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OURSIP Intern - Rishabh Rout

Simulating Spatial Transcriptomics Data

From  Crystal Dixon on July 29th, 2021 1 likes 6 plays

OURSIP Intern - Sophia Chen

Assessing Transposon Library Efficiency for In Vivo Gene Function and Essentiality Analysis in Clostridioides Difficile

From  Crystal Dixon on July 29th, 2021 1 likes 5 plays

OURSIP Intern - Alp Tartici

Biophysics of Huntington Pathology

From  Crystal Dixon on July 28th, 2021 0 likes 0 plays

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Childhood Vaccination Coverage in the United States: Assessing the Threat of Measles in the United States Following the COVID-19 Pandemic, Amanda Harris, UG '21 (2311546)

Vaccination is considered one of the greatest public health achievements and has significantly reduced the morbidity and mortality associated with vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs) in the United…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2021 1 likes 45 plays

But Do You Recall, Why Reindeer Populations Rise and Fall?: A Theoretical Model of Reindeer and Warble Flies, Ingrid Koester, UG '21 (2313694)

Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) are arctic large-bodied herbivores that have long-term population fluctuations. Although multiple underlying mechanisms might contribute to these fluctuations, the…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 29th, 2021 3 likes 85 plays

The Role of Genetic Ancestry in Precision Medicine: Insights from Skin Pigmentation Genes in Parkinson's Disease, Talia Krainc, UG '21 (2294943)

The greatest challenge facing the emergence of precision medicine is the lack of diversity in studied populations. To address this gap, it is critical to consider ancestral diversity that reflects…

From  Research Princeton Research Day on April 28th, 2021 8 likes 103 plays

Diversity in Innovation: Perspectives from the Pan-African Scientific Research Council

This session was part of Engage 2020, Princeton University's innovation and entrepreneurship conference. As universities grapple with inequity and the lack of underrepresented researchers in…

From  Innovation Innovation Communication on March 4th, 2021 0 likes 14 plays

From Healthscaping to Disease Tracing: Plague and Public Health After the Black Death - Abigail Agresta

From Healthscaping to Disease Tracing: Plague and Public Health After the Black Death Speaker: Abigail Agresta, George Washington University June 18, 2020 In partnership with…

From  Sarah Porter on December 5th, 2020 0 likes 16 plays

Avoiding Plague like the Plague: Some Pathogenic Context for Late Antique Pandemics - Tim Newfield

Avoiding Plague like the Plague: Some Pathogenic Context for Late Antique Pandemics Speaker: Tim Newfield, Georgetown University, Washington June 4, 2020 In…

From  Sarah Porter on December 4th, 2020 0 likes 11 plays

The ‘Plague of Cyprian’: Sources, Problems, Origins and the ‘Crisis of the Third Century’ - Sabine Huebner

The ‘Plague of Cyprian’: Sources, Problems, Origins and the ‘Crisis of the Third Century’ Speaker: Sabine Huebner, University of Basel May 28, 2020 In…

From  Sarah Porter on December 4th, 2020 0 likes 161 plays

The Story of Pandemics in Scholarship and Popular Culture, 1890-2020 - Eisenberg and Mordechai

The Story of Pandemics in Scholarship and Popular Culture, 1890-2020 Speakers: Merle Eisenberg, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Annapolis Lee…

From  Sarah Porter on December 2nd, 2020 0 likes 59 plays

Final Public Oral Examination of Alexandra DeCandia

An Inclusive Understanding of Molecular Variation in Population Genetics and Wildlife Disease Ecology

From  EEB EEB Media on August 6th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays

Germs and Empire

From  Classics Classics SCAD on July 29th, 2020 0 likes 8 plays

Closing Discussion | Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health

Closing Discussion | Pandemic Legacies and the Future of Health Saturday, May 9, 2020 | 3 - 4 pm Presenters:William Schneider, Indiana University I Why Some Pathogens Become Pandemics – Lessons…

From  Department of History Department on May 18th, 2020 0 likes 194 plays

Session 6 | Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past: Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health

Session 6 | After Epidemics: The Challenge of Reinventing Public HealthSaturday, May 9, 2020 | 1:30 - 3 pmFrom cholera to polio and AIDS, epidemic crises often spur societies to reinvent public…

From  Department of History Department on May 18th, 2020 0 likes 206 plays