Knight Cancer Research Series: Laura Heiser, Ph.D., and Elizabeth Mitchell, Ph.D. (Schedin Lab)
Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 4 to 5 p.m., KCRB Auditorium
Elizabeth Mitchell, Ph.D., will be presenting Crosstalk Between Myoepithelial and Immune Cells in the Transition from DCIS to Invasive Breast Cancer and Laura Heiser, Ph.D., will be presenting Understanding cancer-associated phenotypes induced by microenvironmental signals. Click here at 4 pm for Video Conferencing. It is one-way only, which means you would not be able to ask questions and this event is not recorded. Questions? Contact Jose Garcia Lopez.
Biophysics Club: John Shelley (Schrodinger), Yerim Lee (Nan Lab)
Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 4:15 to 5:30 p.m., CHH 3rd floor, Conference Room 1A and 1B
The Portland-area Biophysics Club features two half-hour talks per monthly session from local speakers on a range of biophysics topics. Although the club meets at OHSU, all local scientific organizations are welcome. The sessions provide a great opportunity to advertise and get feedback on new work, as well as for junior lab members to speak. For the club, 'biophysics' is defined inclusively—experiment and computation, molecular and cell-scale studies (and beyond)—so please join us. For more information, contact Daniel Zuckerman, 503-418-9331.
OCSSB Seminar: "Machine learning to predict cancer response: Problems in model transfer and uncertainty quantification" by Rick Stevens
Monday, April 29, 2019, 1 to 2 p.m.
Professor Rick Stevens. is Argonne National Laboratory’s Associate Laboratory Director for Computing, Environment and Life Sciences. Details will be posted when available. Contact Lauren Kronebusch for more information.
Center for Cancer Systems Biology/M2CH MathBio Workshop
May 13-14, 2019 at the Knight Cancer Research Building Auditorium
Co-sponsored by National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Cancer Systems Biology Consortium (CSBC).
More information and registration details will be posted here when available. Contact Lauren Kronebusch for more information.
Past OCSSB-hosted seminar recordings are available online (Flash plugin required).