活動名稱 [2018 Seminar] 10/02 A SAGA of Wrestling with SUMO  

Topic:
A SAGA of Wrestling with SUMO

Speaker:
Dr. Hsiu-Ming Shih, Distinguished Investigator and Director, Institute of Molecular and Genomic Medicine, National Health Research Institutes.

Time: 03.00-04.30 PM
Date: 2018/10/02
Location: Science Building #5, S5-101, National Central University
(中央大學 科五館 101 室)

A distinguished seminar has been held in National Central University. Dr. Hsiu-Ming Shih who is an expert in Molecular medicine field.
He is also a Distinguished Investigator and Director in the Institute of Molecular and Genomic Medicine at National Health Research Institutes.

He graduated for a doctoral degree from the University of Minnesota, USA. His research specialties are in protein-protein interaction and modification, cancer cell signaling, and transcriptional control with SUMO modification approach. For a few years, he have been focusing on the molecular mechanism of Daxx protein in transcriptional control and sumoylation through a SUMO-interacting motif.

At the seminar, He talked about a journey of SUMO which were Daxx meet sumoylated factors, identification of Daxx, phosphorylation and acetylation modulated SUMO interaction, and substrate-specific recognition. SUMO modification is an important post-translational control of cellular events in which his studies explore the
underlying mechanisms as to how cell modulates the levels of sumoylated factors in SUMO modification.

At the end of the seminar, Dr. Shih told the students about how hardworking he is and how much time he had spent on his research, saying that it was a very long way (of research). Dr. Shih also gave the advice to all students to give contribution to society. With the knowledge we have, we can share everything we have to help people.


Recorded by Andhika Renaldi & Condro Wati

 
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