Harki Lab Supergroup Meetings
Fall 2021 - Spring 2022
First Thursday of the month; 10 am
1-101 Microbiology Research Facility (MRF)
October 8 (Friday, 1-125 CCRB): Research – Jian; Literature – Jared; Mechanisms – Kellan
November 4: Research – Mckenzie; Research – Dami; Literature – Jake
December 2: Research – Laura; Research – Kellan; Literature – Michael
January 6, 2022: Research – Michael; Literature – Kat; Mechanisms – Jared
February 3: Research – Kat; Literature – Sam; Mechanisms – Connie
March 3: Research – Sam; Research – Ram; Literature – Ella
April 7: Research – Jake; Literature – Jian; Mechanisms – Ram
May 5: Research – Jared; Literature – Laura; Mechanisms – Jake
June 2: Research – Ella; Research – Connie; Literature – Mckenzie
RESEARCH TALKS (40-45 mins). Research talks are formal presentations and should include: (I) a detailed background discussion, (II) a brief summary of previous results, (III) an extensive presentation of current data (since last research talk), and (IV) a future directions and goals slide. A well-crafted talk with publication-caliber graphics is expected. A copy of this presentation should be deposited into the Group Folder on the Harki lab server shortly after group meeting.
LITERATURE TALKS (10-15 mins). Manuscripts for discussion must be distributed (email is fine) no later than Tuesday evening. Literature talks are critical presentations of recent manuscripts from the scientific literature. Presentations should include: (I) a brief introduction into the area of science relevant to the selected manuscript, (II) a discussion of the selected paper, and (III) your overall opinion(s) of the study. Manuscripts for presentation should be relevant to the research conducted in the Harki laboratory. A copy of this presentation should be deposited on the Harki lab server.
Problem Sets (30 mins): Problem sets (and solutions) will be prepared by group members on a rotating basis. The group member responsible for directing the problem session will prepare a 5-10 minute chalk-talk on a particular transformation (or family of transformations) and then provide 5-10 representative problems to be solved by members of the group during the meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting the problem set will be archived digitally onto the Harki lab server for future reference.
Chemical Biology Interest Group (CBIG) Research Meetings