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BME Summer Seminar June 26
Two Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering graduate students will present their research as part of our BME Summer Seminar Series.
 
Special BMS Seminar June 13
MDM2-P53 Pathway in Cerebellum Development and Meduloblastoma
 
BME Summer Seminar Series May 15
"Presentation 101 for Graduate Students" by J. Paul Robinson, Ph.D.; Chair, Purdue University Senate; SVM Professor of Cytomics & Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Director, Purdue University Cytometry Laboratories
 
Solar Seminar Series
"A Partial History of Solar Cell Modeling at Purdue"
 
Center for Cancer Research Seminar Apr 25
"Gaining entry into human cells: Structure, folding and function of Opacity-associated (Opa) proteins from Neisseria gonorrhoeae" presented by Dr. Linda Columbus, Assistant Professor of Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics, Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia.
 
BME Graduate Student Exchange Seminar
***SPECIAL SEMINAR: BME Graduate Student Exchange with Northwestern University *** "Intent recognition for powered lower limb prostheses using neural interfaces" presented by Aaron Young, Doctoral Candidate Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University (Advisers: Todd Kuiken, M.D., Ph.D and Levi Hargrove, Ph.D.)
 
ME Seminar May 9
"Relative limit cycles in dissipative systems with applications to swimming, walking, and fluid pumping," presented by Dr. Henry O. Jacobs, Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College of London.
 
BME Seminar Apr 24
"Strategies to Promote Mammalian Cell Functions Pertinent to New Tissue Formation for Biomedical Applications," presented by Rena Bizios, Ph.D., the Peter T. Flawn Professor , Department of Biomedical Engineering, The University of Texas at San Antonio.
 
Cyber Center and Bioinformatics Core Seminar
"Big Data in Biology: From Genomics to Systems Biology and Medicine" presented by Dr. Kevin White, University of Chicago.
 
School of Materials Engineering Seminar
"Controlling Molecular Self-Assembly: How New Combinatorial Approaches are Providing Unique Insights into Cellular and Molecular Dynamics in Living Systems," presented by Professor Christopher Yip, Departments of Chemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry and Biochemistry, Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research, University of Toronto.
 

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