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Mar
27
Thu
ICM and Computer Science Present: Why Is It So Difficult to Disseminate Health Care Improvements?
Mar 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm

The Institute for Computational Medicine and the Department of Computer Science present a seminar on computational health hosted by Raimond Winslow, Suchi Saria and Greg Hager at noon, Thursday, March 27 in the Bloomberg School of Health’s Anna Baetjer Room:

Walter “Buzz” Stewart, PhD, Chief R & D Officer for Sutter Health System, will speak on “Why is it so difficult to disseminate health care improvements?”

Feb
3
Tue
ICM Distinguished Seminar Series presents “Sex, Drugs and Funky Rhythms”
Feb 3 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The Institute for Computational Medicine’s Distinguished Seminar Series will present Colleen Clancy, professor of pharmacology at UC Davis School of Medicine, at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 3 in Mason Hall Auditorium.

The title of Clancy’s talk is “Sex, Drugs and Funky Rhythms.”

Colleen Clancy

Colleen Clancy

Refreshments will follow the seminar at 4 p.m.

For more information about the ICM series or to watch a webcast of the event, go to icm.jhu.edu/seminars

Aug
3
Thu
INBT Summer Seminar Series: Steven M. Jay
Aug 3 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

The Institute for NanoBioTechnology hosts Steven M. Jay, assistant professor at the University of Maryland, College Park, for a seminar on “Uncovering New Insights into Vascular Pharmaceutical Biology and the Design of New Biotherapeutics.”

Steven M. Jay is involved in projects at the interface of vascular and cancer biology, and bioengineering, with the objective of generating new therapies that can be translated to clinical use. His research aims to uncover new biological insights towards the design and development of novel biopharmaceuticals, including proteins and extracellular vesicles (exosomes) through protein engineering for therapeutic vascularization, engineering exosomal nanotechnology for translational therapeutic delivery, and enhancing tissue engineering through drug delivery.

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