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Proteostasis Consortium Seminar Series

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Wednesdays

9 a.m. PST / 11 a.m.  CST / 12  p.m. EST / 6 p.m. CEST (5 p.m. starting Oct. 28)
Via Zoom-Please see link at bottom of page.

Please contact Michelle (mck3@stanford.edu) and Sue (s-fox2@northwestern.edu)

MAY 6 – RICK MORIMOTO (NORTHWESTERN)

The Biology of Proteostasis in Aging and Neurodegenerative Diseases

MAY 13 – STEVE FINKBEINER (GLADSTONE – UCSF)

Single Cell Dynamics of Proteostasis in Neurodegeneration

MAY 20 – JUDITH FRYDMAN (STANFORD)

Proteostasis of Viral Infection: Unfolding and Harnessing the Complex Virus-Chaperone Interplay    

MAY 27 – JEFF KELLY (SCRIPPS)

Pharmacologic Progress in Modulating Proteostasis Network Function for Ameliorating Disease

JUNE 3 – DAN FINLEY (HARVARD)

Global Remodeling of the Proteome

JUNE 10 – MANU HEGDE (MRC)

An Intramembrane Chaperone Complex Facilitates Membrane Protein Biogenesis at the ER

JUNE 17 – ULRICH HARTL (MPI-MARTINSREID)

Molecular Chaperones in Protein Folding and Quality Control

JUNE 24 – IVAN DIKIC (FRANKFURT)

Ubiquitin and Autophagy Networks in Proteostasis

JULY 1 – MARC DIAMOND (UT SOUTHWESTERN)

Tau Prions: The Origins of Seeds and Strains within a Monomer

JULY 8 – WADE HARPER (HARVARD)

Organelle and Proteome Remodelling During Nutrient Stress

JULY 15 – ANNE BRUNET (STANFORD)

Mechanisms of Protein Homeostasis During Aging

JULY 22 – ELKE DEUERLING (UNIVERSITÄT KONSTANZ)

Molecular Strategies for Proteostasis Maintenance by Ribosome-Associated Chaperones 

AUG 5 –  GABRIELA CHIOSIS (MEMORIAL  SLOAN KETTERING)

Chaperome-Mediated Protein Connectivity Dysfunctions – From Mechanisms, To Detection and Treatment

AUG 12 – JASON GESTWICKI (UCSF)

Targeting Protein Folding and Stability Using Small Molecules

AUG 19 – ANNE BERTOLOTTI (MRC)

Boosting Protein Quality Control For Therapeutic Benefit

AUG 26 – JIM SHORTER (PENN)

Combating Deleterious Phases

SEPT  2 – BRAD HYMAN (MGH/HARVARD)

What Are the Critical Steps of Tau Propagation?

SEPT 9 -Protein Society Webinar Series: Mechanisms of Molecular Chaperones: Insights from Hybrid Biophysical Approaches.

          September 9th registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_L1ecbVt7RPuC58k80uOJkw
          September 10th registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dvHOgIIHTMuaXgy3aC0ufQ

SEPT 16 – DAVID RON  (CAMBRIDGE)

Manipulating the Integrated Stress Response – A Molecular Perspective

SEPT 23 – STEVE HAGGARTY (MGH/HARVARD)

Humanizing Drug Discovery for Proteinopathies & Targeted Protein Degradation

SEPT 30 – URSULA JAKOB (MICHIGAN)

Effects of Early-life ROS on Aging and Age-related Diseases

OCT 7- JONATHAN WEISSMAN (HHMI/WHITEHEAD/MIT)

           Structure, Function and Mechanism of the EMC Reveals How it Coordinates Production of Membrane Proteins

OCT 14 – LI-HUEI TSAI (PICOWER-MIT)

Uncovering the Role of Alzheimer’s Disease Risk Genes Using Yeast, Stem Cells, and Human Brains

OCT 21 – SANDRA ENCALADA (SCRIPPS)

Neuronal Vulnerability in the Proteinopathies: Endo-lysosomal and Cytoskeletal Trafficking Pathways that Make or Break Intracellular Aggregates

OCT 28 – MALENE HANSEN (SANFORD BURNHAM PREBYS)

Cellular Recycling: Role of Autophagy in Aging and Disease

NOV 4 – SHEENA RADFORD (LEEDS)

Understanding Amyloid Assembly and How to Stop It

NOV 11-14 Cold Spring Harbor Meeting on Protein Homeostasis in Health and Disease

NOV 18 – LEN NECKERS (NCI-NIH)

Targeting Hsp40/Hsp70 to Treat Hormone-Refractory Prostate Cancer

NOV 25 – KAZ NAGATA (JT BIOHISTORY RESEARCH HALL / KYOTO SANGYO UNIV.)

           Proteostasis to Organostasis: Cross-talk Between Proteostasis, Redox and Calcium Homeostasis in the ER

DEC 2 – TOM RAPOPORT (HARVARD)

Molecular Mechanism of ER-associated Protein Translocation

DEC 9-HIDEKI TAGUCHI (TOKYO INST OF TECH)

Nascent Chain-Induced Ribosome Dynamics Regulation

DEC 16-LILA GIERASCH (UMASS AMHERST)

Hsp70 Allosteric Mechanism and Promiscuous Selectivity in Substrate Binding

JAN 6, 2021 – PETER WALTER (HHMI-UCSF)

 

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Past Seminars


June 25th, 2020 – Richard Morimoto of Northwestern University
Regulating Proteostasis in Health, Aging and Disease

 


May 13th, 2020 – Steve Finkbeiner of UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences
Single Cell Dynamics of Proteostasis in Neurodegeneration


May 20th, 2020 – Judith Frydman of Stanford University
Proteostasis of Viral Infection: Unfolding and Harnessing the Complex Virus-Chaperone Interplay

 


May 27th, 2020 – Jeff Kelly of Scripps Research Institute
Pharmacologic Progress in Modulating Proteostasis Network Function for Ameliorating Disease

 

 


June 10th, 2020 – Manu Hegde of MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology at the University of Cambridge
Mechanisms of Membrane Protein Biogenesis

 


June 17th, 2020 – Ulrich Hartl of the Max Planck Institute
Molecular Chaperones in Protein Folding and Quality Control

 


June 24th, 2020 – Ivan Dikic of the Goethe University Frankfurt
SARS-CoV-2 Papain-like Protease Regulates Viral Spread and Innate Immunity