June 30th, 2008
Dr. Maaike Everts, Multifunctional potential of nanotechnology and gene therapy for cancer

May 2, 2008
Dr. Richard Bessen, Tracking the prion protein in the nervous system: Implications for prion neuroinvasion and transmission

April 25, 2008
Dr. Anneke Metz, The dynamics of online quizzing in large undergraduate lecture courses

April 22, 2008
Dr. Edwin Rubel, Fishin' for solutions to hearing loss: finding genetic and chemical modulators of inner ear hair cell death

April 11, 2008
Dr. Frances Lefcort, From neural crest cells to a peripheral nervous system: how?

March 7, 2008
Dr. Stephen Sprang, Effector regulation of G protein activity

February 29, 2008
Bree Cummins, Filiform hair arrangement on the cricket cercus

February 22, 2008
Dr. James R. Howe, How the unitary properties of glutamate receptor ion channels shape synaptic transmission in the brain

February 15, 2008
Dr. Tomas Gedeon, Binding cooperativity in phage lambda is not sufficient to produce an effective switch

February 1, 2008
Dr. Alex Dimitrov, Querying for relevant stimuli: "What you show is what you get!"

December 7, 2007
Dr. Sandra Halonen, Cerebral Toxoplasmosis: A story of cats and minds

November 30, 2007
Dr. Rodrigo Salazar, Fronto-parietal network and rule guided working memory

November 16, 2007
Dr. Deborah Cabin, Modeling Parkinson's disease in mice

November 2, 2007
Susan Gibson, Susan Gibson's most excellent Mongolian adventure: Bringing community health screenings to the rural countryside

October 26, 2007
Dr. Christa Merzdorf, Why Xenopus? A unique way of fishing with frogs

October 19, 2007
Dr. Michael Hahn, Mechanics of human gait: Using machine learning to develop surrogate models of joint kinetics

October 12, 2007
Dr. John Miller, Optimality of the array of filiform mechanoreceptors on the cricket cercus

October 5, 2007
Dr. Roger Bradley, Regulation of neural crest migration by cadherin-mediated cell adhesion

September 28, 2007
Dr. Ardem Patapoutian, The fifth sense: molecular mechanisms of temperature and pain detection

September 21, 2007
Dr. Thom Hughes, FRET, fluorescent proteins and jumping genes: Our attempt to create a new way of building genetically encoded sensors