Meetings / Clubs / Events

Basic Sciences Division

Meetings / Clubs / Events

The Division hosts a network of informal meetings, clubs and seminars to encourage collaborations and foster the exchange of information and ideas. Our clubs are composed of scientists with common research interests. This collaborative approach to science naturally produces numerous publications jointly authored by members of different laboratories in the division.

Friday Seminars

photo of basic science meeting

2018-2019 Schedule

What: Weekly seminars where trainees, technicians, and faculty from the Basic Sciences and Human Biology Divisions present and discuss their research. This is a forum where everyone within the divisions has the opportunity to participate with the research community.
When: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where:
Pelton Auditorium

Date

Basic Sciences

Human Biology

September 28

Bloom

Paddison

October 5
Cooper
Salama
October 12
Buck
Hsieh
October 19
Shou
Tapscott
October 26

Roth

Emerman

November 2
Henikoff
Ghajar
November 9
No Friday Seminar – Veteran’s Day
November 16
Eisenman
Holland
November 23
No Friday Seminar – Thanksgiving
November 30

R. Bradley

Lampe

December 7
Stoddard
Geballe
December 14
Bai
MacPherson
December 21
No Friday Seminar – Christmas Holiday
December 28
No Friday Seminar – New Year’s Day
     
January 4
Subramaniam
Galloway
January 11
Malik
Nelson
January 18
No Friday Seminar – MLK Jr. Day
January 25

Tsukiyama

Kemp

February 1
Parkhurst
Reid
February 8
Biggins
Cheung
February 15
No Friday Seminar – President’s Day
February 22

Smith

Kugel

March 1
Hahn
Beronja
March 8
Rajan
Saha
March 15
Singhvi
Berger
March 22
Bloom
Vasioukhin
March 29

Eisenman

Avgousti

April 5
Malik
Paddison
April 12
Hatch
Hsieh
April 19
R. Bradley
Tapscott
April 26

Koch

Hatch

May 3
No Friday Seminar – Weintraub Symposium
May 10
Singhvi
Houghton
May 17
Moens
Gujral
May 24
No Friday Seminar – Memorial Day
May 31

Henikoff

Avgousti

June 7
Brent
Lee

 

Contact: Winona Wright

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Virus Group

viral cell image

2017-2018 Schedule

What: The purpose of the group is to share work in progress between retrovirus and related labs, and to give feedback on ongoing projects. Each postdoc or graduate student in the participating labs presents their work once a year.
When: 9:15 a.m.
Where: Room B1-072/074, unless otherwise noted.

  * B1-065: Pelton (Weintraub Building)
** M1-A305/A307: Behnke Combo

*Meetings will resume Fall 2018*

Contact: Michael Emerman

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Seattle Fly Club

graphic representing Seattle Fly club

2017-2018 Schedule

What:  The regular gathering of all Seattle area researchers working on or interested in research related to the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Each meeting consists of research reports from 2 or 3 different labs and general scientific talks.
When:
Two Thursdays each quarter.
Where:
UW Health Sciences building Foege S-110 or Fred Hutch campus B1-072/074.

*Meetings will resume Autumn Quarter 2018*

Pizza and conversation begin at 5:45. Talks start at 6:15.
Talks are 20-minutes with 5-10 minutes for questions.

Autumn Quarter: Wed Sep 27 – Fri Dec 8 + Finals 10-16 (Sat-Fri)
Winter Quarter: Wed Jan 3 – Fri March 9 + Finals 11-17 (Sat-Fri)
Spring Quarter: Mon March 26- Fri June 1 + Finals 2-8(Sat-Fri)

Contact: Celeste Berg  

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Seattle Mitosis

image of mitosis

2017-2018 Schedule

What: The Seattle area mitosis group consists of five labs (Asbury, Biggins, Davis, Paredez, and Wordeman), who are all interested in fundamental questions regarding the process of mitosis. There is a diverse array of organisms and approaches taken. All aspects of the structure, regulation and mechanics of mitosis are studied.
When:
First Thursday of Every Month (except summer)
           10 a.m. to 12 p.m.                                              
       **10:00 am to 11:30 am
Where: Alternates, see below for details.
Note: Lab presenting brings bagels or other food!

Date Lab Location
September 6 Biggins lab Hutch: B1-072/074
October 4 Paradez lab UW: G417
November 1 Davis lab Hutch: B1-072/074
December 6 Asbury lab UW: G417
     
    Last updated 6/4/2018

Contact: Sue Biggins

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Other Groups

chromatin club

Chromatin Club
A semi-weekly journal club with an emphasis on the increasing importance of chromatin research for understanding chromosomal processes, development and disease.
Contact: Steve Henikoff or Toshio Tsukiyama

developmental biology group

Developmental Biology Group
The group consists of faculty members of the Center for Developmental Biology at the University of Washington, and the faculty members of the Developmental Biology Program at the FHCRC. The Developmental Biology Group was formed in 1999 to promote the discipline of Developmental Biology at both institutions. 
Contact: Cecilia Moens | Group Website

structural biology group

Structural Biology Group
The group consists of two laboratories focused on the use of macromolecular crystallography (Barry Stoddard and Roland Strong) to determine the three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules. These laboratories are complemented by several additional laboratories: one that is focused on computational structure prediction and design (Phil Bradley), one that conducts solution-based protein mapping studies of large complexes involved in gene transcription (Steve Hahn) and a third that conducts drug target validation and drug screening studies (Julian Simon). A significant focus of the Structural Biology Group is the exploitation of structural information to engineer macromolecules for therapeutic applications, including gene correction, vaccine development, and drug discovery. 
Contact: Barry Stoddard | Group Website 

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2017 Retreat

The Basic Sciences Division Retreat was held on September 11, 2017 at the Museum of Flight. It was a full day of events, attended by 165 participants including faculty, lab members, postdocs, current and incoming graduate students, as well as administrative staff from the Division and the Center. Participants heard faculty share their research, attended two scientific poster sessions, tested their piloting skills on the museum's flight simulators, and ended the day with a reception and the option to go on a docent-led tour of one of several museum exhibits. 

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