Works in Progress Seminars

Works in Progress meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month
at 3:00pm, Room E228 Beadle Center
Refreshments are provided


Monthly Work-in-Progress Seminar Schedule

 

DATE SPEAKER
September 19, 2019

Katie Bidne, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Jennifer Woods lab, will present  "Impacts of obesity on maternal, placental, and fetal lipid metabolism"

Gloricelly Roman Arocho, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Jiantao Guo lab, will present "Fluorescent Protein Engineering through Non-Canonical Amino Acid Mutagenesis for Biosensing and Super Resolution Imaging"

October 17, 2019

Morgan Cade, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Amanda Ramer-Tait lab, will present  "Modulating Food Allergy Through Microbiome Intervention in Infants"

Amanda Miller, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Liangcheng Du lab, will present "Investigation of Lysochelin, a Natural Product Containing both the Iron Chelating Catecholates and the Cellular Signaling Spermidine"

November 21, 2019

Maia Kelly, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Eric Dodds lab, will present: "Energy-Resolved Collision-Induced Dissociation of O-Linked Glycopeptides"

David Lillyman, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Rebecca Wachs lab, will present: "Chronic low back pain and the gut microbiome – does a relationship exist?"

December 19, 2019 Medhanjali DasGupta, Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Mark Wilson lab, will present: "The Role of Conformational Dynamics in Isocyanide Hydratase Catalysis"
2020  

January 16, 2020

Career Session - Science in Government

Timothy Martin, Ph.D. Lieutenant, United States Public Health Service. Regulatory Officer  

February 20, 2020

Armando Lerma Fuentes Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Jennifer Auchtung lab, will present: "Investigating microbial and host factors that modulate severity of Clostridioides difficile associated disease"

Anna Diepenbrok Graduate Research Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Dr. Eric Dodds lab will present:"Dissociation Pathways of Sialylated Human Milk Oligosaccharide Isomers by Tandem Mass Spectrometry”

March 19, 2020

2020 Redox Biology Symposium - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Willa Cather Complex, Red Cloud Room (530 N. 17th Street)