Technology

Security 2021: Protecting yourself and your data in a post-pandemic world

Protecting yourself and your data in a post-pandemic world

Identity theft and fraud is skyrocketing as more Americans work from home, shop online and fall victim to increasingly targeted scams related to the global pandemic. Join Duke's IT Security Office to learn best practices to protect yourself, your finances and your data in a post-pandemic world.

The Unjamming Transition (UJT) is Fundamental to Wound Healing, Embryonic Development, and Cancer Invasion

Dr. Jeffrey Fredberg's laboratory investigates physical processes expressed by the eukaryotic cell, such as its deformability, contractility, malleability, and motility. His team turned attention more recently from the single cell in isolation to the cellular collective as it might pertain, for example, to disruption of the bronchial epithelial layer in asthma or tumor invasion in breast cancer.

Innovative Product Design in a Regulated Market

As scientists and engineers, it is tempting to think that the key to making a successful product is just a great idea. In reality, that is only one small step on the way to a successful product. This is particularly true in regulated industries like medical devices where even great products can fail to see the light of day because a disciplined design process was not followed AND documented. Fixing an undisciplined development process can be prohibitively expensive and cause unacceptably long delays in getting a product to market.

An interview with Tom O’Malley: Founder, Frozen Pii, LLC and former Assistant United States Attorney (Federal Cybercrime Prosecutor) for the US Department of Justice

Duke's Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity presents:
An interview with Tom O'Malley: Founder, Frozen Pii, LLC and former Assistant United States Attorney (Federal Cybercrime Prosecutor) for the US Department of Justice.
Friday, April 2 at 10:00 AM EST
Zoom: https://duke.zoom.us/j/95373040386

"Cancer Genetics in Populations: from the electronic health record to large scale studies"

Katherine Nathanson, MD

Pearl Basser Professor for BRCA-Related Research at the Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania

"Cancer Genetics in Populations: from the electronic health record to large scale studies"

Thursday, April 8, 2021 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Registration Required: https://tinyurl.com/KNCAGPMForum

Digital and Public Durham History: Works in Progress at Duke and North Carolina Central University

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: http://duke.is/hxuxiN

Join faculty, staff, and student researchers at North Carolina Central University and Duke University, along with their community partners, for a series of lightning talks on the history of Durham. Speakers will explore the histories of places and communities, racial segregation and social movements, and the promises and challenges of digital methods in bringing hidden and marginalized histories to light.

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