Friday Forum Seminars

MIT Building 56 Room 614
Socializing & Refreshments 4:00-4:25PM
Talks 4:30-5:00PM
Socializing 5:00-5:30PM

The Center has developed three of its own seminar series. One of which is the CEHS Friday Forum Seminar Series, comprised of monthly gathering of Center members and their lab group to socialize and hear a scientific presentation that is almost exclusively presented by a Center member (generally by a Junior Faculty member), by a recipient of a CEHS Pilot Project Grant, by a potential candidate for CEHS membership, or by outside speakers whose work is relevant to the goals of the Center. By offering a casual setting, this event fosters important networking. This format has been remarkably effective in promoting collaborative interactions among Center members. Initiated in 2003, Friday Forum has played a critical role in growing and sustaining a robust CEHS community.

Friday Forum Seminar: Optogenetics, Expansion Microscopy, and Other Tools for Understanding Complex Biological Systems

September 20, 2019 | 10:00am-11:00am | 76-156

Friday Forum: 1+1=1: Targeting Endosymbiosis for Antimalarial Drug Discovery

Ellen Yeh; Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, of Pathology and of Microbiology and Immunology

This is a joint Friday Forum seminar with the Department of Chemistry.

For more information about Assistant Professor Ellen Yeh at Stanford University, please click here.