UW Bioengineering Departmental Seminars

Thursdays, 12:30 – 1:30pm, Foege N130A (Wallace H. Coulter Seminar Room)

UW Bioengineering departmental seminars are held Thursdays during Winter and Spring quarter (January-June), and offer invited researchers a forum to discuss scientific problems related to bioengineering. Open discussion of problems is desired.

The seminar is open to members of the public and is also offered as an academic course (BIOEN 509).

For more information about BIOEN 509, students are encouraged to visit the UW Bioengineering Departmental Seminar Course Page.

Schedule of Speakers for Winter 2015

January 8, 2015: Jeffrey A. Weiss, Bioengineering, University of Utah

(Joint Pathology/BioE Faculty Candidate) January 9, 2015: Kelly Stevens, Laboratory of Multiscale Regenerative Medicine, MIT

(Joint Pathology/BioE Faculty Candidate) January 12, 2015: Jennifer Davis, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital/Howard Hughes Medical Institute

January 15, 2015: Timothy Cox, Pediatrics, University of Washington

January 22, 2015: Alexander Pozhitkov, Oral Health Science, University of Washington

January 29, 2015: Michael Laflamme, Pathology, University of Washington

February 5, 2015: Fan Yang, Bioengineering, Stanford University

February 12, 2015: Jason Burdick, Bioengineering, University of Pennsylvania

February 19, 2015: Cole DeForest, Chemical Engineering, University of Washington

February 26, 2015: David Mack, Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington

March 5, 2015: TBD BioE Departmental Seminar

March 12, 2015: TBD BioE Departmental Seminar

March 19, 2015: Harm-Anton Klock, Polymers Laboratory, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

Archive

Seminar videos available here.

Autumn 2014 Seminars

Spring 2014 Seminars

Winter 2014 Seminars

2013 Seminars

1/10/2013 Dr. Tara Deans Engineering Biomaterials & Tissues to Control Synthetic Gene Networks
1/17/2013 Dr. David Zhang Nucleic Acid Molecular Engineering Assays for Diagnostic Applications
1/24/2013 Dr. Nan Hao Dynamic signal processing by transcription factors
1/31/2013 Dr. Brynne Stanton Developing a language to program cells
2/7/2013 Dr. Marya Lieberman Detection of low-quality pharmaceuticals with paper analytical devices (PADs) and bioPADs
2/14/2013 Dr. Paul Goodwin Extending the Resolution of the Light Microscope with 3D Structured Illumination Microscopy
2/21/2013 Dr. Tom Hansen Mechanical Ventilation in Preterm Infants:  Is Simpler Better?
2/28/2013 Dr. Pavel Zrazhevisky Quantum dot platform for single-cell molecular profiling
3/7/2013 Dr. Ying Zheng Engineering microvasculature for the study of angiogenesis, thrombosis and thrombopoiesis
3/12/2013 Dr. Quiming Yu Engineering Plasmonic Nanostructures for Biosensing
4/4/2013 Dr. Anthony Convertine Nanotherapeutic delivery systems via controlled radical polymerizations
4/11/2013 Dr. Paul Wiggins The dynamics of E. coli ultra-structure
4/18/2013 Dr. Kim Woodrow Polymeric delivery systems for the combination delivery of antiretroviral drugs in HIV prevention
4/25/2013 Dr. Lara Gamble Surface Analysis for Biomedical Problems: Overview & Cuttinh Edge Applications
5/2/2013 Dr. Marco Rolandi Tailoring microstructure and protonic conductivity of biomaterials with hydrogen bonding
5/9/2013 Dr. Nathan Sniadecki Hold Tight: The Role of Platelet Receptors GPIb-IX-V, Integrin αIIbβ3, and Myosin-Dependent Forces in Coagulation
5/16/2013 Dr. Bernhard Weigl New tools to combat the diabetes epidemic in low resource settings
5/23/2013 Dr. Jessica Walter Building biology: Insights into microscopic systems from modeling and synthetic biology
5/30/2013 Dr. John T. Wilson Regulating Immune Responses through Cellular and Molecular Engineering
6/6/2013 Dr. Nick Loebel Non-antibiotic anti-infective therapies for a broad spectrum of bacterial, viral, and fungal infections