Storer Lectureship Archive 1990-1999

April 28, 1999
Neuromodulation of Cortical Memory Circuits

Presenter: Patricia Goldman-Rakic, Yale University School of Medicine

April 26, 1999
Opening the Mind Through Neurobiology

Presenter: Patricia Goldman-Rakic, Yale University School of Medicine

January 13, 1999
Genomics, Proteomics and Systems Biology

Presenter: Leroy Hood, Department of Molecular Biotechnology, University of Washington

January 11, 1999
Genes, Genomes, and Society

Presenter: Leroy Hood, Department of Molecular Biotechnology, University of Washington

May 19, 1998
The Uses of Cloning in Biology and Medicine

Presenter: Ian Wilmut, Roslin Institute  

May 18, 1998
Are There Any Limits to the Cloning of Animals?

Presenter: Ian Wilmut, Roslin Institute  

April 22, 1998
AIDS and the Brain

Presenter: Floyd E. Bloom

April 20, 1998
Knowing About Knowing About the Brain

Presenter: Floyd E. Bloom

May 6, 1997
Molecular Mechanism of the Yeast PMA1 ATPase

Presenter: Carolyn W. Slayman, Yale University School of Medicine  

May 5, 1997
Cation Pumps: How They Evolved and What They Do

Presenter: Carolyn W. Slayman, Yale University School of Medicine

April 16, 1997
Protein Glycosylation and Folding in the Endoplasmic Reticulum

Presenter: William J. Lennarz, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, State University of New York at Stony Brook

April 14, 1997
Sperm Meets Egg: The Molecules Involved

Presenter: William J. Lennarz, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, State University of New York at Stony Brook

February 5, 1997
Genetics and the Origin of Bird Species

Presenter: Peter R. Grant, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University

February 3, 1997
The Adaptive Radiation of Darwin's Finches

Presenter: Peter R. Grant, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University

April 9, 1996
The Struggle for Water and the Quest for Peace in the Middle East

Presenter: Daniel Hillel, University of Massachusetts

April 8, 1996
Civilization and the Life of the Soil

Presenter: Daniel Hillel, University of Massachusetts

March 6, 1996
The Protein Import Machine of Mitochondria

Presenter: Gottfried Schatz, University of Basel, Switzerland  

March 4, 1996
How Cells Build Mitochondria

Presenter: Gottfried Schatz, University of Basel, Switzerland  

October 18, 1995
Ecology and the Human Ovary

Presenter: Peter T. Ellison, Department of Anthropology: Peabody Museum, Harvard University

October 16, 1995
Ecology and Human Fecundity

Presenter: Peter T. Ellison, Department of Anthropology: Peabody Museum, Harvard University

May 3, 1995
Differentiation and Development in Skin

Presenter: Elaine V. Fuchs, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The University of Chicago

May 1, 1995
Of Mice and Men: Genetic Disorders of Keratin

Presenter: Elaine V. Fuchs, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The University of Chicago

February 8, 1995
Metabolite and CO2 Fluxes Between Cells: Compromises and Trade-offs for Efficient C4 Photosynthesis

Presenter: Hal Hatch, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry

February 6, 1995
The Story of C4 Photosynthesis: How, Why and When

Presenter: Hal Hatch, CSIRO Division of Plant Industry

November 2, 1994
Neural Calcium Signaling and Synaptic Plasticity

Presenter: Michael J. Berridge, The Babraham Institute, Laboratory of Molecular Signaling

October 31, 1994
Spatiotemporal Aspects of Calcium Signaling

Presenter: Michael J. Berridge, The Babraham Institute, Laboratory of Molecular Signaling

April 21, 1994
The Pandemic of AIDS: The Transmission Dynamics and Evolution of HIV

Presenter: Roy Malcolm Anderson, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford

April 20, 1994
The Ecology of Viral Infections in Human Communities and the Evolution of Virulence

Presenter: Roy Malcolm Anderson, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford

April 18, 1994
Populations, Infectious Diseases, and Immunity: A Very Non-Linear World

Presenter: Roy Malcolm Anderson, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford

March 3, 1994
Adapting Genes and Genomes: AIDS and Some other Retroviral Epidemics

Presenter: Stephen J. O'Brien, National Cancer Institute

March 2, 1994
Retracing the Natural History of Endangered Species: Lessons from The Big Cats

