PHARMACOLOGY SEMINARS

The Department of Pharmacology hosts vibrant seminar speakers every academic year to inspire new scientific thoughts and exploration.

BROWSE SEMINARS

Spring 2022

First Year Pharmacology Graduate Students

3/29/22

1:30pm

via Zoom

Rotation Talks

David Shechner

Dr. Geeta J. Narlikar

Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Lewis and Ruth Cozen Chair I
University of California, San Francisco

3/31/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Genome regulation by ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling and phase-separation

David Shechner

Dr. Joseph (Joey) Davis

Whitehead Assistant Professor

Department of Biology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

4/14/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Visualizing dynamic structures with deep learning and single particle cryo-electron microscopy

Dr. Steven Henikoff

Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

4/21/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Genome-wide mapping of chromatin dynamics

Dr. Gaurav Bhardwaj

Assistant Professor, Medicinal Chemistry, University of Washington

4/28/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Computational peptide design for diverse structures and functions

Dr. Melody Campbell

Assistant Professor
Basic Sciences Division, Fred Hutch

Affiliate Investigator, Herbold Computational Biology Program
Public Health Sciences Division, Fred Hutch

5/5/22

10:30am

via Zoom

rescheduled

Dr. Sherilynn Black

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Medical Education
Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement
Duke University

5/12/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Using interventions to cultivate equity in STEM

Dr. Ajay Kumar Dhaka

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Structure
University of Washington

5/26/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Peripheral and Central Mechanisms of Itch and Pain

Dr. Maria Barna

Associate Professor
Department of Genetics
Stanford University

6/2/22

10:30am

via Zoom

Ribosomes in Gene Regulation: Controlling the diversity of proteins made in specific cells, tissues, and organisms