Computational Biology Seminar

The Computational Biology Seminar is a weekly series of seminars on topics in computational biology presented by invited speakers, Duke faculty, and CBB doctoral and certificate graduate students.

Fall 2016 Schedule

Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
Place: CBB Seminar will meet in Gross Hall Room 103 for the fall semester

DateSpeakerInstitutionTitle of Presentation
9/19Gevorg GrigoryanDartmouthReverse Engineering Nature towards Programing Protein Molecules
9/26Hana El-SamadUniversity of California, San Francisco”Anticipators and Procrastinators, Synthetic Biology and Big Data”
10/3Richard BertramFlorida StateInteraction of Metabolic, Electrical, and Calcium Signaling Pathways in the Production of Rhythmic Insulin Secretion
10/10Fall BreakNo Seminar
10/24Alexander HarteminkDuke University

Efficiently surveying the chromatin landscape

10/31Anshul KundajeStanford UniversityInterpretable, integrative deep learning models for regulatory genomics and epigenomics
11/7Chris RaoUniversity of IllinoisDNA sensing in bacteria
11/14James FerrellStanford UniversityTrigger Waves in Apoptosis
11/21Raluca GordanDuke UniversitySibling rivalry in transcription factor families
11/28Adam PhilippyNIH/NHGRISingle-Molecule Sequencing: Finished Genomes and Mobile DNA Sensors
12/5Shirley LiuHarvard UniversityComputational biology in CRISPR screens and cancer immunology
12/12Arjun RajUniversity of PennsylvaniaSingle cell analysis of therapy resistance in cancer