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Using R for Biostatistics I – NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENT? REGISTER NOW! This 1 credit hour course will introduce R statistical software computing associated with topics discussed in Biostatistics I. Fall semester, Thursdays from 11am-12noon, 66 N Pauline, Room 400, instructor is Zoran Bursac, PhD, email@example.com . Register using BIOE 805 – Using R for Biostatistics I. CRN: 44413.
Andrew Chuan-Yin Liu, Ph.D.,
Department of Biological Sciences,
University of Memphis
Viraj Ichhaporia, a graduate student of Dr. Linda Hendershot, will present a seminar entitled, “Sil1, a Component of the ER Protein-folding Machinery, plays a Critical Role in Maintaining Skeletal Muscle Physiology and Glucose Homeostasis”, on Monday, May 15, 2017, at 4:00 p.m., in the MSB Conference Room 201A.
Join the Office of Research & the PMC tomorrow at noon in the College of Pharmacy (COP) 118/119 for a Special Tech. Seminar featuring Dr. James Moresco, Director of the Mass Spectrometry Core for Proteomics, The Salk Institute, & Staff Scientist, Dept. of Molecular Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute. Topic: “Gaining Biological Insights with Proteomics using a Lumos Tribrid Mass Spectrometer”
Join the Office of Research Wednesday, May 24th from 1-2pm in the TSRB conference room 100 for a special seminar featuring Dr. Aaron B. Bowman, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Biochemistry, and Neurology at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Bowman will lecture on the topic “Manganese biology, neurotoxicity and genetics in neurodegenerative disease.” Light refreshments will be served!
Join the Office of Research Tues., May 23 in the GEB A104 at noon for Hot Topics in Research featuring Dr. Richard Magid, Vice President of UTRF. Richard will detail services that UTRF has available for researchers. Specific areas to be covered are how new ideas are evaluated, what to expect when your invention is licensed to industry, & new UTRF programming. Free lunch for the first 50 people!
There will be no guided meditation in SASSI today. Please visit uthsc.edu/sassi to see the regularly updated calendar of events for future sessions.