Fourth annual Oktoberfest poster session held Oct 26, 2007.
CSBi Oktoberfest Poster Session - October 2007
CSBi will host its fourth annual Oktoberfest poster session
on October 26, 2007. The agenda includes: CSB faculty talks, student
poster session all followed by a reception. This event is open to anyone
in the MIT community with an interest in systems biology. See the Oktoberfest
2007 flier for details.
CSBi Oktoberfest Poster Session - October 2006
Continuing with the "Oktoberfest" theme enjoyed by last year poster session
participants, CSBi will host its third annual poster session on October 19,
2006. This event is open to anyone in the MIT community with an interest in
Merck/CSBi Fellowship Meeting - June 2006
The event was sponsored by MIT’s Computational & Systems Biology
initiative and Merck Research Labs.
CSBi Poster Session - November 2005
The second annual CSBi poster session was held on November 1st, 2005
in Walker Memorial Lounge with an "Oktoberfest" theme. CSBi faculty presented
3 minute summaries of their research and graduate students and postdocs presented
posters. The community enjoyed the "Oktoberfest" style food and the opportunity
to discuss their research with the new students.
Merck/CSBi Poster Session and Meeting - August 2005
On Wednesday, August 17th, 2005, CSBi and Merck held its annual meeting
centered around the research of the Merck/CSBi fellows at MIT. The afternoon
featured presentations by the postdoctoral fellows and a keynote address by
Thomas Begley from SUNY - Albany featuring his work on computational methods
to identify toxicity modulating hot spots and protein networks. The meeting
took place at the Merck Research Laboratories in Boston and concluded with
a poster session in the atrium.
CSBi Poster Session - November 2004
The CSBi graduate education committee launched the first in a series
of presentations designed to highlight CSBi research activities to graduate
students and postdocs throughout MIT. This event featured short oral and poster
presentations by a broad range of engineering and science faculty, students
and postdocs. The goal of the event was to expose the new CSBi PhD students
and interested researchers to the breadth of systems biology research at MIT.
Student-focused CSBi community events offer an excellent framework to catalyze
collaborations among synergistic by heretofore disparate groups of investigators
BBQ and Poster Session - Summer 2003
In July 2003, CSBi hosted a BBQ and poster session at the Kresge Auditorium
with over 200 MIT affiliates, including CSBi faculty, staff and students, interested
in systems biology. In addition to enjoying the food and the sounds of the reggae
band, Pressure Cooker, the poster session highlighted the ongoing research of
CSBi labs ranging from DNA repair and network dynamics to computational analysis
of proteins and neural networks.