Exploring extraterrestrial life, alpine ice patch archeology and systems biology (moved to Bahen Centre: BA 1160 -- RSVPs required)

H. Sapers, J. Mustard, C. Thomas, M. Vidal
2019 Tanenbaum Symposium
(See attached poster)
Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 9:00am
Bahen Centre Rm. 1160
Agenda: 09:00-09:05: Richard Hegele (Welcome remarks) 09:05-09:55: Haley Sapers, Post Doctoral Scholar, Human Frontier in Science Cross-disciplinary Fellow, University of Southern California, California Institute of Technology/ NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory “Intraterrestrial to Extraterrestrial: assessing microbial community structure and biomass visualization in the deep subsurface on our way to Mars” 09:55-10:45: Jack Mustard, Professor, Geological and Environmental Studies, Brown University “Current and Future Investigations for Signs of Life on Mars” 11:00-11:50: Christian Thomas, Senior Projects Archeologist, Department of Tourism and Culture, Heritage Resources Unit, Yukon Government “Alpine Ice Patch Archaeology: Preserving the legacy of a 10,000-year long relationship between animals, ice, and First Nations people in the mountains of the Yukon” 11:50-12:40: Marc Vidal, Professor, Genetics, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School “From 20th century Genetics to 21st century Edgetics: Why complex networks operating inside cells matter much more than DNA sequences” 12:40-12:45: Charlie Boone (Thank you and Adjournment) Professor, The Donnelly Centre, Faculty of Medicine, Canada Research Char in Functional Genomics and Proteomics
Dr. Charlie Boone, PhD, FRSC, Anne and max Tanenbaum Chair in Molecular Medicine, Canada Research Chair in Proteomics, Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics | Professor, The Donnelly Centre
2019 Tanenbaum Symposium