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May 17

CPSRC Seminar - Software Exploitation: Hardware is the New Black

Cristiano Giuffrida

  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

May 10

Defense: Prediction of cancer phenotypes through the integration of multi-omic data and prior information

Vladislav Uzunangelov
PhD Candidate (Advisor: Josh Stuart)

Abstract:  High-throughput data have become ubiquitous in the study of biological phenomena. We can now query cellular state at higher resolution, giving us better insight into complex diseases. For example, there are currently tens of thousands of cancer patients with simultaneous copy number... Read More