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Bioinformatics Colloquium: Fall 2006 Schedule

The Colloquium meets on Tuesdays at 4:30 pm in the Verizon Auditorium in the Occoquan Building, on the Prince William Campus. Refreshments are served at 4:00 pm. Click here for directions.

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Aug 29

Orientation to the Program and GMU protocols
Bioinformatics Faculty and Staff

Sep 05

Human and mouse host transcriptional responses during inhalational anthrax: Clues to understanding the disease
Chris Bradburne, George Mason University

Sep 12

Stochastic Modeling of Local and Global Intracellular Calcium Dynamics
Gregory Smith, College of William and Mary

Sep 19

A Stable Secondary Structure Near the Nicking Site for Adeno-Associated Virus Type 2 Rep Proteins on Human Chromosome 19
Roland Owens, NIDDK/NIH

Sep 26

Microarray Studies in Lung Cancer: Beyond Classification
Robert Stearman, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Oct 03

A mitochondrial data set for the domestic dog
Marc Allard, George Washington University

Oct 10

No Meeting

Oct 17

Genomic approaches to defining mechanisms of transcriptional regulation in mammalian cells
Kevin Gardner, NCI/NIH

Oct 24

Determining Differentially Expressed Genes: Is Using Statistics From Each Probe of an Affymetrix Array a Good Approach?
Alan Berger, Naval Surface Warfare Center - Dahlgren
This colloquium will be held in Bull Run Hall room 132

Oct 31

Comparative genomic analysis of filamentous fungi
Natalie Fedorova, TIGR

Nov 07

The gating mechanism of the bacterial mechanosensitive channel MscS
Sergei Sukharev, UMD

Nov 14

The Golgi complex in life and death
Carolyn Machamer, Johns Hopkins University

Nov 21

Genomic and bioinformatics analyses of human adenoviruses implicated in acute respiratory disease: Insights from the genomes
Don Seto, George Mason University

Nov 28

Polymeric aspects of structure-function relationships
Olga Tcherkasskava, Georgetown University

Dec 05

Projects presentations
Graduate Students

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