SoCalSysBio Conference

SCSBC 2019 Speakers & Schedule

Time

Name

Campus

                   Title

8:00-8:25

 

   Continental Breakfast

8:25-8:30

Arthur Lander

  UCI  Welcome

8:30-8:55

John Lowengrub

 UCI

Mathematical modeling malignant myelopoiesis and targeted therapy

8:55-9:20

Mary Sehl

UCLA

Stochastic reaction kinetic models of the tumor microenvironment

9:20-9:45

Jessica Li

UCLA

Quantitation of cis-translational control by general mRNA features in five eukaryotes

9:45-10:10

Robert Rovetti

LMU

Four Roads to Understanding Spatio-temporal Calcium Dynamics in Cardiac Myocytes

10:10-10:25

Coffee Break

   

10:25-10:50

 Tamar Shinar

UCR

Computational Modeling of Cytoskeletal Phenomena

10:50-11:15

Lukas Chavez

UCSD

Gene-Enhancer Network Inference in Pediatric Brain Tumors

11:15-11:40

Stefano Lonardi

UCR

Improving the contiguity and correctness of genome assembly via optical maps

11:40-12:05

Adam Maclean

USC

The dynamics of gene regulatory networks that control stem cell differentiation

12:05-12:15

Qing Nie

UCI

 Introduction to The NSF-Simons   Center for Multiscale Cell Fate   Research

12:15-1:45

Lunch & Poster

   
 

Short Talks

   

1:45-1:55

Kerrigan Blake

UCI

Single-Cell Analysis of the Brain Microenvironment in Breast Cancer Brain Metastasis

1:55-2:05

Wei Vivian Li

UCLA

AIDE: annotation-assisted isoform discovery with high precision

2:05-2:15

Mikahl Banwarth-Kuhn

UCR

Novel cell-based model of the generation and maintenance of the shape and structure of the multi-layered shoot apical meristem of Arabidopsis thaliana

2:15-2:40

Nicholas Graham

USC

Proteomic and Metabolomic Approaches to Decode Cell Phenotypes

2:40-3:05

Vladimir Minin

UCI

CSI-style enhance button for B cell receptor amino acid profiles.

3:05-3:30

Animesh Ray

KGI

Machine learning approaches for predicting genetic modifiers 
of the toxicity of Huntington’s disease protein

3:30-3:45

Coffee Break

   

3:45-4:10

Eric Deeds

UCLA

 Fundamental trade-offs between information flow in single cells and cellular populations

4:10-4:35

Nan Hao

UCSD

 A Protein Kinase A-Regulated Network Encodes Short- and Long-Lived Cellular Memory

4:35-5:00

Paul J. Atzberger

UCSB

Protein Transport in Curved Lipid Bilayer Membranes: An Extended Saffman-Delbruck Approach for Drift-Diffusion Dynamics and Kinetics.

5:00-5:25

Nikolas Nikolaidis

CSUF

Membrane localization of HspA1A, a stress inducible 70-kDa heat shock protein, depends on its interaction with phosphatidylserine

5:25-5:50

Irene Chen

UCSB

Molecular evolution at the origin of life 

5:50-6:15

Long Cai

Caltech

Spatial Genomics: nascent transcription profile by intron seqFISH

6:15-6:20

Closing Remarks

   

6:20-8:00

Reception & Posters

   

 

Past Speakers: http://ccbs.uci.edu/scsb2016home

 

 

 

 

SoCalSysBio2019

Announcing the 8th Annual Southern California Systems Biology Conference

Saturday, February 9th, 2019 from 8:30 am - 8:00pm
Howard Schneiderman Lecture Hall (Bldg 501)

 Co-Sponsored by the Center for Quantitative Modeling in Biology, University of California, Riverside and the 

Institute for Quantitative and Computational Biosciences, University of California Los Angeles

 The conference brings together diverse researchers from leading Southern California academic campuses to showcase current research activities and promote collaborative opportunities in all areas of Systems Biology.

