Date: January 29, 2019
Speaker: Claudia Fischbach-Tesch, MS, PhD, Director, Cornell Center on the Physics of Cancer Metabolism, Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University
Title: Physical sciences approaches to analyze tumor-associated ECM dynamics
Date: March 5, 2019
Speakers:Gosia Rychlowska, Research Associate and Consuelo Correa-Sierra, Postdoctoral Associate, Schang Lab, Baker Institute, Cornell University
Baker Institute for Animal Health carries out cutting-edge research in animal health to improve the lives of both humans and animals alike. Founded in 1950 on a leafy 30-acre campus in Ithaca, New York, the Institute is proud to continue building on more than a half century history of discoveries and innovation in vaccines and infectious disease, reproductive biology, cancer research, and basic biology. Today, Baker’s faculty and research staff continue to study the pathogens and genetic disorders of dogs, cats, horses, and other animals and the underlying causes of cancer in animals and in humans, often leading the science in new and innovative directions.