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Melih Sener Will Talk at Brow...

Melih Sener Will Talk at Brown Bag Lunch

Event: CMCI Brown Bag Lunch Date:   Monday, November 12 Time:   12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Place:   Collaboratorium, IRIC 352 Talk: “Performance of a bacterial cell as an energy conversion device in terms of energy-return-on-investment determined from atomic-detail structural models,” presented by Melih Sener, Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group, Beckman Institute, UIUC, Abstract: Bioenergetic […]

Talks by Irene Eckstrand

Talks by Irene Eckstrand

Irene Eckstrand, retired NIGMS Program Officer and chair of CMCI’s External Advisory Committee, will be in Moscow October 18-19. She will participate in the joint IBEST-CMCI Seminar Series on Thursday and also give a less formal talk on Friday. If you would like to meet individually with Dr. Eckstrand while she is on campus, please […]

Fabienne Chevance Seminar

Fabienne Chevance Seminar

The next IBEST/CMCI seminar is on Thursday, October 11, 12:30 p.m. in EP 122. Fabienne Chevance, Research Assistant Professor in Biology at the University of Utah, will present, “Effect of ajacent codons on MRNA translation.” Her work has uncovered the importance of codon pair and codon triplet interactions in regulating the speed of translation in bacteria. […]

Tools, Methods & Practices fo

Tools, Methods & Practices for Data and Model Publication

CMCI is pleased to join with Northwest Knowledge Network and the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute (IWRRI) to sponsor Professor David Tarboton from Utah State University who will be speaking on the U of I campus on November 27 at 10:30 a.m. His presentation will describe the tools, methods and practices for data and model […]

Proposal Writing Seminar Sept...

Research and Faculty Development (RFD) will host a training seminar designed to enhance skills that lead to successful proposals. In this session, Carly Cummings, director of RFD, will share tips and guidance for writing competitive proposals across all disciplines. The seminar is appropriate for faculty of all career stages. The session is from 2:30-4 p.m. […]

Mathematical Philosopher at B...

Mathematical Philosopher at Brown Bag Lunch

Aydin Mohseni, a mathematical philosopher at the University of California, Irvine, will be the featured speaker at the weekly CMCI Brown Bag Lunch on Monday, September 24. Talk title: “On the Emergence of Minority Disadvantage: Testing the Cultural Red King Hypothesis.” Abstract: The cultural red king effect predicts that differentials in group size may lead to […]

Modeling Gut Microbial Dynami...

Modeling Gut Microbial Dynamics

Join us for the next joint-hosted IBEST/CMCI seminar on Thursday, September 13, 12:30 p.m. in EP 122. Sean Gibbons from the Washington Research Foundation will present, “How do we model gut microbial dynamics?” Abstract: Dynamics reveal crucial information about how a system functions. However, it is not yet known what the relevant timescales or models […]

Dr. Michael Burnam-Fink at Br...

Dr. Michael Burnam-Fink at Brown Bag Lunch

Dr. Michael Burnam-Fink will be the featured speaker at our weekly CMCI Brown Bag Lunch on Monday, September 10. His talk is titled “Visualizing Collaboration: Interactive Bibliometric Network Mapping for Evaluating Interdisciplinary Research Groups” and will take place at 12:30 in the Collaboratorium, IRIC 352. Michael is an instructor at Arizona State University and holds […]

Texas Tech Professor Speaks T...

Texas Tech Professor Speaks Today

Linda Allen, a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Texas Tech University, will speak at 12:30 p.m. today, Aug. 30, in EP 122 as part of the IBEST/CMCI Seminar Series. Her talk is titled “Probability, Duration and Final Size of an Epidemic in Stochastic Multistage or Multigroup Models.”

Alexander Bradley Seminar

Alexander Bradley Seminar

It’s the first seminar of the semester!   Event: CMCI/IBEST Seminar – Dr. Alexander Bradley, Washington University Title: “A novel high-precision SIMS method to assess metabolic heterogeneity in a clonal microbial population” Date: Thursday, August 23 Time: 12:30 pm Location: Engineering/Physics 122