Class of 1960 Scholars Program:
With funds generously provided by the Class of 1960, the BIMO Program invites prominent researchers from other institutions to campus to present a public seminar and then to meet privately in a discussion and dinner setting with a select group of students (chosen for the calendar year to be the BIMO Class of 1960 Scholars).
Date: September 23, 2016
Seminar Title: “Redox switches in health and human disease”
Dr. Maron is a cardiovascular medicine specialist. His research focuses on understanding novel molecular mechanisms involved in the pathobiology of pulmonary arterial hypertension.
See his website for more details concerning Dr. Maron’s research.
Date: March 3, 2017
Seminar Title: TBA
Prof. Doudna studies RNA molecules’ unique capability to encode and control the expression of genetic information, often as a consequence of their three-dimensional structures. She is interested in understanding and harnessing RNA-mediated control of the genome, including CRISPR-Cas bacterial adaptive immunity and related systems.
See her website for more details concerning Prof. Doudna’s research.
The BIMO Class of 1960 Scholars for 2016