PBio 519 - Postdoc lectures
Lectures open to all. Please come to make an audience for these postdoctoral speakers doing elegant science.
Graduate students can sign up for 1 credit for attending the lectures. No test or exam. Just come.
PBIO 519 - SLN: 17849
Thursdays, 1:10 - 2:00 PM, PBio small conference room G-417 HSB
Course coordinator: Bertil Hille
March 31 Eric Evans (Zagotta lab, work done in Millhauser lab, UC Santa Cruz)
Copper and zinc promote interdomain structure in the cellular prion protein, suggesting a mechanism for PrP-mediated neurotoxicity
April 7 Bertil out of town
April 14 Anthony (Tony) Azevedo (Tuthill lab; work done in Rachel Wilson lab, Harvard)
Frequency tuning in the Drosophila central auditory system emerges from the interaction between synaptic input and electrical resonance
April 21 Eric Senning (Gordon lab)
TRPV1 by fluorescence: Dynamics, function and structure of an ion channel in the plasma membrane
April 28 Nikolai Dembrow (Spain lab and additional work done in Dan Johnston lab, UT Austin)
The intrinsic properties of cortical pyramidal neurons govern their integration of synaptic input: a reminder of how dendrites matter.
May 5 Teresa (Tess) Aman (Zagotta lab)
Activation of cyclic nucleotide-regulated channels studied with transition metal ion FRET and the noncanonical amino acid, Anap
May 12 Catherine Dulac, Hille Lecture in Neuroscience at 4:00 PM today, T-625
May 19 - no class
May 26 Evanthia Nanou (Catterall lab)
Regulation of calcium channels by calcium sensors and its role in synaptic plasticity.
June 2 William N. Grimes (Rieke lab)
Retinal signaling at the rod-cone interface