This year's winner for best DYSS seminar (selected by our students) is Dr. Sarah Perry from Mathew Tirrell's group at the Molecular Engineering Institute at the University of Chicago. Her presentation was entitled Stereoregularity Inhibits Complex Coacervation of Polypeptides.
Congratulations Dr. Perry!
|Speaker and Lecture Title
Converting Y. lipolytica into a platform for biofuel and biochemical production
Heterogeneous Catalysis for Sustainable Energy: Atomically Dispersed Metal Clusters for Hydrogen Production from Methanol and Formic Acid Reactions
Spatially-graded collagen scaffolds for engineering orthopedic interfaces and regulating MSC fate
Development and application techniques to more closely unify molecular modeling and experiments for applications in biomaterials, protein modeling, and peptide structure-activity relationships
Synthetic Micro/Nanomachines and Their Applications: Towards 'Fantastic Voyage'
Stereoregularity Inhibits Complex Coacervation of Polypeptides
Cloud-based simulations on Google Exacycle provide novel mechanistic insights into conformational transitions in GPCRs and Kinases
Integration of microfabrication, biomaterials, molecular biology, biophysics, and microscopy techniques in order to understand mechanisms of cell migration, adhesion, and mechanotransduction in the context of metastatic cancer and cardiovascular disease.