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Cal Poly Pomona

Seminars for RISE Program

Fall 2010: 4pm-6pm in Bldg3-1623

October 15th:

Regulation and dynamics of clathrin adaptors in protein traffic
Dr.Greg Payne
UCLA

October 29th:

Air pollution elicits age-dependent toxicity on neurons and glia
Dr.David Davis
USC

November 12th:

Speeding up the field of vaccine research with VesiVax® Conjugatable Adjuvant Lipid Vesicles (CALV)
Dr.Sam Ho
Molecular Express


Summer 2010: 4pm-6pm in Bldg 3-1623

July 2nd:

Using molecular data to understand the evolution of marine organisms: The case of the tropical Atlantic sea slugs
Dr.Angel Valdez
Biological Sciences , CSU-Pomona

July 9th:

A voyage to cell: herpes simplex virus entry

Dr. Vaibhav Tiwari
Western University of Health Sciences

July 16th:

Bacillus pumilus spores hitchhiking to International Space Station - Survivability after exposure to space and simulated Martian conditions

Dr.Parag Vaishampayan
Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena


Spring 2010 Seminar Series

April 2nd, 2010 (4:00pm-6:00pm) in bldg4-2-314

“Exploring multivalent interactions to enhance non-viral gene transfer”
Dr.Tatiana Sergua
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
UCLA

April 23rd, 2010(4:00pm-6:00pm) in bldg4-2-314

"A few specific cases of physiological functioning in ectothermic vertebrates under laboratory and natural conditions". 
Dr. Carlos Crocker
Western University of Health Sciences

May 28th, 2010(4:00pm-6:00pm) in bldg4-2-314

"A bacterial signaling pathway critical for a rhizobia-plant symbiosis"
Dr.Esther Chen
Department of Biological Sciences
Fullerton


Winter 2010 Seminar Series

January 15th, 2010(4:00pm-6:00pm) in Bldg 4-2-314

“Microbes in a Baja saltern: Diverse life along a salinity gradient”
Dr. Jesse Dillon
Department of Biological Sciences
Cal State, Long Beach

February 26th,2010 (4:00pm-6:00pm) in Bldg 4-2-314

"Biotechnology for the 21st Century"
Dr. Raul Cano
Professor Emeritus
Director of the Environmental Biotechnology Institute
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

March 12th, 2010 (4:00pm-6:00pm) in Bldg 4-2-314

“Nanochemistry, Outlaw Biology and what science research can do for you and society”
Dr. Philip Lukeman
Chemistry Department
Cal Poly Pomona

 

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