High Fidelity Seminar Series

Featuring the importance of standards and reference materials for reproducibility of biomedical research.

All seminars will be held virtually.

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Date & Time Speaker Talk Title

February 25

2 p.m.

Lenny Teytelman, Ph.D.

CEO, Protocols.io

For Reproducibility, We Need the Methods Behind the Data

March 5

10 a.m.

Marc Ferrer, Ph.D.

Director, 3-D Tissue Bioprinting Laboratory,

Division of Preclinical Innovation,

Early Translation Branch,

National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences,

National Institutes of Health

Bioengineered Cancer Tissue Models for Drug Discovery and Development

April 22

1 p.m.

Justin Zook, Ph.D.

Team Leader, Human Genomics,

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Genome in a Bottle: Reference Materials to Benchmark Human Genome Sequencing

May 25

11 a.m.

Anita Bandrowski, Ph.D.

Scientist, Department of Neuroscience,

University of California, San Diego,

and Co-Founder SciCrunch, Inc.

RRIDs for Research Resources, Why Do We Need a Number to Make Resources FAIR?

June 24

1 p.m.

Kenneth Cole, Ph.D.

Group Leader, Bioassay Methods Biosystems and Biomaterials Division,

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Cancer Biomarker Measurements and Standards at NIST

July 13

1 p.m.

Madhu Lal-Nag, M.S., M.B.S., Ph.D.

Program Lead, Research Governance Council,

Office of Translational Sciences,

Center for Drug Evaluation and Research,

U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Understanding the Utility of Complex In Vitro Models in Therapeutic Development

All times are in Eastern Standard Time.