Jean Dreyfus Lecturer, Dr. Renã Robinson, "Why Diversity in Proteomics Study Design Matters for Disease Understanding."

Date: 11-03-2022

Time: 10:00 AM

Location: BCC, Oak Room

Through a grant to the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, leading researcher, Dr. Renã Robinson from Vanderbilt University will be on campus November 3-4, 2022 as a Jean Dreyfus Lecturer. 

Dr. Robinson is a leader in proteomics, studying the biomarkers of aging and neurodegenerative diseases and she has an interest in determining the causes of racial health disparities.

Dr. Robinson will give a lecture that is open and appropriate for the general public on November 3rd from 10:00-11:00am in the Oak Room of the BCC entitled, "Why diversity in proteomics study design matters for disease understanding."

All students, faculty and visitors are welcome to attend. The event is also an FYE DEI event for first-year students.

Other opportunities for engagement with Dr. Robinson are shown below. Please share with interested students and RSVP for events involving food at the link below.

Thursday, November 3rd

10:00 - 11:00 am

General Public Lecture, “Why diversity in proteomics study design matters for disease understanding” Oak Room, BCC

1:00 – 2:00 pm

Cookie Social Meet the Speaker Event, Bannow Atrium

2:00 - 4:00 pm

Individual Meetings and Research Project Discussions with Fairfield Students and Faculty

6:00 - 8:00 pm

Banquet Dinner with undergraduate students and faculty, Kelley Presentation Room

Friday, November 4th


Guest lecture in Biochemistry class, NHS 210


Lunch with undergraduate STEM students, BNW 319

2:00 – 3:15 pm

Research Lecture, “High-throughput 'Omics to Advance Equity in Alzheimer's Disease” NHS 104

Related Web Site :

For more information, contact Amanda Harper-Leatherman / 3428 /