The Department of Biochemistry hosts multiple weekly seminar series during the academic year. All who are interested are welcome and encouraged to attend.
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The Biochemistry Colloquium, sponsored by the Harry Steenbock Lecture Fund, features weekly talks from renowned biochemistry researchers and scholars. Colloquia can be attended live or virtually and are held on Mondays at 3:00 p.m.
The Integrated Program in Biochemistry Student Seminar series is an interdepartmental seminar. All IPiB students are required to give a presentation on their graduate research. Seminar presentations are on Fridays at 12:00 p.m.
RNA MaxiGroup brings together labs from across campus whose research focuses on RNA to exchange ideas and methods. Presentations are given without slides to encourage discussion. Meetings are Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. To be notified about upcoming presentations, email Professor Aaron Hoskins to join the mailing list.
This lectureship features current work from former associates of the department, including past graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. The lectureship was established by Professor Gladys J. Everson, who received her Ph.D. (1943) in the lab of Professor Harry Steenbock, and went on to serve as a departmental chair at the University of California, Davis.
This lecture, sponsored by the David E. Green Memorial Lecture Fund, features a talk from a leader in the field. Professor David E. Green was the co-director of the UW–Madison Enzyme Institute and is known for his work studying mitochondria.
This lecture features talks from renowned biochemistry researchers and scholars, and is sponsored by the Steenbock Endowment, in honor of Harry Steenbock. Professor Steenbock was a distinguished professor of biochemistry at UW–Madison whose interests and contributions spanned many areas of nutrition and biochemistry.
Harry Steenbock (1886-1967) was a distinguished professor of biochemistry at UW–Madison. His interests and contributions spanned many areas of nutrition and biochemistry (one of his outstanding achievements was the discovery that irradiating foods with ultraviolet light increased their vitamin D content. To honor Professor Steenbock, the Steenbock Endowment sponsors a symposium at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The Department of Biochemistry is pleased to host the Steenbock Symposium.