Antarctic research
Microbiology at Miami

Graduate Student Seminars

MBI 690 Seminars
Spring 2014

218 Pearson Hall
Mondays@4:15 pm

January 27

Organizational Meeting for Students

February 3

No Seminar

February 10

No Seminar

February 24

Nicole Marotta
Significance of proline-rich repeats to structure and function of Mycoplasma pneumoniae adhesin protein P30

March 3

Wei Li
Resolving the microbial communities residing in Antarctic lakes: one cell at a time

March 5 (Wednesday)

Emily Ohneck
Characterization of the Acinetobacter two-component system BfmRS

March 10

Subash Dhungana
Investigation of putative methylamine permease genes from Methanosarcina acetivirons

March 17

Hui Shang
Developing an improved baculovirus vector expression system for protein and HPV vaccine production

March 24

No Seminar - Spring Break

March 31

Hayley Schebor
Characterizing ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea growth across a freshwater trophic gradient

April 7

Sarah Stahl
Oxidative stress response in mesophilic and psychrophilic Chlamydomonas spp.: a comparative study

April 14

Ashwani Kumar
Recovering pathways from metagenomes using genomic context analysis

April 21

Dinesh Hariraju
Isolation and characterization of quaternary amine utilizing Archaea from estuarine sediment

April 28

Sarah Steimer
What your classes didn't teach you: LSD (mRNA) is everywhere

May 5

Cecily Wood
Light-mediated regulation in Acinetobacter baumanii

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This Week in MBI

Microbiology Grad Student Seminar:

Jenna Dolhi dissertation defense
"Environmental impacts on RubisCO: from green algal laboratory isolates to Antarctic lake communities"
Tue., July 29 @ 10:30 AM; 218 PSN

Rachel Pritchard dissertation defense
"Catalase activity, potential virulence factors, and their response to oxygen in Mycoplasma iowae"
Fri., August 1 @ 10:00 AM; 116 PSN

Microbiology Seminar Series:

None scheduled this week

Molecular Biology Grad Student Seminar:

None scheduled this week