Tuesdays from 12:30 - 1:50 in Foege Auditorium (S 060)
Speakers must post references for their Journal Club by the Monday preceding their talk. References should be given to Brian Giebel (bgiebel
(at) u.washington.edu) to be posted on this page. If you are unable to speak at the appointed time, please arrange to change dates with someone else (please notify Brian when you make changes).
References are posted as they are received - and sometimes this is several months in advance. Please be sure to check the current and past schedules to make sure your proposed article hasn't already been reserved or previously presented by another speaker.
This is worth repeating. Please make sure no one else is already scheduled to present your article.
Follow this link for a listing of past Journal Club references.
Foege Auditorium is unavailable from Dec 8 - Jan 5 due to a/v upgrades.
2/12 - Ian Smith, Andy Lin
Computer Security, Privacy, and DNA Sequencing:Compromising Computers with Synthesized DNA, Privacy Leaks, and More. 2017 USENIX Security Symposium
Wroblewska, A., Dhainaut, M., et al. Protein Barcodes Enable High-Dimensional Single-Cell CRISPR Screens. Cell, Volume 175, Issue 4, 1141-1155
2/19 - David Bacsik, Deanna Plubell
Blauwkamp, et al. "Analytical and clinical validation of a microbial cell-free DNA sequencing test for infectious disease". Nature Microbiology.
Dan, K. et al., DNA nanodevices map enzymatic activity in organelles. Nature Nanotechnology (2019)
2/26 - Sam Regalado, Florence Chardon
3/5 - Sarah Hilton, Michael Goldberg
3/12 - Chris Large, Jolie Carlisle
4/2 - Alberto Rivera, Will DeWitt
Geometry of the Sample Frequency Spectrum and the Perils of Demographic Inference. Zvi Rosen, Anand Bhaskar, Sebastien Roch and Yun S. Song. GENETICS Early online July 31, 2018
4/9 - Jose Pineda, Emma De Neef
4/16 - Kate Dusenbury, Gesine Cauer
4/23 - Mitchell Vollger, Nick Hasle
The remaining Spring Quarter Journal Club sessions will be used for Research Reports.