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Feedback on Seminars Used for CMB Seminar Requirement
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Students, please add your comments below. See the Conferences tab for info on conferences.
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BIOCHEM 917 - Regulation of Gene Expression (Advanced Seminar)None. Either email Bob Landick or Rick Gourse for info on meeting time and place. No registration required. Normally people just pop in and eat their lunch while one person presents. You can optionally register as a 1 credit course if desired. Landick Lab and Gourse Lab joint journal club. Good option for 2nd and 3rd year students who need to fulfill the journal club presentation requirement. Generally casual format where one student/post doc will present a power point presentation on a recent paper generally related to gene expression regulation. These presentations normally go ~30 minutes, with 10-15 minutes of discussion about the paper. While the topic seems broad, most of the papers covered are about structural aspects of RNA polymerase, so just be wary of that.
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Food Research Institute
https://fri.wisc.edu/events_seminars.php
Cool seminar on research in food safety, regulation, and production. Not overly relevant for a lot of our work, but interesting and can be a nice change of pace from the molecular biology.
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Medical Microbiology and Immunology
https://medmicro.wisc.edu/events.phpMMI seminar series from department members and visiting faculty
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Bacteriologyhttps://bact.wisc.edu/seminars.phpBacteriology seminar series from department members and visiting faculty
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Microbes in Health and Disease Training Grant
https://mhdtg.wisc.edu/seminars-and-events/
Seminars and journal clubs by trainees on the MHD training grant
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Cell Biology Study Group (CBSG)
https://cytoskeletonatmadison.weebly.com/cytoskeleton-meetings-at-madison.html
A weekly seminar focused around the cell adhesion and cytoskeleton focus groups, but open to all. As a bonus, once you get on the mailing list you get a very entertaining email from Bill each Friday announcing that week's speaker.
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Cell Division Group Meeting
https://cytoskeletonatmadison.weebly.com/cytoskeleton-meetings-at-madison.html
This is a monthly seminar, so it's a good option if you're strapped for time. There are two 30 minute talks, each with 15 minutes at the end for question and discussion. Topics include anything that involves cell division.
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Cancer Biology Seminar Series
https://mcardle.wisc.edu/news-events/cancer-biology-seminar-series
Weekly 1 hour seminar covering topics in cancer biology. It has a mix of basic and translational research. Held out in the HSLC on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30
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Cancer Biology Student/Postdoc Seminar
https://mcardle.wisc.edu/news-events/cancer-biology-studentpostdoc-seminar-series
Weekly two 30 minute seminars by students and postdocs affiliated with the cancer biology program. Held on Mondays from 3:30-4:30. Great opportunity to hear from fellow students about their resarch.
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Genetics Colloquiumhttps://genetics.wisc.edu/colloquium/Weekly 1 hour seminar by either students/postdocs in the Genetics department/building (during the summer) or by invited speakers during the school year. Summer seminars are split into two 30-minute talks by students. Held in the Genetics-Biotech Auditorium.
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Evolution Seminar Serieshttp://www.evolution.wisc.edu/node/30Weekly ~45 minute seminar by students/postdocs or invited speakers, held in Genetics-Biotech 1360 (which is not the auditorium). Some undergrads attend every week, as the seminar is also offered as an undergrad course, so the audience is very broad in terms of field and expertise level.
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Molecular Virology Seminar Series
http://www.virology.wisc.edu/acp/Classes/910.html
Weekly 45min seminar by students/postdoc or invited speakers. Held in BSB 1211
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Biochemistry ColloquiumWeekly on Wednesday 3:30-4:30 visiting faculty that are researching topics in biochemistry, very broad. In room 1211 BS
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Chromatin/Trasncription Seminarnone, email Peter Lewis to join the mailing listEvery third wednesday of the month 2-3pm in BSB (forget room number, its on the first floor next to the stair case). Two grad students/post docs present their research (two 30 min talks) open for anyone to come!
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Parasites and Vector Biology Seminar
https://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/pbs/cmp/Email Tim Yoshino tim.yoshino@wisc.edu to get on the mailing list. Meets once a month on Tuesdays 4-5pm in MSB 2511. Seminar by students/postdocs with PIs in attendance as well, so good option if you need to give a seminar and fit somewhat into the theme. Everyone is very friendly and it's a really fun seminar!
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Blood Research Program Seminar
email Emery Bresnick (ehbresni@wisc.edu) to join the list
Meets once a month on 2nd Thu, 4-5 pm in WIMR 7001A. The overarching theme is hematopoiesis and the seminar is presented by post-docs, senior students and PIs as well.
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RibogroupEmail David Brow to get on the list
Fridays at 3:30, chill and they always need extra presenters. General theme is ribosome and/or RNA research
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