Seminar

English Seminar

December, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
12/08/2015 Functional genomics of brain development and disease mechanisms
Dr. Elva Diaz(Department of Pharmacology, University of California, Davis)
12/07/2015 Spatially distinct activation of antagonistic salicylate and jasmonate pathways shapes a plant immune field
Shigeyuki Betsuyaku, Ph. D  (Tokyo University, JST PRESTO)
12/04/2015 Plant cell reprogramming at the right time and place
Keiko Sugimoto(RIKEN Cell Function Research Team)
12/03/2015 Sexual dimorphisms drive oocyte and spermatocyte development in zebrafish
Dr. Sean Burgess( Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of California, Davis)

November, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
11/26/2015 Understanding Tolerance Phenotypes in Escherichia coli: Developing the Resistome
James Winkler (University of Colorado-Boulder, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Boulder CO USA)
11/24/2015 Molecular mechanisms of microtubule nucleation and dynamics - studied in reconstituted systems
Thomas Surrey PhD (Francis Crick Institute, London, UK)
11/16/2015 Cross-talks between the control of flowering time and the response to salinity stress in plant
Prof. Dae-Jin Yun (Gyeonsang National University)

September, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
09/18/2015 Identification of downstream genes of KNOX2 transcription factor that regulates alternations of generations in land plants.
榊原 恵子 博士 (金沢大学 学際科学実験センター)

August, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
08/10/2015 Redundant and non-redundant roles of AGC3 kinases in plant development
Dr. Remko Offringa (Molecular and Developmental Genetics, Institute Biology Leiden, Leiden University)

June, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
06/15/2015 Decorating chromatin to protect genome integrity in S-phase
Prof. Paul Russell (Dept. of Cell and Molecular Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, USA)
06/08/2015 The endodermis: A tale of two cell types
Dr. Niko Geldner (Dept. Plant Molecular Biology, Univ. Lausanne, Switzerland)
06/05/2015 Translational control by eIF5-miimc protein
Prof. Katsura Asano, Division of Biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, U.S.A.
06/02/2015 Cytomechanics: Micro- and Nanotechnological Approaches to Understand Pollen Tube Growth
Dr.Ueli Grossniklaus(Institute of Plant Biology, University of Zürich)

May, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
05/29/2015 Damaged DNA replication: how Translesion synthesis (TLS) and Damage Avoidance (DA) pathways are interconnected in vivo?
Robert P. Fuchs, CRCM, CNRS Marseille (France)
05/19/2015 Nutritional interactions between Ixodes pacificus and its Rickettsia endosymbiont
Dr. Jianmin Zhong, Ph.D.

April, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
04/27/2015 Using laser capture micro-dissection and characterization of a Solanum lycopersicum pin1 mutant to understand developmental and cellular differentiation patterns in plants.
Ciera C. Martinez, University of California, Davis (Neelima Sinha Lab)
04/17/2015 Metabolic phenotype of Escherichia coli adapted for fast growth on glycerol
Dr. Martin Robert (Tohoku University)
04/09/2015 Mechanisms of epigenetic silencing and anti-silencing in Arabidopsis
Dr. Jian-Kang Zhu(Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Purdue University)

March, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
03/25/2015 Nature Plants, a new journal from Nature Publishing Group
Dr. Anna Armstrong(Senior Editor, Nature Plants)
03/23/2015 Next-generation sequencing and re-annotation of the parental strains Escherichia coli K-12 BW25113 and BW38028 used to construct the Keio and bar-coded single-gene deletion collections
Dr. Barry L. Wanner(Dept Microbiology and Immunobiology, Harvard Medical School)
03/23/2015 Genome-wide synthetic biology: from pathways to genomes
Dr. Marc Güell(HFSP Research Fellow, Dr. Church's laboratory, Harvard Medical School)

January, 2015

Date LECTURER・TITLE
01/26/2015 The tissue culture art project
Dr. Oron Catts(The director of SymbioticA, the Biological Arts, within the School of Anatomy and Human Biology, The University of Western Australia.)
01/08/2015 Adhesive and Cytoskeletal Control of Dendrite Development and Stability
Professor Anthony J. Koleske(Yale University)