Dr. Maud L. Menten Memorial Spring Symposium 2019

Keynote Speaker

Judit Villen PhD

Department of Genome Sciences
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
3 May 2019
9:30 am-12:00 pm
Dental Sciences Building 3008
Host: Matthew Berg
9:30 am
Matthew Berg: Opening Remarks
9:35 am
Karen Dunkerley “The E3 ligase parkin requires a ligated pUb to efficiently polyubiquitinate a substrate”
9:50 am
Thomas Hamilton “Bacterial sex and death: how it could help you(r microbes)”
10:05 am
Allison Dilliott “The association between APOE E4 and cognitive function in neurodegenerative disorders”
10:20 am
Aren Marshall “An RB-Condensin II complex mediates long range chromosome interactions and regulates expression at divergently paired genes”
10:45 am
Coffee break
11:00 am
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Judit Villen "Identifying deleterious mutations across the proteome by limited mistranslation mutagenesis"
12:00 pm
Lunch in MSB 346