BiG Seminars

Dr. Cory Bruower Presenting
The Department of Bioinformatics and Genomics hosts a Weekly Seminar Series that covers research within Bioinformatics, Genomics, and Computational Biology. Seminars are free and open to the public. Seminars take place on Fridays at 2:30- 3:30 PM and will be held virtually until further notice. For speaker and topic suggestions, please contact, Dr. Cynthia Gibas. If you have questions about logistics or would like to set up an appointment with a speaker, please contact Trish Artis.

 

Bioinformatics Seminar Series, Fall 2020

Hosted Virtually Until Further Notice; 2:30-3:30pm

 
Sep 18 | Dr. Elaine Ostrander, NIH: "Dog Domestication Genomics" (LINK)

 

Sep 25| Dr. Steve Allison: "Earth's Drying Skin" (LINK)
 
Oct 2 | Dr. Jesse Kwiek: "HIV-1 Replication" (LINK)
 
Oct 9 | Dr. Xingyi Guo: "Multi-omics Approach to Uncover Susceptibility Genes in Human Cancers" (LINK)
 
Oct 16 | Dr. Christopher Fernandez Prada: "Zoonotic Parasites" (LINK)
 
Oct 23 | Dr. Jared Streich: "Genome-Wide Associations with Time Series Data" (LINK)
 
Oct 30  | Dr. Maria Salas-Fernandez: "High-throughput Phenotyping in Biomass Sorghum" (LINK)

 

Nov 6  | Dr. Tamar Carter: "Tropical Diseases" (LINK)

 

Nov 13  | Dr. Martin Mascher: "Crop Genome Assembly" (LINK)

 

Nov 20  | Dr. Christoph Boehmert: "Risk Communications" (LINK)

 

Dec 4  | Dr. Titus Brown: "Genomics Tools" (LINK)

 

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