** Please Note: Due to inclement weather, this event has been postponed. The new date will be posted as soon as the lecture has been re-scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. **
Attend the Proteomics Data Interpretation Workshop Jan. 21!
Learn how to get the most information out of your mass spectrometry data
Identification and localization of phosphorylation sites, quantitation and more …
Learn from the experts about how recent Supreme Court patent decisions and Medicare reimbursement impact gene-based technologies.
Faculty, staff, and friends of the U-M biomedical research community are invited to join the Biomedical Research Council and the Medical School Office of Research for a presentation and reception honoring John A. Williams, M.D., Ph.D. as the 2013 recipient of the Distinguished Faculty Lectureship Award in Biomedical Research
Join the Office of Technology Transfer for a reception celebrating U-M inventors who have contributed to discoveries and issued patents and technology licenses during FY 2013. Biomedical innovators in the spotlight this year will include Mukesh Nyati, Ph.D., Shuichi Takayama, Ph.D., Arlyne Simon, and Deb Komorowski.
We invite you to join us as we "fast forward" the Protein Folding Diseases Initiative and welcome special guest speaker Aaron Gitler, Ph.D., a rising star in protein folding diseases at Stanford University.
In the first in a series of Medical School town halls announced by Dean James O. Woolliscroft, M.D., in his State of the School address in September, Senior Associate Dean for Research Steven L. Kunkel, Ph.D., and other UMMS leaders will provide an update on major developments in the research community, including the latest “fast forward” investments and milestones of the Strategic Research Initiative.
Attend a Proteomics Seminar Oct. 9
Join the BRCF and Proteomics & Peptide Synthesis Core as we explore a variety of topics detailing how proteomics can impact your research, and more!
Co-sponsored by the UMMS Office of Research and the MICHR Education and Mentoring Group, this widely acclaimed seminar addresses practical and conceptual aspects of the proposal writing process (with emphasis on NIH applications). The presenter, David Morrison, Ph.D., is one of the most sought after presenters of workshops on writing NIH grant proposals. This workshop is open to everyone interested in developing their NIH grant writing skills. CME credit is available.