Meetings

 

Date

Time

Location

Meeting Purpose

Speaker

Title

4/6/2018
12:30 PM
SHM C428
Research in Progress Meeting

Elsa Yan

Yale U.

Structural and Functional Studies of Family B G Protein-Coupled Receptors

Tony Koleske

Yale U.

Regulation of NMDA Receptor Function by GluN2B Phosphorylation
2/2/2018 12:30 PM SHM C428 Research in Progress Meeting

Melissa Monsey

(Taylor Laboratory)

Yale U.
Profiling the Proteome of the Amygdala Following Memory Retrieval and Garcinol Administration

Rebecca Taugher

U. Iowa
The Role of Acid-sensing Ion Channel-1A in the Regulation of the Nucleus Accumbens Neuroproteome.
1/5/2018 12:30 PM SHM C428 Research in Progress Meeting

Tony Cijsouw

(Biederer Laboratory)

Tufts U.
Mapping the Proteome of the Synaptic Cleft Through Reporter Proteins

Joachim de Klerk Uys

(Kalivas Laboratory)

Medical U. South Carolina
Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of S-glutathionylated Proteins after Cocaine Self-administration and Drug Seeking
11/3/2017
12:30 PM
SHM C428 Research in Progress Meeting

Ryan Logan

U. Pittsburgh

Circadian Rhythms and Addiction: The Role of the Circadian Transcription Factor NPAS2 in Cocaine and Morphine Reward

Veronica Musante

(Nairn Laboratory)

Yale U.
Control of Protein Phosphatase PP2A in Striatum: a cAMP-regulated Switch Involving ARPP-16, PKA and MAST3 Proteins
10/6/2017 12:30 PM SHM C428 Research in Progress Meeting

Marina Picciotto

Yale U.

A Systematic Evaluation of High-affinity α4β2 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Phosphorylation

Mary Torregrossa

U. Pittsburgh

Identification of Novel Regulators of Memory Extinction and Reconsolidation Using Phosphoproteomics
6/2/2017 12:30 PM SHM C428 Research in Progress Meeting

Becky Carlyle

 (Nairn Laboratory)

A Proteomic Survey of the Postnatal Human Brain
Sreeganga Chandra Protein Palmitoylation and Neurodegeneration
4/26/13

8:00 AM

to 

3:20 PM

Institute for Excellence 

Room #157

300 George St.

Advisory Board Meeting

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2013 Meeting of the Yale/NIDA Neuroproteomics Center Registration.

3/15/13 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

Lakshmi Devi  
(Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai/Pharmacology and Systems Therapeutics, Neuroscience, Psychiatry) 

Morphine Regulated Synaptic Networks using an Integrated Proteomics and Network Analysis Approach.

Samuel Sathyanesan

(Psychiatry)

Cerebrospinal fluid proteomics in depression and a comparative analysis of the choroid plexus.

12/9/11 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

Maria Morabito 
(U. Mass. Medical School/Cell Biology & Neuroscience)

Cdk5 regulates PSD-95 ubiquitination in neurons.

Michelle Pirruccello
(De Camilli Lab)
(Cell Biology)

A new protein interaction surface on OCRL, a protein whose dysfunction produces Lowe syndrome.

9/23/11 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

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Sreeganga Chandra 
(Neurology & Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology) 

 

Systematic Proteomics Identifies Novel Clients of the Presynaptic Co-chaperone CSP alpha.

A.J. Robinson

(Nestler Lab)

Cocaine engages a feed forward loop involving DeltaFosB and CaMKII in the nucleus accumbens.

6/3/11 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

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George Craft
(Naim Lab) (Psychiatry/Pharmacology)

"Ubiquitin Neuroproteomics."

Thomas Biederer (Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry)

"Proteomics of synaptogenic adhesion complexes."

4/1/11 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

Tu Lam
(Keck Lab)

"Protein post translational modifications: from sample preparation to interpretation of results."

Arthur Simen
(Psychiatry)

"Insights into vulnerability during post-natal development and late life using label-free and multiple reaction monitoring proteomics."

1/7/11 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

Chris Colangelo
(Keck Lab)

"Global Targeted Proteome Analysis."

Matt Fleming
(Pharmacology)

"Phosphorylation regulates gating and channel-protein interaction in the Slack KNa channels."

11/5/10 Noon CMHC W212 Progress Meeting

Jesse Rinehart
(Cellular & Molecular Physiology)

"From kinase-substrate discovery to kinome wide profiling via quantitative MS."

 

Drew Kiraly
(UCONN Health Center, Neuroscience)

 

"Kalirin 7 as a PSD signaling mode."

2/12/2010 12:30 PM CMHC W212 Kick-Off Meeting

Ken Williams
Angus Nairn

"Center Overview and Pilot Project Grant Announcement."

 Core Directors 

"Protein Profiling/ Biophysics,  Protein PTM's,

Targeted Proteomics."