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'''Feb 22--26: Visitors: Dalai Yan and Laszio Csonka'''  
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location: lab coffee area unless otherwise indicated
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'''Monday Feb 22:'''
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11am-12:30pm: &nbsp;Laszlo's informal lecture on osmolarity response (Urey 7130)
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lunch break
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2-2:30pm: Dalai's old work on K+ and Glu during osmo stress &nbsp;&nbsp;
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3-3:30pm: Minsu's summary of microfluidic work
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4-5pm: &nbsp; Growth laws + Tony's work on growth in high osmolarity
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'''Tuesday Feb 23:'''
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9-9:30am: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Dalai's summary of chemostat work
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10-10:30am: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Jilong's work on K+ probe
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11am-12:30pm: &nbsp;Laszlo's informal lecture on osmolarity (Urey 7130)
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lunch break
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2:30-3:30pm &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jilong's work on flow cell (approach to N-starvation)
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4-5pm &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Conghui's summary on effect of growth on the expression of catabolite genes
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'''Wednesday Feb 24'''
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9-10am &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Peter &amp; Hiro: N-upshift
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11am-12:30pm: &nbsp;Laszlo's informal lecture on osmolarity (Urey 7130)
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3-4pm: &nbsp;seminar by Laszlo &nbsp;&nbsp;
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A surprising role for Mg2+ accumulation in the control of thermotolerance in Salmonella
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location: 1103 Muir
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== '''Research Activities'''  ==
 
== '''Research Activities'''  ==

Latest revision as of 16:21, 24 September 2015

Welcome to Quantitative Microbiology interest group @ UCSD

Announcements

Seminars of interest

Calendar



Research Activities

These are the main areas of current research in the group.

Microbial Physiology

Molecular and Synthetic Biology 

Group Activities

Resources