The next SFLC Lunch Symposium will be held on Tuesday, April 14 between 12 and 2 in HFD Biochemistry Laboratories Room 175 (Khorana Auditorium). Four second-years will be practicing their 20-minute prelim proposals. The schedule of the presentations is below.
Jimmy Johns sandwiches will be provided for a $2 donation. If you would like to join us for lunch, please send me an RSVP. Older students, the presenters would greatly appreciate your feedback and any advice you might have about the prelim. Newer students, this is a great chance to see what you might be doing this time next year. Also, it's totally fine if you can only attend one or two of the presentations.
Thanks everyone for continuing to support the SFLC Lunch Symposium and I hope to see you on Tuesday!
12:00-12:20--Mike Kelliher, 'Identification of kinesin-1 residues important for polarized neuronal transport.'
12:30-12:50--Kim Krautkramer, "Interactions between gut microbial metabolism and host epigenome"
1:00-1:20--Alex Justen, "Galactan biosynthesis: A model for polysaccharide length control and target for inhibition"
1:30-2:00--Keren Turton, " Novel isoforms of STAT3 and RhoGEF18 shape signaling in activated eosinophils