Transcription of the eukaryote genome: mechanisms and regulatory strategies
Patrick Cramer, Max Planck Institute of Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen
Free and open to the public
Ebling Symposium Center, MSB, 1550 Linden Drive
Reception to follow
Funding provided by the Hilldale Lecture Fund
If you wish to meet with Dr. Cramer, please contact Bob Landick
Dr. Cramer is a world-renowned leader in the study of transcriptional regulation including both state-of-the-art cryo-electron microscopy to understand the structural basis of eukaryotic transcription and its regulation and new genome-scale, high-throughout sequencing methods to measure gene expression and regulation. Dr. Cramer’s research has been and remains at the forefront of understanding how gene expression is programmed and regulated. His Hilldale Lecture will be for a general scientific audience and will provide an outstanding opportunity for all in the UW-Madison community who would like to learn where the science of gene regulation stands today.