Bioelectronics: Our Mission
To lead the effort of advancing scientific frontiers and securing research leadership in cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, neurosciences, regenerative medicine, infectious diseases and more. This convergence research center promotes innovative smart health technologies and ensures educational accessibility for ALL students, particularly students underserved and underrepresented in STEM for a trained and diverse workforce.
ODU Center for Bioelectronics is dedicated to the mission of diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
To cultivate interdisciplinary scientific research and educational collaborations that lead to exciting research breakthroughs and address some of the world's greatest health and environmental health challenges.
Biomedical Research Seminar Series
Seminars are held weekly
The Biomedical Research Seminar was established to bring fresh perspectives to the world of biosciences, bioengineering, diagnostic and therapeutic sciences. We encourage constructive dialogue about topics of importance to the biomedical research community and the exchange of ideas with the potential to foster research collaboration. Invited presentations from internationally and nationally distinguished scholars from all over the world are also scheduled every semester.
|Erin B. Purcell, Ph.D.
Old Dominion University
|The role of alarmone signaling in Clostridioides difficile stress survival and recurrence