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Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine Education Molecular Biophysics Works in Progress & Seminars

Molecular Biophysics Works in Progress & Seminars

The Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine at NYU Langone hosts talks by trainees and visiting scientists in the field of molecular biophysics.

Molecular Biophysics Works in Progress

Trainees in the Molecular Biophysics PhD Training Program present their ongoing research on Wednesdays at 10:00AM in the Skirball Institute’s third floor conference room.

If you are scheduled to present and need to cancel, email Devki Patel, project assistant, at devki.patel@nyulangone.org.

Fall 2019

September 25, 2019
Jacob Weaver, Serganov Lab
Elliot Philips, Kong Lab

October 23, 2019
Marie Sweet, Stokes Lab
Aswin Natarajan, Krogsgaard Lab

November 6, 2019
Yi Fu, Lionnet Lab
Lingfeng Chen, Mohammadi Lab

November, 20, 2019
Shohei Koide, PhD

December 4, 2019
Douglas Brawley, Traaseth Lab
Zhitai Hao, Nudler Lab

Spring 2020

January 15, 2020
Stephen Abini-Agbomson, Armache Lab
Larizbeth Francisco, Koide Lab

January 29, 2020
Nate Traaseth, PhD

February 12, 2020
Lauren Wallon, Koide Lab
Caroline Amendola, Philips Lab

February 26, 2020
Shirin Mortazavi, Hubbard Lab
Kartikeya Nagendra, Brujic Lab

March 11, 2020
Jasna Brujic, PhD

April 8, 2020
Mahrukh Usmani, Bhabha Lab and Ekiert Lab
Mark MacRae, Bhabha Lab and Ekiert Lab

April 22, 2020
Maria Benitez-Jones, Rothenberg Lab
Samantha Nyovanie, Krogsgaard Lab

May 6, 2020
Josh Gutierrez, Krogsgaard Lab
Casey Vieni, Bhabha Lab and Ekiert Lab

Molecular Biophysics Seminar Series

Molecular biophysics seminars take place on Wednesdays at 10:00AM in the Skirball Institute’s fourth floor seminar room.

If you have questions about our seminars or would like to attend even though you are not a Skirball Institute member, email Devki Patel, project assistant, at devki.patel@nyulangone.org.

Spring 2020

Our spring 2020 seminars are hosted by Douglas Brawley, trainee in the Traaseth Lab, and Kartikeya Nagendra, trainee in the Brujic Lab.