Electron microscope picture of the Lambda bacteriophage.
 On the left is an icosahedral head and extending to the
right is a ribbed tail that comes a point in the last 6
ribs. A man sits at a table holding a knife and fork and
staring puzzled and angrily at a plate that has a lambda
phage on it.

NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

An NIH Special Interest Group.


From: Susan Gottesman [gottesms@HELIX.NIH.GOV]
To: List LAMBDA_LUNCH-L [LAMBDA_LUNCH-L@list.nih.gov]
Subject: Lambda lunch update, December 1
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2014 12:36:58 -0500


NO LAMBDA LUNCH THIS WEEK OR NEXT: ATTEND A STADTMAN MINISYMPOSIUM
INSTEAD!
J. Mekelanos WALS talk, Dec. 10.  If you want to meet with him, contact Susan by
 Dec. 4th.  Five spots are still available for lunch with him (lunch provided) f
or students, postdocs, and postbacs.  Email: [1]Gottesms@helix.nih.gov.
Stadtman seminars: Those pertinent to microbiology are listed below; the whole s
chedule can be found at [2]https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/display/NIHStadt

12/4/14: Bldg. 35A, Rm 610: Stadtman Molecular Bio/Biochemistry
Minisymposium: see full list attached.


12/8/14: Noon, Bldg. 5, Rm. 127: Rom Voulhoux (CNRS, Aix Marseille
University), "Towards a better understanding of the bacterial type II
secretion pathway: multiple strategies to follow substrate recognition
and transport" (H. Bernstein)

12/10/14: WALS (3 PM, Masur Auditorium): John Mekalanos (Harvard) "The
extraordinary bacterial Type VI secretion machine" (Susan Gottesman)

12/11/14: Bldg 30, Room 117: Stadtman Molecular Biol/Microbiology
Minisymposium Part I:

9:55-10:50 AM: Seth Childers (Lucy Shapiro lab) "A signaling circuit
architecture that regulates bacterial cell fate"

11:05-12:00 noon: Douglas Bernstein (Gerry Fink lab) "A novel
modification of

messenger RNA and fungal morphogenesis"

12/11/14: 10 AM, Bldg. 12S/4055 (Systems Biology minisymposium): Arvind
Subramaniam (Losick lab): "Quantitative Principles Underlying the
Regulation of Protein Synthesis"

12/16/14: Bldg. 50, Rm. 6334: Stadtman Microbiology Minisymposium Part
II:

8:45-9:45 AM: Anthony Vecchiarelli (Kiyoshi Mizuuchi lab) "Organizing
the bacterial cell with protein gradients"

9:45-10:45 AM: Dor Salomon (Kim Orth lab, UT Southwestern) "MIX and
match:  The diverse repertoire of Type VI secretion system effectors"

11:00-12:00 noon: Amanda Lewis (own lab at Wash U) "Functional studies
of the vaginal microbiota in genitourinary health and disease"


1/8/15*: Julia Oh (J. Segre lab) "The host, its microbes, and disease:
the landscape of the skin microbiome"

1/15/15*: Tony Vecchiarelli (K. Mizuuchi lab) "Spatial regulators for
bacterial cell division self-organize into an oscillator on a flat
bilayer"

1/22/15*: Dan Larson (NCI) "Single-molecule imaging reveals switch
between spurious and functional ncRNA transcription to control
activation threshold"

1/28/15: WALS (3 PM, Masur Auditorium): Arturo Casadevall (Albert
Einstein College of Medicine) "Insights into microbial pathogenesis and
immunology from Cryptococcus neoformans"

2/12/15*: David Sherratt (U. Oxford) (Susan Gottesman; cosponsored by
CCR CECB)

2/27/15: Sean Brady (Rockefeller) Time/Place TBA (Matt Hall, LCB, NCI)

3/11/15: WALS (3 PM, Masur Auditorium) Jennifer Doudna (UC Berkeley)
"The biology of CRISPRs: From genome defense to Genomic engineering"

3/26/15*: Jean Francois Collet (De Duve Institute, Belgium) "The
surface-exposed lipoprotein RcsF detects envelope stress by monitoring
-barrel assembly" (N. Majdalani)

4/1/15: tentatively 11 AM: Ben Luisi (U. Cambridge, UK) (Gigi
Storz/Susan Gottesman)

5/13/15: WALS: Lalita Ramakrishnan (U. Washington) "The zebrafish guide
to tuberculosis"  (Gigi Storz)

9/10/15*: Cameron Mura (U. Virginia) (Gigi Storz)


*Regular lambda lunch at 11:00 AM in Bldg 37, Rm 6107/6041. To schedule
seminars, contact [[3]mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov ]Susan Gottesman or
Gisela Storz ([4]storzg@mail.nih.gov). To meet with an outside speaker,
contact the person whose name is in parentheses.  If you're at NIH you
can join the mailing list in either of the following ways.  (1) Send
the message "SUBSCRIBE LAMBDA_LUNCH-L 'your name'" from the computer
where you usually receive mail to
[[5]mailto:LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV][6]LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV. Replace
'your name' by your first and last names; or (2) go to
[7]http://list.nih.gov/, browse the lists to find Lambda_Lunch-L, and
follow the instructions.  If you're not at NIH, contact
[8]Gottesms@helix.nih.gov. Susan Gottesman. This schedule is also
available at [9]http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html.

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      Bldg 37, Rm 5132                        Lab:  301-496-3524

                         37 Convent Drive, NIH

                          Bethesda, MD 20892

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References

1. mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov
2. https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/display/NIHStadt
3. mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov
4. mailto:storzg@mail.nih.gov
5. mailto:LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV
6. mailto:LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV
7. http://list.nih.gov/
8. mailto:susang@helix.nih.gov
9. http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html
Content-Description: 2014 Stadtman.MBB.symposium.pdf

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