Rgulation of metabolism in health and disease

Contemporary Biochemistry

Seminars at 3:30 p.m. in Ebling Symposium Center, MSB, 1550 Linden Drive, UW-Madison

Previous Years' Lecture Topics

Date

Speaker

Title

Host

Sep. 13

Anath Shalev
UW-Madison

Beta Cell Survival and TXNIP Signaling

Attie

Sep. 20

Michael Brownlee
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Hyperglycemic Memory in Arterial Endothelial Cells: Induction and Maintenance of Persistent Hyperglycemia-Induced Epigenetic Changes by Reactive Oxygen Species

Pagliarini

Sep. 27

Aki Ikeda
UW-Madison

Synaptic Abnormality Associated with Aging and Neurodegeneration in the Retina

Ntambi

Oct. 4

Navdeep S. Chandel
Northwestern-Chicago

Mitochondrial Complex III Regulates Signaling: Implications for Oxygen Sensing and Cancer

Pagliarini


Oct. 11

David Bernlohr
University of Minnesota

Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Type 2 Diabetes

Ntambi

Oct. 18

Marc Montminy
Salk Institute

Control of Energy Balance by the CRTC Family of CREB Co-activators

Eisenstein

Oct. 25

Jonathan Weissman
UC-San Francisco

Biology Without Bias: New Tools for Probing Biological Systems

Morgan

Nov. 1

Debbie Muoio
Duke University

Carnitine and Metabolic Fluxability:  New Tricks for an Old Dog
NOTE: Location change!
Room 1111 Biotechnology

Attie

Nov. 8

Andrew Dillin
Salk Institute

Using Aging Research to Probe New Areas of Biology

Pagliarini

Nov. 15

Dorothy Sears
UC-San Diego

Profiling Adipose Tissue Phenotypes in Obesity Models

Attie

Nov. 22

Feroz Papa
UC-San Francisco

New Approaches to Measure and Reduce ER Stress

Attie

Nov. 29

Marc Van Gilst
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Health, Reproduction and Disease as a Matter of Cellular and Molecular Economics

Kimble

Dec. 6

Pere Puigserver
Harvard

Nutrient Signaling to the SIRT1/PGC-1 Chromatin Complex: Implications for Metabolic Diseases

Denu

Dec. 13

Juleen Zierath
Karolinska Institutet

CANCELLED

Attie


The 2010 series is supported by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, ACS-Chemical Biology, the Department of Biomolecular Chemistry, the Biotechnology Training Grant, the Molecular Biosciences Training Grant, Promega, the Department of Pharmacology, UW Graduate School, Biotechnology Training Program, and the Department of Biochemistry.

 

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