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Integrated Imaging Seminar March 27
"Data-adaptive Filtering and the State of the Art in Image Processing," by Prof. Peyman Milanfar, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Santa Cruz.
Integrated Imaging Seminar
"Coded Aperture Compressive Spectral and Temporal Imaging," by Prof. Lawrence Carin, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Duke University.
Solar Seminar Series - Spring 2013 Photovoltaic Seminar Series
"Energy Storage - Options and Opportunities," presented by Suresh V. Garimella, the Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University.
Midwest Graduate Research Symposium
The Graduate Student Association is proud to present the 4th annual Midwest Graduate Research Symposium. This event has been recognized as a premier event is a great opportunity for presenting research, networking, and fostering intercollegiate friendships and collaborations. Here at the University of Toledo, we strive to advance education to its cutting edge and improve the world around us. We look forward to hosting you and your respective universities in what promises to be an outstanding day for all involved.
Structural Biology Seminar
"Gaining entry into human cells: Structure, folding and function of opacity-associated (Opa) proteins from Neisseria gonorrhoeae," presented by Linda Columbus, Department of Chemistry, University of Virginia.
Structural Biology Seminar
"Computational Modeling of 2D and 3D Human Genome Structure," presented by Jianlin Cheng, Department of Computer Science, Informatics Institute, University of Missouri.
Structural Biology Seminar
"A possible role for intrinsic disorder in mediating HCV-host interactions," presented by Patrick Dolan, Department of Biology, Purdue University.
Comparative Pathobiology Research Seminar
"Breaking the 4 Minute Mile: From Mouse Disease to Human Gene in Under 4 Minutes, the Power of Strain Surveys," by John P. Sundberg, D.V.M., Ph.D., Dipl. A.C.V.P., The Jackson Laboratory
Comparative Pathobiology Seminar
Seminar: "Short Chain Fatty Acids Regulate Anti-bacterial Inflammatory Responses in the Gut" presented by Myunghoo Kim, graduate student in veterinary immunology.
BME Seminar Series: Cartilage Mechanics, Drug Delivery, and Mechanobiology for Understanding and Treating Joint Disease
Millions of Americans suffer from debilitating joint diseases such as osteoarthritis. These diseases involve deterioration of cartilage, the load-bearing biomaterial that lines the articulating joint surfaces. The function of cartilage is mechanical: it provides low-friction surfaces for articulation and deforms during joint contact to decrease contact pressure and increase joint stability. The first part of this seminar will detail our results from studies of cartilage viscoelasticity, namely that several sets of experimental data are consistent with polymeric mechanisms of cartilage viscoelasticity. The second part of this seminar will describe the creation of a novel material for drug delivery of both biologics and small molecules. The third part of this seminar will describe novel mechanobiology approaches toward understanding cartilage and osteoarthritis.

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