Anyone who took high school biology probably remembers drawings of the human cell, with its round nucleus toward the center and bean-shaped mitochondria nearby. That tiny human cell, about the width of a human hair, also contains numerous smaller structures that can almost magically move from one place to another to perform a variety of cellular functions.
Dr. Michael Rosen, Chair of the Department of Biophysics, an Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), and holder of the Mar Nell and F. Andrew Bell Distinguished Chair in Biochemistry, will share his research about these newly described cellular structures with the campus community. Titled “Like Oil From Water: How the Cell Interior is Organized by Phase Separation,” watch the live, virtual event at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 11.
Thursday, March 11 at 4:00pm to 5:00pmVirtual Event
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