About UConn Structural Biology
The UConn Partnership for Excellence in Structural Biology brings together faculty, staff, and students to form an interactive research and training environment. We have active research programs in the structural analysis of macromolecular assemblies and membrane proteins, computational and experimental methods development, computational modeling, and analysis. Our major facilities include NMR, X-ray crystallography, Proteomics & Metabolomics core facilities as well as the National Center for Analytical Ultracentrifugation. The partnership supports collaborative research projects, interdepartmental graduate training and an annual symposium (NESS).
PNB Seminar Series -Dr. Aryn Gittis4:00pm
Wednesday, February 1st, 2023
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Storrs Campus TLS 111Aryn Gittis, PhD
Department of Biological Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
"Circuit-Inspired Strategies to Improve Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease"
Host: Alexander Jackson
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- Feb 2 MCB Grad Recruitment12:00am
MCB Cell and Developmental Biology Journal Club12:30pm
Thursday, February 2nd, 2023
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Storrs Campus BPB 201This week in Cell and Developmental Biology Journal Club, Angie Alban will lead a discussion of "Kinesin-1 regulates antigen cross-presentation through the scission of tubulations from early endosomes in dendritic cells” by Belabed et al., 2020
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- Feb 3 MCB Grad Recruitment12:00am
MCB Research in Progress Seminar12:20pm
Friday, February 3rd, 2023
12:20 PM - 01:10 PM
Storrs Campus BPB 130MCB Grad Recruitment Seminar
Richard Whitehead: Teschke Lab
"Structural characterization of viral proteins using NMR and cryo-electron microscopy"
Alyssa Coulter: Campellone Lab
“Cytoskeletal nucleators in kidney function, autophagy, and disease”
Derrick Kamp: Nyholm Lab
"Micron-scale Structure of Bacterial Community and Host Organ within the Reproductive System of the Hawaiian Bobtail Squid"
Gabby Hartley: O’Neill, R Lab
"Applications for ’Telomere to Telomere’ Genomics Using Long-Read Sequencing"
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