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ASCB
NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2013
December 14–18, 2013
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Don Cleveland, President
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Arshad Desai, Program Chair
2013 ASCB Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
The american society f o r c e l l b i o l og y
SYMPOSIA
Organelle Dynamics
Session Chair:
Gia K. Voeltz
, University of Colorado,
Boulder
Sunday, 8:00 am-9:30 am
To Coat or Not to Coat: Clathrin-Dependent and
-Independent Endocytic Pathways.
Beverly
Wendland
, The Johns Hopkins University
Size Matters: Export of Collagens from the ER.
Vivek
Malhotra
, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona
The Unfolded Protein Response in Health and Disease.
Peter Walter
, University of California, San Francisco/
HHMI
Aneuploidy
Session Chair:
Don Cleveland
, University of California,
San Diego
Monday
,
8:00 am-9:30 am
Mechanisms of Chromosomal Instability in Cancer Cells.
Duane Compton
, Geisel School of Medicine at
Dartmouth
Cellular Consequences of Aneuploidy and Aneuploidy
as a Target for Cancer Therapy.
Angelika Amon
,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology/HHMI
How Chromosome Segregation Errors Shape Cancer
Genomes.
David Pellman
, Dana-Farber Cancer
Institute/HHMI
The Dynamic Genome
Session Chair:
Thoru Pederson
, University of
Massachusetts Medical School
Monday, 9:45 am-10:45 am
RNA-Mediated Epigenetics and the Dynamic Dual
Genomes of the Ciliate Oxytricha.
Laura Landweber
,
Princeton University
Genetic Conflicts Drive Recurrent Innovation in Animal
Centromeres.
Harmit Malik
, Fred Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center/HHMI
Cellular Machines
Session Chair:
Thomas Surrey
, London Research
Institute, Cancer Research UK
Tuesday, 8:00 am-9:00 am
AAA+ Protein Unfoldases: How They Work and What
They Do.
Tania Baker
, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology/HHMI
Bringing Single Molecule Approaches to Cell Biology:
Single-Molecule Pull-Down and Single-Molecular
Tension Gauge.
Taekjip (TJ) Ha
, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign/HHMI
Meeting Threads
Cell Biology and Medicine
Cell Biology and the Physical
Sciences
NEW! Professional
Development
New Horizons in the Nucleus
Session Chair:
Arshad Desai
, University of California,
San Diego
Wednesday, 11:15 am-12:15 pm
How the Nuclear Membrane Controls Genome Function.
Martin Hetzer
, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Random Monoallelic Gene Expression Increases Upon
Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation.
David L.
Spector
, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
FRONTIER SYMPOSIA
Cell Biology and Medicine
Cell biology has never been more important to advances
in medicine. Recognizing this, this Symposium will cover
efforts at the frontier of cell biology and neurologic and
metabolic disease.
Session Chair:
Don Cleveland
, University of California,
San Diego
Sunday, 9:45 am-10:45 am
Bruce Spiegelman
, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/
Harvard Medical School
Huda Y. Zoghbi
, Baylor College of Medicine/HHMI
Physical Biology of the Cell
The organization of a cell emerges from the interaction
of many different molecular species. Physics provides
us with the tools and approaches necessary to study
such emergent properties.
Session Chair:
Tony Hyman
, Max Planck Institute of
Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics
Tuesday, 9:15 am-10:45 am
Ewa Paluch
, MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell
Biology, University College London
Philippe Cluzel
, Harvard University
Frank Jülicher
, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of
Complex Systems
Presidential
Keynote Speakers
Elaine Fuchs
The Rockefeller
University
J. Craig Venter
The J. Craig Venter
Institute
Stem Cells in Homeostasis,
Wound - Repair, and Cancer
Life at the Speed of
Light
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