ICTS

ICTS Promoted Events

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DEC 2022

6

Tue

Focused Flexible Accelerated Studies Program: Dissemination and Implementation

The ICTS FFASt program aims to provide various training opportunities to graduate students, post-doctoral scholars and junior faculty to ensure that they possess the core competencies to work effectively both in the broad discipline of translational science and in their specific area of research. To meet this goal the ICTS will provide a variety of trainings throughout the year through our Focused Flexible Accelerated Studies (FFASt) Workshops.


DEC 2022

5

Mon

CNCM Seminar: Georg Stridter, PhD

Topic: Evolutionary Conservation versus Change in Brains and Other Biological Systems
Speaker: Georg F. Striedter, PhD; Professor; Department of Neurobiology and Behavior; UCI School of Biological Sciences


DEC 2022

1

Thu

UCI MIND Seminar: From mice to men: Single-cell isoform regulation in our brains

In this talk, Dr. Tilgner will focus on his recent ground-breaking, multi-disciplinary research published in Nature Biotechnology and Nature Communications which involved recording isoforms at the single-cell resolution in mouse and human brains. This work includes cell-type specific aspects of exon/TSS/polyA-site combinatorics, as well as spatially and/or developmentally defined isoform expression.
Natural Sciences I 1114
Zoom link sent by request only.


NOV 2022

29

Thu

UCI Conte Center: Seminar Series

Topic: Human Action Selection Under Threat: Computing Adaptive Behaviour
Speaker: Dominik R. Bach, MD, PhD; Professor of Cognitive-Computational and Clinical Neuroscience, Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging and Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry and Ageing Research, University College London


PREVIOUS EVENTS

NOV 2022

16

Wed

ICTS & GPS-STEM Workshop: Reproducibility For Everyone

Join us for a workshop focusing on providing tools and techniques on how to ensure reproducibility in scientific research. The workshop is presented by Reproducibility for Everyone (R4E), a community-led reproducibility education initiative, which helps to empower scientists & make them feel confident in sharing their research with scientific community at-large.


NOV 2022

14-15

Mon-Tue

Advancing the Science of Community-Engaged Health Disparities Research

The objective of this workshop is to bring together multiple stakeholders, including researchers, healthcare providers, community partners, and federal, state and local government officials, to discuss the state of the science of community-engaged health disparities research, especially in light of the experiences and lessons learned from many NIH-funded community-engaged research efforts such as the Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) Against COVID-19 Disparities, and to discuss the novel methodologies and advancements that are shaping the future of community-engaged heath disparities research.


NOV 2022

15

Tue

Looking to a Future Without Alzheimer's

Dean Frank LaFerla will present an overview of the state of Alzheimer’s disease research. Following his presentation, the panel will cover emerging trends in research, care and the upcoming challenges we will face and how we might mitigate them.


NOV 2022

10

Thu

The Future of Healthcare: Innovations in Data to Achieve Health Equity

This symposium will tackle data equity as a foundational component of health equity. We will hear speakers from the public and private sector to an audience of medical practitioners, scientists, researchers, community organizations, patient advocates, students, and the community at large. We will also have breakout sessions featuring 4 different sectors of healthcare including mental health, precision health (physical health), public health and prevention/ early intervention. Our Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Diana Ramos, CA Surgeon General.


NOV 2022

10

Thu

Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Webinar: Active Transportation - Great for Every Body and the Earth

This panel on active transportation will share scientific perspectives on promoting active transportation, health, and sustainability by intervening at multiple levels of influence. Panelists will translate evidence to indicate why active transportation, like walking and biking and public transit, should be realistic choices to get around and cities should be built to ensure active transportation is safe, easy, and affordable.


NOV 2022

4

Fri

CNCM Special Seminar: Takai Komiyama, PhD

Topic: "Motor cortex circuits for learned movements"
Speaker: Takaki Komiyama, PhD; Professor and Vice Chair; Department of Neurobiology; UC San Diego