Events Archive

2009

Individualizing the Axilla: The Next Frontier

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery (KCBD) 900 E, University of Chicago

Aberrant Wnt Signaling in Basal-like Breast Cancer

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery (KCBD) 900 E, University of Chicago

The Human Genome Project: Its Impact on Science and Medicine

Biological Sciences Learning Center, Room 001, University of Chicago

IGSB/GGSB Seminar Series

KCBD, Room 1103, University of Chicago

Reconstructing History with Genomic-Scale Data Sets, with Application to South Asia

Cummings Life Science Center 101, University of Chicago

Anti-Angiogenic PEDF in Hepatic Steatosis & HCC

KCBD- Room 1103, University of Chicago



Regulatory genomics approaches to investigate transcription control in Drosophila

KCBD, Room 1103, University of Chicago

A p53-Regulated Apoptotic Gene Signature Influences Response to Therapy

A p53-Regulated Apoptotic Gene Signature Influences Response to Therapy

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Room 1103 9, University of Chicago

Genetic Contributions to Prostate Cancer Initiation and Progress

GENETIC CONTRIBUTIONS TO PROSTATE CANCER INITIATION AND PROGRESS

Biological Sciences Learning Center (BSLC)  924 E., University of Chicago

High-Throughput Cellular Screening

1001 University Place, Room 118AB NorthShore University HealthSystems Evanston, IL

Special Seminar

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Room 1103 9, University of Chicago

 

Decoding the human epigenome

Cummings Life Science Center, Room W101 920 E. 58t, University Of Chicago

 

Text-mining, pathways, and human disease

Ryerson Hall, Room 251, The University of Chicago

 

Is Systems Biology Becoming a Data Intensive Science? Assuming So, Are You Ready?

Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Room 1103 9, University of Chicago

 

IGSB/GGSB Seminar Series |  December 08, 2009

KCBD, Room 1103, University of Chicago

Phys-bio for Bioenergy, Biomedical and Material Sciences Research

KCBD, Room 1103, University of Chicago

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