This seminar series aims to present work from leaders in the field of computational biology with relevance to biomedical research to the academic and applied research community in the Greater Philadelphia region. The scope of topics is likely to include data analysis, modeling and simulation, bioinformatics, functional genomics, and system biology. Seminars will be held on or about the first Thursday of each month at 3:00PM. Afternoon tea will be served. Seminars are typically digitally recorded and available for viewing afterwards.
This seminar series is supported by faculty effort and funds from the Daniel Baugh Institute for Functional Genomics/Computational Biology in the department of Pathology, Anatomy and Cell Biology at Thomas Jefferson University. Major financial sponsorship has also been provided (past and present) by the Greater Philadelphia Bioinformatics Alliance, BioAdvance/The Biotechnology Greenhouse of Southeastern Pennsylvania, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute Exploratory Program in Systems Biology. In addition, institutions throughout the southeastern Pennsylvania region assist in publicizing the seminars. Without all their generous support this unique educational resource would not be possible.
Daniel Baugh Institute
- Single-cell transcriptional analysis reveals novel neuronal phenotypes and interaction networks involved in the central circadian clock
- Systemic leukotriene B
4receptor antagonism lowers arterial blood pressure and improves autonomic function in the spontaneously hypertensive rat
- Computational Modeling of Spatiotemporal Ca2+ Signal Propagation Along Hepatocyte Cords
- Integrated live imaging and molecular profiling of embryoid bodies reveals a synchronized progression of early differentiation
- Mitochondrial Ca2+ and regulation of the permeability transition pore