Works in Progress Seminars

Works in Progress meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at 3:30 pm, in E228 Beadle Center.  Refreshments are provided.

September 15, 2016

Dr. Bhanwar Lal Puniya , a post-doctoral researcher in Dr. Tomas Helikar's lab in the Department of Biochemistry, who will present "Systems perturbation analysis of signal transduction to prioritize cancer therapeutic targets".

Eric Farris, a graduate student in Dr. Angie Pannier's lab in Biological Systems Engineering, who will present "Zein as a Natural Material for the Controlled Delivery of Non-Viral Gene Delivery Vectors: Zein Films and Nanoparticle Coatings".

October 20, 2016

Fatema Bhinderwala, a graduate student in Dr. Bob Powers' lab in Chemistry, who will present "Decoding the metabolic crosstalk between cancer and stromal cells in pancreatic cancer".

Brenna Zimmer, a graduate student in Dr. Melanie Simpson's lab in the Department of Biochemistry,  who will present "Manipulating UDP-glucose Dehydrogenase to Alter Androgen Sensitivity in Prostate Cancer Disease Progression".

November 17, 2016

Roman Levitskyy, a post-doctoral researcher in Dr. Oleh Khalimonchuk's lab in the Department of Biochemistry, who will present "Involvement of mitochondrial metallopeptidase OMA1 in cristae remodeling"

Colton Miller, a graduate student in Dr. Ed Harris' lab in Department of Biochemistry, who will present "The role of Stabilin for Antisense Oligonucleotide internalization"

December 15, 2016

Albert Nguyen , a graduate student in Dr. Angie Pannier's lab in Biological Systems Engineering, who will present "High-throughput screen of clinical compounds that prime polyethylenimine transfection".

Kevin Sargent , a graduate student in Dr. Andrea Cupp's lab in Animal Science, who will present "Loss of neuropilin-1 impairs VEGFA angiogenic signaling and may regulate spermatogonial stem cell fate".

January 19, 2017

Annabel Olson, a graduate student in Dr. Matthew Wiebe's  lab in the School of Biological Sciences, who will present "Insights into poxvirus-host interactions: A study of vaccinia virus adaptation to loss of antiviral countermeasure B1 kinase".

Forouzan Aboufazeli, a graduate student in Dr. Eric Dodds' lab in Chemistry, who will present "Glycobiology-Driven Instrument Modification in Mass Spectrometry: Surface-Induced Dissociation of Oligosaccharides and Glycopeptides".

February 16, 2017

Hatem Kittana, a graduate student in Dr. Amanda Ramer-Tait's lab in Food Science and Technology, who will present "Impact of Escherichia coli colonization on susceptibility to gastrointestinal inflammation".

Mohamed Ayoub, a graduate student in Dr. Andrea Cupp's lab in Animal Science, who will present "Ovarian cortex from high A4 cows secretes excess A4, has increased primordial follicles, and a greater response to VEGFA isoforms in culture"

March 16, 2017

Sagar Patel, a graduate student in Dr. Don Becker's lab in the Redox Biology Center, who will present "Structural and Kinetic Characterization of the Proline Biosynthetic Enzyme Human Pyrroline-5-Carboxylate Reductase 1 (HsPYCR1)"

Akram Mohammed, a post-doctoral researcher in Dr. Tomas Helikar's lab in the Department of Biochemistry, who will present "Development of machine learning models of microarray data reveals potential tissue-specific cancer biomarkers".

April 19, 2017

Annual MMoD Symposium