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Department Seminars

The Department of Genetics and Biochemistry at Clemson University presents a seminar series each Fall and Spring semester. Seminars are held from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Fridays in Freeman Hall, room 078.

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Upcoming Seminars

Seminar Overview

This information is an overview of seminars planned for this semester. All seminars are held from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Fridays in Freeman Hall, room 078, unless otherwise noted.

September 1, 2023: “Mechanisms and Regulation of DNA Damage Tolerance During Replication” —Jennie Mason tenure talk, hosted by Michael Sehorn.

September 8, 2023: “The Neglected Biology of Trypanosoma cruzi: New Tools and Techniques for an Enigmatic Parasite” — Ronald Drew Etheridge, hosted by Jim Morris.

September 15, 2023: “No Cell Left Behind: Using New In Vitro System To Study Dynamic eQTLs in all Cell Types” — Yoav Gilad, hosted by by Robert Anholt.

September 29, 2023: “Examining DNA Repair Annealing Factors and Maximizing LEGs for Therapeutics” — Drew Kelso, hosted by Michael Sehorn.

October 2, 2023: TBA — Gene Robinson, hosted by Robert Anholt.

October 6, 2023: “Translating Academic Discovery to Real-World Outcomes, More Than Serendipity: A Journey Through the Lens of Legume Biology” — Doug Cook, hosted by Julia Frugoli.

October 20, 2023: TBA, hosted by Robert Anholt.

October 27, 2023: “Allosteric Regulation of the Meiotic Recombinase Dmc1” — Doug Bishop, University of Chicago, hosted by Jennie Mason.

November 3, 2023: “Phenotypic Screening of CRISPR Modified Stem Cells to Study Retina Development and Diseases” — Sunayan Ray, InvivoScribe, hosted by Kim Paul.

November 10, 2023: “Ionome to Genome: Tales of Gene Discovery” — Mary Lou Guerinot, Dartmouth, hosted by Julia Frugoli.

November 17, 2023: “Drug and Diagnostic Development in Oncology: Approaches to Harmonization” — Brittany Avin, hosted by Kerry Smith.

December 1, 2023: “Systemic Signals From Roots to Shoots and Back Again: The Complexity of Plant Communication” — Julia Frugoli, Alumni Distinguished Professor of Genetics, Clemson University, hosted by Meredith Morris.

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