Bauer Forum talks are informal scientific seminars designed to foster communication
and collaboration among people with an active interest in genomics and systems
biology. The talks are held on Wednesdays at 4:00pm in Northwest Lab, Room 425, 52 Oxford Street.
Suggestions for speakers should be sent to the organizer: Bodo Stern (email@example.com).
Wednesday, June 6, 4:00pm,
Joseph Pickrell (Harvard medical School, Department of Genetics)
"Inferring history and natural selection from genome-wide allele frequency data"
Wednesday, June 27, 4:00pm,
Michael Sismour (Harvard Medical School, Department of Genetics, Reich group)
"Learning via Synthetic Biology: multiplexed phenotype-genotype correlations"
Wednesday, July 25, 4:00pm,
Julien Ayroles (Harvard Junior Fellow)
"The complex genetic of complex traits"
Wednesday, Aug 1, 4:00pm,
Arren Bar-Even (Weizmann Institute, Ron Milo group)
"Design and analysis of carbon assimilation pathways"
Wednesday, Aug 15, 4:00pm,
Tzachi Pilpel (Weizmann Institute)
"Evolution of gene expression in yeast and in cancer"
Wednesday, Aug 29, 4:00pm,
Gasper Tkacik (Institute of Science and Technology Austria)
"Physical Basis of 'Positional Information' in Early Development"
Wednesday, Oct 10, 4:00pm,
Chao Tang (UCSF)
"Cell cycle switches"
Wednesday, Oct 17, 4:00pm,
Balaji Srivinasan (CTO, Counsyl)
"Scaling the Medical Genome at Counsyl"
Wednesday, Oct 24, 4:00pm,
Angela de Pace (HMS Department of Systems Biology)
"Visual Strategies for Communicating Science"
Wednesday, Oct 24, 4:00pm,
Benedikt Obermayer (Department of Physics, Harvard, Erel Levine lab)
"Exploring the miRNA regulatory network using evolutionary correlations"
Wednesday, Nov 28, 4:00pm,
David Odde (U Minnesota, Dep of Biomedical Engineering)
"Microtubule assembly dynamics at the nanoscale"
Wednesday, Jan 16, 4:00pm,
Pallav Kosuri (Columbia University,Fernandez lab)
"A single-molecule view of disulfide chemistry in proteins"
Wednesday, Feb 13, 4:00pm, Home and Away Harvard Princeton seminar series
Peter Andolfatto (Princeton)
"Quantifying adaptation and constraint in genome evolution"
Wednesday, Feb 20, 4:00pm,
Krastan Blagoev (NSF)
"Cancer stem cells vanish during tumor development"
Wednesday, Feb 27, 4:00pm,
Daniel Milo (Paris)
"Wide, non-Gaussian ranges and the problem of optimality in biology"
Wednesday, March 13, 4:00pm, Home and Away Harvard Princeton seminar series
Marcus Noyes (Princeton)
"Cross your fingers, hope to bind: zinc finger specificity and assembly"
Wednesday, March 20, 4:00pm
Asher Cutter (Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto)
"Molecular hyperdiversity, speciation, and Caenorhabditis worms"
Wednesday, April 10, 4:00pm,
Anthony Vecchiarelli (NIH)
"Surfing biological surfaces: ATP-driven protein pattering and cargo transport in a cell-free system"