Schedule of Events

2016 SoCal SysBio Conference Program

Time

Name

Campus

Title

8:00-8:30 Breakfast Buffet   Pacific Ballroom D - Students Center
8:30-8:35 Welcome ! CCBS Opening remarks
8:35-9:00 Zeba Wunderlich UCI  Understanding Regulatory DNA Using Evolution
9:00-9:25 Daniel Koenig  UCR Uncovering the Genomic Footprint of Adaptive Evolution after Demographic Reduction in Capsella
9:25-9:50 Wenxiu Ma  UCR Identification of Bipartite Structure of the Inactive Mouse X Chromosome using DNase Hi-C data
9:50-10:15 Kai Kessenbrock  UCI Reconstructing the Lineage Hierarchies within the Human Breast Epithelium in Single Cell Resolution
10:15-10:30 Coffee Break    
10:30-10:55 Xia Yang UCLA  Systems Genomics of Cardiometabolic Disorders
10:55-11:20 Julie Simpson  UCSB The Circuit Logic of Motor Sequences in Fly Grooming Behavior
11:20-11:45 Saket Navhakla
Salk Learning the Structural Vocabulary of Biological Networks
11:45-12:10 Ethan Bier UCSD The Implications of Active Genetics
12:15-2:00 Lunch & Posters   Graduate/Postdoc Poster Session, Emerald Bay

 

2:00-2:35

 
M. Alcorn
 
R. Ramirez
S. Wilson
 
UCSB
 
UCI
UCM
Selected poster short talks:
2:35-3:00 Nathan Lanning  CSULA  Mapping the Mitochondrial Bioenergetic Landscape
3:00-3:25 Van Savage UCLA  Extracting New Data from Angiographic Images To Test and Develop Mathematical Models of Vascular Structure and Blood Flow
3:25-3:50 Kara McCloskey UCM Cell Seeding Density and Metabolism Correlate with Vascular Fate from Stem Cells
3:50-4:10 Coffee Break    
4:10-4:35 Dion Dickman USC Homeostatic Control of Sleep and Synaptic Plasticity
4:35-5:00 Andrew Hires  USC Reverse-engineering the Sense of Touch
5:00-5:25 Lulu Qian  Caltech Scaling Up Molecular Pattern Recognition with DNA-based Winner-Take-All Neural Networks  
5:25-5:50 Manal Swairjo SDSU
Structural Bioinformatics: the Devil in the Details
5:50-6:15 Erik Winfree  Caltech 
Domain-level and Sequence-level Simulation of Interacting DNA Molecules 
6:15-6:20 Closing Remarks   Closing remarks and discussion
6:20-8:00 Reception & Posters   Graduate/Postdoc Poster Session, Emerald Bay

SCSBC 2016: Speakers

Faculty Speakers for SoCal SysBio 2016

 

Name

Institution

Presentation Title

Xia Yang UC Los Angeles Systems Genomics of Cardiometabolic Disorders
Van Savage UC Los Angeles Extracting New Data from Angiographic Images To Test and Develop Mathematical Models of Vascular Structure and Blood Flow
Daniel Koenig UC Riverside Uncovering the Genomic Footprint of Adaptive Evolution after Demographic Reduction in Capsella 
Wenxiu Ma UC Riverside Identification of Bipartite Structure of the Inactive Mouse X Chromosome using DNase Hi-C data 
Julie Simpson UC Santa Barbara The Circuit Logic of Motor Sequences in Fly Grooming Behavior
Ethan Bier UC San Diego The Implications of Active Genetics 
Saket Navlakha Salk Institute Learning the Structural Vocabulary of Biological Networks
Kai Kessenbrock UC Irvine Reconstructing the Lineage Hierarchies within the Human Breast Epithelium in Single Cell Resolution
Zeba Wunderlich UC Irvine Understanding Regulatory DNA Using Evolution 
Kara McCloskey UC Merced Cell Seeding Density and Metabolism Correlate with Vascular Fate from Stem Cells
Manal Swairjo SDSU Structural Bioinformatics: the Devil in the Details
Dion Dickman USC Homeostatic Control of Sleep and Synaptic Plasticity 
Lulu Qian Caltech Scaling Up Molecular Pattern Recognition with DNA-based Winner-Take-All Neural Networks
Erik Winfree Caltech Domain-level and Sequence-level Simulation of Interacting DNA Molecules
Nathan Lanning CSULA Mapping the Mitochondrial Bioenergetic Landscape 
Andrew Hires USC Reverse-engineering the Sense of Touch

Registration

2016 SoCal SysBio Conference Registration Information

Conference Date: SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016
Time: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Venue: UC Irvine Student Center (Pacific Ballroom)
 

             Conference registration is now OPEN ! 

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Registration fee: $75 ($100 after 1/25/16)
 

  

INFORMATION FOR POSTER PRESENTERS:

DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016 at 5:00PM for consideration to orally present your research at the Conference and for publication in the program bulletin.

Guidelines: font size- 11 pt. font type – Arial, text box size – 7 3/8" (19cm) x 4 ½" (11.5cm) (one half of an 8 ½ x 11 page) Word format, although pdf documents (.doc) will be accepted. Insure all fonts are embedded with the text. Please provide the list of authors with the presenting author indicated by an asterisk (*) next to their name. Separate each author by a comma.
 
Poster Summary: Please provide a brief summary (250 words or less) of the content to be presented. List 3-6 keywords.
 
Please note that easels and poster boards - 4' X 4' - are provided.
 
Submit poster abstracts to: ccbs@uci.edu, Subject: SCSBC Poster
 
For questions related to the scientific program, please contact Felix Grün (Academic Coordinator). For administrative/registration related questions contact Karen Martin.

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