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Seminars

BME seminars are jointly held with the Department of Bioengineering. Seminars are one hour in length and typically occur on Wednesdays at 13h00 at venues that alternate between both departments.

Speakers include invited guests as well as students enrolled in course BMDE-600, Seminars in biomedical engineering.

Requests to present a seminar in our department should be directed to the seminar coordinator.

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Schedule, 2014 Fall – 2015 Winter 

Seminar Date

Seminar Speaker

Affiliations

Seminar Title

Seminar Location

10-Sep-2014

Guillaume Lamour

University of British Columbia

A role of intermolecular forces in neuronal growth and in prion self-assembly.

MD 267

17-Sep-2014

Riccardo Barbieri

Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital

Advanced methods for novel assessments of instantaneous autonomic dynamics.

Duff 333

24-Sep-2014

Christopher M. Yip

University of Toronto

Re-imaging imaging: doing more with less.

MD 267

1-Oct-2014

Bradley MacIntosh

University of Toronto

Data & Models in functional MRI: arterial spin labeling & related MRI techniques to study the brain.

Duff 333

8-Oct-2014

Rodrigo Reyes-Lamothe

McGill University

Stability and turnover in the replisome of Escherichia coli.

MD 267

15-Oct-2014

Ramaswamy Krishnan

Harvard Medical School

High throughput screening for modulators of cellular contractile force.

Duff 333

22-Oct-2014

Santiago Constantino

University of Montreal/HMR

Cell chemotaxis on optically engineered culture substrates.

MD 267

29-Oct-2014

Heather Armstrong

McGill University

Development of a spinal-like arm reach control model.

Duff 333

5-Nov-2014

Sebastien Dery

McGill University

Experimental exploration of functional connectivity in the human brain using EEG/MEG.

MD 267

12-Nov-2014

Walter Reisner

McGill University

Conformational Sculpting of DNA: Nanofluidics for Single Molecule DNA Analysis and Manipulation.

Duff 333

19-Nov-2014

Melissa Gardner

University of Minnesota

Organization at the Nanoscale: Mechanistic Studies of Minus-End Directed Kinesin Motors in the Mitotic Spindle.

MD 267

26-Nov-2014

Rick D. Hoge

McGill University

Quantitative functional MRI of vascular and metabolic function in aging and dementia.

Duff 333

7-Jan-2015

Christopher Driscoll

CAE Healthcare,  Canada

Healthcare simulations and training solutions-Case Study with CAE Healthcare.

Duff 333

14-Jan-2015

Nate Jowett

McGill University

Laser-tissue interaction and applications of a novel picosecond infrared laser at 3 µm.

MD 267

21-Jan-2015

Elie Saad

McGill University

Toward a cross-device haptic testing tool for interacting with 3-D models

Duff 333

28-Jan-2015

TBD

TBD

TBD

MD 267

4-Feb-2015

SR Pandey

University of Windsor

TBD

Duff 333

11-Feb-2015

James A. Johnson

The University of Western Ontario

TBD

MD 267

18-Feb-2015

TBD

TBD

TBD

Duff 333

25-Feb-2015

Niladri Mohanty

McGill University

TBD

MD 267

 

 

 

 

 

11-Mar-2015

Steve Rosenfeld

Cleveland Clinic

TBD

MD 267

18-Mar-2015

Gerald E. Loeb

University of Southern California

TBD

Duff 333

25-Mar-2015

Rasmus Birn

University of  Wisconsin

TBD

MD 267

1-Apr-2015

Ritu Aneja

Georgia State University

TBD

Duff 333

8-Apr-2015

Hanif M. Ladak

University Western Ontario

TBD

MD 267

12-Jun-2015

Richard J. Roberts?

New England Bio lab.

TBD

McIntyre

Seminar Locations:
Duff: Duff Medical Sciences building
MD: Macdonald Engineering building