Brendan Harley Inducted Into AIMBE College of Fellows
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the induction of Brendan Harley to its College of Fellows. Election to the AIMBE College of Fellows is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to a medical and biological engineer. Read the full article here.
April Faculty Seminar Series
Join us for next month's faculty seminar on April 18 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Beckman Institute (Room 4269) featuring Pablo Perez-Pinera, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering, and Catherine Murphy, Professor of Chemistry. RSVP here.
Dan Ma, a research scientist from Case Western Reserve University, will present "Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting: A New Breakthrough for Quantitative MR Imaging" on April 2nd in 2310 Everitt Lab at 11:30 a.m. Find out more.
Cancer Research Advocacy Day
Registration is now open for Cancer Research Advocacy Day. The event is a way to promote interactions between cancer survivors, researchers, and clinicians and honor those who have been impacted by the disease. Find out more.
Carle Cancer Research Update Meeting
Join Anna Arthur, Sylvia Crowder, and Kalika Sarma tomorrow at the Carle Cancer Research Update Meeting at 12:00pm at the Carle Cancer Center, Houseworth Conference Room. The topic will be "How Diet and Nutrition Impact Symptoms and Quality of Life in Head and Neck Cancer Survivors."
C*STAR Spring Reception and Poster Session
Save the date on April 24 for the upcoming C*STAR Spring Reception and Poster Session at the Beckman Institute. More details to come.
Inclusive Lab Leaders
Session 3: Recognizing and Navigating Power Dynamics in Research
April 12 | 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. | Beckman (Room 1005)
Facilitators: Beth Hoag and Janice Collins
This session will help PIs define different types of power and how they can be understood in the context of a research team. Attendees will engage in self-reflection about their own power in a research setting and past experiences with how power works in science. Finally, participants will identify and develop tools to empower research teams. Register here.
Sing for the Health of It
The Prairie Dragon Paddlers’ annual fundraising event is April 4th. Join them for an evening of live entertainment and help raise money to support breast cancer survivorship and research in the community. More information here.
TiMe Day Symposium
The third annual TiMe Day Symposium on April 26 will highlight research from the program, include keynote and plenary talks, and culminate with a poster session for graduate and undergraduate students. Find out more.
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