The Bioinformatics Seminar is co-sponsored by the Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Theory of Computation group at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). The seminar series focuses on highlighting areas of research in the field of computational biology.
Time and Location
Meeting Time: 11:30 - 1:00 in The Theory of Computation Lab Room Building 32, Room G575.
|Feb 13||Tamer Kahveci, University of Florida||Uncertainity in biological networks: Challenges, Solutions and Opportunities|
|Feb 20||Bree Aldridge, Tufts||Understanding the richness of single cell phenotype through measurement and modeling|
|Feb 27||Peter Clote, BU||RNA conformational switches and the Fast Fourier Transform|
|Mar 6||Jerome Waldispühl, McGill||Exploring the RNA mutational landscape|
|Mar 13||Leonid Chindelevitch, Harvard||MONGOOSE - a new approach to metabolic network analysis|
|Mar 20||Lenore Cowen||Genecentric: Uncovering Graph-theoretic Structure in High-throughput Epistasis Data|
|Mar 27||Spring Break||No Meeting|
|Apr 3||Alkes Price, Harvard||Dangerous Adventures with Mixed Models|
|Apr 10||Cristian Tomasetti, Harvard||Stochastic Modeling of the Accumulation of Passenger and Driver Mutations in Cancer|
|Apr 15||Holiday (Patriots Day)||No Meeting|
|Apr 17||Teresa Przytycka||Towards uncovering phenotype/genotype relationships and systems level modeling of tumor heterogeneity|
|Apr 25||Julius Lucks, Cornell||Towards A Platform for Engineering RNA Regulatory Networks Using High Throughput RNA Structure Characterization|
|May 1||Seyoung Kim, CMU||Sparse Learning Methods for Dissecting the Genetic Control of Biological Systems|
|May 8||Gevorg Grigoryan, Dartmouth||Learning from Nature to Engineer Proteins|
|May 15||Sohini Ramachandran||Signatures of the great human expansion|
|May 20||Final Exams||No Meeting|
A listing of the Bioinformatics Seminar series home pages from prior terms.
Organizers and Information
The Bioinformatics Seminar is hosted by MIT Professor of Applied Mathematics Bonnie Berger. Professor Berger is also affiliated with CSAIL & HST.The seminar is announced weekly via email to members of the seminar's mailing list and to those on CSAIL's event calendar list. It is also posted in the BioWeek calendar.
To be added to the seminar's email announcement list or for any questions you have about the seminar, please mail firstname.lastname@example.org.