12:15 pm: Dr. Bing Ye, Burton L. Baker Collegiate Professor of the Life Sciences, Research Associate Dean, Research Professor, and Director of the Perrigo Undergraduate Summer Fellowship Program, University of Michigan Life Sciences Institute; Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan Medical School
“AI-based behavioral analysis for preclinical and clinical research”
Dr. Bing Ye is the Burton L. Baker Collegiate Professor in the Life Sciences Institute and Department of Cell and Developmental Biology of U-M medical school. The Ye lab takes a broad, multi-disciplinary approach to study the neural basis of behavior, which includes genetics, cell biology, developmental biology, biochemistry, advanced imaging, electrophysiology, computation and behavioral studies. They also investigate how defects in neuronal development lead to brain disorders, including those in Down syndrome.