October 1, 2021
Dr. Joerg Lahann, Director of the Biointerfaces Institute and Wolfgang Pauli Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Dr. James Moon, John G. Searle Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering, will be presenting their novel work on technologies and therapeutics that have the potential to be used in brain cancer treatment.
The BIBC seminars will showcase the multidisciplinary research of faculty studying brain cancer biology and novel technologies that can be used for brain cancer diagnosis and treatment. The seminars will be held on campus with a hybrid option. If you have not already received building access for BSRB, enter through the front entrance, which will be unlocked from 7am-5pm.
Anyone attending the seminar in person must complete the ResponsiBLUE questionnaire and show the screening check when entering the research auditorium. At this time, masks are required for all individuals regardless of vaccination status. We will update this event if University policy changes with regards to in-person events.