Cafeteria & Company, 208 W. Main Street, Urbana
Join us for the Art of Science 12.0 at Cafeteria & Company in Urbana. Opening night on May 6th from 4:00pm to 8:00pm, and an additional showing on May 7th from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
Sponsored by the IGB, BodyWork Associates, and the Catherine and Don Kleinmuntz Center for Genomics in Business and Society
Learn about IGB research, hear about current issues in the life sciences, and connect with others at the poster session at the 2022 Fellows Symposium. With keynotes lectures from Dr. Andrew Leakey, former IGB Fellow, CABBI Director, and Professor and Head of Plant Biology, and Dr. Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Professor of Comparative Genomics at Uppsala University and Scientific Director of Vertebrate Genome Biology at the Broad Institute.
To register and submit a poster for the competition please visit fellows.igb.illinois.edu.
Gautam Dantas, PhD
Washington University; Professor of Pathology & Immunology, Biomedical Engineering, and Molecular Microbiology
"Understanding and Predicting Perturbations To Diverse Microbiomes"
"Introduction to Abberior Minflux and Sample Prep"
Kingsley Boateng, Senior Research Specialist
Carl R Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
Featured Instrument: Minflux
To go lunches will be provided.
In-person in 612 or Join via Zoom
Join us for our series where we highlight the intersection of food, science, and culture. Each lecture will feature food tailored by campus chefs paired with lectures delivered by campus experts.
“Tortillas y tacos: food for your gut and your brain”
Margarita Teran MD, PhD
Assistant Dean And Program Leader
Integrated Health Disparities, University of Illinois Extension, ACES
Register by April 6 to receive a free meal voucher while supplies last by visiting www.igb.illinois.edu/lunchbox.
Join us as we showcase the IGB theme Center for Genomic Diagnostics (CGD) for an afternoon of collaboration, poster talks, and socialization! Refreshments will be served.
THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Myron Cohen, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Associate Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs and Global Health and Director, Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases
"A “Bench to Bedside” Story: Treatment and Prevention of Emerging Pathogens"