BOSTON UNIVERSITY

SYSTEMS BIOLOGY SEMINARS

Spring 2009 - Fall 2010

 

TIME and PLACE

SPEAKER

TITLE

NOTES

Sep 17, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB* 103

Yoav Freund

UC San Diego

Applications of Machine Learning in Bio-Informatics

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Oct 3-4, 2009

10am-6pm

LSEB* B01

BU Bioinformatics alumni

(See schedule)

BU Bioinformatics 10th Anniversary Symposium

Visit Anniversary Website

Oct 15, 2009, 1pm

Trustees Ballroom, 9th floor, 1 Silber Way, Boston

Arnie Levine, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton

The Evolution of the p53 Family of Genes

SPECIAL SEMINAR

Refreshment at 12.15

October 29

12.45pm

LSEB* 103

Jingdon Tian, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, Duke University

Enabling Efficient Design, Construction, and Optimization of Synthetic BioSystems

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Nov 5, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB 103

Thomas Kepler, Duke University

The Dynamics of T-Cell Receptor Repertoire Diversity Following Thymus Transplantation for DiGeorge Anomaly

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Nov 12, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB 103

Elbert Bransomb, Institute for Genomic Biology, University of Illinois  at Urbana-Champaign

Life, Thermodynamics, and Autocatalytic Engines

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Nov 19, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB 103

Gyan Bhanot, Rutgers University

A simple method for identifying dysregulated mRNA targets of microRNA in cancer with application to ccRCC

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Dec 3, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB 103

Ron Weiss, MIT

Synthetic biology: from modules to systems

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

Dec 10, 2009

12.45pm

LSEB 103

Luis Carvalho, Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, Boston University
 

Centroid estimation for high-dimensional discrete inference with applications in computational biology

Free Lunch at 12.15pm

       
     

 

* LSEB = Life Science and Engineering Building, 24 Cummington St., Boston MA 02215

For questions or feedback, contact Daniel Segre' (dsegre [at] bu.edu)