Thursday, December 14, 4:30 PM

Dario C. Altieri
UMass Memorial Cancer Center

Surviving Checkpoints

At Boston University Medical Campus (BUMC)
715 Albany Street, Boston, MA
The Leonard S. Gottlieb Conference Room  I
nstructional (L) Building Room L804 

Light Reception before Seminar 


Thursday, January 11,  5:00 PM 
Richard Kennedy
Dana Farber Cancer Institute

SiRNA Library Approaches to Study the Fanconi Anemia Pathway and Identify New Targets for Cancer Treatment 

Amy Yee
TuftsNew EnglandMedicalCenter

The HBP1 Transcriptional Repressor and Invasive Breast Cancer

Minot Room,  Countway Library,
Harvard Medical School
10 Shattuck St.,  Boston, MA 

Light Reception before Seminar 


Thursday, February 15,  4:15 PM 
Al Charest

Modeling Malignant Brain Cancer in Mice
Seshi Sompuram
Boston UniversitySchool of Medicine

Malignant Transformation In Multiple Myeloma Is Linked To BCR
Specificity: Cytomegalovirus Is A CommonParaprotein Target

At Massachusetts Institute of Technology
McGovern Auditorium Whitehead Institute
Nine Cambridge Center
Cambridge, MA 02142

Light Reception before Seminar


Wednesday, March 15 ,  4:30 PM

Chiang J. Li
Boston Biomedical

Target cancer cells selectively and broadly: checkpoint pathway activators and a selective cancer metastatic pathway (c-Met) inhibitor
Sue Hankinson

Endogenous hormones and risk of breast cancer in women

At Tufts New England Medical Center
Jaharis Family CTR for Biomedical
and Nutrition Sciences, Rm 508
150 Harrison Avenue
Boston MA 02111

Light Reception before Seminar


Ruth Sager Memorial Lecture 
Monday,  April 30,  4:30 PM

A Molecular Portrait of Brain Metastases of Breast Cancer

Patricia  S. Steeg
Chief, Women’s Cancers Center
Laboratory of Molecular Pharmacology    
Director, Molecular Therapeutics Program
Cancer Research Program
National Cancer Institute  

Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Jimmy Fund Auditorium
35 Binney Street, Boston, MA

Reception in the lobby following lecture

Apffel Memorial Lecture   
Tuesday, June 19 ,  5:00 PM  

Genetic control of programmed cell death
in C. elegans
H. Robert Horvitz
David H Koch
Professor of Biology
McGovern Institute of Brain Research
Howard Hugues Medical Institute
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Sherman Auditorium
330 Brookline Ave, Boston, MA

Light supper in Board Room of Shapiro Building will follow lecture

updated by John O'Hara