An optional Introduction to Linux portion will be held from 1:30-2:30, followed by the Biocluster class portion from 2:30 to 5:00. Space is limited to 44 participants, register at http://www.igb.illinois.edu/biocluster-class-signup.
Assembly of Stem Cell-Derived Human Tissues for Discovery and Therapy
William L. Murphy, PhD
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Risk Communication Practice at CDC: From Ebola to Zika
Katherine Lyon Daniel, PhD
Associate Director for Communication
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Innovation, Culture and You
CEO and Co-Founder
National Center for Women and Information Technology
Product Development in a Regulated Industry
President and Principal Consultant, BioPhia Consulting, Inc.
Visiting Scientist, University of Illinois, Department of Chemistry
Drug Repurposing and Novel Compounds for Cancer Therapy and Prevention
Gregory J. Riggins, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Department of Neurosurgery
Enduring Legacy of Sol Spiegelman
In honor of University of Illinois microbiologist Sol Spiegelman and his work with recombinant DNA technology, the IGB is hosting the symposium “The Enduring Legacy of Sol Spiegelman.” Our national panel of speakers, including two Nobel Laureates, encompasses diverse disciplines such as microbiology, biochemistry, cellular and development biology, neuroscience, and biomolecular engineering, and will be presenting on current and future work in their respective fields. Register now at http://spiegelman2017.igb.illinois.edu/.