The virtual JB Johnston Club and Karger Workshop are meetings focused on evolutionary neuroscience. Registration for this event, which will take place between October 22-23rd is now open! There will be some great talks on “heterochrony.” Dr. Christine Charvet @cj_charvet (an INBRE pilot awardee) is co-organizing this event and will also give a talk on her research https://www.biorxiv.
Virtual Bioinformatics Workshop on Differential gene Expression (DE)
November 16-20, 2020 – Application Deadline October 29th, 2020 – NCGR & New Mexico INBRE More
Holden Thorp to discuss scientific publishing challenges in the age of COVID, Sept. 16
Free and open to the public. Registration is required. More
The Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (CBCB) at the University of Delaware is pleased to announce two NEW classes that have been added to the program! If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Karen Hoober, Associate Director, Graduate Education & Outreach at email@example.com. MORE
Data Science Webinar – COVID-19 Data Modeling and Impact
Applications are now being accepted for the Wesley Success in Stem Program. Apply here
New Webinar Series for the NIGMS Training Community of students, postdocs, and faculty. Each hour-long webinar will include a 10- to 15-minute presentation by the speaker followed by a moderated question and answer session. Our hope is that these webinars will enhance our trainees’ ongoing learning experiences. https://lnkd.in/esB96Ta
For 2020, the BIO International Convention will transition to a new, virtual event format, BIO Digital. This virtual gathering of the global biotech industry provides access to key partners via BIO One-on-One Partnering, educational resources to help drive your business, and the insights you need to continue critical research and development. https://www.bio.org/events/bio-digital
You are invited to join the BiSA CAREER PANEL (Bioinformatics Seminar) on April 27th via ZOOM: https://udel.zoom.us/j/
BIO Launches Coronavirus Hub to Facilitate Exchange of Supplies & Services
As the world faces unprecedented challenges in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, BIO wants to do its part to ensure that critical research and development, testing, and public health programs can continue to the greatest extent possible.To support this goal, today BIO is launching the new Coronavirus Hub that connects those companies that have relevant supplies, capacities, and resources to share, with those companies, researchers, or healthcare providers that need them. The new hub will enable users to post requests for urgently needed items, as well as to post the availability of supplies and capacity. The portal connects in real time through customized announcements and is searchable by keywords. Connections for medical supplies will be facilitated in partnership with Healthcare Ready to ensure an organized and optimized allocation of items in need, and thus will not be publicly available or searchable. more
Health & Wellness Summit March 21, 2020
This is an interdisciplinary event including experts from various aspects of rehabilitation, occupational therapy, and psychology. The theme this year is Neuroscience. Individuals may sign up through our Eventbrite link . Student admission is free. General admission for non-students and unlicensed professionals is $25.
Do you know someone in the science and technology field that is looking for a new science-based or non-science based job? Our employers are looking for qualified candidates for an array of science-based and non-science based positions. Share this email with your friends and family, and tell them to join us on Wednesday, March 11th from 12:00 – 7:00 PM EST at the Delaware Bio Science & Technology Virtual Career Fair. It is FREE to attend, however advanced registration is required. More
Join Nemours and HOSA for Rare Disease Day, February 28th
Wesley College Career Advising Center and Student Success & Retention (SSR), with the support of the INBRE and Morris Grants, are offering several workshops for our students this semester about what comes after graduation. These are not just for this year’s graduates – but are really for all students looking to get more information and prepare for their next step!
Don’t miss the 7th Annual Del Tech STEM Expo on March 18, 19!
This is an event for middle and high school students to experience Delaware Tech programs through student-designed activities, build connections toward STEM careers. More
Healthcare Cybersecurity Workshop on January 15, 2020. Open to all and free registration!
Center for Cardiovascular Health Symposium on February 14, 2020 at the Tower at STAR Audion at the University of Delaware.
The Center for Cardiovascular Health Symposium will bring together cardiovascular researchers from UD and its clinical partners to share recent advances in the field and to foster research development and collaboration in the area of cardiovascular health through the sharing of ideas and the development of an infrastructure for cardiovascular health related research. The symposium is free and a continental breakfast and lunch will be provided, however registration is required. To register please visit: CV Symposium Registration The deadline for registration is February 10, 2020. Poster Session: There will be a poster session featuring work by UD scientists, graduate students, and Scientists external to UD. Awards for outstanding posters will be presented. Posters are also open to core facilities and community outreach as they relate to facilitating and enabling cardiovascular health related research. Author and title submission is available on our site (Abstract Submission). The deadline for submitting poster information is February 10, 2020. The agenda is in the process of being finalized however the symposium will run from 8:30am-2:00 pm.
