Seminars are Fridays, 2:10–3 p.m., Animal Science/Molecular Biology building, room 103.
March 2: “The ParA/MinD Family of ATPases Make Waves to Position DNA, Cell Division, and Organelles in Bacteria,” Anthony Vecchiarelli, University of Michigan
March 9: “Imaging Voltage – From Bacteria to Neurons,” Joel Kralj, University of Colorado Boulder
March 23: “Mechano-Microbiology: Why Bacterial Shape Matters,” Zemer Gitai, Princeton University
March 30: “There and Back Again: HIV-1’s Tale of Microtubule Travel,” Edward Campbell, Loyola University of Chicago