QLS (Quantitative Life Sciences); SQV (Sciences quantitatives du vivant)

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QLS Seminar - Michael Frank

20Sep202212:00
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Bigger data about smaller people: Studying language learning at scale Michael Frank, Stanford University Tuesday September 20, 12-1pmQC, CA/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Seminar - Amy Goldberg

27Sep202212:00
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Evolutionary perspectives on malaria: humans, primates, and the parasites we share. Amy Goldberg, Duke University Tuesday September 27, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Seminar - Naeha Subramanian

13Sep202212:00
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Innate immunity at the interface of host defense and immune disease Naeha Subramanian, University of Washington Tuesday September 13, 12-1pmQC, CA/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Special Seminar - Mark Gerstein

25Jul202211:00
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Topics in Neurogenomics & Genomic Privacy...

QLS Seminar - Lluis Quintana-Murci

17Mar202212:00
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From Neanderthals to COVID-19: genetic and evolutionary sources of immune response variation in humans...

QLS Seminar - Herve Abdi

3May202212:00
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Mega-Meta with covSTATIS: or How to Perform Multivariate Factor Meta-Analysis Herve Abdi - University of Texas at Dallas Tuesday May 3, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Seminar - SueYeon Chung

19Apr202212:00
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Structure, Function, and Learning in Distributed Neuronal Networks SueYeon Chung - NYU / Flatiron Institute Tuesday April 19, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Seminar - Sam Gershman

12Apr202212:00
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The riddle of dopamine Sam Gershman - Harvard University Tuesday April 12, 12-1pm Zoom Link: https://mcgill.zoom.us/j/85428056343/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

QLS Seminar Series - Allison Shaw

5Apr202212:00
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Parasites, animal migration, and how perspective shapes science Allison Shaw, University of Minnesota Tuesday April 5, 12-1pm/qlsCategory: Academic seminars and lectures

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