Integrated Cancer Research Center Seminars

Georgia Tech has been a leader in the development of collaborative approaches to both cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. The mission of the Integrated Cancer Research Center (ICRC) is to facilitate integration of the diversity of technological, computational, scientific and medical expertise at Georgia Tech and partner institutions in a coordinated effort to develop improved cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. For a list of upcoming seminars, visit the ICRC Website

 

 

Events

Tuesday
October
31
"Neural Crest Migration and Possible Implications in Cancer Metastasis" - Shuyi Nie, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Tuesday
November
07
"RNA-driven Gene Fusion in Cancer" - Laising Yen, Ph.D. - Baylor College of Medicine
Tuesday
November
28
"Epigenetic Plasticity and Intratumor Heterogeneity: Constraining Evolution to Prevent Invasion" - Paula Vertino, Ph.D. - Emory University School of Medicine
Thursday
November
30
“Roles of Neural Stem and Progenitor Cells in the Development of Benign and Malignant Brain Tumors” - Yuan Zhu, Ph.D. - Children's National Medical Center
Tuesday
January
16
"Microfluidic Studies of Cancer" - Shuichi Takayama, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Tuesday
February
06
"Next-generation Sequencing (NGS) for Research and Clinical Applications: What’s Behind the Curtain?" - Viany Mittal, Ph.D. - ThermoFisher
Tuesday
February
20
“Screening for Ovarian Cancer: A Window into the Pelvis” - Michael A. Finan, M.D. - USA Mitchell Cancer Institute
Tuesday
February
27
"CompELS: A Nonevolutionary Screening Approach for DNA Aptamers" - Valeria Milam, Ph.D. - Georgia Tech
Tuesday
March
27
"Molecular Machines Kill Cells by Drilling Holes in the Lipid Bilayers" - James M. Tour, Ph.D. - Rice University
Tuesday
April
10
"Cancer as a Mitochondrial Metabolic Disease: Implications for Novel Therapeutics" - Thomas N. Seyfried, Ph.D. - Boston College