August 20, 2014

Friday Evening Lectures – 2013

Lillie Auditorium, 8:00 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Date: Speaker:

06/28/13 Glassman Lecture“Biological Time Travels: The Story of Circadian Rhythms”friday evening lecture, June 28Michael Rosbash, Brandeis University; Howard Hughes Medical Institute

07/05/13 Porter Lecture“Biology is the Technology of this Century”Pamela A. Silver,
Harvard Medical School

07/12/13 Segal Lecture“The Development of Colour Patterns in Zebrafish: Towards an friday evening lecture, June 28Understanding of the Genetic Basis of Morphological Variation” - Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology; Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1995

07/19/13 Grass Lecture“Neural Plasticity: From Synapse to Perception” - Mu-ming friday evening lecture, June 28Poo, University of California, Berkeley

07/26/13 friday evening lecture, July 26“Optogenetics: Tools from Nature for Controlling the Brain With Light” – Edward Boyden, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

08/02/13 “Why I Love Bacteria” – Richard J. Roberts, New England Biolabs; Nobel Prize in friday evening lecture, August 2Physiology or Medicine, 1993

08/09/13 Lederberg Lecture“Genes for Lifespan” – Cynthia J. Kenyon, University of California, San Francisco

08/16/13 friday evening lecture, August 16Sager Lecture“Making Your Heart Young Again” – Richard T. Lee, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Harvard Stem Cell Institute


Speakers for the Friday Evening Lecture Series are selected by a committee composed of: Marlene Belfort, University at Albany – SUNY; Joan Ruderman, MBL; Paul De Weer, University of Pennsylvania; Gerald Fischbach, Simons Foundation Autism Project; Joshua Hamilton, MBL; Richard Harland, UC Berkeley; Tim Mitchison, Harvard University; Mitchell Sogin, MBL; and Clare Waterman, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Suggestions for future Friday Evening Lecturers are welcome and may be sent to FEL@mbl.edu

Friday Evening Lecture Archives
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