Seminars

Seminar Schedule

  1. All seminars are held 9 – 10am on Fridays.
  2. Students who have registered for BME 6001 or BIME 6090 are required to attend the seminars. In order to get a pass grade, students should not miss more than two seminars. Students are allowed to compensate for missing up to two Biomedical Engineering program seminars by attending equivalent seminars and submit a 200 words report to Dr. Teja Guda before the last day of the class for the semester.
  3. The objective of this class is to broaden students’ academic horizons, deepen their understanding of one’s own research area, and learn presentation skills.

 

Jan 11   GCCRI 2.160   Philip Serwer, Ph.D. A New, Bioengineering Approach to the Therapy of Cancerous Tumors 
Jan 18- STRETCH   MED 4.409L   Charles France, Ph.D.
MCAM: a novel mu opioid receptor antagonist for treating opioid overdose and abuse
Jan 25

 

  GCCRI 2.106   Jack Lancaster, Ph.D.
TBD
Feb 1

 

  MED 4.409L   Teja Guda, Ph.D.
TBD
Feb 8

 

  GCCRI 2.160   Jianyi Zhang, Ph.D.
TBD
Feb 15- STRECH

 

  UTSA: Room TBD   STRECH STRECH
Feb 22

 

  GCCRI 2.160   Margarita Herrera Alonso, Ph.D. TBD
Mar 1

 

  GCCRI 2.160   David Libich, Ph.D. TBD
Mar 8

 

  GCCRI 2.160   Rui Sousa, Ph.D.  Generation and characterization of internally ratiometric fluorescent sensors for evaluation of intracellular GTP levels and distribution 
Mar 15

 

  N/A  
No SeminarSpring Break
N/A
Mar 22 STRECH

 

  UTSA: Room TBD   STRECH STRECH
Mar 29

 

  MED 4.409L   Xiao-Dong Chen, Ph.D.  TBD
Apr 5

 

  GCCRI 2.160   Ratnewshwar Lal, Ph.D.  TBD
Apr 12

 

  MED 4.409L   Gabriela Romero Uribe, Ph.D. TBD
Apr 19

 

  3.104A Pestana Lecture Hall   David Restrepo, Ph.D. TBD
Apr 26

 

  N/A   No Seminar - Fiesta

 

 
May 1 STRECH (2-3 pm)   MED 3.309L   STRECH STRECH

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