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UC San Diego, Powell-Focht Bioengineering Hall, Fung Auditorium
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5/2/14 – 9th Annual Systems-to-Synthesis Symposium

9th Annual Systems-to-Synthesis Symposium

May 02, 2014 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Frederic de Hoffmann Auditorium

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies



The Ninth Annual “Systems-to-Synthesis” Symposium will be held on May 02, 2014 at the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences in La Jolla, CA. This Symposium will include leading national and local speakers representing various fields of Systems Biology, and our famously extended poster session following the talks. ***FREE registration. Online REGISTRATION REQUIRED –   2014 program



Mark Ellisman, Ph.D. – UC San Diego “Making Connections Visible Across Scales with Advances in Imaging Technologies: Toward a Spatially Award Systems Biology”

Hannah Carter, Ph.D. – UC San Diego “Identifying Cancer Drivers from High-throughput Sequencing Data”

Timothy Elston, Ph.D. – University of North Carolina

Fred Gage, Ph.D. – The Salk Institute “Genome Diversity in Primates”

Julie Law, Ph.D. – The Salk Institute – “Connections between DNA and Histone Methylation in Arabidopsis Thaliana”

Nicholas J. Schork, Ph.D. – J. Craig Venter Institute “Population Biology and Bioinformatics Issues in Individualized Medicine”

Eugene Yeo, Ph.D. – UC San Diego “RNA Binding Proteins in Mammals”

Organizer: Satchidananda Panda, Ph.D. – The Salk Institute


Congratulations to the following speakers selected from the submitted abstracts to deliver a 15mn talk!

Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis, Ph.D. – UC San Diego, Medicine (Trey Ideker lab) “On the illusion of evolutionary divergence in regulatory networks”

Guan Ning Lin, Ph.D. – UC San Diego, Psychiatry (Lilia Iakoucheva lab) “Interaction dynamics of 16p11.2 genes across the developing human brain”

Salvatore Logercio, Ph.D. – The Scripps Research Institute, Molecular and Experimental Medicine (Andrew Su lab) “Network-Augmented Genomic Analysis (NAGA) applied to Influenza NS1 inhibition of RIG-I signaling


Free Online Registration Required. REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

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