DeWitt Stetten, Jr. Lecture

The DeWitt Stetten, Jr. Lecture was established by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences in 1982 and is presented annually in honor of Dr. Stetten, who was the third NIGMS director.

October 13, 1982
"A Molecular Analysis of Genes That Determine Developmental Pathways"
David S. Hogness

October 5, 1983
"Left-Handed Z-DNA and the Regulation of Transcription"
Alexander Rich

October 31, 1984
"Cellular Signaling: What Does the Structure of the Acetylcholine Receptor Tell Us About Its Function?"
Robert M. Stroud

October 30, 1985
"The Molecular Basis of Differential Gene Activity"
Donald D. Brown

October 8, 1986
"Heat Shock: Cellular Response to Environmental Stresses"
Mary Lou Pardue

October 7, 1987
DNA-Protein Interactions in the Control of Gene Expression
"The trp Repressor: The Chemical Details of a Genetic Switch"
Paul B. Sigler
"How Proteins See DNA and Turn Genes On and Off"
Mark S. Ptashne
"What DNA Viruses Are Telling Us About Genetic
Regulation in Animal Cells"
Steven L. McKnight

October 12, 1988
"Sequence-Specific Recognition of DNA: A Synthetic Approach"
Peter B. Dervan

October 18, 1989
"The Control of Timing and Spatial Organization During Cellular Differentiation"
Lucy Shapiro

November 7, 1990
"Synthesis of Telomeres"
Elizabeth H. Blackburn

October 23, 1991
"The Biochemical Machinery Regulating the Cell Division Cycle"
Marc W. Kirschner

October 28, 1992
From Basic Research to Biotechnology
"RNA as an Enzyme: From Chemistry to Biotechnology"
Thomas R. Cech
"Catalytic Antibodies"
Peter G. Schultz
"Cellular Biotechnology: Engineering Metabolism fr Enhanced Productivity and New Products"
James E. Bailey

October 20, 1993
"Spliceosome: A Dynamic Ribonucleoprotein"
Christine Guthrie

October 19, 1994
"A Chemical Approach to Understanding and Controlling Signal Transduction"
Stuart L. Schreiber

October 18, 1995
"Design of Proteins and Drugs"
Peter S. Kim