Research Seminar Series

Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

TOPIC: "Redefining the Effect of Insulin on Microtubules Thanks to Microtubule-Associated Protiens" & "TBD"
SPEAKERS: Paul Langlais, PhD, & Christina Laukaitis, MD, PhD
 

Dr. Paul Langlais:For over the past twenty years Paul Langlais has been performing discovery-based research in the field of insulin signal transduction. In addition, he has also become proficient at mass spectrometry-based label-free quantitative proteomics, i.e. the adaptation of mass spectrometry to the quantification of protein post-translational modification levels and/or protein expression levels among groups and/or treatments as well as exploring protein-protein associations via interactome characterization. Paul has experience in researching the role proteins play in the insulin signal transduction cascade, and how these proteins are regulated by either post-translational modification or by protein-protein interactions. Paul also specializes in contributing quantitative proteomics experiments to collaborators in need of this technique.
 

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The monthly series, which began in September 2016, runs through June with lectures held on the second Thursday of the month—same time, same location. A light lunch will be served in the style of Grand Rounds.

 

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