Past Events 2016-2017

Monthly QB Lunch
September 7, 2016. Guest Speaker: Ben Rogers, Professor of Physics

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
September 13, 2016

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
September 27, 2016

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
October 11, 2016

Monthly QB Lunch
October 19,
 2016. Guest Speaker: Avital Rodal, Assistant Professor of Biology

QB Annual Retreat
October 21-22, 2016. Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA. Keynote Speaker: Katherine Henzler-Wildman, University of Wisconsin-Madison

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
October 25, 2016

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
November 8,
 2016

Monthly QB Lunch
November 30, 2016. Guest Speaker: Tijana Ivanovic, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
December 6, 2016

Monthly QB Lunch
December 14, 2016. Guest Speaker: Seth Fraden, Professor of Physics

QB Bootcamp
January 13, 2017, Mandel Center. Keynote Speaker: Angela DePace (Systems Biology/Harvard Medical School)

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
January 31,
 2017

Monthly QB Lunch
February 8, 2017. Guest Speaker: Douglas Theobald, Associate Professor of Biochemistry

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
February 14, 2017
 

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
February 28, 2017 

Monthly QB Lunch
March 8, 2017. Guest Speaker: Jane Kondev, Professor of Physics

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
March 14, 2017 

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
March 28, 2017

Joint Quantitative Biology-Physics Colloquium
March 28, 2017. Guest Speaker: Steve Harvey, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine: “Physics explains how a virus motor stuffs a long DNA into a small shell.”

Monthly QB Lunch
April 5, 2017. Guest Speaker: Michael Hagan, Associate Professor of Physics

QB Student Presentation and Pizza Talk
April 11,
 2017

Cosponsored Quantitative Biology/Biochemistry-Biophysics Pizza Talk
April 28, 2017. Guest Speaker: Kiyoshi Mizuuchi, NIH: “Intracellular long-range communication in bacterial plasmid segregation and septum positioning.”