Research Announcements

Symposium on Biomechanics

Symposium on Biomechanics – UNMC Events

Nebraska EPSCoR and the University of Nebraska at Omaha Department of Biomechanics present a free, one-day Symposium on Biomechanics: Oct. 13 at UNO’s Thompson Alumni Center in Omaha. Students and faculty with interest in biomechanics should register by Oct. 5 at http://nric.nebraska.edu.

Speakers are from Harvard University, Florida Atlantic University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln and more. In addition to lunch and refreshment breaks, the event includes tours of UNO’s Biomechanics Research Building, and a poster session by students, postdocs and faculty on biomechanics topics.

For more information visit http://nric.nebraska.edu; registration for this Oct. 13 event ends Oct. 5.

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“You Keep Using That Word: Simple, Direct Language for Research”

Please join us at the Research User’s Group for writing seminar, “You Keep Using That Word: Simple, Direct Language for Research.” The seminar will be held on Thursday, 7/21 in DRC1 1004, from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Please bring non-electronic writing materials (paper and pen!).

Automated Live-Cell Imaging for Phenotypic and Functional Assay Development from Within Your Incubator

Join us for an Interactive conversation surrounding the obligate need for live-cell imaging to study cell behavior using the innovative IncuCyte platform technology. An introductory technology discussion of how the platform has been utilized currently and future directions in the biologic science community.

Adam LaBaff M.S., Ph.D., Technical Sales Specialist Essen BioSystems. Former Postdoctoral Fellow at the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine and Cancer Biology Department. Received his previous doctorate training at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.

This vendor seminar is being hosted by the Department of Cellular and Integrative Physiology, contact Adam Case for more information.