Beckman Institute Calendar (Master)

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  • Dr Banich
    • 10:00 am
      4/4/2022
    • Beckman Institute Auditorium

    Beckman director finalist Marie Banich will give a technical talk titled “Neural bases of mental control: Insights from neuroimaging and beyond.” Beckman community members are encouraged to attend the live talk in the Beckman Auditorium, although a recording will be shared afterward.

  • Dr Banich
    • 1:30 pm
      4/5/2022
    • Beckman Institute Auditorium

    Beckman director finalist Marie Banich will give a talk titled “Beckman III: Identity, Inclusion, Integration.” Beckman community members are encouraged to attend the live talk in the Beckman Auditorium, although a recording will be shared afterward.

    • 12:00 pm
      4/6/2022
    • Beckman Room, 5269-5th Floor Tower

  • Aerial photo of Beckman Institute's south side
    • 12:00 pm
      4/6/2022
    • 2269 Beckman Institute

    Three graduate students will present their research at the third Beckman Graduate Student Seminar of the spring 2022 semester: Amanda Weiss, molecular and integrative physiology; Parham Mostame, psychology; and Olawale Salaudeen, computer science. The hybrid event will take place at noon on Wednesday, April 6. Registration is required.

  • Miniature Brain Machinery. Understanding the Brain: Training the Next Generation of Researchers in Engineering and Deciphering of Miniature Brain Machinery
    • 4:00 pm
      4/6/2022
    • https://illinois.zoom.us/j/82648940365?pwd=MTBtSFl6eVhoTUF3SXJ2VlBWd0N2QT09

    Alysson Muotri, Professor and Director of the Stem Cell Program at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, will lecture on “Human Brain Organogenesis - creating a nervous system outside the womb” April 6, 2021 at 4:00pm on Zoom.

  • The interior of the Beckman Institute
    • 11:15 am
      4/11/2022
    • Beckman Institute Atrium

    Join Beckman Director Jeff Moore for the annual presentation of the Vision and Spirit Award, which recognizes a researcher at the institute who has fostered collaboration in their research and exemplifies founder Arnold Beckman's vision.

  • The Beckman Institute presents the 2022 SmithGroup Lecture
    • 2:00 pm
      4/11/2022

    Safiya Noble, a professor of gender studies and African American studies at the University of California, Los Angeles and co-founder and co-director of the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, will present "Taking on big tech: New paradigms for new possibilities" as part of the Beckman Institute's annual SmithGroup lecture series.

    • 12:00 pm
      4/13/2022
    • Beckman Room, 5269-5th Floor Tower

  • The Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series is hosted by the Beckman Institute. This image, captured in the fall, is a west-facing view of the building’s rotunda entrance.
    • 12:00 pm
      4/13/2022

    Receive an overview of high performance computing sensitive data by Maria Jaromin, a senior research coordinator in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.

  • Miniature Brain Machinery. Understanding the Brain: Training the Next Generation of Researchers in Engineering and Deciphering of Miniature Brain Machinery
    • 4:00 pm
      4/13/2022

    Gabriel Popescu, William L. Everitt Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will lecture on “Phase imaging with computational specificity (PICS) for biomedical applications” at 4:00pm on Zoom. The lecture is free and open to the public courtesy of the Miniature Brain Machinery Program.

  • Night photo of Beckman Institute from North Quad
    • 12:00 pm
      4/14/2022

    Bruce Damon will speak at the Beckman Institute's virtual Director's Seminar at noon Thursday, Apr. 14. Damon, adjunct professor of Bioengineering, will be discussing "Quantitative MRI: A Tool for Studying Human Physiology and Pathophysiology, Powered by Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Mathematics." Register to attend on Zoom.

    • 12:00 pm
      4/20/2022
    • Beckman Room, 5269-5th Floor Tower

  • Miniature Brain Machinery. Understanding the Brain: Training the Next Generation of Researchers in Engineering and Deciphering of Miniature Brain Machinery
    • 4:00 pm
      4/20/2022

    Hyunjoon Kong, a Robert W. Schaefer Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Pathology as well as a Co-Principal Investigator of the MBM Program, will lecture on “Engineering of Cell Secretome Regulators for Tissue Vascularization and Homeostasis” at 4:00pm in 2269 Beckman Institute and on Zoom. The lecture is free and open to the public.

    • 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
      4/22/2022

    Our goal is to introduce innovation into the traditional workflow of isolating and characterizing EVs, which requires synergistic efforts from faculty in multiple disciplines. This workshop will showcase several national and international investigators, highlighting new discoveries in the areas of cancer, reproduction, therapy, imaging, and manufacturing.

  • Dr. Erik Lindahl
    • 3:00 pm
      4/25/2022
    • Rm. 3269- Beckman Institute

    Dr. Lindahl presents his combined experimental and computational work on a number of prokaryotic and eukaryotic pLGICs, and how his team is trying to combine low-resolution experimental techniques with simulations to model channels under realistic conditions.

    • 12:00 pm
      4/27/2022
    • Beckman Room, 5269-5th Floor Tower

  • Dr. Ravi Allada
    • 10:30 am
      4/28/2022
    • Beckman Institute Auditorium

    Beckman director finalist Ravi Allada will give a technical talk titled “How We Wake Up and Why Do We Sleep.” Beckman community members are encouraged to attend the live talk in the Beckman Auditorium, although a recording will be shared afterward.

  • Night photo of Beckman Institute from North Quad
    • 12:00 pm
      4/28/2022

    Ryan Hubbard and Tian “Autumn” Qiu will speak at the Beckman Institute's Director's Seminar at noon Thursday, Apr. 28. Ryan Hubbard will be discussing "Probing Neural Signals of Prediction During Language Comprehension." Tian “Autumn” Qiu will be discussing "d-Alanine in the microbiome-gut-brain axis: sources, biodistribution, and functional roles." Register via Zoom.

  • Dr. Ravi Allada
    • 10:00 am
      4/29/2022
    • Beckman Institute Auditorium

    Beckman director finalist Ravi Allada will give a talk titled “Using the Brain as a Model for Diversity, Collaboration, and Innovation.” Beckman community members are encouraged to attend the live talk in the Beckman Auditorium, although a recording will be shared afterward.