"Dynamic Mechanisms Regulate Steroid-Dependent Transcription: from Single Cell Measurements to Understanding Cell Population Behavior"
May 25, 2010
Room 326, VanNuys Medical Science Building, IU School of Medicine, Indianapolis
Ty Voss, a staff scientist at the Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression, National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute, will present this research seminar at the IU School of Medicine.
Third Annual Conference for Individualized Pharmacotherapy in Pregnancy
June 7-8, 2010
University Place Hotel and Conference Center, Indianapolis
This conference will highlight the expanding field of individualized medicine as it relates to pregnancy. Individualized pharmacotherapy in pregnancy is meant to maximize effectiveness of drug therapy for pregnant women while minimizing both the side effects for women and the potential adverse effects on the fetus. Many researchers are performing studies aimed at improving pharmacotherapy for pregnant women. This conference brings together representatives and researchers from academic research centers including obstetric pharmacology research units, governmental agencies, and industry to discuss the current state of research, barriers and concerns regarding this type of research. For more information visit: http://www.pregmed.org.
10th Cyanobacterial Molecular Biology Workshop
June 11-15, 2010
UCLA Conference Center, Lake Arrowhead, Calif.
Indiana University geneticist David Kehoe is one of the invited guest speakers to this conference. Kehoe's topic is "Integration of Light and Nutrient Responses: Transcriptional, Post-Transcriptional, and Not-So-Small RNA Control." Other sessions are expected to touch on "Light Harvesting, Pigments and Antenna Systems," "Secondary Metabolism," "Photosynthetic and Respiratory Metabolism," "Hydrogen and Nitrogen Metabolism," and "Cell Development and Differentiation." For registration information go to: http://ed-structgen.jgi-psf.org/cyanowkshop/registration.html.
Fourth Annual Summer Tech Workshop for Teens
June 15 and June 17, 2010
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. each day
IU Innovation Center, 2719 E 10th St., Bloomington
The robots are back and ready for another summer showdown at the fourth annual Summer Technology Workshop for Teens. Indiana high school students with an interest in computer technology, programming, or networking can once again work side-by-side with IU technology professionals to build a robot and compete against other teams during this hands-on workshop sponsored by the IU Pervasive Technology Institute. To accommodate growing demand, there will be two sessions. No cost to register, but space is limited to 20 students for each workshop. For more details: http://uitspress.iu.edu/news/page/normal/14374.html, or to register contact the Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research at email@example.com or 812-856-4620.