Dr. John Stanton, member of the Quantum Theory Project as well as William R. Kenan Professor of Chemistry. of University of Florida will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "My long- term relationship with a difficult molecule." Everyone is invited.
Dr. Wei Yang, NIH Distinguished Investigator,
Section Chief, Mechanism of DNA Repair, Replication, and Recombination Section, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD will present a seminar entitled: Different Mechanisms for Lesion Bypass by Translesion DNA Polymerases. All are welcome
Dr. Chang Ryu, of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "Large-scale separation and purification of block copolymers via selective and competitive adsorption on silica"
On Thursday, Feb 16, Dr. Ilia Popovs of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will present a seminar entitled, "From Small Molecule Carbon—Hydrogen Bond Activation to the Development of Selective Adsorbent Materials for Environmental Applications and Uranium Recovery from Sea Water"
On Monday, 2/20/17 Dr. Hassan Beyzavi, of Harvard University, will present a seminar entitled, "Transition Metal-Mediated Reactions for Positron Emission Tomography and Macrocyclic Functional Materials"
Join us for a talk on “Blocking Mitochondrial Fission as Potential Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease” featuring Professor Kim Tieu.
Recent studies suggest that manipulating the processes of mitochondrial fission and fusion has considerable potential for treating human diseases.
Dr. Howard L. Hall of the Department of Nuclear Engineering, will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "Radiochemistry Center of Excellence: Expanding the Horizons of
Nuclear Forensics Analysis".
This event is open to the public.
Dr. Slava Bryanstev, of ORNL, will visit FIU to present a seminar entitled, "Using theory to guide ligand design for chemical separations of f-block metal ions: Extraction of uranium from seawater, partitioning of minor actinides from high-level waste, and separation of adjacent lanthanides."
Dr. Catherine Costello, of Boston University, will visit FIU to present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935, entitled, "Divide and Conquer Strategies for Glycan Structural Determinations"
Join us for a talk on “Alternative Careers in Science” with FIU’s Licensing Manager, Elizabeth Garami on Thursday, August 31th, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in AHC4-402. Elizabeth will discuss intellectual property protection, commercialization and potential careers that relate to these activities. Bring your questions for an interactive and active group discussion!
Pizza and Refreshments will be served! See you there!
Dr. Troy Moore, Kallos Genetics is presenting a seminar about DNA RADAR™, an innovative next generation sequencing (NGS) assay that provides a complete human identification solution in a single assay. Included are STR markers for CODIS & ENFSI and SNP phenotype markers for blood type, hair,eye color and ancestry.
Catherine M. Grgicak (Henry Rutgers Chair in Chemistry and Associate Professor, Rutgers University - Camden) will present a talk entitled: "Production of High-Fidelity Electropherograms Results in Improved and Consistent
Match-Statistics: Standardizing Forensic Validation by Coupling Laboratory Specific Experimental Data with an In Silico DNA Pipeline"