SIBOR Workshop 2015
Friday, November 6, 2015
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PDF version of workshop program


Winfried Teizer, Associate Professor

Department of Physics & Astronomy, Texas A&M University

Molecular Motors – Can nanotechnology cure Alzheimer’s disease?

Donald Umstadter

Leland J. and Dorothy H. Olson Chair of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Biomedical applications of laser-driven electrons and x-rays

Feng Zhu

Department of Physics & Astronomy, Texas A&M University

Broadband dual comb spectroscopy for  breath analysis

Jens Lassen, Adjunct Professor

Simon Fraser University and University of Manitoba
TRIUMF - Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics

On-line radioactive isotope production techniques

Zohreh Schuessler, Clinical Assistant Professor

Sam Houston State University

Diabetes mellitus, a challenge for Nursing Education

Marcia Ory, Ph.D., M.P.H.,  Associate Dean of Research, Distinguished Professor

Health Promotion & Community Health Sciences, Texas A&M Health Science Center

The promotion of evidence-based programming for older adults  by engaging communities and linking to health care

Annette Sobel, M.D., M.S., FAAFP, FAsMA, P.E., Major General (Ret., AZANG)

Associate Professor, Department of Medical Education, TTUHSC and TTU

Priorities for critical infrastructure protection and health security in smart cities

James Strohaber, Assistant Professor

Department of Physics, Florida A&M University

Laser vortex beams in medicine

Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, TEES Professor and Head

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University

Engineering the ABIO-BIO Interface: The Challenge of Indwelling Biocompatibility

Andreas Mershin, Research Scientist

Center for Bits and Atoms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Remote presentation: Learning Biophysics Through The Nose

Dmitri Lapotko, Faculty Fellow in Biochemistry and Cell Biology

Department of BioSciences, Rice University

 Can physics help in detecting and treating the deadliest diseases?