Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

FACULTY VIDEOS

13 videos listed
Odor Coding in Piriform Cortex
"How does information encoded in neuronal spike trains guide sensory decisions? Naoshige Uchida and colleagues ...
June 29, 2012
Study Suggests Neural Wiring Peaks at Birth and Then it's All Downhill from There
Professor Jeff W. Lichtman and Dr. Juan C. Tapia discuss their recent study published in ...
June 9, 2012
Inside the Lab: Andrew Murray
Professor Andrew Murray describes the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University. View ...
June 8, 2012
Andrew Murray - Part 1: Yeast Sex - An Introduction
Professor Andrew Murray begins his talk by explaining why he studies sex in yeast not ...
July 1, 2011
Andrew Murray - Part 2: How to shmoo and find a mate
Professor Andrew Murray describes experiments done in his lab to learn more about mating in ...
July 1, 2011
Richard Losick - Part 1: Spore Formation in B. Subtilis
How do simple cells differentiate, assemble into communities, and cope with change? Professor Richard Losick ...
April 1, 2008
Richard Losick - Part 2: New Research on Multicellularity
Part 2 presents research on the capacity of B. subtilis cells to form architecturally complex ...
April 1, 2008
Richard Losick - Part 3: Stochasticity and Cell Fate
Part 3 presents research showing that B. subtilis uses a bet hedging strategy for coping ...
April 1, 2008
Catherine Dulac - Part 1: Sex and Smell: Chemosensory Detection
Pheromones have evolved to signal the sex and the dominance status of animals and to ...
Dec. 1, 2007
Catherine Dulac - Part 2: Molecular Biology of Pheromone Perception
"What is happening specifically regarding the detection of pehromones? What are the systems that detect ...
Dec. 1, 2007
Catherine Dulac - Part 3: Sex-Specificity of Pheromone Responses
At a higher level of complexity, I will discuss a distinct olfactory structure called the ...
Dec. 1, 2007