Research in Progress

The RIP series provides an informal forum for computational biologists to keep abreast of colleagues' projects, to help students and postdocs hone their presentation skills, and to get expert feedback on new projects. The forum is targeted towards anyone working at the interface of Biology and Analytical sciences. CBBG students are strongly encouraged to present. These meetings will be held in room #3118 Biomolecular Sciences Building (#296) Thursdays from 2-3pm, unless otherwise noted. There will be one presentation, approximately 30 minutes with lots of time for open discussion and socializing.

**If you are interested in speaking on an open date, or if you need to cancel or reschedule, please contact Barbara Lewis.
CBCB Fall 2014 RIP Schedule

Spring Semester 2018

Date

Speaker

Fac/
Postdoc/
Grad

PI/Lab

Topic

Time (if other than 2pm)

2/1

Jason Fan

Staff

Max Leiserson

Multi-Species Functional Embedding Integrating Sequence and Network Structure

2/8

Welles Robinson

Graduate Student

Eytan Ruppin & Max Leiserson

Improving Mutation Signatures by Learning Categories

2/15

Assaf Magen

Graduate Student

Sridhar Hannenhalli

Dissecting tumor infiltrating lymphocyte diversity by single-cell transcriptome analysis

2/22

Victoria Paz Cepeda Espinoza

Graduate Student

Mihai Pop

Reference-guided Metagenomic Assembly using MetaCompass

3/1

Seth Commichaux

Graduate Student

Mihai Pop

A Critical Analysis of the Integrated Gene Catalog

3/8

3/15

3/22

Spring Break Holiday

3/29

Sushant Patkar

Graduate Student

Roded Sharan - TAU

Optimization Framework for Network Annotation

4/5

4/12

4/19

4/26

5/3

5/10