The seminar should give staff scientists a platform to present and discuss their science. As SS/SC we are highly specialized and have greatly varying scientific interests, and we liked for the seminar to represent this; thus, the choice of topic and format will be speaker driven.
We are also well aware that there is no time and location that fits all. We booked 37/2041 for the first Thursday of each month from 12(noon) to 1PM, however, if you wish to present a seminar at another time / location just find a room that suits you better and let us know.
Innovative Sequencing Resources in the CCR Sequencing Facility
ONC201 Kills Breast Cancer Cells by Inhibiting Mitochondrial Respiration
Yoshimi Endo Greer
Women's Malignancies Branch
|Kicking Lymphoma When It’s Down - How we can exploit the apoptotic threshold therapeutically in Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma||Art Schaffer||Lymphoid Malignancies Branch|
|07/06||Leukocyte adhesion deficiency in a cat due to a deletion in the CD18 gene||Thomas Bauer||Experimental Transplantation and Immunology Branch|
|Predicting targets of T cell responses in cancer: Evaluating algorithms and lessons learned from the Immune Epitope Database||Bjorn Peters||La Jolla Institute|
for Allergy and Immunology
|12/07||CCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource: Our NGS Pipeline Tools (Introduction by Maggie Cam)||Justin Lack||CCR Collaborative Bioinformatics Resource (CCBR)|
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM, Building 37, Room 2041 (second floor conference room)
Mass Spectrometry Program,
|TBA||Maxwell Lee||Laboratory of Cancer Biology|
|TBA||Howard Young||Laboratory of Cancer Biology|