The next SFLC Student Lunch Symposium of the semester will be Tuesday, April 26th at 12 pm in Biochemistry Addition Room 175. Allyson Dill and Erin Weisenhorn will be giving practice preliminary exam presentations. The title of Allyson's talk is "Understanding the functions of U6 nucleotides A62 and C85 in the yeast pre-mRNA splicing cycle.” The title of Erin's presentation is "Mass Spectrometry for Comprehensive Proteomic and Metabolomic Analyses.” Please be ready to ask questions and provide feedback!
For this seminar, we will be having Glass Nickel Pizza for a $2 donation. Please RSVP to me by noon on Friday, April 21st if you would like to attend.