“Can simple cells model complex neurodegenerative diseases?” (Rosalind Franklin Lecture, Kings College London, January 2012), 74:07

“Heat Shock Proteins and Their Implications” (Paradigm Shifts: From Biology to Technology to Medical Applications: Conquering Cancer through the Convergence of Science and Engineering Symposium, A MIT150 Symposium, 2011)

“Using Simple Cells to Attack Complex Diseases” (Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT, A MIT150 Symposium, 2011)

“Protein Folding Driving Evolutionary Change” (Stanford University, December 2009), 1 hr, 18 mins

“Protein Folding Sculpting Evolutionary Change” (The EPFL School of Life Science Inaugural Symposium, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 2009), 37 mins, 46 sec.

“HSF and the Balancing Act between Neurodegeneration and Cancer” (NIH Pittman Lecture, June 10, 2009) 1:07:38

“Protein folding: sculpting evolutionary change, human health, and disease” (FASEB Excellence in Science Award, ASBMB Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 2009)

“The Surprising World of Prion Biology–A New Mechanism of Inheritance” (American Society for Cell Biology, iBioSeminars, November 2008)

“From Mad Cows to ‘Psi-chotic’ Yeast: Strange Diseases and Strange Genetics” (Lake Forest College Sesquicentennial, 21st Annual Volwiler Lecture, March 2007, Audio only)

“Using Simple Cells to Unlock Complex Secrets of Biology” (Northwestern University Center for Genetic Medicine, Richard A. Scott Lecture, December 2006)

“Prion Proteins: One Surprise After Another” (Boston College Landmark Seminars in Biology, March 2006)

“Mad Cows Meet Psi-Chotic Yeast: The Expansion of the Prion Hypothesis” (The DeWitt Stetten, Jr. Lecture, NIH, November 1998)