2019 Biomedical Sciences Symposium


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Symposium Information

The 2019 symposium was held Friday, April 18, 2019 from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Adam Cohen, Harvard University
Presentation title: "Development of all-optical electrophysiology for large-scale mapping of brain activity"

Dr. David Keire, Director, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Presentation title: "Development of all-optical electrophysiology for large-scale mapping of brain activity"

Student Speaker Award Winner

Catherine Kerr (Molecular Biosciences)
Presentation title: "PARP12 is required for the attenuation of an ADP-ribosylhydrolase deficient coronavirus in primary macrophages"

Poster Award Winners

Mikala Heon (in the laboratory of Me Hei, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering)
Jeff McFarlane (in the laboratory of Audrey Lamb, Molecular Biosciences)
Melissa Pressnall (in the laboratory of Cory Berkland, Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

 


This symposium is possible through support from the Higuchi Biosciences Center and from two National Institute of General Medical Sciences Predoctoral Training Programs, the Dynamic Aspects of Chemical Biology Training Program (T32-GM08545) and the Biotechnology Training Program (T32-GM008359).