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Informatics Institute PowerTalk Seminar Series: Bioinformatics with Dr. Yufeng Shen

Please join us for the Informatics Institute PowerTalk Seminar Series-Bioinformatics with Yufeng Shen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Systems...

Finding Your Inner Modeler-III

This workshop will demonstrate how Molecular and Cellular Biology can be combined with Systems Biology – a synthesis of biology, mathematics, chemistry,...

Microbiology Seminar Series Seminar

Dr. Linda Hendershot, Faculty Member in the Department of Tumor Cell biology at St. Jude Research Hospital will be presenting "Protein folding in the ER:...

Cardiology Grand Rounds

Dr. Siddharth Singh, MD, Staff Cardiologist 1 and Assistant Professor of Medicine from Cedars - Sinai Medical Center presents "Tricuspid Regurgitation:...

Case Studies in Mentoring: Promoting Professional Development

Are you prepared to handle common (and not-so-common) mentoring challenges? Bring your questions and concerns and join us as we explore the nuances of the...

28th Annual Paulette Shirey Pritchett Endowed Lecture in Pathology

Eric N. Olson, PhD, Chair, Department of Molecular Biology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, will present "Understanding Muscle Development, Disease and...

Research Seminar Series

"Epigenetic mechanism of neuropathic pain” presented by Yuanxiang Tao, MSc, PhD, MD; Professor and Vice Chair of Research; Director, Center for Pain Medicine...

CCTS June Forum: Getting to K and Beyond

Michael Mugavero, MD, Co-Director of CCTS Training Academy, shares resources, opportunities and tips to secure your NIH K grant. Then hear from actual...

Finding Your Inner Modeler-III

This workshop will demonstrate how Molecular and Cellular Biology can be combined with Systems Biology – a synthesis of biology, mathematics, chemistry,...

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