Registration is now open for the Today & Tomorrow: Bringing Gene Editing Technology from Laboratory to Bedside symposium on Thursday, February 6th from 1:30 – 5:00 PM at ChristianaCare John H. Ammon Medical Education Center.
This program features an all-star lineup of speakers that will provide an overview of the opportunities and challenges expected in bringing genome editing from the laboratory to the beside. Hear from leading experts on the science behind genome editing; challenges in the IP landscape; learn about what is happening at NIST to set industry standard; hear about anticipated challenges from a public policy perspective, and gain a high-level overview on product development strategies to ensure plans are scientifically sound and meet regulatory expectations and clinical objectives. Register
On Wednesday, March 11th, 2020, Delaware Bio is having our Science & Technology Career Fair. The Career Fair connects employers with exemplary candidates in search of new career opportunities, organizations looking to fill full-time, part-time, and internship positions are encourages to participate. The Science & Technology Career Fair serves the engineering, healthcare, science and technology industry, and candidates with Associate, BS, MS Ph.D., BSN, LPN, RN, and experience levels from entry to advanced are participants. More
Enrollment is still open!
Online Graduate Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics. Six new classes have been added to the program!
Delaware Neuroscience Symposium – December 12, 2019. REGISTER TODAY @ www.delawareneuroscience.org
Super Senator Day
Wesley’s STEM Program Participates in Super Senator Day. Read more
Associate Professor of Psychology, Dr. Albee Mendoza, represented Wesley College at the Mid-Atlantic Teachers of Psychology Conference (MATOP) on October 4, 2019. Travel was supported by Delaware INBRE. Read more
Biotechnology and Biomedical Career Fair view here
Women in STEM Conference
DE INBRE is at the Inspiring Women in STEM Conference today promoting the Delaware IDeAs Sympoium.
Medical Education Panel
Are you a high school or college student interested in medicine and/or the health professions? Join Delaware Health Sciences Alliance to speak with a panel of experts, including Delaware physicians, medical school students, and representatives from DIMER, SKMC, PCOM, and other leaders in healthcare!
September 28th at Delaware State University.
Fall 2019 Hayes Symposium
Hayes Symposium: The Fall 2019 Evelyn Hayes Innovations in Healthcare Symposium will be held Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 12:30 to 4 p.m. in the Tower at STAR Audion. This fall’s symposium topic will be focused on supporting individuals in addressing addiction and improving behaviors and mental health. Once again, resource tables and information posters will be included as part of the event. More details will be shared as the date gets closer.
App addressing the opioid crisis in Delaware
Help at Your Fingertips
CBCB Director & Delaware INBRE Program Coordinator, Cathy Wu and Affiliated Faculty member, Hui Fang have worked with a team to develop a free app addressing the opioid crisis in Delaware. The team will conduct data analytics to improve utilization and user experience of the HeNN app, to increase community engagement and network building and to identify gaps in services to inform care and treatment providers and policy-makers.
Delaware Technical Community College and Christiana Care Gene Editing Institute hosted a five-day, gene-editing summer workshop for 10 community college faculty members from across the country. Participants from New Jersey to Wisconsin were schooled in CRISPR curriculum to take back to their colleges and students. Read more: http://bit.ly/2ZDYPK3
BIO International Convention – Student Day
Complimentary ticket to student day! Wednesday June 5th for students enrolled in Delaware Universities (graduate or undergraduate, but must be 21 years of age to attend). view here
Wesley College Scholars Day
Come to Wesley for Scholars Day!! Who should attend? Students, peers, families, faculty, staff, community members and Wesley College supporters! view here
Wesley College Community Garden view here
UD Research Office invites you to a day-long symposium on broad thematic area of Neuroscience/Brain sciences. Faculty and researchers from across UD and State of Delaware interested in the studies of the brain, behavior and central nervous system via theoretical, experimental or modeling approaches are welcomed and encouraged to attend. February 22nd, at the STAR Tower, University of Delaware
Science and Technology Career Fair view here
Graduate Networking Forum view here
Grant Writing Workshop
The UD Research Office is hosting the biennial Grant Writing Workshop on January 30, 2019. The workshop will be delivered by Grant Writers’ Seminars & Workshops, and the primary workshop presenter will be Lauren Broyles, Ph.D. This workshop comprehensively addresses both practical and conceptual aspects important to the proposal-writing process. Emphasis is given to idea development, identification of the most appropriate granting agency, how to write for reviewers, and tips and strategies that are of proven value in presenting an applicant’s case to reviewers. Regardless of the agency, participants will learn to write with a linear progression of logic, which leads reviewers through their applications. Strategies designed to merit a fundable review score are emphasized. Postdocs and Ph.D. students are welcome to attend the workshop. Non-UD participants from DE-INBRE and DE ACCEL CTR sponsored institutions are welcome to attend.
