Science at the Edge Spring 2020 Seminar Series
Traditionally distinct scientific disciplines are merging to create new opportunities. Share the excitement and challenge through seminars and discussions with nationally recognized pioneers in Science at the Edge!
Science at the Edge seminars are presented at 11:30am on Fridays in 1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building, unless noted otherwise.
Refreshments are served at 11:15am before Friday seminars.
|Collin Stultz||Electrical Engineering & Computer Science||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Computational Biophysics and Machine Learning in Medicine: Applications from the Molecule to the Patient|
|Jennifer Mulle||Human Genetics||Emory University School of Medicine||Chromosome, Interrupted: The 3q29 Interval and Risk for Neuropsychiatric Illness|
|February 7||Caitlin Davis||Chemistry||Yale University||Protein Dynamics: Connecting in Vitro, in Cell, and in Vivo|
|February 28||Huan Lei||Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering||Michigan State University||Data-Driven Modeling of Multiscale Multiphysics Systems Beyond Equilibrium|
|March 13||Yuri Lyubchenko||Pharmaceutical Sciences||University of Nebraska Medical Center||Molecular Mechanisms of Proteins Self-Assembly in Aggregates by the On Surface Catalysis Pathway|
|March 20||Hoi Sung Chung||National Institutes of Health||Single molecule FRET Studies of Binding and Oligomerization of Disordered Proteins|
|March 27||Patrick Alford||Biomedical Engineering||University of Minnesota||Single-Cell Smooth Muscle Mechanics: Toward Unlocking the Mechanisms of Vascular Mechanobiology|
|April 3||Brian Kelch||Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology||University of Massachusetts Medical School||Biological Micromachines: Motors, Rings, Springs and Things|
|April 10||Emilia Huerta-Sanchez||Ecology and Evolutionary Biology||Brown University||On the Number and the Timing of Introgression Events in Humans|
|April 17||Katherine Yanhang Zhang||Biomedical Engineering||Boston University||Structural and Mechanical Inhomogeneities in Arterial Extracellular Matrix: Implication for Physiology and Disease|
Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease Seminars:
Alex Dickson, Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease (firstname.lastname@example.org)
George Mias, Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease (email@example.com)
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