Program: 16-18 speakers + graduate students/postdoc poster sessions.
Submit poster OR 10 minute Short Talk abstracts to: ccbs@uci.edu

Registration Fee is $75,  will increase to $100 after February 5th, 2019

Abstract Submission Deadline: February 4

Register: https://bit.ly/2RAgWQx

 

 

Registration

2015 SoCal SysBio Conference Registration Information

Conference Date: Saturday, January 31st, 2015
Time: 8:30 am - 8:00 pm
Venue: UC Irvine Student Center, Crystal Cove Auditorium
 
 

Conference Fees:

Register before: 1/25/2015

Register after: 1/25/2015

$65 $90
 
Registration fees can be paid by CHECK or CREDIT CARD.
 
To register and process payment, you will be tranferred to our secure online registration site. Confirmation of your registration and payment will be sent to the email address provided on your form. Please click on the link to regsiter now:
 
RegisterNow 
 
Note: If paying by check, make check payable to "The Regents of the University of California" and mail to:
 
Center for Complex Biological Systems
University of California - Irvine
2620 Biological Sciences III
Irvine, CA 92697-2280
(or we can collect your payment on site).
 
We can also accept your check on site the day of the Conference: $65 if pre-registered online by 1/25/15 or $90 if same day or pre-registered online after 1/25/15. 
 

  

INFORMATION FOR POSTER PRESENTERS:

Deadline Monday, January 19, 2015 at 12:00 noon, for consideration to orally present your research at the Conference.

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: Poster
 
FINAL DEADLINE to receive abstracts for publication in the program bulletin: FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015 at 5:00PM.
 
For questions related to the scientific program, please contact Felix Grün (Academic Coordinator). For administrative/registration related questions contact Karen Martin  or Cathy Nguyen.

Accomodations & Travel

Accomodations and Travel

ayres

Ayres Hotel and Suites - Costa Mesa/Newport Beach

325 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Tel: (714) 549-0300 or 1-800-322-9992
 
The Ayres Hotel has affordable single or double rooms and is very popular in this area. Please consider making your reservation as soon as possible before the hotel is sold out.   Please let them know that you will be attending a conference at UC Irvine, thus receiving  the contracted rate of $109.00/night, plus applicable taxes. 
 
 

 

Travel

The conference will be held at the UCI Student Center (Pacific Ballroom). Visit the campus map page for the best way to reach UCI.
 
The UCI Student Center is building number 113 on the campus map and is located across from the Student Center Parking Structure (SCPC). 
              
 
Parking Information: The best place to park when visiting the Student Center is the Student Center Parking Structure (SCPC), which is conveniently located across the street from the Student Center.
 
Please note: There will be a fee for parking in the Student Center Parking Structure. Please consider carpooling to save money!
 
 

SCSBC 2015: Speakers

2015 SoCal SysBio Conference: Speakers

Name

Institution

Presentation Title

Yi Xing UC Los Angeles Big Data and Systems Biology Approaches to Elucidating RNA Regulatory Networks 
Hilary Coller UC Los Angeles Quiet Time: The Secret Life of Quiescent Fibroblasts 
Tao Jiang UC Riverside Differential Gene Expression Analysis Using Coexpression and RNA-Seq Data 
Elisa Franco UC Riverside Structural Analysis and Design of Biochemical Dynamic Circuits
Matt Dean USC The Evolutionary Genetics of Penis Bone Size and Shape 
Terry Hwa UC San Diego The (Bacterial) Warburg Effect Results from Optimal Resource Allocation
Clodagh O'Shea

Salk Institute

Exploiting Viruses as a System to Understand and Treat Cancer
Michelle Digman UC Irvine Mapping Spatio-temporal dynamics and Metabolic Alterations of P53 Upon DNA Damage
Katrine Whiteson UC Irvine Metabolites, Germs and People: Eavesdropping on Human-associated Microbial Communities
Fabian Filipp UC Merced Cancer Systems Biology of Metastatic Melanoma 
Joel Rothman UC Santa Barbara Plasticity and Fidelity in Developmental Gene Regulatory networks 
Otger Campas UC Santa Barbara Measuring Cellular Forces within Living Embryonic Tissues
Viviana Gradinaru Caltech Visualizing the Activity and Anatomy of Brain Circuits: Optogenetic Sensors and Tissue Clearing Approaches 
Lea Goentoro Caltech Self-repairing Symmetry in Jellyfish
Alex Zambon KGI New Systems Biology Approaches to Understand and Control Cardiomyocyte Proliferation
Antoni Luque SDSU Role of Linker Histones in the Structure and Dynamics of Chromatin Fibers
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