The Pittsburgh Biophysical Theory Club is a monthly forum featuring two half-hour talks of interest to the biophysical theory community throughout the city.  This includes theoretical, computational and experimental topics.  The club brings together a range of quantitative scientists interested in biology -- whether from biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, math, or engineering backgrounds.  We encourage members of the community, particularly postdocs and students in consultation with their mentors, to volunteer to speak.  The talks are an excellent way to get feedback from a friendly but experienced audience.  Speakers from all local universities are welcome.

The current schedule is available on the website of the Department of Computational and Systems Biology.

The Pittsburgh Biophysical Theory Club is hosted and organized by MBSB faculty member Rob Coalson, who can provide more information if desired. 

Please feel free to attend, and add future lectures to your agenda!