Join us Nov. 13 for the 19th annual Bioscience Day at the University of Maryland, where we'll explore epigenetics, genomics and the inner workings of nature.
Registration is free and lunch is provided.
"How life preserves form and function across generations"
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
Director of Clinical Genomics Product Lifecycle Management
Our third speaker is TBA.
THE DR. ERIK B. & MRS. JOYCE D.C. YOUNG LECTURE
"The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discover How Nature Works, and Why It Matters"
presented by Sean B. Carroll, Andrew and Mary Balo & Nicholas and Susan Simon Endowed Chair, Department of Biology, University of Maryland
Inventor Pitch Competition
Faculty members and researchers pitch their bioscience-related inventions to local venture capitalists in this exciting competition.
Undergraduate and graduate students share their innovative research projects in areas ranging from biophysics to microbiology to environmental science.
The networking panels are designed to help students understand what they can do with a degree in the biological sciences and similar majors. Representatives from industry and federal laboratories will describe their jobs and answer questions.
Visit bioscienceday.umd.edu to learn more and view the agenda!