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IGB Science Chat: A COVID-19 Primer: Virology, Immunology, Evolution, and Epidemic Modeling

Online

Presented by Professors Chris Brooke, Colin Kieffer, Rebecca Smith and Jessica Brinkworth, members of IGB’s Infection Genomics for One Health research theme.

“A COVID-19 Primer: Virology, Immunology, Evolution, and Epidemic Modeling"

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IGB Science Chat: Digital Resolution Biosensing: New Approaches in Cancer and COVID-19

Online

Presented by Professor Brian T. Cunningham, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and member of the Center for Genomic Diagnostics at the IGB, for an interactive discussion.

"Digital Resolution Biosensing: New Approaches in Cancer and COVID-19"

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IGB Science Chat: Micromechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Collagenous Tissue for Applications in Pre-term Birth and for Diseased and Damaged Tissue

Online

Presented by Professor Amy Wagoner Johnson, Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering and member of the Regenerative Biology & Tissue Engineering research theme at the IGB, for an interactive discussion.

"Micromechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Collagenous Tissue for Applications in Pre-term Birth and for Diseased and Damaged Tissue"

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IGB Science Chat: Adapting Commercial Systems to Create Multidimensional Tissue Models

Online

Presented by Professor Brendan Harley, Robert W. Schaefer Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and leader of the Regenerative Biology & Tissue Engineering research theme at the IGB, for an interactive discussion.

"Adapting Commercial Systems to Create Multidimensional Tissue Models"

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IGB Science Chat: Is the Cure to COVID-19 Worse than the Problem? An Economic Perspective

Online

Join Professor Madhu Khanna, ACES Distinguished Professor of Agricultural and Consumer Economics and member of the Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation (CABBI), for an interactive discussion.

"Is the Cure to COVID-19 Worse than the Problem? An Economic Perspective"

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