2024 QB3-Berkeley Bioscience Meetings

Multisystem Approaches for Biological Discovery

Multicellular organisms are inherently heterogeneous. Cells harboring similar genomes exhibit controlled yet different spatial and temporal phenotypes that uniquely lead to the development of diseases or adaptations to therapy. Join us and help build a growing community to shed light on this fascinating frontier! We aim to provide an open forum where scientists and engineers across different disciplines team up to develop innovative, next-generation approaches to discovering new biology across different system levels.

Friday, August 2 | 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. | Stanley Hall

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Algorithms, Detection, and the “One Health” Approach

Recognized by the CDC and WHO, the “One Health” approach emphasizes the interconnectedness of human and environmental health, advocating for interdisciplinary collaboration to address global health issues. This symposium aims to unite scientists, engineers, and citizen scientists to turn a critical lens toward surveillance and diagnostic technologies, with the ultimate goal of promoting equitable human and environmental health on local and global scales. It will foster discussions on the scientific, environmental, and social implications of these technologies and expand participants’ interdisciplinary networks.

Friday, August 16 | 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. | Stanley Hall

Registration forthcoming in June 2024

Proposal Calls

Past Bioscience Meetings