The training faculty and one more senior QCB trainee (post-candidacy, post-fellowship support) host QCB Journal Club (C689; 1 cr), a student-led seminar course open to all students and postdocs in trainer laboratories. Second- and third-year students must be registered for credit as part of the curricular requirements of the QCB training program.
In a typical semester, C689 is split up into four sessions, each organized by a different faculty member. For Spring 2022 schedule of classes, see below. Effective Fall 2020, we added formal sessions on Reproducibility and Rigor, organized by the course coordinator.
|Prof. David Giedroc||Introduction||Jan 13|
|Prof. Clay Fuqua||Bacterial diffusible signaling molecules||Jan 19, Jan 26, Feb 2, Feb 9|
|Prof. Jonathan Schlebach||Small molecule pharmachochaperones and proteostasis regulators in diseases of protein homeostasis||Feb 23, Mar 2, Mar 9, Mar 23|
|QCB trainee Brigham Pope||Engineered bacterial instruments for medicine, bioremediation and bioenergy||Mar 30, Apr 6, Apr 13|
|Prof. Yan Yu||Spatial organization of membrane receptors: from imaging to their function in cell signaling||Apr 20, Apr 27, May 4, May 11|
|Prof. David Giedroc||Reproducibility and Rigor|