Events

Upcoming events for all programs and departments in the Division of Science for the next week.
Hebecker -- From Swampland and Weak Gravity to Global Symmetries and Wormholes

April 19, 2021

Monday, 4/19/2021 11 am-12:30 pm Virtual/Online
Quantum/Gravity Seminar
Arthur Hebecker (University of Heidelberg)
"From Swampland and Weak Gravity to Global Symmetries and Wormholes"

Mazzio & Hill -- Neurobiology Journal Club

Monday, 4/19/2021 12 noon-1 pm Online
Neurobiology Journal Club
Christina Mazzio (Garrity Lab)
"Visceral mechano-sensing Neurons control Drosophila Feeding by using Piezo as a sensor"
Tyler Hill (Sengupta Lab)
"Caenorhabditis elegans learning in a structured maze is a multisensory behavior"
https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/98089933618 For password please email: aesposito@brandeis.edu

Das -- Using templates to study problems in dynamics and number theory

April 19, 2021

Monday, 4/19/2021 12:15 pm-1:15 pm Virtual
New England Dynamics and Number Theory Seminar
Tushar Das (University of Wisconsin, La Crosse)
"Using templates to study problems in dynamics and number theory" See: https://sites.google.com/a/uwlax.edu/tdas/
Host: Dmitry Kleinbock and Keith Merrill. Contact kleinboc@brandeis.edu merrill2@brandeis.edu for more information.
The zoom link is on the seminar web page. Please send an email to one of the organizers if you want to be included in the mailing list.

Meisenheimer -- Bioluminescent Tools to Unlock Dynamic Live-cell Mechanisms of Targeted Protein Degradation

April 19, 2021

Monday, 4/19/2021 4 pm-5 pm
Chemistry Department Colloquium
Poncho Meisenheimer (Promega Corporation, Research and Development Dept)
"Bioluminescent Tools to Unlock Dynamic Live-cell Mechanisms of Targeted Protein Degradation"
Host: Richard Redman.
https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/96223678479 Please email chemofc@brandeis.edu from your Brandeis account for password.

Aizenman -- Role of Matrix Metalloproteases in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

April 20, 2021

Tuesday, 4/20/2021 12:30 pm-1:30 pm Online
M.R. Bauer Colloquium Series (Brandeis Diverse Students Hosted Speaker)
Carlos Aizenman (Brown University)
"Role of Matrix Metalloproteases in Neurodevelopmental Disorders"
Host: Raul Ramos.
https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/97005395635 For password please email: aesposito@brandeis.edu

Tereshko -- A novel role for cilia neuropeptidergic signaling in the regulation of excitatory synapses

April 20, 2021

Tuesday, 4/20/2021 2 pm-3 pm Virtual/Online
Thesis Seminar: Neuroscience PhD Program
Lauren Tereshko (Sengupta and Turrigiano Labs)
"A novel role for cilia neuropeptidergic signaling in the regulation of excitatory synapses"

Brézin -- Tissues as active materials: spontaneous flows and topological defects in active cellular nematics

April 20, 2021

Tuesday, 4/20/2021 2 pm-3 pm /Online
MRSEC Seminar
Louis Brézin (Soft matter and biophysics at College de France & Institut Curi)
"Tissues as active materials: spontaneous flows and topological defects in active cellular nematics"
Host: Aparna Baskaran. Contact Rich Bennett for more information.

Stern -- From Connectivity to Rate Dynamics

April 21, 2021

Wednesday, 4/21/2021 10 am-11 am Virtual/Online
Computational Neuroscience Journal Club
Merav Stern (Faculty of medicine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem & The Institute for Neuroscience, University of Oregon)
"From Connectivity to Rate Dynamics"
Host: Subhadra Mokashe.
For password please email Paul Miller at pmiller@brandeis.edu

Torres & Koundinya -- Molecular Genetics Journal Club

Wednesday, 4/21/2021 12 noon-1 pm Online
Molecular Genetics Journal Club
Melina Perez Torres (Rosbash Lab)
"Light Stimuli and Circadian Clock Affect Neural Development in Drosophila Melanogaster"
Neha Koundinya (Goode Lab)
"Bacterial flagella disrupt host cell membranes and interact with cytoskeletal components'"
https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/99047466182 For password please email: aesposito@brandeis.edu

Lindsay -- Mathematics of Diffusive transport with applications to chemoreception and nuclear scaling

Wednesday, 4/21/2021 12 noon-1 pm https://brandeis.zoom.us/j/96043647282/Online
Mathematical Biology Seminar
Alan Lindsay (University of Notre Dame)
"Mathematics of Diffusive transport with applications to chemoreception and nuclear scaling"
Host: Profs. Jonathan Touboul, Thomas Fai & Dr. Ying Zhang. Contact yingzhang@brandeis.edu for more information.