Thesis Defense: Zack Harmer

Mechanical Engineering 2065
@ 1:00 pm

“Multiplexing optogenetic systems in yeast for the dynamic control of biological behavior.”

Thesis Defense: Julian Bustamante

Birge Hall Room 345
@ 10:00 am

“Hypoquantyl: a machine learning-based tool for kinematic analysis of hypocotyl growth demonstrated on Arabidopsis cry1, phot1, and phyB photoreceptor mutants.”

Thesis Defense: Angela Olvera

Clinical Science Center Room G5/113
@ 12:00 pm

“The role of beta cell glp1r signaling in beta cell dynamics.”

Thesis Defense: Jose Martinez

The John D. Wiley Conference Center (North Tower T216 of Waisman Center)
@ 2:00 pm

“Linking Down Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Human Stem Cell Model of Basal Forebrain Cholinergic Neurons.”