Larry Wangh, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, Brandeis University
Dr. Wangh’s talk will focus on the development of multiplex PCR applications and the use of LATE-PCR.
Kenneth Kinzler, Ph.D., Professor of Oncology, Johns Hopkins University. Director, Ludwig Center at Johns Hopkins
Dr. Kinzler will detail his lab’s use of digital PCR to better understand the genetics of cancer.
Scott Banta, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
Dr. Banta will detail recent work from his lab involving novel protein purification approaches and new protein engineering strategies, highlighting their possible applications for biological research.
Keith Weninger, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biophysics, North Carolina State University
Dr. Weninger will describe recent work from his lab using FRET-based approaches to examine protein conformational changes in living cells.
Fang Tian, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Penn State University
Dr. Tian will discuss the recent efforts of his lab to elucidate the structure, function, and dynamics of membrane proteins using NMR spectroscopy.
Stephen Paddock, Ph.D., Howard Hughes Research Fellow at the University of Wisconsin
Dr. Paddock will address recent advances in confocal imaging applications as well as other developments in light microscopy.
Mark Rizzo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Maryland
Dr. Rizzo will discuss his lab’s use of a structure-based approach to design brighter and more stable fluorescent proteins as well as FRET-based sensor
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