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Bioengineering Lecture Series

Seminars in 2014

Seminars in 2014

Monday, March 10
2:00 pm - 
3:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Activity-based proteomics--applications for enzyme and inhibitor discovery"
Benjamin F. Cravatt, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute
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Monday, March 31
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Integration of paper microfluidic methods for detection of infectious diseases in low resource settings"
Paul Yager, Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington
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Monday, April 7
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Building tissues to understand how tissues build themselves"
Zev Gartner, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California, San Francisco
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Monday, June 2
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Visualizing the activity and anatomy of brain circuits: optogenetic sensors and tissue clearing approaches"
Viviana Gradinaru, Assistant Professor of Biology, Biology and Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology
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Monday, October 6
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Synthetic Approaches to Deciphering Cis-Regulation"
Sriram Kosuri, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California, Los Angeles
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Monday, November 3
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Engineered Gene Circuits: From Clocks and Biopixels to Stealth Delivery"
Jeff Hasty, Professor of Bioengineering, Jacobs School of Engineering, University of California, San Diego
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Monday, November 17
4:00 pm - 
5:00 pm
Beckman Institute Auditorium
"Building molecular assemblies to control the flow of biological information"
Ahmad S. Khalil, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University
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