CBCB Research in Progress (RIP)

UPDATE (March 11, 2020): Due to an abundance of caution, the CBCB RIP Series will be put on hold due to concerns of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Though no cases currently exist at the University of Maryland, we are following CDC guidelines and cancelling all in-person gatherings until it is deemed safe to resume.

The CBCB RIP series provides an informal forum for computational biologists to keep abreast of colleagues' projects, to help students and postdocs hone their presentation skills, and to get expert feedback on new or ongoing projects. The forum is targeted towards anyone working at the interface of Biology and Analytical sciences. These meetings will be held in room #4105 Brendan Iribe Center (#432) Thursdays from 2-3pm, unless otherwise noted. There will be two presentations, approximately 30 minutes each but feel free to sign up for the full hour if needed. When student trainees are presenting, we are also requesting that two faculty/staff members sign up and volunteer to attend the talks and provide feedback to the presenters. Sign up here.


Other seminars you may be interested in attending can be found HERE

    Spring Semester 2020

    Date

    Speaker

    PI/Lab/Host

    Topic & Abstract

    Time (if other than 2pm)

    3/26/2020

    Wei Xiao

    Johnson Lab

    TBD

    4/9/2020

    Tracy Chen

    Leiserson Lab

    TBD

    4/16/2020

    Renee Ti Chou

    Cummings Lab

    TBD

    4/16/2020

    Alexis Boleda

    Cummings Lab

    TBD

    4/30/2020

    Jackie Meisel

    Pop Lab

    TBD