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February 2021

Dev & Cell Bio Seminar Series – Winter 2021

February 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Speaker: Aimee Edinger, UC Irvine -Developmental and Cell Biology Title: “Leveraging Sphingolipids to Fight Cancer, Obesity . . . and COVID?!” Zoom Link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/94647549518?pwd=c3hPZHY3RDhCVlNFUWZGMG9NcFhwZz09

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Dev & Cell Bio Seminar Series – Winter 2021

February 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Speaker: Lee Bardwell, UC Irvine-Developmental and Cell Biology Title: Cell Signaling: Crosstalk, Scaffolds and Multisite Phosphorylation Zoom Link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/91513046557?pwd=a0VVaGRSNG40S3VSaWpRS0FhTUQ4dz09

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Focus on Evolution

February 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Zoom – Foe

Speaker: Yi Liao (PI: JJ Emerson) Title: 3D genome organization and its potential roles in the evolution of genome structure and function in Drosophila

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CaSB@UCI Pilot Study Proposals DUE

February 24

Please submit the completed application as a single PDF to ccbs@uci.edu by midnight TODAY! For more information, visit CaSB Pilot Projects page.

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Dev & Cell Bio Seminar Series – Winter 2021

February 25 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Speaker: Maksim Plikus, UC Irvine-Developmental and Cell Biology Title: Studying Skin Evolution and Regeneration Using Comparative Genomic Approaches Zoom Link: https://uci.zoom.us/j/99859649533?pwd=VWdUYkxPY2NibWVKL3VxRDJlVGZoQT09

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March 2021

So Cal Systems Biology Symposium

March 5

The annual symposium, now in its 10th year, brings together researchers from across Southern California—from Santa Barbara to San Diego—to share research, build community, and stimulate collaborations. The symposium will be held virtually on Friday March 5 and will include thematic sessions of talks and a poster session.

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Focus on Evolution

March 9 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Zoom – Foe

Speaker: Andrew Dang (PI: Adriana Briscoe) Title: Color vision and eye characterization in the nymphalid butterflies: Adelpha fessonia and Heliconius melpomene

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May 2021

MCSB RIP Talk

May 6 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Zoom – RIP, ID: 913 6442 7728

Speaker: Yingxin Cao PIs: Xiaohui Xie & Qing Nie Title: Scalable and Accurate Invariant Representation Learning for Single-Cell ATAC-Seq Processing and Integration Abstract: Single-cell sequencing assay for transposase-accessible chromatin (scATAC-seq) provides new opportunities to dissect epigenomic heterogeneity and elucidate transcriptional regulatory mechanisms. However, computational modelling of scATAC-seq data is challenging due to its high dimension, extreme sparsity, complex dependencies, and high sensitivity to confounding factors from various sources. In this work we propose a new deep generative model framework, named…

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Thesis defense – Tessa Morris

May 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am

Meeting ID: 975 2123 3383 Passcode: 123679     Computational and Image Analysis Techniques for Quantitative Evaluation of Striated Muscle Tissue Architecture Advisor: Anna Grosberg (BME) Quantitative evaluation of cellular morphology is crucial to understanding development and pathology of striated muscle tissues, including skeletal and cardiac myocytes. Striated myocytes are composed of parallel myofibrils, which are spanned by repeating sarcomere units that produce a contractile force parallel to the thick myosin filaments as they slide past the thin actin filaments. As sarcomeres…

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MCSB RIP Talk

May 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Zoom – RIP, ID: 913 6442 7728

Speaker: Pieter Derdeyn (PI: Kevin Beier) Title: Circuit Organization of Ventral Tegmental Area Revealed by Input-Output Tracing and Dimensional Reduction Abstract: In the past few decades, evidence has revealed the remarkable complexity of the midbrain dopamine (DA) system. The DA cells are located in the ventral tegmental area (VTA) and substantia nigra pars compacta (SNc), brain regions that consist of heterogeneous cell types that receive different inputs, project to different forebrain sites, and have different transcriptional and physiological signatures. These…

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