Fall 2019 Seminars

BIOC 6999/Biochemistry Seminar Series 2019-2020: Fall 2019

Mondays @ 1pm in the Feltham room (SN4015) unless otherwise noted.
Titles and abstracts will be posted 1-2 weeks in advance of each seminar.

Sept 9 
Emmanuel Asante (Abstract)
Mouse Adipose Tissue Alters the Characteristic Morphology of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells In 3-Dimensional Culture
M.Sc. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. S. Christian)

Sept 16
Vegneshwaran Vasudevan Ramakrishnan (Abstract)
Production of Bioactive peptides from Atlantic Salmon processing discard
Ph.D. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Drs. D. Dave & F. Shahidi)

Sept 23
Sarika Kumari (Abstract)
Whole cell 2H Solid-state NMR of Antimicrobial Peptides Interacting with Cell Envelopes: Role of lipopolysaccharide
Ph.D. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. V. Booth)

Sept 30
Dr. Tom Belbin (Abstract)
Identifying Novel Prognostic and Diagnostic Biomarkers in Head and Neck Cancer
Associate Professor
Faculty of Medicine 

Oct 7
Jagatheesan Monoharan (Abstract)
Utilization of fish oil and lecithin in pigs consuming a Western diet
M.Sc. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. R. Bertolo)

Oct 21
Dr. Rod Russell (Abstract)
Ninja Stars, and Viruses that Glow in the Dark
Associate Professor
Faculty of Medicine 

Oct 28
Alexandria Tobin (Abstract)
The role of lipoprotein lipase in the growth and progression of breast cancer
M.Sc. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. R. Brown) 

Nov 4
Shreyasi Sarkar (Abstract)
Trace amine transport in human intestinal cells involves both passive and active processes
Ph.D. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. M. Berry)

Nov 18 
Dien Phan (Abstract)
The role of extracellular vesicles in B cell development and function
Ph.D. student
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. S. Christian)

Nov 25
A. Madhushika Silva (Abstract)
How the protein tropomyosin increases its flexibility to adapt to cold marine environment.
Ph.D. student 
Department of Biochemistry - (Dr. D. Heeley)

Dec 2
Dr. Francis Bambico (Abstract)
Cortical inhibitory systems and depression
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology 

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