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January Calendar of Events
Small Animal Medicine Rounds Break Room, Small Animal Hospital, 9 a.m. Grafton campus.
Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology "Genetic Dissection of Signaling Pathways in Breast Development and Cancer," Dr. Cathrin Brisken, assistant professor, Harvard Medical School. Chitra Biswas Conference Room (M&V 105), 4 p.m. Boston campus.
Musical Comedy "Curve 9," starring Tufts alum Josuah Wolkomire, A00. In this musical comedy that examines the black hole between science and religion, Wolkomire plays Noah, a laid-off factory worker with a drinking problem. His recently cryogenically defrosted wife, Shirley, and a genetic engineer android embark on a trip to save the human race. "Curve 9" is a blend of funky tunes, fantastic dance interludes and costumes that turn punk inside out. Nexus Theater Center, 255 Elm St., Davis Square, Somerville. Through January 26. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $20 for students; for tickets, call (617) 623-1209.
Gross Pathology Rounds Necropsy Room, Small Animal Hospital, 4 p.m. Grafton campus.
Immunology "DNA Double-Strand Breaks, RNA Editing and Other Puzzles in the Diversification of Immunoglobulin Genes," Dr. David Schatz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Yale University School of Medicine. DeBlois B Auditorium, Sackler Center, 4 p.m. Boston campus.
Editor's note: The deadline for Calendar submissions for the February 1 issue of the Tufts Journal is Tuesday, January 22. Submissions may be e-mailed to email@example.com or you may send Calendar announcements to Barbara Lewis, Office of Publications, 200 Boston Ave., Medford campus.
As the university celebrates its sesquicentennial during the 2001-2002
academic year, a number of events revolve around the 150th anniversary
of Tufts. For more information about sesquicentennial events, visit the
web site celebrate150.tufts.edu