Conferences & Workshops
The SDCSB’s Quarterly Systems-to-Synthesis Meeting will feature short talks by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from labs throughout the SDCSB followed by a happy hour. All faculty members and trainees – graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, scientists and staff members – working on SDCSB-related projects are expected to attend.
This meeting is open to the public but seats are limited so be sure to register early.
|1:40||Zohreh AkhavanAghdam (Grad student in Nan Hao’s Lab)
Dynamic control of gene regulatory logic by seemingly redundant transcription factors
|2:00||Ariel Rodriguez (Postdoc in Sumit Chanda’s Lab)
Meta- and orthogonal integration of influenza ‘‘OMICs’’ data defines a role for UBR4 in virus budding
|2:20||Verena Link (Grad student in Chris Glass’s Lab)
Exploiting natural genetic variation to understand gene expression
|2:40||Anthony Schmitt (Grad student in Bing Ren’s Lab)
A compendium of promoter-centered long-range chromatin interactions in 27 human tissues and cell types
|3:20||Jacy Humphries (Grad student in Gurol Suel’s Lab)
Biofilms attract distant cells through electrical signals
|3:40||Greg LaMonte (Postdoc in Elizabeth Winzeler’s Lab)
Identifying targets of novel antimalarial compounds
|4:00||Omar Din (Grad student in Jeff Hasty’s Lab)
The synchronized lysis circuit: a novel genetic circuit for population control and protein delivery
|4:20||JP Shen (Postdoc in Trey Ideker’s Lab)
A network of deeply conserved synthetic-lethal interactions for exploration of precision cancer therapy
While we do not charge a fee to attend this event, these and our other events would be unsustainable unless those unable to attend cancelled their reservations no later than 2 days before the event. A no-show can limit your ability to book our events in the future. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Parking is available in Lot P357, which is just east of The Village and adjacent to the Rady School of Management. From the 5 freeway, exit Genesee Avenue and head west. At the top of the hill, turn left onto North Torrey Pines Road. Make your first left at the light onto North Point Drive.Visitors should proceed to the Visitor Information Center, where you may purchase a one-day parking permit at the Parking Permit Pay Station. This permit will allow you to park in any spot on campus marked V, B, or S.
A more detailed map is available here.