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What the Genetics of Complex Behavior Can (and Can't) Accomplish: Possibilities and Limitations for a Genetics of Human Behavior
Ruby Mendenhall, an associate professor of sociology, of African-American Studies, and of urban and regional planning, will speak about "Documenting How Gun Violence Affects Public Life and Public Health Using Wearable Sensors, Genomic Analysis and Other Methods."
Three Ph.D. students discuss their research.
"Do beta-amyloid plaques cause Alzheimer's Disease?"
Inclusive Lab Leaders: Recognizing and Navigating Power Dynamics in Research
"Machine Learning in Molecular Systems: From Conformational Changes in GPCRs to Small Molecule Discovery"
The Beckman Institute's Thursdays at 12:20 concert in the atrium will feature the Evans-Hartley Experience on April 18th.
This workshop will provide the opportunity to learn more about extracellular vesicles while becoming acquainted with innovative research currently underway at the University of Illinois. The lunch will provide an informal venue for exploring collaborative efforts with colleagues. All faculty, staff, postdoctoral students, and graduate students are welcome.
"Axon regeneration and functional recovery."
“Illinois REDCap: Overview and Updates”
Curiosity and the Pleasures of Learning: Leveraging Internal Student Motivation to Learn Through Curiosity