During the academic year, we sponsor a seminar on most Mondays at 4:00 PM, in the Lecture Hall (E501). We pride ourselves on presenting, at almost every seminar, an eminent scholar from around the country or around the globe.
"Quantitative Chemical Imaging of Organelles"
"Fast signaling via the NMDA receptor"
"Gating and ball-and-chain inactivation in a calcium-gated potassium channel"
6TH ANNUAL MATTHEW N. LEVY LECTURE
"Beta-Adrenergic Receptor Signaling: Evolving Concepts and Therapeutics"
"Mechanism of iron transport in human ferroportin"
"Structural characterization of IP3 receptor calcium channels by cryo-EM"
"Insights into kidney stones through radical nephrectomy in fruit flies"
"Mechanisms of RGS protein regulation in health and disease
"CNS oxygen toxicity: where are we now?"
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