Thesis Talks

Fri
02

Thesis Talk

September
1:00 pm

GH Auditorium

Efren Reyes
Gartner Lab

Fri
20

Thesis Talk

May
3:30 pm

GH Auditorium

Michael Schoof
Walter Lab

“A unifying mechanism for activation and inhibition of the integrated stress response”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/97372608469?pwd=WUQxZmhkc2I1d3Z4TUpndjJtYTJNZz09

Fri
22

Thesis Talk

April
4:00 pm

Byer Hall Auditorium

Muryam Gourdet
Narlikar Lab

“Unveiling the mechanisms that regulate INO80”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/9128681671?pwd=cnE0YmpGWDVXTlZkL1pFenVFUFdxdz09

Fri
22

Thesis Talk

April
2:00 pm

Rock Hall Auditorium


Matt Laurie
Derisi Lab

“The Path(ogen) of Least Resistance: Characterization of Pathogen Susceptibility to Drugs and Antibodies and Discovery of Novel Inhibitors”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/92169831247?pwd=TUxnVEpEbU5yQ2Nja0xaa2VPUmZ4Zz09

Fri
01

Thesis Talk

April
3:00 pm

GH Auditorium

Ben Barsi-Rhyne
von Zastrow Lab

“Getting arrested: G protein-coupled receptor-biased control of the endocytic network by β-arrestin”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/94979055931?pwd=eEdyOUowRndSbktSK3V1aHVDcC9Zdz09

 

Fri
04

Thesis Talk

March
12:00 pm

Remote Only

Taylor Skokan
Vale Lab

“Mechanisms of re-Hydra-tion: Cellular coordination in tissue regeneration and function in Hydra vulgaris”

https://hhmi.zoom.us/j/96676453299?pwd=NGFWOEpSQzFPb2d4SkZGWWp4VmRRdz09&from=addon

 

Fri
14

Thesis Talk

January
2:00 pm

HD-160 (masking required indoors) & Remote via Zoom

Kyle Fowler
Johnson Lab

“When 2 become 1: non-additive mutations and a transcription factor's evolutionary quest for companionship”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/96061312648?pwd=NnVvQ1h2RklNS1N3clFjd1Q0TE1lUT09

Wed
15

Thesis Talk

December
2:00 pm

Joseph Replogle
Weissman Lab

“A tale of two cities: Mapping rich genotype-phenotype landscapes with genome-scale Perturb-seq”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/97634253460?pwd=U2pVZ1pUU09CdGY2OEZYa0RCQk11UT09

 

Thu
09

Thesis Talk

December
2:00 pm

Parnassus HSW-303 (subject to 50% room capacity limit, indoor masking) and Remote by Zoom

Allison Cohen
Sil Lab

“Find me, eat me if you dare: genome-scale CRISPR screening reveals that C3aR signaling is critical for rapid capture of fungi by macrophages”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/97707886544?pwd=cW80UlF5MmNZSzUxdCtoUGtocW4rQT09

Mon
29

Thesis Talk

November
4:00 pm

Parnassus S-214 (subject to 50% room capacity limit, indoor masking) and Remote by Zoom

Dinara Azimova
Sil Lab

“Effectors Assemble: How Histoplasma uses secreted cysteine-rich proteins to kill macrophages”

https://ucsf.zoom.us/j/99062400852?pwd=YWtQUVBFTXZ5VWVDT1ZFRUFvemVJQT09

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