Integrated Cardiometabolic Medicine for Bioengineers

POSTDOC Application Form UCLA-Caltech iCMB Training Program

Integrated Theronastic Engineering to Advance Metabolic Systems

(2022) POSTDOC Application Form UCLA-Caltech iTEAM Training Program

Training Courses

MIMG C234 – RCR/Ethics (Spring 2023, in-person): RCR Training Information

Virtual Research Mentor Training Refresher Course:Faculty_Mentor_Training

The objective of the workshop is to enrich current mentoring practices by providing faculty with evidence-based approaches to research mentoring while offering a forum in which to solve dilemmas. This training comes from the Center For the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) and the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN). It is recognized by NIH and NSF for grant applications as evidence of a commitment to trainee mentoring, including trainees from diverse backgrounds.

Date: May 12, 2023: 1 pm-4 pm (virtual). Participants must be able to attend the entire session.

Registration Information (By May 8th):

Training on Open Science Practices for AHA  (Provided by Center for Open Science (COS)): 

The 90-minute workshop will help researchers answer critical questions about how to make the research that they are sharing more open and more impactful:

1. What is reproducibility and what are the current issues and barriers?
2. What actions in daily research throughout the research lifecycle can be adapted to be more reproducible?
3. How will making my research reproducible help science and my career?
4. How will data management increase transparency in my research workflow?
5. What are tools that can streamline the open and transparent practices in my research workflow?
6. How can I make my research open, share it with other researchers in my field or beyond and receive credit for my work?

Resources from the workshop: The presentation slides & Notes from the meeting & The Data Management Sharing (DMS) Plan Templates provided by NIH

BIOENGR 180L – System Integration in Biology, Engineering, and Medicine I Laboratory (Spring 2023)

Zoom Link:

Meeting ID: 993 9864 9039

Please see syllabus for more details.

Other Events

LABEST 2023:

LABEST 2023 is the premiere bioscience conference in the LA Region. UCLA TDG produces the event that brings together industry, VCs, investors, researchers and partners including USC, City of Hope, Cedars-Sinai, CalTech and more. This year’s event features fireside chats, keynote speakers, breakout sessions with incubators, biomanufacturers, student researchers, learning lounges, industry sponsored research and research theme intensives. Make sure to check the page for the latest announcements and updates!

WHAT: LABEST 2023 – LA’s premiere bioscience conference

WHEN: Thursday, May 25, 2023

WHERE: UCLA Meyer & Renee Luskin Conference Center, Los Angeles, CA 90095

WHY: Learn about the latest bioscience research and development from leaders in the LA region

HOW: Registration is Now Open $500. Discounts available for UCLA and other educations institutions.


When will Quantum Computing be ready for Scientific Computing?

Speaker: Jens Palsberg, Ph.D., MBA
Professor of Computer Science, Samueli School of Engineering, University of California Los Angeles
Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM (PST)
Date: May 25, 2023
Location: 5628 Math Sciences Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095  

RSVP: (in-person event – refreshments will be served)

Description: Quantum computing is rapidly getting better but still has some way to go before it can make a difference in science and business. I will introduce the field, give the status of current hardware and simulators, and point to resources for learning more about the technology and algorithms. Along the way, I will mention some of the many quantum researchers at UCLA, and I will highlight UCLA’s new quantum masters degree.

About speaker: Jens Palsberg is a professor and former Department Chair of Computer Science at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). His research interests span the areas of programming languages, software engineering, and quantum computing. He is the director of the UCLA-Amazon Science Hub for Humanity and Artificial Intelligence, an associate editor of ACM Transactions on Quantum Computing, and a member of the ACM Executive Committee. In 2012 he received the ACM SIGPLAN Distinguished Service Award, and in 2023 he received the Eon Instrumentation Inc. Excellence in Teaching Award at UCLA.