Beckman Institute Calendar (Master)
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Deanna McDonagh, a professor of industrial design, will speak about “Design Thinking: From Invention to Innovation.”
Pin-Chieh (Jenny) Huang: “Stiffness-inferred thermotherapy dosimetry via magnetomotive optical coherence elastography” Parham Mostame: "Phase coupling versus amplitude coupling; two distinct but spatially associated modes of neural connectivity" Charles Young: “Dynamics of semidilute comb polymer solutions in extensional flow”
Michelle Rodrigues: "Stressors and Social Coping in Women of Color Scientists." and Xing Jiang: "Polymer-Peptide Conjugates of Precision: Designing Aβ Aggregation Inhibitors." Lunch will be provided.
Ben Zimmerman, "Approaching Tinnitus Mindfully." Lunch will be provided.
Tracey Woodruff, PhD, MPH: "Generations at Risk: Environmental Chemicals and Reproductive Health"
Parth Sheth: "Commercializing Innovative Research Technology: Perspectives from the Healthcare Sector"
Sue Schantz: Impact of Prenatal Exposure to Phthalates, Phenols and Other Environmental Factors on Early Cognitive Development
Emily Wee, the director of strategic research initiatives at the Stephens Family Clinical Research Institute at Carle Foundation Hospital, will give a talk titled, "Tips for Building Successful Carle-Illinois Collaborative Partnerships." Lunch will be provided. Registration is not necessary.
Heidi Imker, the director of Research Data Service at Illinois, will talk about research data sharing, specifically about new National Institutes of Health policies that are now becoming part of grant applications. This talk will be of particular interest to people doing human subjects research with NIH funding (aging, cognition, neuroscience, psychology, etc). Lunch will