

September 23, 2014 - 2014 Lamport Lecture

"High-resolution cryo-EM studies towards a mechanistic understanding of microtubule dynamic instability and its regulation"
Eva Nogales, Professor, UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley Natl. Lab, University California - Berkeley
Special time/location: 4:00, D-209, H.S.B.
Host: Stan Froehner

October 02, 2014

"Conformational Dynamics of CLC channels and transporters"
Merritt Maduke, Associate Professor, Stanford University
Host: Sharona Gordon

October 30, 2014

"Protein structure determination using spin labels: Possibilities and Promises"
Stefan Stoll, Assistant Professor, University of Washington, Dept. of Chemistry
Host: Zagotta
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November 06, 2014

"Myriad Effects of Acetazolamide at High Altitude: Is it really an ideal probe of physiological carbonic anhydrase function?"
Erik Swenson, University of Washington
Host: Sharona Gordon
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November 20, 2014

"The Application of Large-scale Optical and Electron Microscopy to Study the Neuronal Basis of Behavior"
Kevin Briggman, Investigator, National Institutes of Health
Host: Rachel Wong
Co-hosting Department: Biological Structure
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December 11, 2014

"The Optoclamp: Closed-loop optogenetic feedback to control neural activity in vivo and in vitro"
Steve M. Potter, PhD, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University School of Medicine
Host: Fetz
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January 15, 2015

Title TBA
Yale Goldman, University of Pennsylvania
Host: Chip Asbury

April 09, 2015

Title TBA
Jeffrey Holt, PhD, Associate Professor of Otology and Laryngology, Harvard University
Host: Ed Rubel
Co-hosting Department: Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center