2014 GCMS Symposium
The IUB Genetics, Cellular, and Molecular Sciences (GCMS) Training Grant will host a research symposium Thursday, June 5, 2014, from 8:30am-5:30pm in Simon Hall 001. All interested members of the IUB research community are invited to attend.
Joshua Shrout (University of Notre Dame): "Population-dependent roles of type IV pili exhibited during surface motility for the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa"
Jeff Kieft (University of Colorado and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute): "The mechanism of pathogenic RNA production during flaviviral infection"
Matthew Ackerman (Michael Lynch lab): "Investigating the drift-barrier hypothesis of mutation rate evolution"
Michael Washburn (Heather Hundley lab): "The role of the catalytically inactive deaminase ADR-1 in regulating RNA editing"
Alan Moore (Suchetana Mukhopadhyay lab): "Charge neutralization between CP and packaged cargo favors self-assembly of wild type-like alphavirus core-like particles in vitro"
Rachel Samson (Stephen Bell lab): "Control of replication initiation in the archaeon Sulfolobus islandicus"
Jared Wendte (Craig Pikaard lab): "Non-coding RNA processing and heterochromatin formation in Arabidopsis thaliana"
4-5:30pm, Jordan Hall Atrium. All current and former trainees should attend the poster session. All interested members of the IUB research community are also invited to attend.