CEHS & SRP Friday Forum: Systems biology analysis of cellular response to environmental contaminants
For more information about Professor Forest White please click here.
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
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
Wogan Lecture: How Chemistry Can Change Your Fate: From Microbiome Metabolism to Genome-Wide Damages
For more information about Dr. Shana J. Sturla, please click here.
Friday Forum: De novo mutations within microbiomes
For more information about Professor Tami Lieberman, please click here.
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
Superfund Friday Forum: Atmospheric Aging of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
For more information about Professor Jesse Kroll, please click here.
Friday Forum: Molecular design for controlling dynamics in supramolecular nanomaterials
For more information about Professor Julia Ortony, please click here.
Harris Lecture: Ionome to Genome: Tales of Gene Discovery
For more information about Dr. Mary Lou Guerinot, please click here.
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
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
2018 CEHS and Superfund Poster Session
CEHS & SRP will host its annual Poster Session on April 10, 2018.
Prizes will be given for the Best Posters in Engineering and Life Sciences in the Graduate Student and Postdoc categories.
Friday Forum: Chemical Biology of DNA Damage & Repair
For more information about Professor Deyu Li, please click here.
CEHS and Superfund Friday Forum: Examining Coupled Biogeochemical Controls on Metals, Radionuclides and Soil-Aqueous Particulate Carbon using Conventional and Synchrotron-Based Techniques
For more information about Professor Benjamin Kocar, please click here.
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
Friday Forum: Single-molecule exploration of protein dynamics in photosynthetic light harvesting and bacterial chemotaxis
For more information about Professor Gabriela Schlau-Cohen, please click here.
NEW FRONTIERS: MICROSCALE SINGLE-CELL MANIPULATION USING HIGH-FREQUENCY ACOUSTIC FORCES
New Frontiers: Light-controlled macromolecules & their delivery
MIT researchers hosting volcanic air pollution presentation
MIT’s Ben Crawford and Jesse Kroll will host a free presentation for the public on poor air quality due to volcanic air pollution — the single largest environmental risk factor for premature death globally, largely unknown due to a lack of widespread observations.
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