December 2, 2015
UWPA Research Symposium 2015
An afternoon of great research stories with a drinks reception to follow.
1:30 pm Welcome and lunch
2:00 pm Session 1
Michael Fire, CSE
Quantitative Analysis of Genealogy Using Digitized Family Trees
Kim Siang Khaw, Department of Physics
The Muon (g-2): probing the physics beyond the Standard Model
Janna Schurer, Dept of Occupational and Environmental Health
Who let the dogs out? A One Health approach to improving veterinary public health in rural and remote Indigenous communities
Abigail Schindler, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Behavioral and neurochemical outcomes of blast-induced mild traumatic brain injury
3 pm Break
3:15 pm Session 2
Luiz Oliveira, Department of Chemical Engineering.
Molecular simulation, a crucial tool for a hydrogen-based economy.
Winnie Ho, Department of Biology
I SMELL A TRAP! How carnivorous pitcher plants (Sarraceniaceae) use scent to attract pollinators and deceive prey.
Daniel Reeves, Theoretical Immunology Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Critical therapy efficacy from mathematical modeling of HIV
Christopher Bahl, Biochemistry
Unlocking the full potential of protein-based drugs with de novo disulfide-rich mini proteins
4:15 Bar opens with snacks and free beer
4:20 Panel: Career alternatives
4:50 Closing remarks and prize giving
As before we’re pleased to invite postdoctoral researchers from research institutions across Seattle, to join us.