The weekly John Lawrence Seminars in Biosciences take place on Tuesdays, from 4 to 5 PM in several Berkeley Lab locations, depending on the seminar topic; exceptions to day and time may occur. The lectures are supported by an endowment created by generous gifts from patients and family of John H. Lawrence, M.D., D.Sc., F.A.C.P, the Father of Nuclear Medicine (pictured in 1955) and brother of Nobel Laureate Ernest O. Lawrence. Learn more about John H. Lawrence.
The series is currently not open to the public but offered to Biosciences researchers, their Lab colleagues, and guests. Our speakers represent a broad range of biosciences research areas and are nominated and hosted by researchers of the three divisions and user facility in the Biosciences Area. Please contact our seminar coordinator for further details and confirmation, as needed.
Fall 2019 Seminars
|Date & Location||Speaker||Seminar Title
||Affiliation||Host & Division|
|Oct. 1, 66-AUD Rm 317-CR(140), 4:00 pm||Jack Gilbert||Photosynthetic Light-harvesting: Organization, Regulation, and Evolution [Abstract]||Washington University in St. Louis||Junko Yano, Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division|
|Oct. 8, Berkeley Lab, Building 71-264, 4:00 pm||Reinhard Schulte||Clinical Use of Radiation and National Labs: From the Past to the Futur [Abstract]||Loma Linda University||Antoine Snijders, Systems and Engineering Division|
|Oct. 15, 978-4132-CR-Seminar Rm. A, 4:00 pm||David Hoffman||Correlative Three-dimensional Super-resolution and Block Face Electron Microscopy of Whole Vitreously Frozen Cells [Abstract]||HHMI Janelia Research Campus||Manfred Auer, Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division|
|Nov. 5, Emery Station 978-4132, 4:00 pm||Dr. Sue Rhee||Deciphering the Regulatory Code of Metabolism in Arabidopsis [Abstract]||Carnegie Institution for Science||Jenny Mortimer and Leah Sloan, Environ Genomics & Systems Bio|
|Nov. 19, Emery Station 978-4132, 4:00 pm||Dr. Matthias Hess||Detangling the Role of Prokaryotes and Fungi during the Degradation of Plant Biomass in the Rumen using a Multi-omics Approach [Abstract]||University of Davis||Dylan Chivian, Environ Genomics & Systems Bio|