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 Joint Health Science Center, Seminar Room.

Spring 2022 Seminars


1 – CCIB Student Seminar, Nidhi Sheth, Chris Sottolano, and Stacy Love

8 – Dr. Allen W. Nicholson, Professor of Biology and Chemistry & Associate Dean, Temple University (Host: Fu)

15 – CCIB Student Seminar, Jim Kelley

22 – Dr. Enrique Rojas, Assistant Professor of Biology, New York University (Host: Klein) **CNS101 


1 – Dr. Rachel Riley, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Rowan University (Host: Fu)

8 – Dr. Stephen K. Burley, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology & Henry Rutgers Chair, Rutgers University – New Brunswick (Host: Zhu) **CNS101 

22 – Student Choice Seminar: Dr. Yun Liang, Assistant Professor of Medical Microbiology & Immunology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

29 – Dr. Yuejin Li, Assistant Professor of Biology, Morgan State University, (Host: Salas)


5 – Dr. Jennifer L. Ross, Professor and Department Chair, Syracuse University (Host: Brannigan)

12 – Dr. Rongsheng (Ross) Wang, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Temple University (Host: Fu) **CNS101 

19 – Dr. Ting Wang, Inaugural Sanford and Karen Loewentheil Distinguished Professor of Medicine, McDonnell Genome Institute, Washington University School of Medicine. (Host: Zhu) **CNS101 

26 – Student Choice Seminar: Dr. James J. Collins, Termeer Professor of Medical Engineering & Science & Professor of Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Past Seminars

See a list of past CCIB seminars.


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.