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Kiel Christianson, "Good-Enough Language Processing: Theory and Data" Director's Seminar
Join Gene Robinson, Director of the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, as he leads discussion on the film Gattaca as part of the Science on Screen series at The Art Theater.
IGB Seminar - Infection Genomics for One Health "Using Genetic Data at Multiple Scales to Understand Constraints on Viral Adaptation" Katia Koelle, PhD Duke University, Biology Department
“Constructing bio-functional surfaces with vapor-phased deposited polymer thin films and their applications for neural tissue engineering,” by Sung Gap Im, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Molecular & Integrative Physiology Student Seminar: Jiang Li, (Christian Lab), "Biphasic shifts in gonadotropin-releasing hormone neuron activity link epilepsy and co-morbid cycle disruption in mice" and Sisi He (Nelson Lab) "The effect of cholesterol and its metabolites on ovarian cancer progression"
"The Instrumental Chemist: Arnold O. Beckman" presents the life and work of the Illinois alumnus and philanthropist who created the Beckman Institute.
Fox Family Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lecture PhD Student to Entrepreneur Andrew Miller, PhD Co-Founder and CEO, Karuna Pharmaceuticals
The University of Illinois Jazz Quintet—which includes trombone, guitar, piano, bass, and drums— will perform music from the American standard and classic jazz repertoire.
IGB Seminar - Mining Microbial Genomes Form Follows Function: Evolution of Protein Scaffolds for Phosphoryl Group Transfer Karen N. Allen, PhD Boston University, Department of Chemistry
IGB Seminar - Gene Networks in Neural & Developmental Plasticity “Mechanisms Underlying Sex Dependent Effects of Stress Across Generations” Larry A. Feig, PhD Tufts University, School of Medicine
The Matt Avery Trio, featuring Matt Avery, trombone; Chris Hartley, guitar; and Andrew Walits, bass, will primarily perform a mix of jazz standards.
Dr. Enrique Neblett, University of North Carolina
IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "The Deep Blue (Inland) Seas: Illuminating Microbial Activity in Earth’s Largest Freshwater System" Maureen Coleman, PhD University of Chicago, Department of Geophysical Sciences
Uncovering the Survival Strategies of Aerobic Bacteria: From Enzymes to Ecosystems Chris Greening, PhD Head, Integrative Microbiology Laboratory Monash University
Molecular & Integrative Physiology Seminar: Dr. Young-Chae Kim, UIUC, Kim Kemper Lab, "Regulation of intestinal cholesterol absorption by orphan nuclear receptor SHP" and Student: Connor Courtney, UIUC, Catherine Christian Lab, " Genetic loss of diazepam binding inhibitor modulates hippocampal inhibition and impairs social behavior"
Fox Family Innoation and Entrepreneurship Lecture Catherine Kleinmuntz, PhD, Co-Founder and Former CEO Strata Decision Technology Principal, Kleinmuntz Associates
Due to travel circumstances this event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled. Thank you. IGB Seminar - Biocomplexity "Reconstructive Biology as a Window into Historic Optima" Betul Kacar, PhD University of Arizona Molecular and Cell Biology, Astrobiology
A new performance piece by Smitha Vishveshwara (associate professor of physics and member of Beckman’s Social and Emotional Dimensions of Well-being) and Latrelle Bright (clinical assistant professor of theatre)
Wawrzyniec Dobrucki, “Multimodal Imaging Approaches for Quantitative Assessment of Tissue Microenvironments”
Julian I. Schroeder, PhD University of California, San Diego Department of Biology
The Chip McNeill Jazz Quartet members include Professor Charles L. “Chip” McNeill, chair of the School of Music’s Jazz Division; Whitney Ashe, piano; Andy Wheelock, drums; and Andrey Goncalves, bass. They will play songs from the Great American Songbook, such as Gershwin, Porter, and Berlin.