Recommended Readings: Michael Rosbash, Ph. D. Oct. 9, 2009

Friday Lecture Series

Circadian Rhythms and the Transcriptional Feedback Loop

Michael Rosbach, Ph. D., professor and director

National Center for Behavioral Genomics, Brandeis University;

Howard Hughes Medical Institute, investigator

October 9, 2009

3:45 p.m.-5:00 p.m. (Refreshments, 3:15 p.m., Abby Lounge)

Caspary Auditorium

Recommended Articles:

Kadener, S., J. S. Menet, K. Sugino, M. D. Horwich, U. Weissbein, P. Nawathean, V. V. Vagin, P. D. Zamore, S. B. Nelson, and M. Rosbash. 2009. A role for microRNAs in the drosophila circadian clock. Genes and Development 23, (18): 2179-219

Kadener, S., D. Stoleru, M. McDonald, P. Nawathean, and M. Rosbash. 2007. Clockwork orange is a transcriptional repressor and a new drosophila circadian pacemaker component. Genes and Development 21, (13): 1675-168

Rosbash, M. 2009. The implications of multiple circadian clock origins. PLoS Biology 7, (3): 0421-0425

Shang, Y., L. C. Griffith, and M. Rosbash. 2008. Light-arousal and circadian photoreception circuits intersect at the large PDF cells of the drosophila brain. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105, (50): 19587-19594

Stoleru, D., P. Nawathean, M. d. l. P. Fernández, J. S. Menet, M. F. Ceriani, and M. Rosbash. 2007. The drosophila circadian network is a seasonal timer. Cell 129, (1): 207-219