NSSS: Using Ancient Enzymes to Solve a Modern Cancer Drug's Mechanism by Christopher Wilson

Natural Science Seminar Series (NSSS) provides an opportunity to foster the engagement of faculty, students and staff in the scientific enterprise and to cultivate an environment of intellectual discourse and growth by promoting interaction between scientists at every level.
NSSS: Using Ancient Enzymes to Solve a Modern Cancer Drug's Mechanism by Christopher Wilson

Image source: Dorothee Kern Group

When Nov 07, 2013
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where AC-4M06
Contact Name
Contact Phone 718-262-2592
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Presented by the Departments of BiologyChemistry, and Earth and Physical Sciences.

SPEAKER: Christopher Wilson
Institution:Department of Biochemistry and BiophysicsBrandeis University, third year Ph.D. student (Dorothee Kern lab)
Talk Title: Using Ancient Enzymes to Solve a Modern Cancer Drug's Mechanism
Hosted by: Lou Levinger

Pizza, pastries and other refreshments will be served at 11:50am.

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