Basic Sciences Division

Seminars and Meetings

The following events are for members of the Basic Sciences Division and other scientific collaborators. Read more about meetings, clubs and seminars >

Current Biology Seminar
Volker Haucke (Bai)
"Spatiotemporal control of endocytosis and synaptic vesicle recycling"

Wednesday, December 03
Noon
Pelton Auditorium

Retrovirus Meeting
Caitlin Milligan (Overbaugh)
Thursday, December 04
9:15am
B1-072/074

Seattle Mitosis Group
Paradez Lab
Thursday, December 04
10:00am
UW: G417

Friday Evening Seminar
Jeffrey McKnight  (Tsukiyama)
“The histone deacetylase Rpd3 is critical for driving quiescence in S. cerevisiae”  

Jennifer Taylor (Salama)
“Visualizing sub-cellular mechanisms of helical cell shape maintenance in Helicobacter pylori” 

Friday, December 05
4:00pm
Pelton Auditorium

Division News

Dr. Olsen Awarded a Junior Faculty Support Grant in Studying the Basic Biology of Aging

Basic Sciences junior faculty member Dr. Carissa Perez Olsen has been granted the University of Washington's Junior Faculty Support in the Basic Biology of Aging award to study her project titled "Understanding the Role of Plasmalogens in Membrane and Organismal Aging"
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Jackie Lang won the first place for a graduate research talk at the 2014 AISES meeting

Career Opportunity

Junior and Senior Faculty Members
The division of Basic Sciences is seeking applicants for available faculty member positions. For more info, please click here.

Latest Publications

Radoff DT, Dong Y, Snead D, Bai J, Eliezer D, Dittman JS. (2014). The accessory helix of complexin functions by stabilizing central helix secondary structure. Elife, 3.
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Steigedal M, Marstad A, Haug M, Damas JK, Strong RK, Roberts PL, Himpsl SD, Stapleton A, Hooton TM, Mobley HLT, Hawn TR, Flo TH. (2014). Lipocalin 2 Imparts Selective Pressure on Bacterial Growth in the Bladder and Is Elevated in Women with Urinary Tract Infection. Journal of immunology.
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Announcements

Congratulations to our recent graduates!

These graduate students recently obtained their Ph.D.:

  • Benjamin Ross (Malik Lab)
  • Kristina Krassovsky (MCB)
  • Christopher Weber (MCB)