The CCIB seminar series offers interesting presentations related to research in computational and integrative biology. The presentations reflect the types of collaborative research being done at the center and provide an opportunity to come together as a community for informal discussions and conversation.
Unless noted, all seminars take place weekly, on Tuesdays, during the free period (12:45-1:45 pm) in the Science Building Lecture Hall. Coffee and snacks are provided.
Fall 2019 Seminars
10 – CCIB Student Jim Kelley (Grigoriev Lab)
17 – Dr. Matt Hansen, Senior Research Scientist, Tishkoff Lab, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (Host: Dr. Grace Brannigan)
24 – Dr. Alistair Boettiger, Assistant Professor, Department of Developmental Biology, Stanford University (Host: Dr. Jongmin Nam)
8 – CCIB Students Stacy Love (Salas Lab) & Zheming An (Piccoli Lab)
22 – Dr. Seth Rudman, Postdoc, Paul Schmidt Lab, University of Pennsylvania (Host: Dr. Angélica González)
29 – Dr. Fidelma Boyd, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware Biology
5 – CCIB Students Heather Ciallella (Zhu Lab) & Gabriele Stankeviciute (Klein Lab) & Swati Sharma (Zhu Lab)
12 – Dr. Zemer Gitai, Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University (Host: Dr. Eric Klein)
19 – Dr. Yi-Wei Chang, Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania (Host: Dr. Eric Klein)
26 – Thursday schedule
3 – CCIB Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Eric Klein
10 – CCIB Students Chris Sottolano (Yakoby Lab) & Nidhi Sheth (Grgicak Lab)
CCIB Seminar Evaluation Form
If you are a registered student for CCIB Seminar, you will need to complete a seminar evaluation form at the conclusion of each seminar. Seminar Evaluation must submitted by Wednesday following seminar at 4 pm. Failing to complete the feedback by the deadline will be registered as “No Attendance” in class. The seminar evaluation form can be found here: CCIB SEMINAR EVALUATION FORM.