October 18, 2006
"Engraftment of embryonic cardiomyocytes augments conduction and decreases arrhythmias in infarcted mouse hearts: genetic tools to probe complex function."
Professor and Chair, Cornell University
November 08, 2006
"To Be (or not to be) a Rhythmogenic Interneuron in the Locomotor Circuitry"
Professor, University of Wisconsin
November 15, 2006
3:00 - 4:00 pm T-625
2006 Lamport Lecture - "Dynein - the next frontier of cytoskeletal motor proteins"
Chair, Dept. of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, Investigator, HHMI, University of California, San Francisco
November 29, 2006
"Controlling Physiology with Light"
Joseph P. Y. Kao
University of Maryland
December 13, 2006
"Untangling Allosteric Regulation of Calcium-Activated (BK) Potassium Channel Gating."
Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania
January 31, 2007
"Structure of the aquaporin-0 mediated membrane junction"
University of Washington
February 07, 2007
"Tyrosination: an enigmatic covalent modification of tubulin linked to tumor growth and to neuronal organization"
Didier Job MD
Director, Cytoskeleton Laboratory, INSERM-CEA, Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences
February 14, 2007
"Role of CaM-kinases in Neuronal Development and Plasticity."
Professor, Oregon Health Sciences Univ. Vollum Institute
February 28, 2007
"Molecular mechanisms of hippocampal synaptic plasticity"
Assistant Professor, Picower Center. MIT
March 14, 2007
"Photoreceptors and Energy Consumption: No Exit"
Professor of Biochemistry, University of Washington
March 21, 2007
"Designing non-viral gene delivery systems for neuron-specific delivery"
Assistant Professor, Bioengineering, University of Washington
March 28, 2007
"Computer simulation as a tool for exploring cytoskeletal dynamics."
Director, Center for Cell Dynamics, Professor of Biology, Friday Harbor Laboratory, University of Washington
April 04, 2007
"Reading the Neural Code: Representations and Transformations in the Natural Sensory World"
Associate Professor, Harvard
April 11, 2007
"Understanding Cardiac Repolarization .....One K+ Channel at a TIme"
Alumni Endowed Professor, Washington University School of Medicine
Thursday April 12, 2007
12:00-1:00 p.m. Foege Auditorium S-060
2007 Hille Lecture - "The rise and fall of REST: creating the nervous system"
Senior Scientist, Vollum, Investigator HHMI, Vollum Institute
April 18, 2007
"Seeing Spots: Liquid domains in Lipid Membranes"
Associate Professor, Chemistry, University of Washington
April 25, 2007
"Synapse assembly and plasticity in hippocampal neurons"
Ann Marie Craig
University of British Columbia
May 02, 2007
"Imaging circuit development in the vertebrate retina"
Professor, Department of Biological Structure. University of Washington
Tuesday May 08, 2007
1:30 - 2:30 T-739
2007 Crill Lecture - "Functional imaging of neural ensembles in visual cortex: micro-architecture and micro-disorder"
R. Clay Reid MD, PhD
May 09, 2007
"Mitochondrial regulation of arterial calcium signals: mechanisms and functional consequences"
Associate Professor, University of Tennessee
May 16, 2007
"Characterizing Neuronal Cell Types Using Electrophysiological, Morphological, and Genetic Analysis"
Kurt F. Ahrens
Associate Director, Systems Neuroscience, Allen Institute of Brain Science
May 23, 2007
"Modulating membrane fusion at neuronal synapses"
University of Washington
May 30, 2007
"The mechanisms and developmental timing of spontaneous synchronized activity in the developing mouse cortex"
William J. Moody
Professor, Department of Biology. Univ of Washington
June 06, 2007
"Protein Phosphorylation: Biochemical Signal Transduction and Its Energy Cost"
Boeing Endowed Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics. UW
June 13, 2007
"Before and after fusion: Rabs, SNARES, and ubiquitination at the yeast vacuole membrane."
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, University of Washington
June 20, 2007
"Cellular and Molecular Choreography of Lymphocyte Activation"
Professor and Chair, U.C. Irvine
Thursday June 21, 2007
10:30 a.m. T-747
Faculty Lecture - "Synaptic dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease"
Jane Sullivan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, University of Washington