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Innovating Together with Foundation Venture Capital Group

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I-Corps Showcase - Engage 2022

Each of the five presenting founders recently participated in the Northeast I-Corps Hub program. Each realized the benefits of the program and grew their appreciation of testing their…

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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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Final Public Oral Examination of Ian Miller

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The gut microbiome are factories of small molecules, Moamen Elmassry, Post Doc (3885983)

Trillions of bacteria live in our gut. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut microbiome-derived…

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Louis Clark Vanuxem Lecture: Dr.Joseph DeRisi "Pandemic Stories at the Intersection of Basic Science and Public Health"

Dr. Joseph DeRisi is Co-President of the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub and a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at UCSF. He employs an interdisciplinary approach combining genomics,…

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Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming

Galen on Race, Health and Disease: Medicine and Empire in the Roman World - Rebecca Flemming, University of Cambridge

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President's Town Hall 2/16

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EEB 522 Seminar Series - Anna Jolles

Anna JollesOregon State University“Chasing the Holy Grail: Consilience in Disease Ecology”

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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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OURSIP Intern - Rishabh Rout

Simulating Spatial Transcriptomics Data

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OURSIP Intern - Sophia Chen

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

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OURSIP Intern - Alp Tartici

Biophysics of Huntington Pathology

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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…

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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…

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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…

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