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Monthly Seminar on Physical Genomics

The Monthly Seminar on Physical Genomics features invited talks by cutting-edge scientists who share their latest research at the convergence of fields relevant to macrogenomic engineering.

Time: 12pm Central U.S. Time on the Last Friday of the Month

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2024 Seminars

January 26, 2024: Anna Lappala, Harvard University - The X Factor: Unveiling the Secrets of the X-Chromosome with Data-Driven 3D Modeling

February 23, 2024: Erez Lieberman Aiden, Baylor College of Medicine - Fossils of Ancient Chromosomes

March 29, 2024: Pietro Berico, New York University - 3D Chromatin Rewiring During Melanoma Phenotypic Transition

April 19, 2024: Sydney Shaffer, University of Pennsylvania (canceled)

May 31, 2024: Steve Jacobsen, University of California, Los Angeles

June 28, 2024: Michael Elowitz, California Institute of Technology

July 26, 2024: John Sedivy, Brown University

August 30, 2024: Geeta Narlikar, University of California, San Francisco

September 27, 2024: Dave Thirumalai, University of Texas at Austin

October 25, 2024: Laurie Boyer, MIT

November 22, 2024: Jan Lammerding, Cornell University

2023 Seminars

March 31, 2023: Chromatin and Nucleosome Density: How DNA Damage Response Alters Chromatin Dynamics

Susan Gasser, PhD - Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research

April 28, 2023: Abnormal Mechanics in Brain Tumors: Implications for Immunotherapy

Meenal Datta, PhD - University of Notre Dame

May 26, 2023: Alterations in Spatial Genome Compartmentalization Associated with Constriction and Expansion 

Rachel Patton McCord, PhD - University of Tennessee

June 30, 2023: Probing Principles of Genome Organization and Function

Bas van Steensel, PhD - Netherlands Cancer Institute

July 28, 2023: Physical Genomics Training Program Research Showcase

August 25, 2023: Gene Structure Heterogeneity and Loop Extrusion Drive Transcriptional Noise in Human Cells

Nick Gilbert, PhD - University of Edinburgh

September 29, 2023: Genomics and Transcriptomics of Heart Disease

Igor Efimov, PhD - Northwestern University

October 27, 2023: Towards an Understanding of Chromatin Remodeler Function in Mammalian Development at Single-Cell Resolution

David Gorkin, PhD - Emory University

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