The UD component of DRIVEN is being led by, from left to right: Steven Stanhope, principal investigator of Delaware INBRE and associate vice president for research; Julius Korley, principal investigator of UD’s component of DRIVEN and director of entrepreneurship and strategic partnerships for the College of Engineering and CEO of Affinity Therapeutics; and Michael Bowman, associate director of the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships. More here
2019 Delaware Bio Events view here
Cybersecurity in Healthcare Workshop view here
Wesley’s STEM Program Participates in Super Senator Day
As part of a Wesley, DE-EPSCoR and DE-INBRE outreach program, STEM students demonstrated a variety of chemistry experiments for attendees, while staff highlighted Wesley’s Science and Math undergraduate degrees and programs. read more
Nomination deadline for HHMI Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study
The goal of HHMI’s Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study program is to ensure that a diverse and highly trained workforce is prepared to assume leadership roles in science, particularly college and university faculty who have the responsibility to develop the next generation of scientists. The training of scientists and engineers has long been a cornerstone of public science policy. HHMI has invested and continues to invest substantially in graduate and medical research education through the direct support of fellowship and training programs. The Gilliam Fellowships for Advanced Study program promotes excellence in the life sciences and related fields by supporting (i) PhD students committed to a career in academic research, and (ii) faculty and training programs dedicated to developing the talents of promising graduate students from underrepresented groups.
The deadline is Nov. 3, 2017. Read more here.
Networking event for grad students at DBI
Networking is more than just looking at name tags and saying hello. If you’re a grad student or fellow working at a Delaware INBRE institution (University of Delaware, Delaware State University, A.I. duPont Hospital for Children| Nemours, Christiana Care Health System. Wesley College or Delaware Technical Community College), you can learn strategies to be more effective in building your professional network at a Nov. 11 event at Delaware Biotechnology Institute. Register here.
Evelyn Hayes Innovations in Healthcare Symposium
This symposium, sponsored in part by Delaware INBRE, focuses on the challenges that patients with anxiety and depression face in everyday life. The speaker is Dr. Cynthia Diefenbeck. Register at this link.
UD grad leading NIH Library, Big Data efforts
University of Delaware nursing alum Dr. Patricia Brennan discussed the importance of big data and health information at a UD symposium on the topic. Delaware INBRE was one of the sponsors of the event. Read more here.
Delaware BIO Life Sciences Professionals
It’s never a solo affair when Dr. Malcolm D’Souza speaks. A cadre of Wesley College students, alumni and staff came out to hear Dr. D’Souza speak at the Delaware Bio Life Science Professionals networking event. Dr. D’Souza spoke about undergraduate student research using demographic data and specialized software purchased in part by Delaware INBRE. To see his slides, click here.
Hayes Symposium –
Update on Diabetes
Delaware INBRE is a sponsor of this annual event.
Dr. Steven J. Stanhope speaks to Delaware HOSA students
Basketballs, pogo sticks and spectator jumping. Just some of the ways Dr. Steven J. Stanhope, Delaware INBRE Principal Investigator, entertained HOSA students from across Delaware while also teaching them about biomechanics. Read more about the HOSA event here. HOSA is an international student organization with the goals of promoting career opportunities in the health care industry and enhancing the delivery of quality health care to all people.
Delaware INBRE Investigator shares research with students
Dr. Chris Modlesky, a University of Delaware professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and a Delaware INBRE pilot investigator, presents during the weekly BIOMS seminar at the STAR Health Sciences Complex. His talk was on the effect of vibration on muscle properties, balance and physical activity in children with cerebral palsy.
UD Day in DC
Delaware INBRE was among the programs participating in UD Day in D.C., an every-other-year showcase of federally funded studies and their impact. Read more about it here.
Wesley College Health and Wellness Summit
Undergraduate Research Club helps connect students
From Technical.ly Delaware: The newly formed University of Delaware Undergraduate Research Club is junior and club president Casey Polasko’s attempt at making the abundance of on-campus research more attainable. She hopes to connect undergraduates to research projects and other interested students.