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Symposium on Physical Genomics

Launch event for the Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering

About the Symposium

The launch event for the Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering occurred May 31, 2019.

 

Symposium Program


Welcome and Opening Remarks

Session 1: The Many Roles and Consequences of Stochasticity in Biological Systems

Linda Petzold, PhD - University of California Santa Barbara


Session 2: High-Throughput Imaging to Probe Genome Architecture

Tom Misteli, PhD - National Cancer Institute

Session 3: Regulating Gene Expression to Treat the Root Cause of Disease

Owen Wallace, PhD - Fulcrum Therapeutics


Session 4: Regulation of Nuclear Architecture, Mechanics and Nucleo-Cytoplasmic Shuttling of Epigenetic Factors by Cell Geometric Constraints

Vivek Shenoy, PhD - University of Pennsylvania


Q & A Panel

Vadim Backman, PhD - Northwestern University
Tom Misteli, PhD - National Cancer Institute
Vivek Shenoy, PhD - University of Pennsylvania
Linda Petzold, PhD - University of California Santa Barbara
Owen Wallace, PhD - Fulcrum Therapeutics


Session 5: Mechanical Regulation of Genome Architecture and Cell-Fate Decisions

GV Shivashankar, PhD - Singapore National University


Session 6: LncRNAs as Regulators of Chromatin Landscape and 3D Organization

Josee Dostie, PhD - McGill University


Session 7: Promoting Epigenetic HAT/HDAC Balance Restores Genome-Wide Gene Expression in Alzheimer’s Disease

Felice Elefant, PhD - Drexel University


Session 8: Fundamental and Translational Aspects of Epigenomics

Wei Wang, PhD - University of California San Diego


Q & A Panel

Vadim Backman, PhD - Northwestern University
Josee Dostie, PhD - McGill University
Felice Elefant, PhD - Drexel University
GV Shivashankar, PhD - Singapore National University
Wei Wang, PhD - University of California San Diego

 


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