CM Night 2018

Computational Medicine Night is a networking event geared towards undergraduates who are interested in learning about the academic discipline of Computational Medicine and the research conducted in ICM labs. The event showcases undergraduate research and provides a forum for interested students to meet and mingle with ICM faculty, students, and postdoctoral fellows, to gather information about the Computational Medicine Minor, and to ask questions.

Please register here to attend. Registration deadline: Feb. 21.


Computational Medicine Night 2018
Wednesday, February 28
5:00 – 7:00PM, Hackerman Hall B17 

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Introductory Remarks

Raimond L. Winslow, PhD
Director, Institute for Computational Medicine
The Raj and Neera Singh Professor, Biomedical Engineering 


Undergraduate Presentations

Morphological Analysis of Bipolar Disease Patients with 7T MRI
Tommy Athey, 4th year Biomedical Engineering student (CM minor), Miller / Ratnanather Labs

Image-based Models of Whole Human Atria reveal the Influence of Myofiber Architecture on Anisotropic Wave Propagation
Tiffany Hu, 3rd year Molecular & Cellular Biology student, Trayanova / Boyle Lab

Automated Detection of Interictal Spikes
Anil Palepu, 2nd year Biomedical Engineering student, Sarma Lab


Panel Discussion

Facilitated by Feilim Mac Gabhann, PhD
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering


Ashok Sivakumar, CS PhD student, Karchin Lab
Florence Yellin, MechE PhD student, Vidal Lab
Vignesh Sadras, BME senior (CM minor), Winslow Lab
Julie Shade, BME PhD student, Trayanova / Boyle Lab
Inez Lam, BME PhD student, Mac Gabhann Lab
Kristin Gunnarsdottir, BME PhD student, Sarma Lab


Meet & Eat!

Explore ICM labs, mingle with the faculty, students and postdocs, view poster presentations and enjoy dinner while you’re at it!


Food will be served in Hackerman 306



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