Admissions & Info:
Courses & Resources
202-885-2176 Fax: 202-885-2182 firstname.lastname@example.org Hurst, Room 101
Senior Administrative Assistant
Celebrating 60 Years of the DNA Double Helix
Indoors in McDowell Formal Lounge
10-11:00 Poster Session for Undergrads and Graduate Students
11-12:00 "The NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program”
Bill Gahl (National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH)
12:30-12:45 "X-Ray the DNA! A Diffraction Distraction"
Nate Harshman (Physics)
12:50-1:05 "Using math to find genes"
John Nolan (Math/Stat)
1:10-1:25 "Using Mutational Spectra to
Fingerprint Carcinogen Exposure"
Albert Cheh (ENVS)
1:30-1:45 "Forensic DNA Analysis - CODIS"
Jim Girard (Chemistry)
1:50- 2:05 "Influence of Epigenetic Factors on
Morphine-Induced Conditioned Taste Aversion"
Maria Gomez-Serrano (Psychology)
2:10-2:25 "The Double Bind of the Genetic Tie"
Kim Leighton (Philosophy and Religion)
On the Quad (rain location: Hurst Hall Lobby)
2:30-4:30 Isolate your own DNA
3:00-3:30 DNA Trivia
3:45-4:15 DNA Replication Dance!
4:15-4:30 Reading of the Watson and Crick Paper
On the Quad or in the Amphitheatre (rain location: Ward Bldg, Rm 2)
7:30 Screening of GAATACA on the quad (108 minutes):
Arrive early to get a good seat and some popcorn!
Sun sets at 7:55