Past Events

[PhD Thesis Presentation] ‐Kazuto Kawamura‐ Forward genetic screen for Caenorhabditis elegans mutants with a progressive decline in adult locomotor function

2019-01-15
C210, LevelC, Ctr bldg

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Kazuto Kawamura

Title:Forward genetic screen for Caenorhabditis elegans mutants with a progressive decline in adult locomotor function

Date&Time: January 15th, 14:00-15:00

Venue: C210, Level C, Ctr Bldg

[Seminar] The functional organization and plasticity of rodent motor cortex by Dr. Gordon Teskey

2019-01-15
B700, Level B, Lab3

Title: The functional organization and plasticity of rodent motor cortex

Speaker: Dr. Gordon Teskey

Affiliation:  University of Calgary

[PhD Thesis Presentation] -Tosif Ahamed- Capturing the nonlinear dynamics of animal behavior with Applications to the Nematode C. elegans

2019-01-15
C210, Lavel C, Ctr Bldg

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Tosif Ahamed

Title: Capturing the nonlinear dynamics of animal behavior with Applications to the Nematode C. elegans

Date&Time: January 15th, 9:00-10:00

Venue: C210, Level C, Ctr Bldg

[Seminar] Maintenance of regulatory T cell stability by ubiquitin E3 ligases deltex1 and XIAP by Prof. Ming-Zong Lai

2018-12-20
D014, LevelD Lab1

Title: Maintenance of regulatory T cell stability by ubiquitin E3 ligases deltex1 and XIAP

Speaker: Professor Ming-Zong Lai

Affiliation: Institute of Molecular Biology, Academia Sincia

[Seminar] Electrokinetics and Plasmonics at NanoScale Singularities: Designing Next-Generation Molecular Diagnostics by Professor Hsueh-Chia Chang

2018-12-20
C700, LevelC, Lab3

[Seminar]

Title: Electrokinetics and Plasmonics at NanoScale Singularities: Designing Next-Generation Molecular Diagnostics

Speaker: Professor Hsueh-Chia Chang

Institution: University of Notre Dame, USA

[Seminar] Building Robots that Teach by Professor Brian Scassellati

2018-12-18
D014, LevelD Lab1

Title: Building Robots that Teach

Speaker: Brian Scassellati

Affiliation: Yale University

[Seminar] The mouth, the anus and the blastopore. Their questionable developmental and evolutionary relationships and the origin of the animal gut by Prof. Andreas Hejnol

2018-12-14
Seminar Room B503, Center Building

Title: The mouth, the anus and the blastopore. Their questionable developmental and
evolutionary relationships and the origin of the animal gut

Speaker: Prof. Andreas Hejnol

Affiliation: Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology, University of Bergen, Norway.
Research Group Leader “Comparative Developmental Biology of Animals”



 

 

[Seminar] Experimental and Translational MRI of Brain Reorganization after Stroke by Professor Rick Dijkhuizen

2018-12-12
C210, Ctr Bldg

Title: Experimental and Translational MRI of Brain Reorganization after Stroke by Professor

Speaker: Professor Rick Dijkhuizen

Affiliation:  University Medical Center Utrecht

 

[Seminar] ECM1 promotes differentiation of follicular helper T cells by antagonizing IL-2-STAT5 pathway by Prof. Bing Sun

2018-12-12
Seminar Room B503, Center Building

Title: ECM1 promotes differentiation of follicular helper T cells by antagonizing IL-2-STAT5 pathway

Speaker: Professor Bing Sun

Affiliation: Institute of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

[Seminar] High-resolution Rodent fMRI at Ultrahigh Fields by Professor Seong-Gi Kim

2018-12-12
C210, Ctr Bldg

Title: High-resolution Rodent fMRI at Ultrahigh Fields

Speaker: Professor Seong-Gi Kim

Affiliation:  Center for Neuroscience Imaging Research, Institute for Basic Science, Suwon, Korea; Department of Biomedical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea

 

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