Combi Seminars

Co-sponsored by the Department of Genomes Sciences and the Computational Molecular Biology (CMB) Program, the Combi Seminars focus specifically on developments in molecular and computational biology-related research and often feature UW faculty and researchers from regionally affiliated centers and institutes.

All Combi Seminars take place on Wednesdays from 1:30 - 2:30 in Foege Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
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Please follow this link for a listing of past seminars.

 

Spring 2016 -

the following dates are reserved for postdoctoral research talks:

May 4 - postdoctoral research talk & research reports:

Dr. Mark Chaisson
"Resolving segmental duplication content de novo through assembly by phasing"

Matt Rich
"Comprehensive analysis of the yeast promoters through mutagenesis and chemostat selection"

May 11, Combi Seminar: Dr. Rachel Karchin
Johns Hopkins University
"Subclonal Hierarchy Inference from Somatic Mutations: Automatic Reconstruction of Cancer Evolutionary Trees From Multi-Region Next Generation Sequencing"

 

the following dates are reserved for postdoctoral research talks:

May 18 - Dr. Damien Wilburn, Dr. Josh Schraiber

May 25 - Dr. Caitlin Smukowski Heil, Dr. Elizabeth Kwan

June 1 - Dr. Adam Warner, Dr. Cristina Valensisi

June 8 reserved for Jennifer McCreight defense.

June 15 reservation given up to outside group.

June 29 reservation given up to outside group.

 

Autumn 2016

October 5 - Dr. Orr Ashenberg