Alzheimer’s Disease and Down Syndrome: Neuroimaging Biomarkers for Natural History and Future Trials
1248 Health Sciences Learning Center
An Evidence-Based Policy Project Capitol Briefing
10 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
State Capitol, Room 412 East, 2 E. Main St, Madison, WI
Laura Landweber – Columbia University – Biological Sciences "RNA-Mediated Genome Rearrangement in the Ciliate Oxytricha"
1111 Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Jeanette Metzger, CMP Graduate Student
1345 Health Sciences Learning Center
State Lab of Hygiene, 2601 Agriculture Drive, Madison
Erika Geisbrecht – Kansas State University - Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics “Metabolic defects promote muscle degeneration in a muscular dystropy model”
Lisa Cassis, PhD, University of Kentucky
Sponsored by the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
H.F. DeLuca Forum, Discovery Building
"Engineering Stem Cells to Cure Diabetes"
6571 Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
Maitreya Dunham - University of Washington - Genome Sciences “Evolution of yeast hybrids in the lab and the brewery”
Doug McNeel, MD, PhD
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Nat, Princeton Club West, and Capital Fitness
Judith Kassis – National Institute of Child Health and Human Development “Recruitment of Polycomb group proteins in Drosophila”
James Romero-Masters, CMP Graduate Student
Building awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in the African American community
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Wyndham Garden Fitchburg
Laura Rusche – University at Buffalo – Biological Sciences “Evolution of gene regulation in yeasts”
Beatrice Knudsen, MD, PhD, Cedars-Sinai
Mario Suva - Harvard Medical School - Pathology “Dissecting human gliomas by single-cell genomics”
Daniel J. Brat, MD, PhD, Northwestern
Daniel Colon-Ramos – Yale University - Neuroscience and Cell Biology "Mechanisms of synaptic assembly and function, lessons from C. elegans"
Avtar Roopra, PhD
Madison Marriott West
Robert Duronio - University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill - Biology & Genetics “Chromatin Regulation of DNA Replication During Development”
Alan Rapraeger, PhD
William Bement – University of Wisconsin, Madison – Cell Biology & Integrative Biology “The Cell Cortex as an Excitable Medium”
David Hildeman, PhD, University of Cincinnati
Melissa Harrison – University of Wisconsin, Madison – Biomolecular Chemistry “Pioneers, settlers, and life on the OregonR trail: transcriptional regulation during development”
Cathleen Lutz, PhD, MBA, The Jackson Laboratory
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