Archive for the ‘Course 2014’ Category

Matthew A. Wyczalkowski Ding Lab, The Genome Institute Washington University School of Medicine Presented in the Embryo Physics Course, January 29, 2014 Abstract The healing of embryonic wounds yields insight into mechanical forces which shape a developing organism. Here we characterize healing of wounds in epithelia of early stage chick embryos, and use a newly […]

Roger Pique-Regi Assistant Professor Molecular Medicine and Genetics Wayne State University School of Medicine Presented in the Embryo Physics Course, January 22, 2014 Abstract In this talk I will present novel computational methods for identifying regulatory sequences and for modeling the molecular mechanisms of gene transcription control. The objective is to get better maps of […]

Stephen M. Levin Ezekiel Biomechanics Group SMLevin@biotensegrity.com Presented in the Embryo Physics Course, January 15, 2014 Abstract Embryologic development, from ‘origin of life’ to organism, has been regarded by scientists as a series of chance occurrences, the “Blind Watchmaker” theory popularized by Richard Dawkins, “a universe without design”. What is argued in this talk is […]

Professor Stephen A. Krawetz Wayne State University School of Medicine Ob/Gyn and Molecular Medicine & Genetics Presented in the Embryo Physics Course, January 8, 2014 Links http://cmmg.biosci.wayne.edu/edunew/faculty/krawetz/index.php Krawetz Lab http://compbio.med.wayne.edu/