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BUFFALO DNA REPLICATION & REPAIR SYMPOSIUM SPEAKER LIST

2016

Johannes C. Walter, Ph.D.

Harvard Medical School
"Mechanisms of Vertebrate DNA Replication & Repair"

2015

Stephen D. Bell, Ph.D.

Indiana University
"DNA replication in the third domain of life"

 2014

Robert Bambara, Ph.D.

University of Rochester
"Regulation of the Fidelity of DNA Replication & Repair by Protein Acetylation: Potential to Slow Aging and Cancer Progression"

2013

Graham C. Walker, Ph.D.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Translesion DNA Polymerases, From Cancer Chemotherapy to Anibiotic Action”

2012

Thomas Glover, Ph.D.

University of Michigan
“Mechanisms of Copy Number Variant Formation – The Replication Stress Connection”

2011

Lawrence Loeb, Ph.D.

University of Washington
“Human Cancers Express a Mutator Phenotype: Origins, Manifestations and Targeting”

Garth Anderson, Ph.D.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute
“Genomic Instability in Cancer: Lessons from Patients Tissues”

Thomas Petes, Ph.D.

Duke University Medical Center
“Shuffling the Genetic Deck by Mitotic Recombination”

2010

Joyce L. Hamlin, Ph.D.

University of Virginia
“Rethinking the Way Replication is Controlled in Mammalian Cells: Close Up and Long-Range
Views”

2009

Peggy Hsieh, Ph.D.

NIH
“DNA Mismatch Repair: Genome Stability and DNA Damage Signaling”

2008

Michael O’Donnell, Ph.D.

Howard Hughes Investigator at Rockefeller University
"Replisome Dynamics that Overcome Obstacles to rReplication Fork Progession"

2007

Joel Huberman, Ph.D.

Roswell Park Cancer Institute
“Regulation of Origin Firing by the Replication Checkpoint and by Chromatin Structure”

2006

Kenneth Marians, Ph.D.

Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
“Mechanisms of Replication Fork Reactivation”

2005

Paul Nurse, Ph.D.

The Rockefeller University “Controlling S-Phase in Fission Yeast”

2004

Paul Russell, Ph.D.

Scripps Research Institute
“Recognition and Repair of DNA Damage in Fission Yeast”

2003

Stephen J. Elledge, Ph.D.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Baylor College
“Sensing and Responding to DNA Damage”

2002

John Newport, Ph.D.

University of California at San Diego
“Origin Assembly and Usage in Metazoans”

2001

Susan Gasser-Wilson, Ph.D.

University of Geneva, Switzerland
“Subnuclear Dynamics and the Timing of Origin Firing in Yeast”

2000

Melvin DePamphilis, Ph.D.

NIH
“Initiation of DNA Replication in the Metazoa”

Stephen P. Bell, Ph.D.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Assembly of Protein Complexes at Eukaryotic Origins of Replication”

1999

Dave Gilbert, Ph.D.

Florida State University

1998

Bik Tye, Ph.D.

Cornell University

Julian Blow, Ph.D.

University of Dundee, UK

1997

John Diffley, Ph.D.

Cancer Research United Kingdom