Molecular and Cell Biology Seminar Topics List

Updated on 04/04/2015

1) Non-Coding RNAS And Regulation


3) Chromatin And Regulation

4) Cell Adhesion/Signaling In The Immune System

5) Epigenetics And Cloning

6) Gene Expression In Trypanosomes

7) Two Component Regulatory Systems

8) Regulation Of Ribosome Biosynthesis

9) Apoptosis In Biology And Medicine

10) What Have We Learned About Human Evolution

11) Migration From Mitochondrial DNA Analysis

12) Apoptosis In Biology And Medicine

13) Oncogenes Vs Tumor Suppressors

14) Embryonic Stem Cell Research In The US And Abroad

15) Muscular Dystrophy

16) Making Sense Of Taste

17) SNARE Proteins In Cellular Membrane Trafficking

18) Superantigens

19) Virus-Encoded Superantigens

20) Rearrangement of Immunoglobin Genes

21) Autoimmune Diseases

22) Mucosal Surfaces, Alternative Target Sites For Vaccines

23) How The Immune System Recognizes Virus-Infected Cells?

24) Evading Our Immune System

25) Viral Disease Resistance in Plants

26) Human Papillomaviruses

27) HIV Protease Inhibitors, A New Class of Antiviral Drugs

28) Status of Vaccine Research for HIV/AIDS

29) Use of Viruses as Vectors for Treating Diseases in Humans And Animals

30) Herpesvirus Latency in Neurons

31) Chemokine Receptors and HIV Infection

32) Neuraminidase Inhibitors, a New Class of Anti-Influenza Drugs

33) Computer-Aided Design of Antiviral Drugs

34) Smallpox And Bioterrorism

35) Defining Disease in the Genomics Era.

36) Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)

37) Bovine Spongiform Encephnalopathy (BSE)

38) Plant/Microbe Interactions Important In Phytoremediation

39) Molecular Electronics: Assembling Nanocircuits

40) Nitrogen Fixation By Spirochetes.

41) Microbial Alchemy: Using Bacteria To Mine Precious Metals

42) Current status of Lyme Disease research

43) The increase in antimicrobial resistance

44) Ebola, a newly emerging disease

45) Moribilliviruses and wildlife diseases

46) Global climate change and change in disease distributions.

47) Good bacteria in and on our bodies and in our environment

48) Malaria - have we lost this biowar?

49) Tropical Medicine and Pharmaceuticals

50) AIDS in Africa: Resource Needs for HIV/AIDS

51) The Foot-and-Mouth epidemic in Great Britain.

52) Brain Implants

53) Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry

54) Micro Electronic Pill

55) Carbon Nanotube Flow Sensors

56) Biometrics Based Authentication Systems

57) Bacterio Rhodopsin Memory

58) Bio Chips

59) Bioinformatics

60) Disease Detection Using Bio-robotics

61) Nanorobotics

62) Nanotechnology

63) Optical Coherence Tomography

64) Biomagnetism

65) Biometrics

66) Blue Brain

67) Brain Gate

68) Antigenic shift and drift of influenza virus, genetic basis and clinical implication

69) Palm Vein Technology

70) Virtual Surgery

71) Proteomics

72) Robotic Surgery

73) Sensitive Skin


75) Hybridoma Technology

76) Iris Scanning

77) Medical Imaging

78) Thermography

79) Treating Cardiac Disease With Catheter-Based Tissue Heating

80) CorDECT

81) Helicobacter pylori and GI tract disease

82) Genetic predisposition to cancer

83) Mycobacterium tuberculosis and antibiotic resistance

84) Four Corners Disease (Hantavirus)

85) Pathogen identification and food safety

86) Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases

87) Streptococcal toxic-shock syndrome

88) Streptococci; "Flesh-eating bacteria"

89) Microsporidiosis, a new human disease previously known only in animals

90) TB and antibiotic resistance, a re-emerging disease and public health problem.

91) Role of bacteriocins in food safety

92) Developing "Ethnic" Drugs; accounting for inherited physiological differences.