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Revision as of 14:26, 24 October 2007

Fall 2007 Physics 500

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Here is the schedule of talks. Meeting time is Thursdays, 4 pm, place is room 1131 of Physics and Astronomy.

Date Presenter Topic Links
August 23 Bridget Wilson, UNM Dept. Pathology Mapping and modeling receptor topography during signal transduction Supporting material
August 30 Diane Lidke, UNM Dept. Pathology Studying ERK1 nuclear-cytoplasmic shuttling using fluorescence microscopy Supporting material
September 6 Keir Neuman, NIH NHLBI Tentative: Single-molecule experiments on DNA topoisomerases and DNA topology Supporting material
September 13 Michael Wilson, UNM Neuroscience Membrane fusion for Neurotransmission Supporting material
September 20 Andy Maloney

Kathrin Spendier

Ultrasound mediated biomembrane permeabilization: is sonoluminescence a marker

Probing of the 20S Proteasome-Protein with Force Spectroscopy

Supporting material

Supporting material

September 27 Keith Lidke, UNM Physics Recent advances in localization microsocpy
October 4 Moved to CMDB seminar on October 5
Friday, October 5

12 pm, BSMB 203

Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, NIH Use of photoactivation technology for the analysis of protein localization and organelle dynamics Abstract
October 11 Fall Break
October 18 James Werner, LANL Tracking Single Quantum Dots in 3D Supporting material
October 25 Diego Ramallo

Paul Harrington

'Isolation of Single Molecules of Chromatin from Living Cells'

'Fluorescence Intermittency Based Localization Microscopy for Nano-scale Imaging'

Supporting material

Supporting material

November 1 Bernd Rieger, TU Delft tentative: DipImage image processing library and Modeling of EM Optics Supporting material
November 8 Conrad James, SNL Micro- and Nanofabrication Applications for Experimental Cell Biology Supporting material
November 15 Heather Cananvan, UNM ChNE Use of “Smart” Materials and Cell Sheet Engineering to Characterize Buried Biological Interfaces Abstract
November 22 Thanksgiving
November 29
December 6 Student Talks
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