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Lisa Madigan: Keynote Speaker
We are thrilled to announce our Keynote Speaker: More)
Rebecca Willett: Panelist, Women in Underrepresented Fields
Rebecca Willett will be a Panelist on Why so Few? Women in Underrepresented Fields. Rebecca Willett is a Professor of Statistics and Computer Science at the University of Chicago. Her research is focused on machine learning, signal processing, and (More)
Ancient microbes: The missing link in sustainable energy?
by Elise Wachspress Image courtesy of Regio Energie Solothurn WellNews usually reports on groundbreaking research on the immune system, genetics, and the microbiome that promotes wellness—at the level of the individual. Now for something total (More)
News roundup: February 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. Germs in your gut are t (More)
News roundup: January 2019
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. Gut bacteria (More)
News roundup: December 2018
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. More)
UChicago Common Book Initiative: The Best We Could Do, by Thi Bui
Join this campus-wide reading experience and pick up a copy of The Best We Could Do this week! The UChicago Common Book Initiative strives to enhance campu (More)
News roundup: October 2018
A selection of health news from the University of Chicago and around the globe curated just for you. Thre (More)
DISABILITY STUDIES CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS!
DISABILITY  STUDIES WORKSHOP Fall 2018 We are pleased to  announce that we have extended the deadline for proposal submissions for the Fall Quarter to 3rd October 2018. . We would be excited to hear back from you! Please indicate in your submissio (More)
Discovery could help lung disease patients breathe a sigh of relief
by Elise Wachspress One of the more frustrating terms in the medical jargon is “idiopathic.” The word means “arising spontaneously from an unknown cause.” How do you fight a disease when you don’t understand how it started or what drives its pr (More)
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