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An Analytical Approach to Benchmarking Adaptive Chemotherapy Dosing in Models of Cell-Cell Competition in Cancer

Cordelia McGehee, Mayo Clinic
- | David Rittenhouse Laboratory 4C6

Acquired chemotherapy resistance remains a significant barrier to curative treatment in many cases of advanced cancer.   It is hypothesized that underlying cell-cell competition between chemotherapy sensitive and…

Knockout of a single Sox gene resurrects and ancestral cell type in the sea anemone Nematostella vectensis

Dr. Leslie Babonis, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University
- | Claire Fagin Hall Auditorium

Hosted by Dr. Katie Barott

Home institution: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University

Cnidocytes are the explosive stinging cells unique to cnidarians (corals, jellyfish, etc…

Seminar with Elena F. Koslover

Elena F. Koslover, University of California San Diego
- | David Rittenhouse Laboratory A2