BMS Journal Club

2021-22 Journal Club Schedule

Journal Club Chairs: Bruce Wang, MD and Tien Peng, MD
Day/Time: Thursdays, 12:00-1:00 p.m. except as noted
Links to the live stream and recorded video are in the sidebar.


**COVID-19 UPDATE**

As of 10/14/2021, Journal Club will be conducted via Zoom to meet COVID-19 social distancing requirements.

To watch remotely, join the meeting via the Zoom link sent out every week. You will also be able to ask questions of the presenters via Zoom. Please review our Zoom etiquette guidelines before joining the meeting.


The Zoom link and meeting password will be sent out to those on the BMS listservs the day of every journal club. Please contact Demian Sainz if you are not already on one of our listservs.


See the BMS Journal Club Archives in the right sidebar for past journal club descriptions and recordings.


September 9, 2021

*Introduction to Journal Club with JC Chairs Bruce Wang and Tien Peng*

Dave Toczyski, Ph.D. (Faculty)
“Mitocytosis: Cells leave a trail of organellar jetsam” 
Jaio et al, “Mitocytosis, a migrasome-mediated mitochondrial quality-control process.” 2021 Cell May 27: 184(11):2896-2910.e13.

Joe Germino (Student)
"Expanding the throughput of single cell transcriptomics via combinatorial preindexing"
Datlinger, P., Rendeiro, A.F., Boenke, T. et al. Ultra-high-throughput single-cell RNA sequencing and perturbation screening with combinatorial fluidic indexing. Nat Methods18, 635–642 (2021).
Coaches: Vasilis Ntranos, Ph.D. and Jimmie Ye, Ph.D.


September 16, 2021

Elphege-Pierre Nora, Ph.D. (Facutly)
"Nonlinear control of transcription through enhancer-promoter interactions"
Jessica Zuin, Gregory Roth, Yinxiu Zhan, Julie Cramard, Josef Redolfi, Ewa Piskadlo, Pia Mach, Mariya Kryzhanovska, Gergely Tihanyi, Hubertus Kohler, View ORCID ProfilePeter Meister, Sebastien Smallwood, Luca Giorgetti

 

Gabi Reeder (Student)
"Painting the chromatin landscape for optimal CAR T cell function"
Seo, H., González-Avalos, E., Zhang, W. et al. BATF and IRF4 cooperate to counter exhaustion in tumor-infiltrating CAR T cells. Nat Immunol 22, 983–995 (2021).
Coaches: Justin Eyquem, Ph.D. and Rachel Rutishauser, M.D., Ph.D.

 


September 23, 2021

Shaeri Mukherjee, Ph.D. (Faculty)
"Traveling waves: how bacterial pathogens rewire host membranes"
Hsieh, Ting-Sung, Lopez, Victor A., Black, Miles H., et al. Science. 2021 May 28;372(6545):935-941.

 

Marilyn Steyert (Student)
"Could've had a V1: Vision is required for cell-type specification in the visual cortex"
Cheng, S., Butrus, S., Xu, V., Sagireddy, S., Tan, L., Shekhar, K., & Zipursky, S. L. (2021). Vision is Required for Cell Type Specification in the Visual Cortex. bioRxiv.
Coaches: Tomasz Nowakowski, Ph.D. and Michael Oldham, Ph.D.


October 21, 2021

Journal Club this week has been rescheduled so the community can attend the Chancellor’s State of the University Address.


January 6, 2022

Amy Chen (Student)
TBD

 

Hanson Tam (Student)
TBD


January 13, 2022

Holly Steininger (Student)
TBD

 

Meagan Olive (Student)
TBD


January 20, 2022

Iris Chin (Student)
TBD

 

TBD (Student)


January 27, 2022

TBD (Student)

 

Grace Hernandez (Student)
TBD


February 3, 2022

Demi Sandel (Student)
TBD

 

Laura Dwyer (Student)
TBD


February 10, 2022

Max Krummel, Ph.D. (Faculty)
TBD

 

Maya Lopez-Ichikawa (Student)
TBD


February 17, 2022

Laine Goudy (Student)
TBD

 

Rhea Misra (Student)
TBD


February 24, 2022

Cuyler Luck (Student)
TBD

 

Kyle Jacobs (Student)
TBD


March 3, 2022

Owen Jiang (Student)
TBD

 

Juliana Sucharov Costa (Student)
TBD


March 10, 2022

Mary Clare Beytagh (Student)
TBD

 

Nav Lally (Student)
TBD


March 17, 2022

Min Joo Kim (Student)
TBD

 

Xian Liu (Student)
TBD


March 24, 2022

Jun Hyung Sin (Student)
TBD

 

Caroline Whitty (Student)
TBD


March 31, 2022

Nathan Ewing-Crystal (Student)
TBD

 

Kadellyn Sandoval Gutierrez (Student)
TBD


April 7, 2022

Kevin Ly (Student)
TBD

 

Max Foisey (Student)
TBD


April 14, 2022

Wendy Hung (Student)
TBD

 

Kevin Chen (Student)
TBD


April 21, 2022

Li Wang (Student)
TBD

 

Margaret Gadek (Student)
TBD


April 28, 2022

Julianne Riggs (Student)
TBD

 

Zack Mullin-Bernstein (Student)
TBD


May 5, 2022

Letitia Yang (Student)
TBD

 

Kaylee Wedderburn-Pugh (Student)
TBD


May 12, 2022

Lexi Schneider (Student)
TBD

 

Charlotte Wang (Student)
TBD


May 19, 2022

Tori Tran (Student)
TBD

 

Rita Loudermilk (Student)
TBD


May 26, 2022

Kyla Foster (Student)
TBD

 

Isabelle Young (Student)
TBD


June 2, 2022

Max Pass (Student)
TBD

 

Jingwen Ding (Student)
TBD


June 9, 2022

Evan Semenza (Student)
TBD

 

William Xie (Student)
TBD


June 16, 2022

TBD (Faculty)

 

Matt Arvedson (Student)
“Do these Tregs make me look fat? Adipose Tregs are composed of distinct subsets that contribute to age and obesity related metabolic disorders”
Li, Y., Lu, Y., Lin, SH. et al. Insulin signaling establishes a developmental trajectory of adipose regulatory T cells. Nat Immunol 22, 1175–1185 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41590-021-01010-3
Coaches: Sagar Bapat, M.D., Ph.D. and Ari B. Molofsky, M.D., Ph.D.