Society of Fellows Presents Fall Research Symposium
The Society of Fellows at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI)
presents the 2002 Fall Research Symposium, Friday, October
25, in both the Beckman Building's W.M. Keck Foundation Amphitheater
and the The Skaggs Institute Building's THE COMMITTEE Lecture
Hall. Coffee and snacks will be provided, and a $600 travel
awards will be given to the speakers who gives the best talk.
A reception will be held at 4:30 following the afternoon sessions
in the Beckman Building Galleria. The agenda is as follows.
STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY (Keck Foundation Amphitheater, BCC)
9 AM, Keynote speaker Linda Hsieh-Wilson, California
Institute of Technology, "Using Chemistry to Explore Molecular
Mechanisms in the Brain"
9:4510:00 AM, Lisa Craig, John Tainer Lab
10:0010:15 AM, Dennis W. Wolan, Ian Wilson Lab
10:1510:30 AM, Ronald Brudler, Elizabeth Getzoff Lab
10:3010:45 AM, Coffee Break
10:4511:00 AM, Gino Cingolani, Larry Gerace Lab
11:0011:15 AM, Dan Calarese, Ian Wilson Lab
11:1511:30 AM, Jinghua Tang, John Johnson Lab
CHEMISTRY (Keck Foundation Amphitheater, BCC)
2:00 PM, Keynote speaker Dewey McCafferty, The University
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, "Combating Bacterial Resistance
2:402:55 PM, Keith M. Wilcoxen, M. Reza Ghadiri Lab
2:553:15 PM, Roshan M. Kumar, Gerald F. Joyce Lab
3:153:30 PM, John Blankenship, Phil Dawson Lab
3:303:50 PM, Coffee Break
3:504:05 PM, Plachikkat K Radha, James Williamson Lab
4:054:20 PM, Winston C. Tse, Dale Boger Lab
4:204:35 PM, Donmienne D. M. Leung, Dale Boger Lab
CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY SESSION (THE COMMITTEE Lecture
9:00 AM, Keynote speaker Mark Tuszynski, The University
of California, San Diego, "Axonal Regeneration in the Adult
CNS: Balancing Inhibition with Growth"
9:4510:00 AM, Natalie L. Prigozhina, Clare Waterman-Storer
10:0010:15 AM, Antje Gohla, Gary Bokoch Lab
10:1510:30 AM, Sean Ryder, James Williamson Lab
10:3010:45 AM, Coffee Break
10:4511:00 AM, Laurence Florens, John Yates Lab
11:0011:15 AM, David Granville, Roberta Gottlieb Lab
11:1511:30 AM, Astrid Visser, Kevin Sullivan Lab
IMMUNOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY (THE COMMITTEE Lecture Hall,
2:00 PM, Keynote speaker John A.T. Young, University
of Wisconsin-Madison, "Cytopathic RetrovirusReceptor
2:402:55 PM, Alexander K. Nussbaum, J. Lindsay Whitton
2:553:15 PM, Satyajit K. Mitra, David D. Schlaepfer
3:153:30 PM, Bryan O'Neill, Floyd Romesberg Lab
3:303:50 PM, Karine G. Le Roch, Elizabeth A. Winzeler
3:504:05 PM, Coffee Break
4:054:20 PM, Ralph Feuer, J. Lindsay Whitton Lab
4:204:35 PM, D. Calarese, Ian Wilson Lab
TRSI Launches New Web Site for Kellogg School Graduate
Kellogg School of Science and Technology has launched a new
web site-at http://www.scripps.edu/phd/i_flashhome.html
offering a contemporary look, easy navigation, and up-to-date
information about TSRI's graduate programs.
"We want the site to reflect the extraordinary level of quality
of the graduate programs and to be highly competitive with
the sites of our peer institutions in attracting the very
best students," says Robin Clark, TSRI's director of web-based
communications. "It's the entry way to a positive environment
for prospective and current enrollees."
The new site features a welcome from the president, the
dean, and the associate deans, as well as descriptions of
faculty research, pictures of the campus, and links to related
information, including news, lectures, and student resources.
Keith McKeown, vice president of communications and public
relations, notes that the update is part of a larger effort
to strengthen TSRI's identity by increasing access to useful
information about all of the institute's many programs and
For more information about the site, contact Jann Coury,
x4-8245 or email email@example.com.
TSRI Sports News
SOFTBALL: For the third straight year, Team Maintenance, led
by Dan Schrokosch, has secured the TSRI Softball League championship.
Team Maintenance, supported by Yung's Cafe & Catering, includes:
Dan Schrokosch, Tony Briggs, Randy Lucas, Keith Chipp, Mark
Feiner, "Mack Daddy" Ford, "Mack$" Ford, Leonard Jones, Candy
Jones, Josh Jones, Jeremy Jones, Diana Smith, Leslie Nielsen,
Tanya Paschke, Kim Magie, Denise Huff, and Doug Belding.
BOWLING: The winning team is "The Usual Suspects"composed
of Dave and Missy Kastner, Scott Krahl, and Kit and Dawn Grogg.
Workshop: "Writing Your First NIH Grant"
A workshop, "Writing Your First NIH Grant: Administration,
Science, and the Review Process," will be held on Thursday,
October 24, from 1 to 4 PM, in the Keck Amphitheater, Beckman
Building. The event, which is sponsored by the Society of
Fellows and the Human Resources Department, will cover:
- Part I: Administration of Grants, with speakers including
Betty Chastain, Roberta Gottlieb, Fred Heaton, Don Mosier,
Luc Teyton, and Curtis Wilson.
- Part II: Writing Grants, Review Process, with speakers
including Michael McHeyzer-Williams, David Nemazee, and
- Part III: Panel Discussion, with speakers including David
Nemazee, Michael McHeyzer-Williams, Hugh Rosen, and Sandy
For more information, contact Luc Teyton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Club members and potential members relaxed, mingled,
and sampled culinary delicacies such as squash soup at the
club's open house last Wednesday. "Thank you very much to
all who came to the open house and made it the wonderful event
that it turned out to be," said Faculty Club Coordinator Nancy
Shoenmakers. For more information on the Faculty Club or caterers
at the event, contact Shoenmakers, x4-2844, or see the
Faculty Club web page.