GSI Seminar Series
A semimonthly series held on the first and third Tuesdays from 3:00-4:00pm in X 107-108 (unless otherwise noted). The dual goals of this seminar series are to invite extramural speakers who are internationally recognized researchers at the vanguard of genetics and genomics research, and to sponsor intramural speakers in an effort to build interactions and collaborations among Boston University investigators engaged in genetics and genomics research.
To help increase the accessibility of the GSI Seminar Series, they will be broadcast online. For more information please visit the Webinar Page.
If you would like to join the GSI Seminar Committee, have suggestions for invited speakers, or if you would like to present an intramural seminar, please email email@example.com.
For a list of past seminars, please visit the Past Seminars page.
To get more information, click on speakers name to link to their website.
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015
“Neutrophil DNA for immunity: Chromatin modifications for castingneutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) to trap microbial pathogens“
To be held in L311 at 2PM
The Hospital for Sick Children – Lung Innate Immunity Research Lab
Physiology & Experimental Medicine Program
Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine
University of Toronto, Canada
“Regulatory genomics and epigenomics of complex disease”
To be held in L311 at 1:30PM
Professor, Computer Science, MIT
MIT Computational Biology Group
Computer Science and AI Lab
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology & Pediatrics
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Professor and Scientific Director at
The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine
Chief, Division of Nephrology, Boston Children’s Hospital
Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
“Targeted Genome and Epigenome Editing Using Engineered CRISPR and TALE Technologies“
Associate Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Associate Pathologist and Associate Chief of Research, Massachusetts General Hospital, Pathology
Associate Professor of Genome Sciences, University of Washington
The Genome Institute at Washington University