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.


Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
Place: 4233 French

1/8Winter Break - No Seminar
1/15MLK Day No Seminar
1/22Michael BrentWashington UniversityAmy SchmidTranscription Factor Networks: We know much less than we think we do. But help is on the way!
2/12Scott McIsaacCalico LabsPaul Magwene"Mitotic Aging"
2/19Rahul KulkarniU Mass-BostonJosh SocolarFluctuations and rare events in stochastic models of gene expression
2/26Anthony FodorUNC-CharlotteLawrence David"Reproducibility and Effect Size in Studies of the Host Associated Microbiome".
3/5Neville SanjanaNew York Genome CenterSayan MukherjeeNew frontiers in functional genomics using high-throughput genome engineering
3/12Spring Break - No Seminar
3/19Ziv Bar-JosephCarnegie Mellon UniversityLawrence David"Reconstructing developmental regulatory networks from scRNA-Seq data"
3/26Scott SchmidlerDuke University

Bayesian Analysis of Shapes and Cur  ves: Applications to Protein Evolution and Microbial Phenonomics

4/2Peter DevreotesJohns Hopkins UniversityDebraj GhoseExcitable networks in directed cell migration
4/9Ken DillStony Brook UniversityTerry OasCell growth and evolution depends on proteome physical chemistry.