Research Seminar Series

Karin Isaev and Chrystal Mavros

Irving Cancer Research Center
1130 St. Nicholas Avenue
Room 816
New York, NY 10032

Seminars will feature short presentations from Ph.D. students, postdocs of our Department but also other trainees interested in presenting their research to our community. Karin Isaev (Knowles Lab) will present Investigating RNA splicing as a source of cellular diversity using probabilistic models and Chrystal Mavros (Wang lab) will present Bacteria engineered to produce serotonin modulate host intestinal physiology.  

This Series is a great opportunity for senior PhD students (4th year) and postdocs to showcase their research skills, practice their presentation skills, and socialize with other members of the Department.