Apr 20 2016 Retirement Colloquium - Dr. Barry Karger
Chemical and Biological Analysis: Past, Present and Future
Dr. Barry Karger
Director, Barnett Institute and Distinguished Professor James L. Waters Chair in Analytical ChemistryLocation: 140 The Fenway, Room 378Apr 13 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Vadim GaponenkoApr 5 2016 Children's Blood Drive at Northeastern
Children's Hospital and the Northeastern University Student club, N.E.U.R.O.N.S, is sponsoring a blood drive.
Please click on the link below and make an appointment for this blood drive to...Location: Robinson QuadApr 4 2016 Neurons Meeting: Come learn about the fascinating intersection between machine learning and body language!
This week, we are excited to welcome Alex Wiltschko, a Neuroscience Ph.D. student at Harvard Medical School and machine learning engineer at Twitter Cortex.
Alex Wiltschko is one of the...Mar 30 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Priscilla Yang
"Development and application of chemical tools in order to understand the interactions between the host and virus that are responsible for productive replication"Mar 23 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. David Burkart
"Enzymatic megasynthases responsible for synthesizing fatty acids, polyketides, and non-__ribosomal peptides"Mar 21 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Petr BaranovMar 16 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Joseph Jarrett
"The Biosynthesis of Thiol-__ and Thioether-__containing Cofactors and Secondary Metabolites Catalyzed by Radical S-__Adenosylmethionine Enzymes"Mar 15 2016 FACULTY CANDIDATE SEMINAR
Dr. Dennis Kyle
Distinguished University Health Professor at the University of Florida
Drug discovery for dormant stages of malariaLocation: 306 Egan Research CenterMar 14 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Wendy Garrett
Prof. Wendy Garrett of
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health presents:
Mechanistic microbiome studies in inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal...
How can we infer direct physical interactions between pairs of units from only knowing the units' time series? Here we present a dynamical systems' view on collective...Location: Center for Complex Network Research
"Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to characterize fundamental cellular processes at the atomic level"
Northeastern University's Nu Rho Psi (national honor society in neuroscience) Chapter is excited to welcome our guest speaker, Dr. Jacob N. Norris from the Department of Neurotrauma, Naval Medical...Location: Raytheon AmpitheaterFeb 29 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Berri Jacque
Prof. Berri Jacque,
Research Assistant Professor of Developmental, Molecular and Chemical Biology
Co-Director, Center for Translational Science Education,Tufts University, School of...Feb 24 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Marion EmmertFeb 22 2016 Next Neurons Meeting: BNS Town Hall 2016!
This week, we are excited to hold a town hall meeting open to everyone in the behavioral neuroscience major!
Come join us this Monday to discuss the future direction of the Behavioral...Feb 22 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Robert Fuchs
Prof. Robert Fuchs of Harvard Medical School, Department of Biological Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology
Damaged genome replication in bacteria: inducing or not...Feb 19 2016 College of Science Co-op ExpoFeb 17 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Sarah TrimpinFeb 10 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Joseph ReadyFeb 8 2016 Next NEURONS Meeting: Coding in Science
Come learn about the fascinating intersection between science and coding!
This week, we are excited to welcome Alex Wiltschko, a Neuroscience Ph.D. student at Harvard Medical School and...Feb 8 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Robert Fuchs
Prof. Robert Fuchs of
Harvard Medical School Department of Biological Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology presents:
Damaged genome replication in bacteria: inducing or not...Feb 8 2016 - Apr 11 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Charles EasleyFeb 3 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Wenbin LinFeb 1 2016 - Mar 28 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Christopher Reid
Prof. Christopher Reid of Bryant University, Science and Technology Department
http://departments.bryant.edu/science-and-technology/faculty/christopher-w-reid.htmFeb 1 2016 - Apr 4 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Stephen HatfieldJan 28 2016 NU Talk 2016Jan 27 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Collin Stultz
"Understanding conformational changes in macromolecules and the effect of structural transitions on human disease"Jan 27 2016 NATIONAL DRUG AND ALCOHOL FACTS WEEK 2016
Nu Rho Psi National Honor Society in Neuroscience is hosting an event as part of the NIDA's (National Institute on Drug Abuse) annual "National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week" (NDAFW). NDAFW is a...Location: Curry Center Indoor Quad & PittJan 25 2016 Neurons first Meeting of the Spring Semester!
Welcome back, everyone!
Biotechnology in Boston
This week, we are excited to welcome Dr. Steven A. Cohen, Ph.D., the Academic Director of Biotechnology Programs at...Jan 25 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Katie Lotterhos
Dr. Katie Lotterhos of Northeastern University, Marine Science Center presents:
Understanding evolutionary and population responses to climate change through the lens of statistical...Jan 20 2016 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Shirley LiuJan 11 2016 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. William Mair
Prof. William Mair of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health presents
The Ups and Downs of Energetics and Aging - Neural Regulators and Downstream Effectors
...Location: Curry 333 Student CenterDec 10 2015 Dr. Conor Walsh, Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, is today’s Action Club speaker.
Finals season is on the horizon! This week, join us for a relaxed night filled with hot chocolate, pizza, and TEDTalks about stress. We'll be sharing some of our favorite study tips, and we would...
Prof. Slava Epstein of Northeastern University presents: The nature of "uncultivable" microorganisms
http://www.northeastern.edu/cos/faculty/slava-epstein/Nov 30 2015 Biology Colloquia Series: Prof. Jonathan Kelbner
Prof. Jonathan Kelbner of California State University, Northridge presents: Developmental Oncogenes: the Molecular Bridge Between Tissue Regeneration and...
We are excited to welcome Dr. Joseph Ayers, Ph.D., a College of Science professor specializing in neurophysiology and behavior biomimetics. Dr. Ayers and his team have developed robot models for...
Bioengineering Doctoral Student, Jeff Bouffard, who is working with the Monaghan Lab in the Department of Biology at Northeastern University presents: Recent advances in crispr technologies for...Location: 90 Snell LibraryNov 18 2015 Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. Xiaoyuan ChenNov 17 2015 Public Lecture Series: Dr. Joseph Ayers
Join us for the MSC's public lecture series in the Murphy Bunker Lecture Hall on select Tuesday evenings during the academic year. Refreshments are served and all are welcome.
Dr. Joseph...Location: Marine Science Cent
Prof. Dominique Alfandari of UMass Amherst, Veternary and Animal Sciences presents: Complex regulation of cell migration by ADAM...
Come learn about the cutting-edge brain stimulation for Psychiatric Disorders that Dr. Alik S. Widge, M.D., Ph.D. and his team at MGH use to treat psychiatric disorders!
This week, we are...
Prof. Merridee Wouters of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute in Heidelberg, Australia presents: The role of disulfides in redox-mediated conformational changes and redox...
The Biochemistry Club invites you to their poster session. Dr. Kornelia Polyak, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Dana- Farber Cancer Institute will be the guest speaker. Her...Location: 201 Mugar and Curry Center Ballroom