MIT Biophysics Seminar Series

Spring 2020

Seminars are held on Wednesday's
at 400 Technology Square in the Ragon Institute (1st Floor) **Unless otherwise noted**

Coffee/Tea- 4pm
Talk- 4:10pm-5:15pm
Refreshments- 5:15-5:45pm

 

January 29-

Professor Doug Barrick, PhD - Johns Hopkins University - Thomas C. Jenkins Department of Biophysics - "Using protein sequence information to learn about stability, cooperativity, function, and evolution"

Hosted by Amy E. Keating, Departments of Biology and Biological Engineering

 

February 12-

Professor Margaret E. Johnson, PhD - Johns Hopkins University - Biophysics - "Control of multi-protein self-assembly by membrane localization"

Hosted by Nikta Fakhri, Department of Physics

 

March 18 - Cancelled

Professor Andrew Wilson, PhD - University of Leeds - School of Chemistry and Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology - “Understanding and Manipulating Protein-Protein Interactions Using Chemical Biology Approaches”

Amy E. Keating, Departments of Biology and Biological Engineering

 

March 25 - Postponed - Date to be determined

Professor Rasi Subramaniam, PhD - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center - Public Health Sciences and Basic Sciences & University of Washington - Genome Sciences

Hosted by Gene-Wei Li, Department of Biology

 

April 1- Postponed - Date to be determined

Professor Mikhail Shapiro, PhD - California Institute of Technology - Chemical Engineering

Hosted by Ankur Jain, Department of Biology

 

April 15 - Postponed - Date to be determined

Professor Stefano DiTalia, PhD - Duke University School of Medicine-  Cell Biology

Hosted by Adam C. Martin, Department of Biology

 

May 6 - Postponed - Date to be determined

Professor Stanislav Y. Shvartsman, PhD - Princeton University - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics

Hosted by Jörn Dunkel, Department of Physical Applied Mathematics

 

May 13th - Postponed - Date to be determined

Professor Andreas Gahlmann, PhD - University of Virginia - Department of Chemistry, Department of Molecular Physiology & Biological Physics, and Center for Cell and Membrane Physiology

Hosted by Bryan D. Bryson, Department of Biological Engineering