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May 20

Advancement: Methods development for genome sequencing applications

Balaji Sundararaman
PhD Student (Advisor: Ed Green)

Abstract:  The human genome contains sequence variations and haplotypes that are collectively inherited variations in a chromosome. Humans are diploids. Therefore, phasing individual chromosomes is needed to understand the function of the variation on each chromosome. Haplotype and genomic... Read More

May 17

CPSRC Seminar - Software Exploitation: Hardware is the New Black

Cristiano Giuffrida
Professor

  Abstract: What would the world be like if software had no bugs? Software systems would be impenetrable and our data shielded from prying eyes? Not quite. In this talk, I will present evidence that reliable attacks targeting even "perfect" software are a realistic threat. Such attacks... Read More

May 17

Neural Development in Homo sapiens

Gary Mantalas
Graduate Student, MCD Biology

  Abstract: Cerebral cortex organoids (cerebral organoids) derived from human pluripotent stem cell lines provide a model system for studying how genetics can affect human brain development.    We recently demonstrated that deletion of human-specific NOTCH2NL... Read More

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