Core facilities of the College of Medicine include the Cell Imaging Facility, X-ray Crystallography Facility, Transgenic Mouse Facility, and Instrumentation and Model Facility. An extensive computational infrastructure in the department and University supports theoretical studies of protein energetics, kinetics, and structure. For more information, see the College of Medicine’s complete list of core facilities.
- 4/24/2017: Scott Stagg, Ph.D. (Florida State University) Using High-Throughput High-Resolution Cryo-EM to Address Challenging Questions in Structural Biology. 12:00 PM, HSRF 400
- 5/1/2017: Adam Hendricks, Ph.D. (McGill University) Microtubule Associated Proteins and Bundling Direct Intracellular Trafficking. 12:00 PM, HSRF 400
- 5/8/2017: Magdalena Bezanilla, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts Amherst) TBA. 12:00 PM, HSRF 400