The Johns Hopkins Gazette: January 26, 1998

Jan. 26-Feb. 2

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Monday, Jan. 26

East Baltimore

12:15 p.m. "The Role of Rehabilitation Medicine in Injury Control," a Center for Injury Research and Policy seminar with Barbara De Lateur; 250 Hampton House.

3 p.m. Otolaryngology Grand Rounds with various speakers; 6150 Outpatient Center.


Noon. "Digital Imaging of Microtubule Dynamics and Kinetosome Function in Vertebrates and Yeast," a Carnegie Institution of Washington Embryology seminar with Ted Salmon, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Seminar Room, 115 W. University Pkwy.

2 p.m. The David Bodian Seminar in Neuroscience--"The Representation of Dynamics Spectra in the Responses of Primary Auditory Cortex" by Shihab Shamma, University of Maryland; 341 Krieger.

Tuesday, Jan. 27

East Baltimore

8:30 a.m. "Networking Opportunities," a Women's Forum/JHMI Caucus discussion group and social activity; Atrium, SHPH.

4:15 p.m. "Complement Receptor 1 (CR1, CD35) as a Receptor for C1q," an Immunology Council seminar with Anne Nicholson-Weller, Harvard Medical School; 2030 SHPH.

7 p.m. Christian Fellowship Meeting, musical worship and Bible study; Reed Hall Library. All are welcome.


Noon. "A Novel View of Neurulation in Amniotes," a Carnegie Institution of Washington Embryology seminar with Nicole le Douarin, Institut d Embryologie du College de France et du CNRS; Seminar Room, 115 W. University Pkwy.

4 p.m. "Settlers, Regions and Identity in Early America," a National Cultures and the Construction of the Modern World pro-seminar with James Horn, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture; 315 Gilman.

7:30 p.m. Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Discussion and Social Group; 217 Ames. For information, call Bob at 410-889-7081.

Wednesday, Jan. 28

East Baltimore

9:15 a.m. "The 2.5A Structure of the HIV-1 Envelope Glycoprotein, gp120, in Complex with CD4 and a Neutralizing Antibody," a Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry seminar with Peter Kwong, Columbia University; 517 PCTB.

12:15 p.m. "MCH Connections: Federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau," a Maternal and Child Health seminar with Audrey Nora, Gontran Lamberty and Samuel Kessel, MCHB; Hampton House Lecture Hall.

12:15 p.m. "Reproductive Health [Seen] through a Gender Lens," an International Health seminar with Gretchen Bloom, USAID Bureau for Asia and the Near East; 2008 SHPH.

4 p.m. "Coagulation Disease," with various speakers; 1024 Blalock.

5:30 p.m. "The New Face of Psychotherapy," a lecture by Daniel Buccino; Mountcastle Auditorium, PCTB. Part of the humanities series "The Manners of Healing: Communication and Civil Exchange" sponsored by Cultural Affairs. For more information, call 410-955-3363.


Noon. General Body Meeting for the Black Faculty and Staff Association; Great Hall, Levering.

Noon. Carnegie Institution of Washington Embryology Progress Report by Phil Newmark; Seminar Room, 115 W. University Pkwy.

4 p.m. American History Seminar--"Skilled Slaves in Colonial Maryland, 1730-75" by Mariana Dantas, and "Defining the Domestic Economy: Brewing in Massachusetts Bay, 1640-90" by James McWilliams; 315 Gilman.


8 p.m. Concert by The Maia Quartet--violinists Amy Appold and Timothy Shiu, violist Elizabeth Oakes and cellist Amos Yang--performing works by Beethoven, Bartok and Dvorak; Friedberg Concert Hall. Tickets are $16, $8 for senior citizens and $5 for students. For information, call 410-659-8124. Part of the Sylvia Adalman Artist Recital Series.

Thursday, Jan. 29

East Baltimore

Noon. "Control of Virulence Gene Expression in Corynebacterium diphtheriae: Molecular Genetics and Structure of DtxR," an Infectious Diseases and Molecular Microbiology and Immunology seminar with John Murphy, Boston University Medical Center; 2030 SHPH.

1 p.m. "Early Embryonic Lineages and Signaling that Establish Retinal Fate," a Neuroscience research seminar with Sally Moody, George Washington University Medical Center; 811 WBSB.

4 p.m. "Paternal Influences on Embryogenesis," a Reproductive Biology seminar with Christopher DeJonge, University of Nebraska Medical Center; 240 Houck. Sponsored by Population Dynamics/Urology/OB-GYN.

4 p.m. "Activation of Transcription in E. coli by Arbitrary Protein-Protein Contacts," a Molecular Biology and Genetics seminar with Ann Hochschild, Harvard Medical School; 517 PCTB.


Noon. Carnegie Institution of Washington Emryology Journal Club, with Andy Fire; Seminar Room, 115 W. University Pkwy.

Friday, Jan. 30


2 p.m. "Death and Taxes: Nets and Caches," a colloquium with David Keyes, Old Dominion University and NASA Langley Research Center; Parsons Auditorium. The program will be simulcast to 218 Maryland Hall on the Homewood campus.


Noon. "Polymer Models of Meiotic and Mitotic Chromosomes," a Carnegie Institution of Washington Embryology seminar with Eric Siggia, The Rockefeller University; Seminar Room, 115 W. University Pkwy.

7:30 p.m. Agape Campus Ministry, weekly meeting; 100 Shaffer.

7:30 p.m. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, weekly group meeting; Garrett Room, MSE Library.

8:30 p.m. Astronomy Open House, public viewing; Bloomberg Center Observatory. For information, call 410-516-6525.

Saturday, Jan. 31

East Baltimore

11 a.m. "A Quarter Century of Cardiac Transplantation," a Clinical Pharmacology conjoint clinic with Edward Kasper; Turner Auditorium.

Monday, Feb. 2

East Baltimore

12:15 p.m. "Fertility Transitions Reassessed," a Population Center seminar with John Cleland, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; 2030 SHPH.

12:15 p.m. "Traumatic Amputees: Prosthetic Use and Long-Term Outcomes," a Center for Injury Research and Policy seminar with Tim Dillingham; 250 Hampton House.


12:15 p.m. "Rebuilding Distressed Communities," an Institute for Policy Studies brown bag seminar with Michael Seipp, East Baltimore Community Action Coalition; 5th Floor Conference Room, Wyman Building.

3 p.m. The Don P. Giddens Inaugural Professorial Lecture--"Sediment Transport: Experiments and Applications to River Channel Change" by Peter Wilcock; Arellano Theater, Levering. A reception will follow in the Glass Pavilion.