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Event Category Event Date Event Head / Venue Topic Title
Colloquium 15-02-2019
Colloquium Mr Unis Ahmad Bhat
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Investigations into the role of histone arginine methylation in alcohol induced neuroglial and behavioural changes in mice
Viva-Voce 25-01-2019
@12:00 noon
Viva-Voce of Mr M S Ram
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Thesis Title: Studies on reproductive and genetic consequences of habitat fragmentation on endangered lion-tailed macaque populations in the fragmented rainforests of Western Ghats
Student_Seminar 23-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Puspita Saha 2. Disha Nanda
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Generic wound signals initiate regeneration in missing-tissue contexts.
2. Restoration of vision after de novo genesis of rod photoreceptors in mammalian retinas.
Viva-Voce 23-01-2019
Viva-Voce of Ms Parna Saha
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Thesis Title: Genome organization and chromatin landscape in regulating gene expression
Student_Seminar 22-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Pratheusa Machha 2. Ketaki Bhagwat
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Systematic bacterialization of yeast genes identifies a near-universally swappable pathway.
2. Lymphocyte Circadian Clocks Control Lymph Node Trafficking and Adaptive Immune Responses.
Student_Seminar 21-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. P. Sai Uday Kiran 2. A Akshay Kumar
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. A fluid-to-solid jamming transition underlies vertebrate body axis elongation.
2. Integration of grid maps in merged environments.
Lecture 17-01-2019
Lecture by Dr. Jyoti Shah,University Distinguished Research Professor,BioDiscovery Institute,University of North Texas, USA
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Actin dynamics involving the Actin depolymerizing factor 3 and plant defense against insects that feed from the phloem
Student_Seminar 17-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Moneca Kaul 2. Aute Ramdas Annasaheb 3. Saketh Murthy
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. SUMO protease SENP1 deSUMOylates and stabilizes c-Myc.
2. Asymmetric distribution and spatial switching of dynein activity generates ciliary motility.
3. The intestinal microbiota regulates body composition through NFIL3 and the circadian clock.
Student_Seminar 16-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. Sitanshu K Sarangi 2. G Bhargavi Krishnasree 3. Niharika Awasthi
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Vitamin D Switches BAF Complexes to Protect β Cells.
2. The THO Complex Non-Cell-Autonomously Represses Female Germline Specification through the TAS3-ARF3 Module.
3. Communication across the bacterial cell envelope depends on the size of the periplasm.
Student_Seminar 11-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. G Srinivas Reddy 2. Sakshi Shambhavi
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Ciliary Hedgehog signaling restricts injury-induced adipogenesis.
2. Root branching toward water involves posttranslational modification of transcription factor ARF7.
Chalk the Talk 11-01-2019
Chalk the Talk by Ajoy Aloysius
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
Title: Change the partner (for sleep)
Student_Seminar 10-01-2019
@4:00 pm
Student Seminar- Speakers: 1. S Manu 2. M S Soujanya
[Venue:Lecture Hall]
1. Variation and constraints in hybrid genome formation.
2. Liquid Nuclear Condensates Mechanically Sense and Restructure the Genome.
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