UC Davis Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Program Symposium

Location: 1022 Life Sciences

What is VIP?

The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) program integrates undergraduate education and faculty research in a team-based environment. It provides an immersive, collaborative, and flexible learning environment in which undergraduate students earn academic credits by participating in a research project for up to three years (typically from sophomore through senior years). The students have the opportunity to learn and practice professional skills, experience different roles, and make substantial contributions to research projects. In January 2016 UC Davis was awarded a grant from the Helmsley Trust to join a national consortium of universities that have adopted the VIP program. Current UC Davis VIP projects will be discussed in this symposium.

UC Davis Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Program Symposium

September 23, 2016

Time

Speaker

Topic

1.30

Subra Muralidharan

UC Davis VIP

1.50

Holland Cheng

Structure-guided Vaccine Designs.

2.10

Daniel Cox

Amyloids for Nanoparticle Synthesis, Wiring, Energy, and Remediation (ANSWER).

2.30

Jonathan Eisen & David Coil

Bacterial Isolation and Genome Sequencing in Modern Microbial Ecology.

2.50

Atul Parikh & Viviane Ngassam

Searching for Broad-Spectrum Antivirals Among Membrane-Active Molecules.

3.10

David Simpson & Isaac Pessah

Predicting Stem Cell Potency and Effectiveness.

September 30, 2016

1.30

Pam Ronald & Brittany Anderton

Understanding how rice plants resist infection. 

1.50

David Rizzo

VIP and Global Disease Biology program.

2.10

Margie Longo

Design, Fabrication, and Characterization of Addressable Biomembrane Arrays for Nanomedicine. 

2.30

Marco Molinaro

Practical Learning Analytics for Undergradute Education.

2.50

J. P. Delplanque 

Real-Time Data Analytics for the Assassement of Pathologic Patient-Ventilator Interactions. 

 

   

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