The Department of Computational Biology holds two regular seminar series featuring guests, faculty, and graduate students to highlight topics and the research relevant to the department and its community.
Deep Learning Imaging
Applications in Genomics and Embryology
Featuring Dr. Iman Hajirasouliha, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Weill Cornell Medicine
Learn about two deep-learning imaging models with applications in (a) human genome structural variant detection and (b) assessing embryo quality and the prediction of aneuploid embryos.
January 20, 2023
Dr. Mona Singh
March 17, 2023
Dr. Anna Plantinga
April 21, 2023
Dr. Peter Ralph
University of Oregon
Graduate Student Seminars
Student Seminar Series
Computational Biology graduate students are required to attend the Friday Student Seminars to support their colleagues who present their research. As well, we encourage all CB field faculty to attend, especially the student speaker's special committee chair and members.
3:00 - 4:00pm, 224 Weill Hall (in-person and via Zoom)
Upcoming Student Seminars
- February 4 | Adam He and Madhav Mantri
- March 4 | Shagun Gupta and Li Yao
- April 1 | Beulah Agyemang-Barimah and Parker Singleton
- May 6 | Weilin Xu and Taylor Ferebee
- June 3 | Isabel Kim and Sam Champer
- July 1 | Only if necessary
- August | No seminars