We will have tons of food and games! A great chance to meet your peers and find your mentor/mentee!
Join us at our BAW activities! Keynote will be given by Ed Boyden of MIT! Food will be provided!!
Come and bond with your mentor/mentee and enjoy a night of relaxation and painting!! We’ll be providing supplies and food, so get in touch with your mentor or mentee and come paint!
Interested in DNA Sequencing and the Doors It Opens?
Take a Break And Join Us in Welcoming Richard Resnick, GenomeQuest CEO
When: Monday, December 1st, 7p.m.
Where: 20 WVF (West Village F)
Listen and enjoy some Dunkin’ Beverages and Snacks
Join us for our last meeting of the semester! Our great speaker, Richard Resnick, has been the CEO of GenomeQuest since 2010. He has helped to expand the company into the realm of healthcare. He previously worked on the Human Genome Project.
“GenomeQuest, Inc. develops large-scale genomic software applications by using a hosting platform for healthcare and agricultural organizations. It offers GQ-Dx, a clinical decision support system for whole-genome diagnostics to help scientific and clinical communities to translate advances from whole genome and whole-exome sequencing, and gene-panels into clinical application. The company’s GQ-Dx includes tools for sequence processing, annotation management, diagnostic reporting, and diagnostic research to analyze and report information about variations and changes in genes and proteins to improve disease treatment.”
Music and the Brain
With Dr. Psyche Loui and Special Guests: The Nor’easters!
When: Monday, November 17rd at 7 p.m.
Where: 168 Snell Engineering
Listen and enjoy some Lily’s Pasta
Dr. Loui is a professor at Wesleyan University, specializing in research on music’s involvement and connection with the brain.
Research in my lab aims to understand the networks of brain structure and function that enable musical processes: auditory and multisensory perception, learning and memory of sound structure, sound production, and the human aesthetic and emotional response to sensory stimuli. Tools for this research include electrophysiology, structural and functional neuroimaging, noninvasive brain stimulation, and psychophysical and cognitive experiments as motivated by the following questions:
- How do humans perceive and produce music?
- How do expectations develop?
- How do structural and functional connectivity in the brain enable perception and action?
- How can music be used to understand the brain and to help people with neurological and psychiatric disorders”