CDA Talks @ HMS
The CDA@HMS lecture series brings Career Development Awardees to Harvard to report on their work in Italy, and helps foster collaboration between the scientific talent supported by the Armenise Harvard Foundation on both sides of the Atlantic.
In April, 2018, the Foundation launched the lecture series with a talk by Rosella Visintin at the Department of Cell Biology on Clb2 phosphorylation and de-phosphorylation dynamics set the conditions for anaphase progression.
In July, 2018, Vincenzo Costanzo presented to the Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology on Mechanisms of replication fork protection.
During July, 2019, Federico Forneris was invited by Adrian Salic, from the HMS Cell Biology Department, to give a talk as part of the department’s “Cell Biology and Disease” series, titled Molecular architectures, interactions and functions of neuromuscular synapse organizers.
And on November 8, 2019, Matteo Iannacone’s talk to the Immunology Department, hosted by Uli von Andrian, was on Spatiotemporal dynamics and genomic landscape of CD8+ T cells undergoing intrahepatic priming.