Genome Center of Wisconsin

Seminars

The Genomics Seminar Series is a diverse seminar series that features researchers in genomics, proteomics, engineering, chemical biology, computational biology, and beyond.

The Technology Forum provides a mechanism to promote informal dialog between campus researchers with interests in the development of new tools ("Technologists") and those interested in access to new capabilities to address their problems of interest ("Biologists").

Genomics Seminar Series Schedule

All events take place in the UWBC Auditorium, room 1111 from 1:30 - 2:30PM.

DateSpeakerTitle / Topic
5/7/2015 1:30:00 PMBarbara Wold Genome function: The journey from ChIP-seq and ChIA-Pet to functional elements
4/9/2015 1:30:00 PMKevan Shokat, Professor & Chair, Investigator HHMI The Use of Chemical Genetics to Study mRNA Splicing
3/19/2015 1:30:00 PMJoshua Akey Characteristics of functional genomic variation in yeast and humans
2/5/2015 1:30:00 PMDavid Liu Integrating Chemistry and Evolution to Illuminate and Program Biology
1/22/2015 1:30:00 PMDavid Hibbett The roots of rot: phylogenomics of wood-decaying fungi and the "end of Carboniferous"
12/4/2014 1:30:00 PMJosh Akey **CANCELED** Genomics Seminar Series:
**EVENT CANCELED** WILL BE RESCHEDULED. Characteristics of functional genomic variation in yeast and humans