Biophysics Seminar

The biophysics seminar is a concerted effort between The Ohio State University's Department of Physics and the Biophysics graduate program. Speakers at Biophysics seminars consist of an external guest speaker, current Biophysics students, or Ohio State faculty members.

Current Biophysics pre-candidacy students should register for the seminar course offered through the Department of Physics. Post-candidacy Biophysics students are required to attend but not to register for the course. For all Biophysics students and other students enrolled in the course for credit, student presentations within small groups to enhance student presentation skills and provide open discussion are considered components of the seminar. Additional course information is available on the Carmen page for the course. Please let Dr. Ralf Bundschuh know if you are taking the course for credit or are a post-candidacy student in the Biophysics program and don't have access to the Carmen page.

Seminar Class:Physics 7891
Course #:16861
Section #:0020

Current location(s):

If you want to be included in the email list please send an (empty) email to biophys-sem-join@lists.osu.edu. For questions about Biophysics seminars, please contact Dr. Ralf Bundschuh.

Date Time Speaker Title
8/25/2021
Smith room
1:00 Wen Tang
Department of Biological Chemistry & Pharmacology
Small RNAs in germ granules
9/8/2021
Smith room
1:00 Bin Zhang
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Phase Separation in Genome Organization
9/15/2021
Smith room
1:00 Matt Sullivan
Department of Microbiology
Fellowships: What's out there, application parts, and tips for success
9/22/2021
Smith room
1:00 Greg Jameson
Bruschweiler lab
Using NMR Spin Relaxation to Quantitatively Analyze Biomolecules Undergoing Exchange with Large Interaction Partners
1:30 Ariel Robbins
Poirier lab
Characterizing the force dependent properties of a DNA origami force probe
9/29/2021
Smith room
1:00 Melikhan Tanyeri
Duquesne University
Leveraging microfluidic techniques for biophysical characterization of biomolecules, cells and biofluids
10/13/2021
Smith room
1:00 Brandon Biesiadecki
Department of Physiology and Cell Biology
Tyrosine phosphorylation: A novel mechanism to improve cardiac diastolic dysfunction
10/20/2021
Smith room
1:30 Heather Kulik
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
What can quantum chemistry teach us about protein structure and function?
11/3/2021
Smith room
1:00 Austin Cool
Lindert lab
TBA
1:30 Eric Hantz
Lindert lab
TBA
11/10/2021
Smith room
1:00 Daniel Herschlag
Stanford University
TBA
11/17/2021
Smith room
1:00 Remi Veneziano
George Mason University
TBA
1/24/2022
Smith room
11:00 Wei Liu
Arizona State University
TBA
12:30 TBA
 
TBA
4/4/2022
Smith room
11:00 Jiajie Diao
University of Cincinnati
TBA
12:30 TBA
 
TBA

Last update: 10/15/2021, Ralf Bundschuh