Date/Time: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 -
12:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: 
Icahn 101
Category: 
Special Seminars
Department: 
Quantitative and Computational Biology

The QCB 302 Undergraduate Symposium will feature presentations from all of the QCB 302 Junior Students. The Symposium is open to all!

Event Schedule:
12:00 Introduction


12:05 Alice Tang Detecting Cancer Drivers in Non-Coding Regions


12:20 Adam Berman Uncovering Metabolites Relevant to Breast Cancer Development


12:35 Chris Ferri RNN for Protein Secondary Structure Prediction


12:50 Logan Blaine Quantifying Epistasis-driven Clustering of Mutations in Simulated Protein Evolution


1:05 Coffee Break


1:25 Arjun Venkataraman Modeling Interspecies Dynamics


1:40 Katherine Angier Incorporating Trophic Levels into a Neutral Model of Ecology


1:55 Josh Tam Simulating Population Structure in fine Structure and STRUCTURE


2:10 Karen Feng Scaling Genetic Association Testing on Structured Populations


2:25 Coffee Break


2:45 Daniel Liu Temporal-Spatial Dynamics of TGFβ-Mediated Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition in Cancer


3:00 Jillian Silbert IMnevteassttiagsaitsi ng and Manipulating Erk Dynamics in Mouse Keratinocytes


3:15 Zach Flamholz Translational Regulation of nanos mRNA in Early Drosophila Development


3:30 Vishank Jain-Sharma Quantifying the Tree of Life from the Root of Transcription


3:45 Gavin Hall Variance in Signaling Dynamics in D. discoideum