Joe Clayton successfully completed his Ph.D. requirements, and defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Barcoding the actin track: Differential regulation of myosin motors by tropomyosin” on Friday, June 10, 2016. Congrats Joe!
- 3/27/2017: Chris Newhard, B.S. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) Structural Mechanisms of the Myosin Converter that Set Load-Dependent Muscle Shortening Velocity. 12:00 PM, Given C443
- 4/3/2017: Elizabeth Smith, Ph.D. (Dartmouth College) The Role of Calmodulin Interacting Proteins in Ciliary Motility and Assembly. 12:00 PM, HSRF 400
- 4/10/2017: Aaron Straight, Ph.D. (Stanford University) Epigenetic Control of Chromatin States. 12:00 PM, HSRF 400