CCSB Biweekly Seminar Series
CCSB Biweekly Seminar Series is to promote interdisciplinary research across PVAMU campus and beyond, hosted by CRI Center for Computational Systems Biology. We alternate between CCSB researchers and external speakers. We meet in CCSB Conference Room (ELEN 231). Dr. Dumitru Iacobas is the organizer for the seminar series. Please contact him if you have any suggestion, including speakers.
Spring 2020 Speakers
DateSpeakerTitle
Wed., Jan. 22, 2020Megumi Hada, Ph.D., Sr. Research Scientist, RAISE, Prairie View A&M UniversityBiomarker for Space Radiation Risk: Cytogenetic study of heavy ion-induced chromosomal damage in human cells
Wed., Feb. 5, 2020Matthew Sadiku, Ph.D., Professor, ECE/CECSTR, Prairie View A&M UniversityEmerging internet-based technologies
Wed., Feb. 19, 2020Seungchan Kim, Ph.D., Chief Scientist and Executive Professor, ECE/CCSB, Prairie View A&M UniversityComputational Analysis of Single-cell RNAseq data
Wed., Mar. 4, 2020Javad Barouei, Ph.D., Research Scientist, CARC, Prairie View A&M UniversityModulation of Gut Microbiome by Nutritional Strategies to Protect against Obesity and Related Metabolic Dysfunctions
Wed., Mar. 25, 2020Stephen Y. Chan, M.D./Ph.D./FAHA, Professor, UPMCTBA
Wed., Apr. 8, 2020Xishuang Dong, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, ECE/CCSB, Prairie View A&M UniversityDeep Semi-supervised Learning for Single Cell Subtype Classification
Wed., Apr. 22, 2020Erin Giles, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Nutritional and Food Science, Texas A&M UniversityTBA
Wed., May 6, 2020Dumitru Iacobas, Ph.D., Research Professor, CCSB, Prairie View A&M UniversityGenomic fabric remodeling in neurological diseases
Wed., May 20, 2020John Carpten, Ph.D., Professor & Chair of Translational Genomics; Director, Institute of Translational Genomics, USCTBA
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Note: This seminar series is partially sponsored by Texas A&M University Chancellor's Research Initiative (CRI) grant and Wesley Lecture Series of Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Prairie View A&M University.
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