Bioscience Careers Seminar with Fang Yin Lo, Ph.D.

Dr. Lo has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from National Taiwan University, a master's in biochemistry and molecular biology from National Taiwan University Medical School, and a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular biology from University of Washington. During her Ph.D., she worked on transcriptional regulatory network of an archaea species at the Institute for

Distinguished Scientist Lecture with Ning Zheng, Ph.D.

"Targeted Protein Degradation in Biology and Drug Discovery" Start Zoom Webinar Here Research in the Zheng lab seeks to understand the intricate interactions and coordinated functions of proteins and signaling molecules found in eukaryotes ranging from fungi, plants to humans. Using a structural biology approach, Zheng and his team conduct studies that span several interwoven

SIM: New Investigator Lecture with Andrea Wills, Ph.D.

HSB D 209 (Turner Auditorium) 1959 NE Pacific St, Seattle, WA

"Decoding the molecular requirements for complex tissue regeneration" A major goal of regenerative medicine is to improve health outcomes for patients that experience traumatic injuries such as limb loss or spinal cord injury by promoting regenerative healing. My group focuses on defining the mechanisms that first couple injury to regeneration rather than scarring. To do

SIM: New Investigator Lecture with Alex Greninger, M.D., Ph.D., MS, MPhil

HSB A420 (Hogness Auditorium) 1959 NE Pacific Street, Seattle, WA

“That Virus” Alex Greninger is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, assistant director of the clinical virology laboratories at the University of Washington Medical Center, and a board-certified clinical pathologist. Dr.Greninger earned an MS in Biological Sciences/Immunology from Stanford, an MPhil in Epidemiology from Cambridge (UK), an MD/Ph.D. from UCSF,

SIM: New Investigator Lecture with Smita Yadav, Ph.D.

HSB K-069 (Robert J Gust Auditorium) 1959 NE Pacific Street, Seattle, WA

"Mapping the Neuronal Kinome: The Role of Aberrant Kinase Signaling in Neurodevelopmental Disorders" From the genesis of a neuron to its functional integration into synaptic networks, every aspect of neuronal development is regulated by protein kinases. Kinases are highly druggable enzymes that catalyze the addition of phosphate groups to their substrates with high spatial and