Chemical Biology Approaches to Probe Protein Networks for Alleviation of Trafficking Defects in Parkinson's Disease

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The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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Abstract: Dynamic hydrogel platforms have recently emerged as a subject of intense interest with applications in bioprinting, injectable cell delivery vehicles, and viscoelastic tissue mimics or… read more about Chemistry Seminar: Dynamic Covalent Hydrogels for Cellular Applications »

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Prof. Dewey G. McCafferty, Ph.D., Advisor Abstract: Parkinson’s disease (PD), a common neurodegenerative disorder, can result from defective proteostasis mechanisms that induce neuronal toxicity. A… read more about Chemical Biology Approaches to Probe Protein Networks for Alleviation of Trafficking Defects in Parkinson's Disease »

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Prof. Emily Derbyshire, Ph.D., Advisor Abstract: Across the tree of life, specialized metabolites mediate ecological interactions and can ultimately drive evolution. Characterization of these small… read more about Investigation of Specialized Metabolites in Apicomplexan Parasite Life Cycles »

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Prof. Hashim Al-Hashimi, Ph.D., Advisor ABSTRACT The B-form DNA double helix, mainly comprised of canonical Watson-Crick (WC) base pairs (bps), plays fundamental roles in life through replication… read more about Dynamics, Function and Occurrence of Hoogsteen Base Pairs in DNA »

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Currently via Zoom

The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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French Family Science Center 2237
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Currently via Zoom

The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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Polymeric materials comprising mechano-chemically active components are able to undergo spontaneous structural rearrangements that generate internal stresses and motion. These stresses can be… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: Liquid Crystals - From Simple Self-Assembled Constructs, to Autonomous Materials »

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Currently via Zoom

The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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Virtual
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Currently via Zoom

The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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Virtual
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Virtual
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Currently via Zoom

The Soft Matter Reading Club (SMRC), lead by Prof. Michael Rubinstein, is taking place every other Monday at 1pm. We are now covering the book "The Structure and Rheology of Complex Fluids", by… read more about Soft Matter Book Club »

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Virtual
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Virtual
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