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Samira Musah Jul 9
I am excited to join the faculty at University as a tenure-track assistant professor in Biomedical Engineering & Nephrology.
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Irrational Robot Apr 16
Nikhet Thakkar showing the power of simple time series models for Measles outbreak prediction. Great stuff!
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Matteo Zanella Mar 7
Check out our last work resulting from a fruitful collaboration with ’s lab. Now available on . Alessandro Vitriolo
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McHeyzer-Williams 19 Nov 17
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Institute for Disease Modeling Oct 26
We are excited to conduct our Intro to Modeling workshop at tomorrow! Looking forward to meeting everyone that signed up; it should be an informative and fantastic day.
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Lonza BioResearch Solutions Jun 15
Lonza, in collaboration with Ltd, is hosting a webinar on the development of more physiologically relevant 3D lung-immune cell models for enhanced disease modeling. Watch the live webinar on Monday, 25 June:
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Victoria M. Gammino Feb 6
Grateful 4 feedback on our workshop at cosponsored by If you missed it, the awesome presentations on are here
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Institute for Disease Modeling Mar 11
Thank you so much to all of the amazing students that came to talk with us at and last week about IDM career opportunities! We are incredibly impressed with your drive and talent
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AMYPAD May 11
On 18 April, the team took the opportunity to invite two prestigious guest speakers and host an Open Lecture to present and discuss efforts in ’s Disease.
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Diego Balboa Sep 14
Defending my thesis work next week, a brief summary here ;) ⁩ ⁦
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Institute for Disease Modeling Oct 31
Mathematical models are invaluable for answering questions on pathogen transmission dynamics and creating solutions for elimination. This is especially true for low prevalence diseases like HAT, as demonstrated by Nikul Chitnis from SwissTPI.
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StemoniX Nov 7
StemoniX iPSC-derived neural platforms are ideal for studies and in the never-ending search for new pharmaceuticals. Let us help you achieve your next breakthrough. Visit us at Booth 506 @Neurosci2018.
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AMYPAD 18 Apr 18
We are in today to discuss data management and processing and ongoing projects within WP5/disease modelling. We are also glad to organise this evening an open Lecture on and in ’s disease
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Chris Fleming Ph.D. Jun 13
Marc Pourrier from presenting innovative manual patch clamp data of human iPSC derived , Cor.4U, transfected with hERG and LQTS mutations. at US Annual User meeting
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Rebecca Lee Smith Jan 20
Ready to give a 2-day workshop here in starting tomorrow. I'm excited to see the list of participants - a mix of professors and students from several institutions.
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Scott Berry 2 May 16
Off to for awesome GNE trial discussions.
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Ncardia 30 Nov 17
Special thanks to our keynote speaker Prof. Christine L. Mummery PhD on her presentation about the future of using -derived cells
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NetSci 2018 27 Nov 17
The second invited speaker we are happy to announce today is Samuel Scarpino from University!
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AMYPAD 20 Apr 18
We organised an open lecture event on and in ’s disease last Wednesday in . Many thanks to William Jagust and Roger Gunn for their great talks. Thanks also to our members Isadora and Pawel for their presentations
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GeorgetownGLID Mar 22
If understanding how and why some diseases re-emerge interests you, there's 9 days to apply to the Masters Program in Global Infectious Disease! Measles Is Spiking Around The Globe. How Worried Should We Be?
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