SCSBC 2014: Speakers

2014 SoCal SysBio Conference: Speakers

Updates on faculty speakers will be posted shortly. Please check back.

Name

Institution

Presentation Title

Nick Wisniewski UCLA Maximal Information Component Analysis of Non-linear Interaction Networks
teD Iwasaki UCLA Neuronal Control Principles of Animal Locomotion
Ted Karginov UCR Argonaute and microRNAs in Post-Transcriptional Regulation
Michelle O'Malley UCSB Fueling Sustainability: Engineering Anaerobic Gut Fungi for Biomass Breakdown
Josh Millstein USC A Dense Molecular Regulatory Network Underlies Biochronicity
Sheng Zhong UCSD Comparative Epigenomics: Exploring Evolutionary and Temporal Variations of the Epigenomes
Long Cai Caltech Single Cell Transcription Profiling by Super-Resolution Microscopy
Peter Yingxiao Wang UCSD Live Cell Imaging of Molecular Actions
Anca Segall SDSU Artificial Neural Networks for Detecting Viral and Phage Structural Proteins
Jun Allard UCI Mechanical Modulation of Receptor-Ligand Bonds at
Cell-Cell Interfaces
Elizabeth Read UCI Stochastic Bistability and Switching in Virus/Immune Cell Networks
H. Howard Xu CSULA Modulating Expression of Bacterial Essential Genes and Operons for Discovery of Novel Antibacterial Inhibitors
Weifeng Gu UCR Systematic Study of Pol II Trranscription Start Sites by Deep-Sequencing --- Identification of pri-piRNAs.
Chang C. Liu UCI A New Genetic System for Rapid Evolution
Irene Chen UCSB Emergence and Evolution of Functional RNA
Karine Le Roch UCR Three-dimensional modeling of the P. falciparum genome during the erythrocytic cycle: connections between genome architecture and gene expression
TBA Caltech  

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

Accomodations & Travel

Accomodations and Travel

ayres

Ayers Hotel

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.
 
 

NBBayview

Marriott Bayview Newport Beach

500 Bayview Circle,
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Tel: (949) 854-4500 or 1-800-228-9290
 
The Marriott Bayview has a special conference rate for both Friday and Saturday evening, January 25 and 26, 2012, if reservations are made by January 6, 2013. Please make inquires about conference rate promo code to Karen Martin (kymartin@uci.edu).
 
Click here to make your reservation.
 

Travel

The conference will be held at UCI Student Center. 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).
To find Pacific Ballroom C & D, please refer to the Student Center Building Map.
 
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!
 
For local weather forcast information, click here.

Accomodations & Travel

Accomodations and Travel

ayres

Ayers Hotel

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. If you require a Saturday overnight stay in order to attend the HHMI sponsored "Teaching Systems Biology Workshop" on Sunday, Jan 26th, 2014, please contact ccbs@uci.edu. We will provide complimentary accomodation for faculty, postdocs and students.
 
 

 

Travel

The conference will be held at UCI's Physical Science Lecture Hall (PSLH100). Lunch, poster sessions and reception will be held at the University Club just up the hill.
 
 
Visit the campus map page for the best way to reach UCI.
 
The UCI PLSH100 and University Club are building number 411 and 801 respectively on the campus map. Both are located on the south side of the main campus. The closest road is East Peltason Drive.
 
 
Parking Information: If arriving by car, please park directly in the University Club parking lot (Lot 18B). Parking here is FREE. Parking in any other parking lots is NOT FREE. You will be ticketed.
 
 
For local weather forcast information, click here.

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!
 
 

Contacts

Contacts

For general questions related to the Southern California Systems Biology Conference
Karen Martin, Administrator
Tel (949) 824-3377
 
Questions related to the scientific programs?
Sohail Jahid, PhD
Tel (949) 824-1693
E-mail: sjahid@uci.edu
 
Questions related to registration?
 
Questions related to poster submissions and speaker abstracts ?
 

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