School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

IBMST Inter-Institutional Cooperation Series: Fall Finale

Friday December 2, at the Eugene McDermott Library McDermott Auditorium (MC 2.410) from 2:30-5:00 PM

IBMST hosts monthly seminars that feature guest lecturers who speak on various topics related to the current research and interests of the Institute. The final seminar for the Fall 2005 semester will feature Dr. Warren Zimmer (Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Texas A&M Health Science Center) and Dr. Danna Zimmer (Associate Professor of Pathobiology, Texas A&M University), the co-leaders of the newly formed Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine (TIGM). This Inter-Institutional Cooperation Series Lecture will be held in the Eugene McDermott Library McDermott Auditorium (MC 2.410) from 2:30-5:00 PM on December 2, 2005. The event will include a research seminar from each of the Zimmers, as well as a discussion of the newly formed institute that they will direct.

At The University of Texas at Dallas' Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Technology (IBMST), it is our mission to integrate biological, physical, cognitive, and engineering sciences to enhance human health and quality of life. To accomplish that, we use the combined and integrated expertise of world-renowned molecular and cell biologists, chemists, physicists, nanotechnologists, engineers, cognitive neuroscientists, and mathematicians to form teams that perform big science and conduct cutting-edge interdisciplinary research.

The focus of IBMST is directed at diverse and critical sciences and technologies such as: diseases of the aging brain, blood disorders, molecular diagnostics and biomedical technology, and bioengineering, security, and defense. It is our firm commitment that, within the near future, the outcome of our work will result in better treatment and cures of disease and the development of products that can be manufactured and distributed by the biotech industry throughout the world.

For Additional Information: TK Armstrong (972)883-4870
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  • Updated: December 19, 2007