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September 22 Eric Freed National Cancer Institute HIV-1 assembly, release, and maturation
October 13 Ching-Ping Chang Stanford University Chromatin regulation in heart development and disease
November 3 Jeffrey Rosen Baylor Targeting Breast Cancer Tumor Initiating Cells
November 24 Nicholas Shork Scripps Research Institute Design and analysis of human DNA sequence-based association studies
November 30 Tian Xu Yale University Deciphering Biology and Cancer by Forward Genetic Screens in Flies and Mice
January 5 Mitch McVey Tufts University Understanding alternative end joining: bridging the gap with Drosophila
February 16 Terri Wood University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey IGF Regulation of Mammary Epithelial Lineage Differentiation
February 24 Claudio Franceschi Universita di Bologna, Italy An omics approach to studying human aging and longevity
March 2 Vera Gorbunova University of Rochester Longevity and anticancer mechanisms in the longest lived rodent, the naked mole rat
March 9 David Beebe Washington University/St. Louis Molecular Control of Eye Morphogenesis
March 30 William Orr Southern Methodist University Testing the Oxidative Stress Hypothesis in Drosophila: Structural Damage, Redox State and Aging
March 31 Rita Busuttil Peter MacCallum Cancer Center, Australia Molecular dissection of gastric cancer: from risk prediction to therapy
May 11 Jay Mitchell Harvard University Dietary restriction, stress resistance and aging: role of nutrient sensing
June 15 Markus Mordstein
(Salome Gluecksohn Waelsch Prize Seminar)
Novartis Pharma Stein AG, Switzerland The antiviral role of Interferon-lambda in the mouse
June 22 Matt Kaeberlein University of Washington, Seattle Conserved longevity pathways and anti-aging interventions
July 20 Mimi Shirasu-Hiza Columbia University Circadian regulation of immunity in Drosophila
August 5 Jing-Dong Jackie Han Chinese Academy of Sciences-Max Planck Partner Institute for Computational Biology In search of the regulatory network of aging

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