BCB Colloquium – Kimiko Suzuki & Tim Elston, BCB Student and Faculty Presentations
November 18 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
The BCB Colloquium Series welcomes Bioinformatics and Computational Biology PhD Student Kimiko Suzuki and Tim Elston, Professor of Pharmacology, this week. Kimiko Suzuki’s talk title is “Model-driven experimental design identifies unique feedback regulation of a yeast MAPK pathway”. Tim Elston’s talk title is “Stochastic models of cell polarity”. The BCB Colloquium features talks from BCB Faculty, prospective BCB Faculty, and Senior BCB PhD and Certificate Students. These talks are Monday, November 18, 2019 at 2:30pm in G074 Bondurant Hall. Everyone is welcome.