National Centers For Systems Biology (NCSB) Annual Meeting 07/11/2013 to 07/12/2013
Natcher Conference Center
Bethesda, Maryland
United States
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National Centers For Systems Biology (NCSB) Annual Meeting

07/11/2013 - 07/12/2013

  

Thursday: July 11, 2013

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9:00 AM: Open: Paul Brazhnik, Peter Lyster and Arthur Lander (Chair)

9:15 AM: Plenary talk. Arthur Lander, Title: Lighting the Way: Ten Years of National Centers for Systems Biology

10:00 AM: Break

10:15 AM: Andrew Murray, Harvard University: Molecular Basis of Evolution

10:35 AM: Ravi Iyengar, Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Systems Approaches to Medicine and Pharmacology

10:55 AM: David Botstein, Princeton University: Building a Workforce of Systems Biologists

11:15 AM: Judith Greenberg, Acting Director National Institute of General Medical Sciences.  Meeting Welcome.

11:30 AM: Lightning talk for posters.

12:00 - 1:00 PM: Closed Lunch with PIs

1:00 PM: Peter Sorger, Harvard Medical School: Modeling and Measuring Signal Transduction

1:20 PM: Gary Churchill, The Jackson Laboratory: Genetics of RNA Editing

1:40 PM: John Aitchison, Institute for Systems Biology: Integration of Biology, Technology, and Computation

2:00 PM: Kevin White, University of Chicago: Towards a Mechanistic Understanding of Biological Robustness

2:20 PM: Lightning talk for posters.

2:50 PM: Break and posters

3:30 PM: Bridget Wilson, University of New Mexico: Spatial Stochastic Modeling of EGFR

3:50 PM: Alex Hoffman, University of California San Diego: Network Dynamics as Key to Biology, Technology, and Drug Targeting

4:10 PM: Discussion: Future of Systems Biology

5:00 PM: Extended poster session in foyer of auditorium

Group dinner.

Friday morning: July 12, 2013

9:00 AM: Young scientists who have been impacted by the Centers. Brief testimonials followed by Panel

(i) Sharad Ramanathan (Center for Modular Biology)

(ii) Olga Troyanskaya (Center for Quantitative Biology)

(iii) Susana Neves (Systems Biology Center New York)

(iv) Jasmine Johnson (Center for Genome Dynamics)

(v) Hana El-Samad (Center for Systems and Synthetic Biology)

(vi) Mark Ciaccio (Chicago Center for Systems Biology)

10:00 AM: Break

10:15 AM: Wendell Lim: University of California San Francisco: Development of Novel Synthetic Biology Tools to Perturb Cells

10:35 AM: Daniel Beard, Medical College of Wisconsin: Emergent phenomena in the etiology of complex disease

10:55 AM: Introduction to two new Centers: Karen Guillemin University of Oregon, and Jamie Cate University of California Berkeley

11:30 AM: Meeting close 

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