SACKLER DISCUSSION GROUP

This monthly forum brings together researchers from biological, physical and engineering backgrounds to present and discuss their research. Our focus is on research in progress talks, giving opportunities for graduate students and post-docs to present.

Meeting times: SDG will meet noon - 1pm (with lunch served at 11:45 am).

Location: Bass Center 305 (266 Whitney Ave.).

If you would like to be added to our mailing list or present your research, please contact the organizers for 2016-2017:

Curran Oi (MB&B) and Olivier Trottier (Physics)


2016 Fall SDG schedule

September 23, 2016

David Baddeley (Baddeley lab): Drowning in Detail? Getting high quality quantitative results from super-resolution microscopy
Wei Liu (E. Yan lab): A Sum Frequency Generation Study of SpyTag Modified BslA Biofilm Protein at Interface

October 21, 2016

Emilio Salazar (Clark lab): Fast timescale tuning to correlations in Drosophila’s ON and OFF elementary motion detectors
Sujoy Ganguly (Howard lab): Mathematical Modeling of Dendrite Morphogenesis

November 18, 2016

Stefan Elrington (Barrett lab): Magnetic resonance imaging of biological solids: P-31 and H-1 NMR/MRI in bone apatite
Joshua Burt (Murray lab): Hierarchical organization of microcircuit specialization in human cortex

2017 Spring SDG schedule

January 20, 2017

Michael Mak: Multiscale Mechanobiology in Cancer and Development
Stephanie Loeb (Kim lab): Towards the Design and Characterization of Photothermal Nanomaterials for Sustainable Solar Water Treatment

February 17, 2017

Mike Lacy (Berro lab): Visualizing heterogeneous single-molecule dynamics of eisosome protein Pil1p in live cells
Lexi Signoriello (O’Hern/Bosenberg labs): Computational modeling of tissue development

March 17, 2017

Sangjin Kim (Jacobs-Wagner lab): Modeling spatio-temporal dynamics of RNA polymerases in gene regulation: lessons from highway traffic
Andrew Barentine (Bewersdorf and Baddeley labs): Nano-scale imaging at warp speed

April 21, 2017

Gilad Kaufman (Osuji lab): Interfacial engineering in microdroplets as a tool to make microcapsules
Jennifer Gaines (O’Hern and Regan labs): Computational studies of protein cores and protein core mutations

May 19, 2017

2nd year PEB students