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, 8 Dec 2013 12:15:08 -0500
From: Susan Gottesman 
Subject: Lambda lunch update

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Note: Stadtman talks, including those for the Microbiology committee
(Tuesday, Dec. 10^th), are listed below.  If you know of other relevant
Stadtman presentations, please send them to me.  For full list, see

Lambda lunch update: 12/8/13

12/10/13: Stadtman Microbiology Talks, Bldg. 50, Rm. 6334.

9:00-10:00 AM: Romina Goldszmid (CCR): "Inflammatory cell dynamics in
cancer and infection: interrogating the role of the microbiome"

10:00-11:00 AM: Jung-Min Kee (Princeton):
"Chasing Phosphohistidine, "Dark Matter" in the Phosphoproteome"

1:00-2:00: Anthony Vecchiarelli (NIDDK): "Surfing Biological Surfaces:
ATP - driven cargo transport and positioning in bacteria"

3:00-4:00 PM: Amy Barczak, Harvard Medical School, "Bridging the TB
drug gap: identifying new targets at the host-M.tuberculosis

12/12/13*: Tamara O'Connor (Johns Hopkins) "The evolution of bacterial
pathogens in environmental reservoirs." (Matthais Machner)

12/13/13: Stadtman, Bldg. 50 Rm. 1227/1233 10:00 AM: Jen Hsin (Stanford
University) "Taking Apart the Bacterial Division Machinery, and Finding
Ways to Break It" (Biophysics/Physics)

12/19/13*: Michael Lichten "Regulation of recombination intermediate
metabolism during budding yeast meiosis in by the BLM helicase Sgs1 and
associated topoisomerase 3".  (Originally to be on fifth floor; now to
take place in usual room)

1/16/14*: Alex Kelly (LBMB, NCI)

2/6/14*: Alex Evilevitch (Carnegie Mellon) Solid-to-Fluid DNA
Transition in Viruses Facilitates Infection (Darren Sledjeski)

2/20/14*: Aziz Taghbalout (U. Conn; Research Prof with Larry Rothfield)
"The Escherichia coli RNA processing and degradation machinery is
compartmentalized within an organized cellular network" (S. Gottesman)

3/20/14*: Double Header: Kathrin Frohlich and Kai Papenfort (from J.
Vogel lab, now at Princeton) (G. Storz)

3/27/14*: Joseph Loparo (Harvard Medical School): "Visualizing the
dynamics of

chromosome replication and segregation through single-molecule

(Dhruba Chattoraj)

4/3/14*: Eric Skaar (Vanderbilt Univ.) (Kumaran Ramamurthi)

4/29 or 4/30/14: Carol Gross (UCSF) (Susan Gottesman/Gigi Storz)

6/25/14: WALS:  Jorge Galán (Yale Medical School) "Typhoid toxin: A
window into the unique biology of Salmonella typhi"

*Regular lambda lunch at 11:00 AM in Bldg 37, Rm 6107/6041. To schedule
seminars, contact <[2]mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov >Susan Gottesman or
Gisela Storz ([3]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
[6]http://list.nih.gov/, browse the lists to find Lambda_Lunch-L, and
follow the instructions.  If you're not at NIH, contact
[7]Gottesms@helix.nih.gov. Susan Gottesman. This schedule is also
available at [8]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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1. https://ccrod.cancer.gov/confluence/x/NZD_BQ
2. mailto:Gottesms@helix.nih.gov
3. mailto:storzg@mail.nih.gov
6. http://list.nih.gov/
7. mailto:susang@helix.nih.gov
8. http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html

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