Science at the Edge Seminar Schedule
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.
|September 6||Josh Welch||Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics||University of Michigan||Quantitative Definition of Cell Identity through Single-Cell Data Integration|
|Elizabeth Read||Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering||University of California, Irvine||Noisy Dynamics in the Epigenome: Insights from Stochastic Modeling and Inference|
|September 20||Mattia Bacca||Mechanical Engineering||University of British Columbia||Micromechanics of Living Systems|
|September 27||Sheila Teves||Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||University of British Columbia||Transcriptional Memory and Dynamics in Embryonic Stem Cells|
|October 11||Iain Mathieson||Genetics||University of Pennsylvania||Tracking the Evolution of Human Complex Traits with Ancient DNA|
|October 18||Albert Migliori||Los Alamos National Laboratory||Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy An Odyssey in Measurement Science|
|October 25||Tony Szedlak||Research and Development||Auto-Owners Insurance||Innovation in Industry: Machine Learning and Data Analytics at Auto-Owners Insurance|
|November 1||Yuri Lyubchenko||Pharmaceutical Sciences||University of Nebraska Medical Center||Molecular Mechanisms of Proteins Self-Assembly in Aggregates by the On-Surface Catalysis Pathway|
|November 8||Carlo Piermarocchi||Physics and Astronomy||Michigan State University||Spin Glass Models of Cancer Cells|
|November 15||Jens Schmidt||Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology||Michigan State University||Using High-Resolution Optical Tweezers to Reveal the Mechanism of Processive Telomerase Catalysis|
|November 22||Elizabeth Holm||Materials Science and Engineering||Carnegie Mellon University||Artificial Intelligence for Generating Materials Science Knowledge|
|December 13||Chiara Bellini||Bioengineering||Northeastern University||Engineering Approach to Cardiovascular Health|
Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease Seminars:
George Mias, Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease (firstname.lastname@example.org)
David Arnosti, Quantitative Biology / Gene Expression in Development & Disease (email@example.com)
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