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.


Date: Sat, 28 Nov 2015 13:10:43 -0500
From: Susan Gottesman [gottesms@HELIX.NIH.GOV]
Subject: Update; Stadtman candidates Tuesday, Wednesday V. de Crecy talk moved to 10:30; SEND WALS nominations
To: [LAMBDA_LUNCH-L@LIST.NIH.GOV]


WALS Nominations for 2016-2017 are open until Dec. 31.  Please send
your suggestions to me by Dec. 11th; I'll send out a ballot the
following week so we have some time to submit the nominations after
voting.  Information:

"Please help keep this series relevant with your careful selection of
speakers that reflects the diversity of NIH's scientific research and
the community's desire for constant learning and discovery. To bring
the best and brightest speakers to NIH, the selection committee seeks
nominees who (a) engage audiences with information and presentation
style, (b) lead cutting-edge research projects, and (c) appeal to
diverse groups of NIH researchers.
We prefer nominees who haven't delivered a WALS talk in the last five
years. A list of past WALS speakers (excluding current season) is
at [1]https://oir.nih.gov/wals/past-lecture-seasons-speakers. To see a
list of the current season's WALS speakers,
visit [2]https://oir.nih.gov/wals."

12/1/15: CCR (NCI) Stadtman candidate symposium, Natcher, Balcony A;
bacterial topics (40' talks):

2:30 PM: Anupama Khare (S. Tavazoie lab): Systems level investigation
of multi-species bacterial interactions

3:10 PM: Yan Zhang (E. Sontheimer lab): The biology, mechanism, and
application of meningococcal CRISPR-Cas9.

12/2/15: 10:30 AM, Bldg. 37, Rm. 5111: Valerie de Crecy (U. Florida)
"Synthesis and function of universal modifications of tRNAs: focus on
queuosine and threonylcarbamoyladenosine (t6A)"  (S. Gottesman, R.
Maraia)

12/3/15*: Kira Makarova (NCBI) "Hidden gems: functional prediction of
archaeal membrane systems using `guilt by association' and comparative
genomics approach"

12/10/15*: No lambda lunch currently scheduled; Stadtman candidate talk
(Matthew Barber, U. Utah); time TBA.

12/17/15*: Max Burroughs (NCBI) "Novel prokaryotic signaling systems
centered on nucleotides and their derivatives: roles in biological
conflicts and immunity"

1/7/16*: Michael Galperin (NCBI) "A history of the bacterial Na+/K+
gradient"

1/13/16: WALS: Dianne Newman (Cal Tech) "The importance of growing
slowly: roles for redox active "antibiotics" in microbial survival" (S.
Gottesman)

1/14/16*: Dianne Newman (Cal Tech) (to be confirmed)

1/20/16: WALS: Peter Greenberg (U. Washington) "The social life of
bacteria: collapse of a culture" (Susan Gottesman)

1/21/16*: Peter Greenberg (U. Washington)

2/18/16* Kristi Frank (moving to USUHS)

3/10/16*: Carolyn Teschke (U. Conn.; currently Jefferson Fellow, State
Dept). (Shannon Doyle)

3/17/16*: Daniel Dwyer (U. MD) (S. Gottesman)

3/31//16*: Chris Waters (Michigan State) (Kumaran Ramamurthi)

4/27/16: WALS: Man-Wah Tan (Genentech) "Harnessing nature's gift: human
monoclonal antibodies as therapeutics against viral and bacterial
infections"(Julie Segre)

4/28/16*: Man-Wah Tan (Genentech) (to be confirmed)



*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. https://oir.nih.gov/wals/past-lecture-seasons-speakers
2. https://oir.nih.gov/wals
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

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