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Natural Science Seminars
York College series: Topic: Internet of things: Communication and privacy challenges.
Natural Sciences Pre-Grad School Mixer
The Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Earth and Physical Sciences are hosting a mixer for students considering applying for graduate school or pursuing a career in research. Faculty will be present to discuss their research programs.
Natural Sciences Seminar Series: Beyond Anatomical Imaging: MRI Application to Trabecular Bone and Tumor
Research talk by Dr. HyungJoon Cho from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Natural Sciences Seminar Series: Walking in the Proteomic Footprints of Viral Infection
Research talk by Dr. Ileana Cristea from Princeton University
Panel discussion: York alumni on Graduate School at Brown University
York alumni currently attending graduate school at Brown University in Rhode Island will discuss their experiences. Students will also have the opportunity to apply for a free tour of Brown University. Refreshments will be served.
Pre-Med/Healthcare Informational Meeting
Thinking about a career in Medicine, Dentistry or other healthcare related field? Join our pre-medical advisor, Dr. Andrew Criss, for an informational meeting and Q & A.
Pre-Med Meeting
Attention all Freshman/ Sophomore Pre-Med Students
Proteomic Approaches for Analyzing Complex Biological Machines
All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
Research Seminar
MARC (Minority Access to Research Careers, a NIH-funded Biomedical Research and Training Program) and The Science Departments Present a Research Seminar by Professor Nancy Greenbaum Professor of Chemistry Hunter College/CUNY
Neanderthals: from Bone to Genomes
Seminar presentation by Dr. Igor Ovchinnokov, Associate Professor in Residence at the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and Department of Anthropology at the University of Connecticut.