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: Sun, 11 Dec 2016 14:01:13 -0500
Reply-To: Susan Gottesman [gottesms@HELIX.NIH.GOV]
From: Susan Gottesman [gottesms@HELIX.NIH.GOV]
Subject: Stadtman/recruiting seminars this week; nominations for WALS for next year
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1) There are multiple Stadtman finalist and other recruiting seminars
going on this week.
See [1]https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/display/NIHStadt for a
listing of all the Stadtman talks.  Bacterial topics and others of
interest are listed here.

2) The next WALS nomination season (for 2017-2018 talks) is open.  Send
your suggestions for lambda lunch nominations to me by Dec. 21st; we
will have a vote and then submit top choices (due 1/4/17).  See lists
of past speakers
at  [2]https://oir.nih.gov/wals/past-lecture-seasons-speakers; you can
also nominate directly,
at [3]https://research.nhgri.nih.gov/Events/WALS.

12/12/16: 11 AM, Bldg. 37, 6^th floor conference room: Susan Cohen
(Susan Golden lab, UCSD) "The Cyanobacterial Circadian Clock: When and
Where" (S. Gottesman, G. Storz)

12/13/16: 2:30 PM, Bldg. 5, Rm. 127: Yoana Dimitrova (S. Harrison lab,
Harvard) "Structure of the MIND complex reveals a hub for kinetochore
regulation, assembly and function".

12/15/16*: Rebecca Lamason (M. Welch lab, UC Berkeley) "Bacterial
pathogens hijack host intercellular communication machinery to promote
spread" (S. Gottesman, G. Storz)

12/15/16: (NOTE TIME CHANGE) 12-1PM, Bldg. 5, Rm. 127: Long Li (T.
Rapoport lab, Harvard) "Protein translocation in action"

12/19/16: 2 PM, Bldg. 5, Rm. 127: Xiaolei Su (R. Vale lab, UCSF) "Phase
transition in T cell signaling"

1/5/17*: Yuri Wolf (NCBI) "The emerging theory of microbial genome

1/11/17: 11 AM, Bldg. 49, 1A51/1A59: Anupama Khare (S. Tavazoie lab,
Columbia) " Systems-level investigation of multi-species bacterial
interactions". (S. Gottesman, G. Storz)

1/18/17: 11 AM, Bldg. 49, 1A51/1A59: Chris Lok-To Sham (T. Bernhardt
lab, HMS) "MurJ is the flippase of lipid-linked precursors of
peptidoglycan biogenesis." (S. Gottesman, G. Storz)

2/2/17*: Joao Xavier (Memorial Sloan Kettering) (Susan Gottesman)

2/9/17*: Tu Anh Huynh (U. Washington) (S. Gottesman, G. Storz)

2/15/17: WALS: Kim Lewis (Northeastern Univ.) "New antibiotics from the
microbial dark matter"

2/15/17*: Kim Lewis (Northeastern Univ). Tentative.

2/22/17: WALS: Dan R. Littman (NYU) "The microbiotia as instructor and
arbiter of immune responses in health and disease"

3/23/17*: Jodi Camberg (U. Rhode Island) (Shannon Doyle)

4/18/17*: WALS: Suzanne Walker (Harvard): "The split personality of
human O-GlcNAc transferase".

4/26/17: Jorg Vogel (U. Wurzburg) (tentative)

4/26/17: WALS: Yasmine Belkaid "The primary shield: roles of our
microbes in health and diseases".

5/17/17: WALS: Roberto Kolter (Harvard Medical School): "Brave new
world: recent evolution of an insect-transmitted pathogen"

5/18/17*: Roberto Kolter (Harvard) (tentative)

6/21/17: WALS: Dinshaw Patel (Memorial Sloan-Kettering) "Structural
biology of gene, epigenetic and immune regulation"

6/28/17: WALS: Feng Zhang (Broad Institute) "Word processor for the
genome: technologies for improving our understanding and treatment of

9/7/17*: David Sherratt (hosted by CECB, CCR) (Susan Gottesman)

*Regular lambda lunch at 11:00 AM in Bldg 37, Rm 6107/6041. To schedule
seminars, contact [[4]mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov ]Susan Gottesman or
Gisela Storz ([5]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
'your name' by your first and last names; or (2) go to
[8]http://list.nih.gov/, browse the lists to find Lambda_Lunch-L, and
follow the instructions.  If you're not at NIH, contact
[9]Gottesms@helix.nih.gov. Susan Gottesman. This schedule is also
available at [10]http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html.

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                         37 Convent Drive, NIH

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1. https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/display/NIHStadt
2. https://oir.nih.gov/wals/past-lecture-seasons-speakers
3. https://research.nhgri.nih.gov/Events/WALS
4. mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov
5. mailto:storzg@mail.nih.gov
8. http://list.nih.gov/
9. mailto:susang@helix.nih.gov
  10. http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html

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