Columbia University 4th Annual Engineering in Medicine Symposium

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CUIMC Faculty Club (Note there is a different location for the 6:00pm reception)

630 West 168th Street

4th Floor

New York, NY 10032

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Register by February 12th!


Join us for a day of talks, networking, and poster presentations exploring the interface of engineering and medicine and the path from bench to bedside.

HOSTS

The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science & Columbia University Irving Medical Center

SYMPOSIUM DETAILS

Thursday, February 20, 2020
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
CUIMC Faculty Club
630 W. 168th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY


RECEPTION DETAILS

Thursday, February 20, 2020
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Carleton Commons,
Seeley R. Mudd Building,
Morningside Campus

Immediately following the symposium, you are invited to join us at Carleton Commons to network with speakers, alumni, and current students. A charter bus will transport attendees to the reception. Please direct any questions to bme@columbia.edu.


SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS

Katherine E. Reuther, PhD - Biomedical Engineering (BME)
Nandan Nerurkar, PhD - BME

PROGRAM

8:00 - Networking Breakfast

8:45 - Opening Remarks

Executive Vice President and Dean of the Faculties of Health Sciences and Medicine; Chief Executive, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Lee Goldman, MD, MPH

Senior Executive Vice Dean, Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, Shih-Fu Chang, PhD


Cell & Tissue Engineering

9:05 - Session Chair: Craig Smith, MD (Surgery)

9:10 - Helen H. Lu, PhD (BME)
"Cell & Tissue Engineering, A Historic Perspective"

9:20 - Mijo Simunovic, PhD (Chemical Engineering/Genetics and Development)
"The Attachment and Symmetry Breaking of a 3D Model of the Human Embryo"

9:35 - Samuel Zev Williams, MD, PhD (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
"Engineering Solutions for Infertility"

9:50 - Clark Hung, PhD (BME)
"Bioengineering Strategies to Address Cartilage Repair and Degeneration"

10:05 - Kam Leong, PhD (BME)
"What Can the Opposite of Gene Delivery Accomplish?"


10:20 - 10:35 - Break


Bioinformatics & Data Science

10:35 - Session Chair: Itsik Pe'er, PhD (Computer Science)

10:40 - Andrew Laine, PhD (BME)
"Bioinformatics & Data Science, A Historic Perspective"

10:50 - Raju Tomer, PhD (Biological Sciences)
"Mapping and Engineering Complex Neural Systems"

11:05 - Elham Azizi, PhD (BME)
"Machine Learning for Modeling the Complex Tumor Microenvironment"

11:20 - Saeed Tavazoie, PhD (Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics)
"Stochastic Tuning: Optimization of Gene Expression by Trial and Error"

11:35 - Joshua Jacobs, PhD (BME)
"Direct Human Brain Recordings and the Neural Basis of Cognition"


11:50 - 12:30 - Lunch


Biomechanics

12:30 - Session Chair: Kristin Myers, PhD (Mechanical Engineering)

12:35 - X. Edward Guo, PhD (BME/Medicine)
"Biomechanics, A Historic Perspective"

12:50 - Vijay Vedula, PhD (Mechanical Engineering)
"Computational Modeling of Cardiovascular Biomechanics in Disease and Development"

1:05 - Nandan Nerurkar, PhD (BME)
"Mechanobiology of Gut Morphogenesis"

1:20 - David Kalfa, MD, PhD (Surgery)
“Developing Medical Devices for Children with Congenital Heart Diseases: a Translational and Collaborative Approach”

1:35 - Elisa Konofagou, PhD (BME/Radiology)
“Elasticity Imaging of Cardiovascular Tissues and Cancer”


1:50 - 2:00 - Break


Biomedical Imaging & Neuroengineering


2:00 - Session Chair: Anil K. Rustgi, MD (Director of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, Associate Dean of Oncology, Chief of Cancer Services)

2:05 - Paul Sajda, PhD (BME/Radiology/Electrical Engineering)
"Biomedical Imaging & Neuroengineering, A Historic Perspective"

2:15 - Stephen Tsang, MD, PhD (Ophthalmology/Pathology and Cell Biology)
"In Vivo CRISPR Genome Engineering and FDA Filing"

2:30 - Andreas Hielscher, PhD (BME/Radiology/Electrical Engineering)
"Clinical Optical Imaging of Vascular Diseases, Breast Cancer, and Arthritis for Disease Diagnosis and Treatment Monitoring"

2:45 - Kenneth P. Olive, PhD (Medicine)
"Functional Imaging Applications in Translational Pancreatic Cancer Research"

3:00 - Qi Wang, PhD (BME)
"Neural Stimulation to Enhance Perception and Behavior"


3:15 - Closing Remarks
Nandan Nerurkar, PhD (BME)


3:20 - Social Hour/Poster Session

5:00 - Poster Competition Winner Announcement - Adjourn

5:15 - Charter Bus Departs for Reception

6:00 - 8:00PM - Post-Symposium Reception @ Carleton Commons


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CUIMC Faculty Club (Note there is a different location for the 6:00pm reception)

630 West 168th Street

4th Floor

New York, NY 10032

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