Announcing Second Annual QBioS Student Seminar Series
This semester we will be presenting the second annual QBioS Student Seminar series, highlighting the research of one of our 4th year QBioS students each week and providing an opportunity for feedback and discussion. Topics will include applications of quantitative methods in biosciences that span from the molecular scale all the way to global ecosystems. Seminars will be held on Thursdays, from 4-5pm starting on February 11th and occurring weekly through March 11th.
Our first seminar will be presented by Guanlin Li, "Optimizing Use of Multiphage ‘Cocktails’ for Treatment of Immunodeficient Hosts: A Model-Based Control Approach." Please see the schedule for more details.
Seminars this year will be held remotely via Bluejeans. Links for each week's seminar will be posted in an announcement for that seminar, please check the QBioS web page for those announcements. If you cannot find the link for a seminar, please contact Daniel Muratore (contact available here).
Please join us in hearing about the exciting work our 4th year cohort is up to and supporting them through the thesis process!