CIGars - Center for Integrative Genomics Advanced Research Seminar
The Center for Integrative Genomics (CIG) holds a monthly advanced research seminar (CIGars) with two presentations given by graduate students and post-docs. Each presentation is approximately 25 minutes with five minutes for questions. These talks are directed to graduate students and post-docs but are open to anyone who is interested in the topics.
“Single Cell RNA Sequencing Reveals Deep Homology of Dental Cell Types across Vertebrates"
George Gruenhagen, Ph.D. Graduate Student, Bioinformatics Ph.D. Program – Todd Streelman, Ph.D., Advisor Georgia Tech
“Molecular and Cellular Profiling of a Complex Social Behavior using Single Nuclei RNA-sequencing”
Zack Johnson, NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellow – Todd Streelman, Ph.D., Advisor Georgia Tech
This is a great opportunity to:
- Improve your presentation skills as a speaker
- Communicate science, research, and technology to an audience with diverse backgrounds
- Practice giving your talk for an upcoming conference, thesis defense, or qualifying oral exams
- Enjoy free lunch and hear about a wide range of work happening in the local bioscience community
If you cannot attend in person, please join us virtually on BlueJeans with this link.