Presenter: Stephen J. O'Brien, National Cancer Institute

February 28, 1994
Evolving Genes and Genomes: The Mammalian Radiations

Presenter: Stephen J. O'Brien, National Cancer Institute

January 27, 1994
Properties of Synthetic Peptide-MHC Conjugates

Presenter: Philippa Marrack, National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine

January 25, 1994
T Cell Selection and Tolerance, A Continuing Saga

Presenter: Philippa Marrack, National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine

January 24, 1994
Superantigens

Presenter: Philippa Marrack, National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine

April 15, 1993
Clinical Applications of Angiogenesis Research

Presenter: Judah Folkman, Harvard Medical School: The Children's Hospital Boston

April 14, 1993
How Tumors Become Angiogenic

Presenter: Judah Folkman, Harvard Medical School: The Children's Hospital Boston

April 12, 1993
The Search for the 'Blood Vessel Factor'

Presenter: Judah Folkman, Harvard Medical School: The Children's Hospital Boston

February 4, 1993
Recent Studies on Primordial Germ Cells in Mice

Presenter: Anne McLaren, Wellcome/CRC Institute

February 3, 1993
The Germ-Cell Cycle: A Circuitous Journey That Ends Up Where It Began?

Presenter: Anne McLaren, Wellcome/CRC Institute

February 1, 1993
Sex Determination in Mammals: A Thirty Year Quest

Presenter: Anne McLaren, Wellcome/CRC Institute

November 19, 1992
The Design of Biological Information Processing Circuits

Presenter: Melvin I. Simon, Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

November 18, 1992
Signal Transduction in Complex Cellular Systems

Presenter: Melvin I. Simon, Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

November 16, 1992
How Bacteria Think

Presenter: Melvin I. Simon, Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology

April 16, 1992
Cooperation and Conflict Between Parents and Offspring

Presenter: Patrick Bateson, Sub Department of Animal Behavior, University of Cambridge

April 15, 1992
How Do We Know Whether and What an Animal Feels and Thinks?

Presenter: Patrick Bateson, Sub Department of Animal Behavior, University of Cambridge

April 13, 1992
Behavioral Imprinting and Neural Nets

Presenter: Patrick Bateson, Sub Department of Animal Behavior, University of Cambridge

February 6, 1992
Limb Deformity: A Gene Involved in Embryonic Pattern Formation in the Mouse

Presenter: Philip Leder, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School

February 5, 1992
Understanding Cancer: Studies in Transgenic Mice II

Presenter: Philip Leder, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School

February 4, 1992
Understanding Cancer: Studies in Transgenic Mice I

Presenter: Philip Leder, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School

November 21, 1991
Distinguishing History From Natural Selection

Presenter: Richard C. Lewontin, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

November 20, 1991
Patterns of Constraint on Genes and Proteins

Presenter: Richard C. Lewontin, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

November 18, 1991
What's Wrong With Evolutionary Explanations?

Presenter: Richard C. Lewontin, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University

May 30, 1991
Anima: Cell Motility and Meiotic Sex

Presenter: Lynn Margulis, University of Massachusetts

May 29, 1991
Symbiogenesis: Origins of Evolutionary Novelty

Presenter: Lynn Margulis, University of Massachusetts

May 28, 1991
GAIA: The Living Surface of the Third Planet

Presenter: Lynn Margulis, University of Massachusetts

January 31, 1991
The Price: How Performance Costs Energy

Presenter: Thomas A. McMahon, Harvard University

January 30, 1991
Running Away From Problems: Terrestrial Locomotion

Presenter: Thomas A. McMahon, Harvard University

January 28, 1991
Some Basic Ideas: What the Physicists Know and What They Don't

Presenter: Thomas A. McMahon, Harvard University

November 7, 1990
Visual Awareness

Presenter: Francis Crick, The Salk Institute

November 6, 1990
The Visual System

Presenter: Francis Crick, The Salk Institute

November 5, 1990
The Psychology of Vision

Presenter: Francis Crick, The Salk Institute

March 1, 1990
Regulation of the Anthocyanin Biosynthetic Pathway in Zea Mays

Presenter: Heinz Saedler, Molecular Plant Genetics, Max-Planck-Institut fur Zuchtungsforschung

February 27, 1990
Molecular Analysis of Flower Development in Antirrhinum Majus (Snapdragon)

Presenter: Heinz Saedler, Molecular Plant Genetics, Max-Planck-Institut fur Zuchtungsforschung

February 26, 1990
Plant Transposable Elements and Their Role in Evolution

Presenter: Heinz Saedler, Molecular Plant Genetics, Max-Planck-Institut fur Zuchtungsforschung