“Transcriptional Adaptation, a Newly Discovered Mode of Genetic Compensation”
The 42nd Annual Oliver H. Lowry Lecture is hosted by the Department of Developmental Biology.
The Lowry Lecture is held annually to honor the many contributions of the late Oliver Lowry to the field of biochemistry and metabolic regulation, as well as to Washington University. Dr. Lowry came to Washington University in 1947 and chaired the Department of Pharmacology from 1947 to 1976. He was Dean of the School of Medicine from 1955-1958. He became an Emeritus Professor in 1979, and served as acting Department Chair from 1989-1990. He remained an active member of the Department through 1994.
Refreshments begin at 4:15p
For inquiries contact Amy Kapucho.