Faculty members present talks at Science2005, the University of Pittsburgh's annual showcase of science and technology
Biological Sciences faculty demonstrated the wide range of departmental research foci by presenting on three varied topics - computational biology, genomics and neuroimaging.
Professor Robert Murphy spoke about his research on localizing cell proteins. His talk, Automated Interpretation of Fluorescence Microscope Images for Location Proteomics, was featured in the spotlight session "Cellular Real Estate" on Thursday, October 6. Associate Professor Javier López presented his talk, New Approaches for Analysis of the Spliceome, as part of the "Whole Genome Analysis" session. Lastly, Assistant Professor Eric Ahrens spoke on the second day of the conference. His talk on Cellular-Molecular MRI of the Central Nervous System was a part of the "Functional Neuroimaging" spotlight session.