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All Seminars start at 4:00 pm. Refreshments served at 3:45 pm.
All seminars held at 1103 Biosciences Bldg (BRB 413) unless specified otherwise.

February 8 David A. Case, BioMaPS Institute and Dept. of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Rutgers University, "How flexible are proteins and solution (and why do we care)?" (David Fushman)
February 15 Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, Computational Biophysics, Wake Forest University, "Identifying protein families and mechanisms: merging structure and sequence to classify the peroxiredoxin protein family" (D. Thirumalai)
February 22 Biophysical Society Meeting - NO SEMINAR
March 1 Norma Andrews, University of Maryland, "Unraveling the cell biology of plasma membrane repair" (S. Sukharev)
March 8 Haw Yang, Princeton University, "Protein Molecular Machines: Insights from Fluorescence Single-Molecule Studies and Future Directions" (Wolfgang Losert)
March 15 SPRING BREAK - NO SEMINAR
March 22 Dr. Joseph Reiner, National Institute of Standards and Technology, "Single particle biophysics: Nanopores, liposomes and mitochondrial diseases" (Arpita Upadhyaya)
March 29 NO SEMINAR

Thurs. April 1

SPECIAL BIOPHYSICS SEMINAR - Omar Saleh, University of California, Santa Barbara, "The biomolecular mechanics of helicases and single-stranded DNA" (D. Thirumalai)
April 5 NO SEMINAR
April 12 Cecelia Clementi, Rice University, "A multiscale approach to characterize macromolecular dynamics and functions" (D. Thirumalai)
April 19 NO SEMINAR
April 26 Riina Tehver, University of Maryland, "Mechanochemical models for motor proteins"
May 3 NO SEMINAR
Thurs. May 6

BIOPHYSICS SYMPOSIUM - Protein Dynamics, Folding and Function -- see SPECIAL EVENTS

May 10

Gerhard Hummer, National Institutes of Health, "Protein-Protein
Binding: from Encounter Complexes to Multi-Protein Assemblies."
(D. Thirumalai)