While it leans toward the physical and earth sciences, The no-frills Boston Science and Engineering Lectures website offers an up to date, comprehensive linked list of events related to medical research. Here’s a sample from this week. As noted, always double-check to make sure the event is not cancelled.
Monday, February 23
10a. “(Bio)molecular Probes for Non-Invasive Imaging via NMR, Optics and Acoustics.” Gil Westmeyer. MIT: McGovern Seminar Room (46-3189). Details, Abstract.
11a. “Rare Disease Day.” State House, Great Hall. Details, Registration.
3p. “Rehabilitation Robotics: From Analysis to Design to Assessment to Intervention.” Hermano Krebs. Tufts: Anderson 112. Details, Abstract.
February 24-26. “Reconstructing Medieval Medical Libraries: Between the Codex and the Computer.” A lecture and workshops. Monica H.Green. Houghton and Countway libraries. Details, Abstract, RSVP.
4p. “Thinking in Patterns: Representations in the Neural Basis of Theory of Mind.” Jorie Koster-Hale. Harvard: Northwest 243, 52 Oxford St. Details, Abstract.
7p. “Water Quality Workshop.” Don Blair. Parts and Crafts, 577 Somerville Ave, Somerville. Details, Abstract.
4p. “Measles, Vaccines, and Protecting Public Health.” A panel discussion. HLS: Wasserstein 1010. Details.
7:45a. “Exploring the Human Connectome of Multiple Sclerosis.” Eric Klawiter. Harvard: Faculty Club 10, 20 Quincy St. Details.
10 – 11:50a. “Building a Research Agenda for Global Mental Health.” Pamela Y. Collins. MIT 3-333. : Details.
Noon. “Top Medical Discoveries in the Last Century.” Sanjiv Chopra and Mark Aronson. HMS: Medical Education Center, Walter Amphitheater, 260 Longwood Ave. Details.*
12:30 – 4p. “Food+ Symposium.” Harvard: Geological lecture Hall, 24 Oxford St. Detail, RSVPs.