Seminars are held Thursdays, Winter and Spring quarters 1:00 – 1:50pm PDT.

The March 31 seminar will be held via Zoom, and the remaining Spring 2022 seminars will be held in person in Foege Hall, N130A.

Bioengineering Departmental Seminar Schedule

March 31: Song Li – UCLA
Title: “Engineering stem cells and biomaterials for neuromuscular regeneration”

Apr. 7: Shelly Peyton – UMass Amherst
Title: “Tissue-Inspired Synthetic Biomaterials”

Apr. 14: Erika Moore – Univ. of Florida
Title: “Understanding and Designing Biomaterials for Immune Cell Tuning”

Apr. 21: Paul Gallant – Lifenet Health
Title: TBA

Apr. 28: Shannon Oda – Seattle Children’s Research Inst./UW Pediatrics
Title: “Overcoming T cell therapy barriers with engineered proteins”

May 5: Vincent Rotello – UMass Amherst 
Title: “Interfacing Nanomaterials with Biology: From Biologics Delivery to Antimicrobials”

May 12: Mark Frohlich – Indapta Therapeutics
Title: “Developing Cell Therapy for Cancer; Lessons learned over 2 Decades of Clinical Development”

May 19: Beth Pruitt – UC Santa Barbara
Title: “Human iPSC derived cardiomyocytes as models for the mechanobiology of cardiomyopathy at the single cell level”

May 26: Younan Xia – Georgia Tech
Title: “Biomimetic Scaffolds for Tissue Repair and Regeneration”

June 2: Joe Beechem – NanoString Technologies
Title: “The Spatial Biology Revolution in Life Sciences: multi-omic whole-transcriptome digital spatial profiling combined with single-cell and sub-cellular Spatial Molecular Imaging”

Tentative schedule:

Due the current limitations related to managing the COVID-19 pandemic, these seminars will be delivered online and are open to UW community members and the public. Registration is required. For lectures available to the public, click on the registration link under lecture details.

April 8, 2021 – Dr. Chulhong Kim – POSTECH

2021-04-05T09:31:23-07:00Field: "Trans-Energy Multimodal Imaging: from Development to Commercial Products via Clinical Translation" (Note Special Time: 4:30 PM)|

Due the current limitations related to managing the COVID-19 pandemic, these seminars will be delivered on-line and are open to UW community members.