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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Design and Build Medical Devices- Group A 2/5

Location: Innovation Cluster, Level 0, Prototyping Core Lab

By Ali Alfrshuti | Tamer Shahin | Yasser Al-Omrany

An offering with a pre-selection process Objectives: Participants will be organized in teams where they will apply the basics of design skills, problem-solving, and workshop skills to make a prototy ... more
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Applications  About this masterclass  This masterclass will train students in theory and applications of machine learning and artif ... more

Masterclass: Jazz 2/3

Location: Building 20, Rehearsal Room

By Ulysses Owens

About this 3-day masterclass divided into three sessions: Jazz is Medicine A 60-Minute Introduction to Jazz for Scientists Jazz Improvisation Jazz is one of the great global musical traditions ... more

Bioresponsive Smart Drug Delivery

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 1

By Zhen Gu

Lecture by Zhen Gu, Professor in the Department of Bioengineering and Director of the NIH Biotechnology Training in Biomedical Sciences and Engineering Program at UCLA.  ABOUT THIS EVENT S ... more

DNA Nanostructures for Cellular Delivery of Therapeutics

Location: Bldg 20, Auditorium

By Hanadi Sleiman

A keynote lecture by Hanadi Sleiman, Professor of Chemistry and Canada Research Chair in DNA Nanoscience at McGill University. EVENT DESCRIPTION DNA nanotechnology has emerged as an except ... more

Once Upon a Time… Life - Vaccination

Location: University Library, Sea View Area, Level 2

ABOUT ONCE UPON A TIME... LIFE The program was initially produced in France in 1987 and is an animated television series that tells the story of the human body for children. The good charac ... more

Be Mind full or Mindful? - Group A 2/2

Location: Bldg 5, Level 5, Room 5220

By Sandra Katakalea

An offering with a pre-selection process The concept of time in our everyday life mainly consists of being caught in the past or the future. Present sometimes is almost nonexistent, or we rush it too ... more

Demystifying the Review Process

Location: Spine Auditorium Between 4 and 5

By Andre Nel | Hanadi Sleiman | Niveen M. Khashab

In this interactive panel discussion moderated by Assoc. Prof. Niveen M. Khashab, students and the broad audience will be able to exchange ideas about the scientific review process and the future of m ... more

Design and Build Medical Devices - Group B 2/5

Location: Innovation Cluster, Level 0, Prototyping Core Lab

By Ali Alfrshuti | Tamer Shahin | Yasser Al-Omrany

An offering with a pre-selection process Objectives: Participants will be organized in teams where they will apply the basics of design skills, problem-solving, and workshop skills to make a prototy ... more

Molecular Containers for Delivery and Sequestration Applications

Location: Building 9 Lecture hall 2

By Lyle Isaacs

Lecture by Lyle Isaacs, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Maryland. ABOUT THIS LECTURE In this talk, Professor Isaacs will present his recent work on the preparation and use ... more

Personalized Medicine in the Reproductive Area

Location: Bldg 20, Auditorium

By Rene Frydman

A keynote lecture by Rene Frydman, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Hôpitaux de Paris. In the last forty years, the knowledge of human reproduction has benefited an enormous developmen ... more

Gattaca

Location: Cinema Theater, Discovery Square

By Rene Frydman

We are excited to host the 2020 WEP Film Festival, where renowned scientists will introduce and lead discussions for a range of educational documentaries and fictional film screenings related to this ... more