The Icahn Institute at Mount Sinai is pleased to welcome the return of our seminar series: Computational Genomics.
Scientific research in computational genomics is accelerating and converging at a breathtaking pace within the vibrant community of investigators in the New York City area. Our seminar is dedicated to bringing together colleagues in the NY metro region to start and strengthen interactions within the local scientific community, and discuss topics that delve into genomics technology and approaches that will deeply shape the future.
The format will be a 50-minute lecture followed by 10 minutes of moderated Q&A, especially with our graduate students, postdocs, and young investigators. We seek to foster lively and thought-provoking dialogue to engage young investigators as well as mentors in the application of genomics technologies and computational biology.
The seminars will be held at 1:00pm on Mondays between September and May on the campus of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. There will be snacks, and always, coffee.
We look forward to seeing you at these lectures and also welcome your feedback (you can send these to Rob and me only)!
Zeynep H. Gumus and Robert Klein