Quantitative Biosciences 2022 Hands-On Workshop: Stochastic Gene Expression
This in-person, hands-on workshop, organized by the first-year cohort of Quantitative Biosciences PhD students, the first-year cohort of InQuBATE PhD students, Prof. Joshua Weitz, and Prof. J.C. Gumbart, serves to introduce scientists of all experience levels to the process of modeling stochastic gene expression.
The workshop will include an opening lecture by group member and postdoctoral researcher, Adriana Lucia-Sanz, and a Plenery lecture by Professor Ido Golding, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). There will also be hands-on tutorials on implementing computational stochastic models of gene expression using Python or Matlab.
Qlife Quantitative Biology Winter School: Quantitative Viral Dynamics Across Scales
Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL) University hosted a winter school centered around Quantitative Viral Dynamics Across Scales. The school ran for one week (March 21-25, 2022), and aimed to “bring thought leaders in dialogue with the next generation of early-career scientists to advance the integrative study of quantitative viral dynamics across scales.” Prof. Weitz served as a lecturer and Scientific Committee Chair. Other guest lecturers include Weitz Group research scientist David Demory, postdoctoral fellow Jacopo Marchi, and several group collaborators.
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