Unique insights from the experts about the twists and turns in the path to biomedical commercialization at the U-M.
Join Life Technologies to hear Michael S. Janes, M.S., present a free seminar on a powerful toolbox of probes, sensors and applications for cellular imaging.
Interested in Health IT? Have a great Health IT idea and need help getting started? Come to the Health IT Innovation Mob, a one day hands-on accelerator
Ivo Stivoric, VP of R&D at Jawbone and Kevin Ward, Executive Director of the Medical School’s Fast Forward Medical Innovation, take a closer look at how academic centers and mobile tech companies are at the convergence of data, algorithms, IT, and wellness.
Next Generation Sequencing is transforming our understanding of genomics, driving new research, and helping to improve human health. Discover how next-generation sequencing is driving advances in research through the Illumina NextSeq 500.
Have you ever explored structures as small as 50 nm, or wanted to? Now you can by going beyond conventional confocal imaging with Stimulated Emission Depletion, known as STED.
** 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