TDAI's Computational Health & Life Sciences community of practice is beginning discussions to form smaller, discipline-focused peer groups within its community. Any faculty members interested in exploring possibilities for a computational molecular bioscience group are invited to join the conversation on Dec. 5 at 10 a.m. in 320 Pomerene.
This year's faculty co-directors for Computational Health & Life Sciences are Xiaolin Cheng (Pharmacy), Laura Pomeroy (Environmental Health Sciences, Public Health, Veterinary Medicine), and Qin Ma (Biomedical Informatics).
Join colleagues for informal discussions and creative conversations over coffee and tea. Catch up, get answers, and start the morning well. Faculty, students, and staff are welcome.
TDAI hosts informal Tuesday Coffees the first Tuesday of the month (coffee available other times, too). Do you have an idea for a topic? Email Pamela Faust about hosting a coffee!