Frontiers in Biotechnology Seminar Series

This high profile seminar series is run by the NIGMS T32 Training Grant faculty mentors and predoctoral trainees. It provides immersive and interdisciplinary exposure to contemporary research in biotechnology with an emphasis on biomolecular science and engineering.

 

Frontiers in Biotechnology Seminar Series (2014-Present)

Speaker

Affiliation

Title of Lecture

Date

Ned Seeman

New York University

DNA not just the molecule of life

2/12/2014

Martin Chalfie

Columbia University

Lighting up Life

2/20/2014

Herb Levine

Rice University

The Physics of Cancer

3/6/2014

Dmitri Ermolendo

University of Rochester

Mechanics of Ribosomal Translocation

3/31/2014

Gyoo Yeol Jung

POSTECH Korea

Novel Synthetic Biology tools for rational and evolutionary metabolic engineering

8/6/2014

James Fitzpatrick

School of Medicine and Medical Sciences, University College Dublin

Towards the yeast of Eden: Metabolic engineering of Saccharomyces cerevisiae for the hydrolysis and fermentation of cellulosic substrates

8/21/2014

David Mendelson, Kusum Mathews, William L. Holden Joseph L Kannry

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Big Data and Healthcare Analytics (Symposium)

9/4/2014

Scott Friedman

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

The Borderless World of Engineering, Biomedicine and Healthcare

9/10/2014

Robert Filkins

GE Global Research

Digital and Molecular Imaging in Precision Medicine

10/28/2014

Steven Feiner

Dawn Bardot

Paul Bleicher

S. Ebadollahi

M. Honeck

Columbia University

Medical Device Consortium

Optum Labs

IBM

Disney Corp.

Models, Big Data and Healthcare (Symposium)

11/5/2014

N.L. Shasha Jumbe

Bill & Medinda Gates Foundation

Global Health in Numb3rs

2/4/2015

Sean Palecek

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Bioinspired Engineering of Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Fate Choices

6/9/2015

Song Li

University of California, Berkley

Regeneration of Blood Vessels in situ and in vivo

6/10/2015

Shaomin Li

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Soluble Aβ Oligomers Impair Hippocampal LTP by Disrupting Glutamatergic/GABAergic Balance

8/26/2015

Min-Gon Kim

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)

Patterning and Design of Membranes for Smart Biosensing

9/17/2015

Doug Bartlett

University of California at San Diego

Microbial Life in Ultra-Deep Ocean Habitats of the Piezosphere

10/14/2015

Dan Gruskin

Wythe Marschall

Kathy High

D. Vashishth

Genspace, NY

Harvard

RPI

RPI

BioDesigning the Future of Medicine

11/3/2015

Kaushal Rege

Arizona State University

Molecular and Nanoscale Technologies for Tissue Engineering  and Repair

9/15/2016

Eben Alsberg

Case Western Reserve University

Instructive Systems for Engineering Complex Tissues

9/29/2016

Alan Russell

Disruptive Health Technology Institute – Carnegie Mellon University

Polymer-Enhanced Biomacromolecular Systems

11/30/2016

Carrie Mason

Carl Lawton

Jorg Thommes

Steve Cramer

Lonza Biologics

UMass Lowell

Visterra, Inc

RPI

Forum in Biomanufacturing: “Critical Aspects in Biomanufacturing”

1/25/2017

Marlene Belfort

SUNY Albany

Psyching out the Reviewers

2/8/17