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February

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Venue:PG5-153

Dr. Wei Yang from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases/NIH will host a lecture.

March

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Venue:PG5-153

Dr. Catherine Freudenreich from Tufts University will host a lecture.

April

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Venue:PG5-153

Dr. Facundo Fernandez from Georgia Tech University will host a lecture.

June

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Venue:WC 130

Join us for a Genome Solver hands-on workshop with Dr. Anne G. Rosenwald, Georgetown University and Dr. Gaurav Arora, ‎Gallaudet University.

July

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Venue:AHC4-402

Dr. Karen Vieira from Med Writers will give a talk geared to faculty and students about the alternative career path of medical writing and editing.

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Venue:AHC4-101

The target audience for this event includes summer interns (e.g., REU, SRI, FSTAR), graduate and undergraduate students, and post-docs. Pizza will be served at 3:00 pm.

September

The Yin and Yang of osteopontin splicing isoforms in cancer

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Venue:AHC4-402

Professor Etel Gimba wil be giving a talk to describe how OPN splice variants differently contribute to different aspects of tumor progression.

October

Dr. Carlos A. Torres-Ramos from University of Puerto Rico will host a lecture

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Venue:SIPA-220

Dr. Carlos A. Torres-Ramos from University of Puerto Rico will host a lecture. His research interests are cell and molecular biology.

November

Dr. Peter Lu from Bowling Green State University will host a seminar

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Venue:GL-100A

Dr. Peter Lu from Bowling Green State University will host a seminar on single molecule biophysics.

December

Dr. Susan Wallace from the University of Vermont will host a seminar

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Venue:AHC3-205

Dr. Susan Wallace from the University of Vermont will host a lecture. Her research interests include oxidative DNA damage and repair, and interactions between DNA damages and DNA polymerases.