Presenter: Sandra Kane-Gill, PharmD, MS, FCCM, FCCP

Nephrotoxin stewardship ensures a structured and consistent approach to safe medication use and prevention of patient harm. Clinical decision support can assist with stewardship efforts to reduce medication errors and adverse drug events and prevent or reduce severity of D-AKI.

Presenter: Yufei Huang, PhD

N6-methyladenosine (m6A) is the most abundant methylation in transcripts, existing in >25% of human mRNAs. Exciting recent discoveries indicate a close involvement of m6A in regulating many different aspects of mRNA metabolism and cancer.

Presenter: Maria Chikina, PhD

Genome scale technologies can measure thousands or even millions of molecular features but the individual measurements are often noisy redouts of a smaller set of parameters describing the internal biological state.  Indeed, many computational analyses can be viewed as methods to infer the true biological variables from their coordinated effects on a larger set of experimental readouts.  In this talk I will discuss methods that use biologically motivated priors and constraints to  reduce lar

Presenter: Craig Wilcox, PhD

Attendees will learn how federal regulation and University policy define research misconduct, and what to do if they observe possible misconduct.  Attendees will also learn steps to take that can help reduce the possibility of research misconduct in their laboratories, and how good research practies can help them protect their lab and defend themselves in the event of false alligations of research misconduct.




Presenter: Y.P. Peter Di, PhD

Despite many prevention measurements and successful development of vaccines against SARS-CoV2, the COVID-19 pandemic continuously affects our life likely for many years to come. The emerging delta variant from the evolving virus showed the critical role of the mutations in infections. Viruses and bacteria become successful pathogens by finding ways to adapt to the host environment. Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P.

Presenter: Xia Ning, PhD

Due to the rapid growth of information available about individual patients, most physicians suffer from information overload and inefficiencies when they review patient information in health information technology systems.

Presenter: Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis, PhD