On behalf of the NIGMS Training Programs, you are invited to attend the Biomedical Career Development Forum on March 28-30, 2019 on the Evanston campus. The Forum will feature professionals from a variety of careers discussing their career path and offering advice and guidance.
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News & Events
Biophysics preceptor, Heather Pinkett, was recently profiled by the Biophysical Society. Check out the feature to learn more about Dr. Pinkett's career path and the research currently happening in her lab.
Neha Kamat and biophysics trainees, Miranda Jacobs and Maggie Boyd, recently published an article in PNAS. Her lab set out to synthesize membrane proteins outside of a cell, and in the process developed a new technique that improved the rate and yield of these proteins. The technique also gave rise to a new understanding of mechanical processes that could be occurring inside a cell.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, Evanston
The Molecular Biophysics Training Program holds Journal Club in Evanston on the 4th Tuesday of every month.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM, Evanston
MBS Department Seminar Demet Arac, The University of Chicago Title: Cellular Communication via Adhesion