Past Events

Dram Seminars - Past

December 6, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 12/6/2018

Bill Thilly; Thilly lab, MIT. An unsupported and costly assumption: human organogenic and pathogenic stem cells are eukaryotic

Norah Owiti; Engelward lab, MIT. Incorporation and Repair of Uracil at Highly Transcribed Genes in S. cerevisiae

November 15, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 11/15/2018

Seungwoo Chang; Loparo lab, Harvard Medical School. Conformational basis in pathway choice of lesion-stalled replisomes

Xiao-Feng Zheng; Chowdhury lab, Harvard Medical School. A novel CDK5-PP4 signaling cascade drives 53BP1 to sites of DNA damage

October 25, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 10/25/2018

Jacob V. Layer; Weinstock lab, Harvard Medical School. The Role of POLD2 in Genome Stability

Yizhou Joseph He; Chowdhury lab, Harvard Medical School. DYNLL1 inhibits DNA end resection in BRCA1-deficient cells and regulates PARP inhibitor sensitivity

May 10, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 5/10/2018

Prabha Sarangi; D’Andrea Lab, Harvard Medical School. Regulation of the Multifunctional Rev7 Protein

Robert P Fuchs; Harvard Medical School and CNRS, Marseille. Unbiased approach to identify novel DNA damage binding proteins

April 12, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 4/12/2018

Faye-Marie Vassel; Walker Lab, MIT. Role of multi-functional REV7 in modulating chemotherapeutic response in drug resistant lung tumors

Bert van de Kooij; Yaffe Lab, MIT. New insights into Double-Strand Break repair using a novel reporter

March 8, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 3/8/2018

Vignesh MP Babu; Walker Lab, MIT. Novel pathways in processing stalled transcription complexes in Escherichia coli

Charley Gruber; Walker Lab, MIT. Incomplete base excision repair and bacterial cell death

January 18, 2018 | 6:45-9:00pm | 56-614

DRAM Seminar 1/18/2018

Steve Moore; Strauss Lab, Northeastern University. DNA Damage and Base Excision Repair; An Important Role During Zebrafish Embryogenesis?

Andy Gardner and Lea Chuzel; New England Biolabs. Functional genomic screening of novel DNA repair enzymes in thermophiles