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Upcoming CCSB Events

 
DATE/TIME LOCATION TITLE SPEAKER
11/10/2016
4:30 pm
Folkman Auditorium
Children's Hospital
Network Medicine: From Cellular Networks to the Human Diseasome Albert-László Barabási, PhD
   

Past CCSB Events

 
DATE/TIME LOCATION TITLE SPEAKER
9/20/2016
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
NRB 350
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
Boston, MA
Mini-Symposium organized by CCSB:
Interactomics and human disease
 
09/07 - 09/09/2016 Gloucester, MA 2016 CCSB/PSB Retreat Beauport Hotel, Gloucester, MA
05/02 - 05/4/2016 Sheraton Commander Hotel, Cambirdge, MA Harvard Catalyst Introduction to Network Medicine David E. Hill, PhD
Principal Scientist
Department of Cancer Biology
11/23/15
2:00 pm
Yawkey 306/307 High throughput characterization of protein-ligand specificity and affinity Marcus Noyes
Institute for Systems Genetics
NYU Langone Medical Center
03/24/15
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 The contribution of intrinsically disordered regions to protein function, cellular complexity and human diseases M. Madan Babu
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK
03/23/15
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 How a surface-exposed lipoprotein detects envelope stress by monitoring ß-barrel assembly in enterobacteria

Jean-Francois Collet
de Duve Institute, Belgium

03/09/15
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 CRISPR-based genome editing tools: new applications and streamlined workflows Jon D. Chesnut
Thermo Fisher Scientific
10/31/14
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 Variation and genetic control of chromatin architecture in humans Bart DePlancke
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
09/08-09/11/14 Homestead House CCSB/PSB Retreat Ames Estate, Gloucester, MA
06/12/14 Jimmy Fund Auditorium CCSB Tenth Anniversary Symposium Various Speakers

04/28/14
11:00 am

Yawkey 306 How do we figure out the molecular basis of schizophrenia? Patrick F. Sullivan
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
04/24/14
12:30 pm
Smith 308/309 Intrinsically disordered protein and developmental biology A. Keith Dunker
Indiana University School of Medicine
10/22/13
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 Population and personalized genomics: all for one, one for all Manolis Dermitzakis
University of Geneva
10/21/13
12:30 pm
Smith 860/864 Automated methods for protein production, protein-DNA and protein-protein interaction studies Renaud Vincentelli
Aix-Marseille University
09/10/13
4:00 pm
Jimmy Fund Auditorium CANCELLED
Dr. Pawson unexpectedly passed away Aug 7
Seminar in Oncology
Tony Pawson
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto
09/11 - 09/13 Homestead House 2013 CCSB Retreat Ames Estate
Gloucester MA
05/20/13
2:00 pm
Smith 308/309 Networks and human genomics Mark Gerstein
Yale University
05/14/13
3:00 pm
Dana 1620 Global mapping of protein complexes in metazoa: defining a universally conserved physical interaction network for animals Andrew Emili
Donnelly Centre, University of Toronto
05/13/13
10:00 am
Boston University, 24 Cummington St, Room 103 Thesis Defense: Protein interactions across and between eukaryotic kingdoms: Networks, inference strategies, integration of functional data and evolutionary dynamics Samuel J Pevzner
BU School of Medicine
Dept of Biomedical Engineering
05/10/13
4:00 pm
Smith 308/309 Cancer Biology seminar: Biases in protein interaction networks Samuel J Pevzner
CCSB MD/PhD student
04/26/13
10:00 am
Yawkey 306 Metagraphs, neutral networks and atlases: Revealing the design space for small dynamical networks
(Sasha Gimelbrant, host)
James Sharpe
Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona
04/24/13
12:00 pm
NRB 350 Genetic basis of non-genetic heterogeneity in yeast
(Systems Genetics seminar, Suzanne Gaudet, host)
Mark Siegal
New York University
04/02/13
2:00 pm
Dana 1620 Integrating structural and systems biology: prediction of protein-protein interactions on a genome-wide scale Barry Honig
Columbia University
03/27/13
12:00 pm
NRB 350 Genomic approaches to epigenetic inheritance
(Systems Genetics seminar, Sasha Gimelbrant, host)
Oliver Rando
UMass Medical School
03/18/13
3:00 pm
Smith 308/309 The Connectome: network topology and dynamics of the human brain Olaf Sporns
Indiana University
02/27/13
11:00 am
Protein quantitation using stable isotope labeling in mammals (SILAM) to understand human disease and injury
(Special CCSB/HMS joint seminar)
John Yates
The Scripps Research Institute
01/30/13
12:00 pm
NRB 350 Harnessing the power of teams to build better models of disease
(Systems Genetics seminar)
Stephen Friend
Sage Bionetworks
11/30/12
2:00 pm
Yawkey 306 The Human Metabolic Atlas for studying cancer metabolism Jens Nielsen
Chalmers University of Technology
Gothenburg Sweden
09/13 - 9/15 Homestead House 2012 CCSB Retreat Ames Estate
Gloucester MA
04/11/12
12:30 pm
HMS Armenise Auditorium A systems biology approach to DNA damage signaling: molecules, modules, networks & patients Michael Yaffe
MIT
03/28/12
12:00 pm
NRB 350 On the origin of evolutionary innovations Andreas Wagner
University of Zurich

 

 

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