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PBIO SEMIANR SERIES 2005-2006

September 28, 2005
"The IP3 receptor calcium release channel and the endoplasmic reticulum gateway to apoptosis"
Kevin Foskett

Professor, University of Pennsylvania

October 05, 2005
"Dynamics of Cortical Inhibitory Circuits"
Massimo Scanziani

U.C. San Diego

October 12, 2005
"The logic of adaptation in a single cell"
Philippe Cluzel

University of Chicago

October 19, 2005
"Local Calcium Signaling in Muscle"
Fernando Santana

Assistant Professor, University of Washington

October 26, 2005
"Cytoskeletal regulation by the adenomatous polyposis coli protein in interphase and mitosis"
Inke Näthke

University of Dundee

November 02, 2005
"Organelles and Trafficking Machinery for Neuronal Plasticity"
Mike Ehlers

Assistant Professor, Duke University

November 09, 2005
3:30-4:30 CHDD 150
2005 Crill Lecture - "Sensory coding by single neurons at the input layer of cerebellar cortex"
Michael Häusser

University College London

November 16, 2005
"Molecular studies of kinetochore structure and roles in microtubule attachments and checkpoint control."
Tim Yen

Fox Chase Cancer Center

Thursday  December 01, 2005
3:30-4:30 CHDD 150
2005 Lamport Lecture - "Calmodulin regulation of voltage-gated calcium channels—Smart Ca2+ detection and biological impact"
David Yue

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

December 07, 2005
K-069
"Phosphoinositide lipid signals regulate ion channels and many cellular functions"
Bertil Hille

Professor, University of Washington

December 14, 2005
T-639
"Measuring the dipole potential of a lipid bilayer by electron microscopy"
Fred Sigworth

Professor of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Yale University

January 11, 2006
"Rapid dopamine fluctuations in the control of motivation?"
Paul E. M. Phillips

Assistant Professor, UW Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

January 18, 2006
"Refining Functional Neuroanatomy Through a Genome-Wide Analysis of Gene Expression"
Ed Lein

Director, Neuroscience, Allen Institute for Brain Science

January 25, 2006
"The neuronal representation underlying visual object recognition in primates"
James DiCarlo

Asst. Professor, MIT

February 08, 2006
T-639
"In vivo microendoscopy and computational modeling studies of mammalian brain circuits"
Mark Schnitzer

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences and Applied Physics, Stanford University

March 01, 2006
"Mechanoelectrical and Electromechanical Transduction of Cochlear Outer Hair Cells"
David He

Associate Professor, Creighton University

March 15, 2006
"Activation of the bacterial adhesive protein FimH by mechanical force."
Wendy Thomas

Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, University of Washington

March 29, 2006
T-739
"Circuitry of object motion sensitivity in the retina"
Steve Baccus

Stanford University

April 12, 2006
"Molecular Motors at work: From Cellular Function to Bionanotechnology"
Dr. Stefan Diez

Group Leader Bionanotechnology and Optical Technology Development, Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics

April 19, 2006
"Early determinants of whether and where synapses will form between cortical neurons"
Kimberley McAllister

Assistant Professor, UC Davis

April 26, 2006
3:30 - 4:30 Hogness Auditorium, A-420 HSB
2006 Hille Lecture - "Ion channels; Bacteria to Brain"
David Clapham

Aldo R. Castaneda Professor of Cardiovascular Research, HHMI, Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School

May 03, 2006
"The essential role of dendritic excitability for synaptic integration and plasticity in the hippocampus"
Nelson Spruston

Associate Professor, Dept of Neurobiology and Physiology. Northwestern University

May 17, 2006
2:00 pm T-625 HSB
2006 Crill Lecture - "Endocytic mechanisms at the neuronal synapse"
Pietro De Camilli

Eugene Higgins Professor of Cell Biology, Yale University

May 31, 2006
"Molecular mechanisms of cyclic nucleotide specificity and activation of hyperpolarization-activated ion channels"
Galen E. Flynn

Candidate for Research Assistant Professor, University of Washington

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