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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Joseph Parker

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of PopulationsPresented by Joseph Parker “The emergence and fate of ecological relationships”

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OURSIP Intern - Colton Wang

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OURSIP Intern - Aya Abu-Alfa

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OURSIP Intern - Andrew Guo

Cas13-Seq: Towards a Novel Single-Cell Transcriptome Profiling Technique Mentors: Prof. Cameron Myhrvold, Molecular Biology Chris Guan, Molecular Biology

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ReMatch Intern - Suhani Balachandran

Single-cell somatic mutations and genome-wide transcriptional dysregulation in cancer: a machine learning approach Mentors: Dr. Mona Singh; Dept of Computer Science, Lewis-Sigler Institute for…

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OURSIP Intern - Alison Araten

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ReMatch Intern - Emily Paulin

Understanding Russian Public Opinion of the Invasion of Ukraine Mentors: Prof. Mark Beissinger, Politics Jacob Tucker, Politics

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OURSIP Intern - Ethan Sample

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OURSIP intern - Kylie Cyhn

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Can you electrically stimulate wounds to make them heal faster?, Gawoon Shim, G4 (3964478)

As a part of studying ‘collective migration’—the large scale migration of thousands of cells that is important for healing and developmental processes—the CohenLab harnesses a…

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Solving Sudoku Puzzles with Recurrent Neural Networks, Richard Zhu, UG '23 (3967706)

Recent advancements in machine learning have allowed for near-human or even superhuman performance in applications spanning chess-playing, protein folding, and natural language generation. Sudoku, a…

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Towards Developing a Closed-Loop System to Optogenetically Perturb Cerebellar Purkinje Cells and Assess Effects on Locomotion in Freely-Moving Mice, Mina Musthafa, UG '22, (3965173)

The cerebellum has long been identified as a brain region involved in motor control and balance. Previously, it had been challenging to study cerebellar control of motor coordination in a context…

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Silencing Alarms: Discovering How Viruses Evade Our Cellular Immune Systems, Robert LeDesma, G6 (3964620)

The cells in our body inherently possess an alarm system that can detect when an invader, such as a virus, infects the cell. Unfortunately, viruses are constantly evolving ways in which they can…

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Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Seminar: Stable potassium isotopes (41K/39K) track trans-cellular and paracellular potassium transport in biological systems

Stable potassium isotopes (41K/39K) track trans-cellular and paracellular potassium transport in biological systems John A. Higgins Associate Professor The Department of Geosciences Princeton…

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Engage 2021 - Celebrate Princeton Innovation (Part 2)

Part 2 of 3 - Explore the Life Sciences Track with Joshua Rabinowitz, Daniel Cohen, Mohamed Abou Donia, Andrew Leifer, Sam Wang, and Henk-Jan Boele. Other CPI parts: Part 1 of 3 - Dean for Research…

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