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VIIBRE - Presentations
Selected talks and lectures
Engineering Challenges for Instrumenting and Controlling Integrated Organ-on-Chip Systems.
Presented by John Wikswo at the IEEE-EMBS Micro- and Nanoengineering in Medicine Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, December 3-7, 2012.
: Systems Biology and Undergraduate Research Experience.
(pdf - 5.2mb)
Presented by John Wikswo to the Parents Leadership Panel on Transinstitutional Initiatives, September 2006.
Where should we look for our keys
Presented by John Wikswo at the Keck Foundation Roundtable Discussion on the Future of Science in Los Angeles, May, 2006.
The need for dynamic sensing and control of cells to specify and validate systems biology models
(pdf - 10.8mb)
Presented by John Wikswo at the Systems Biology Lecture Series, University of Michigan, November 2004.
for Instrumenting and Controlling the Single Cell.
(ppt - 38mb) PDF (8mb - no animations)
Presented by John Wikswo at the Workshop on Microanalytical Devices for Bioprocessing, IEEE EMBS Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 2004.
Need for Cellular and Molecular Sensors and Actuators
. (ppt - 38mb) PDF (8mb - no animations)
Presented by John Wikswo at the Mini-Symposium: Biomolecular Processors through Micro- and Nanotechnology, EMBS IEEE Conference, San Francisco, CA, September 2004.
VIIBRE, Vanderbilt Institute for Integrative
Research and Education and the Cellular
and Control Project
Presented by John Wikswo and Franz Baudenbacher at Vanderbilt Nanodays, October 2002. (May require IE 5.0 or later)
Experimental and Computational Requirements for Post-Genomic Integrative Cellular Physiology
Presented by John P. Wikswo, Intel Workshop on Early Disease Detection, San Francisco, CA September, 2002. (May require IE 5.0 or later)