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Drop-in Mindfulness Session

In Person

Join the Thich Nhat Hanh Center for Mindfulness in Public Health for a refreshing mindfulness practice on Thursday afternoon, May 9th from 1 pm to 1:50 pm in Kresge, Room 110. The drop-in mindfulness sessions include sitting and walking meditations, learning about mindfulness, and practicing mindfulness to enhance our energy of ease and rest. The practice will start … Continue reading "Drop-in Mindfulness Session"

Deadline for Registration – Exec. Ed: Leading in Health Systems: Activating Transformational Change

In Person

The pandemic is the direst public health crisis the global population has faced in recent times. However, as the world attempts to reset itself, we must acknowledge irreparable fissures created in the health care workforce that cannot be repaired with time. The trauma experienced by health care workers and a dynamic shift in the balance of power in workers’ favor have left leaders looking for answers to … Continue reading "Deadline for Registration – Exec. Ed: Leading in Health Systems: Activating Transformational Change"

Introduction to Gene Regulatory Network Inference – Getting More out of Your Data with NetZoo

Virtual In Person

This beginner workshop is an introduction to the inference and analysis of gene regulatory networks (GRN) using the network zoo (https://netzoo.github.io), a menagerie of network biology methods. Participants will learn: How various GRN workflows can be used with transcriptomic, genomic, methylomic, and other data to gain additional biological insights. How to navigate the NetZoo family … Continue reading "Introduction to Gene Regulatory Network Inference – Getting More out of Your Data with NetZoo"