State Lab of Hygiene, 2601 Agriculture Drive, Madison
Small RNAs as Molecular Probes and Therapeutic Guides to Metastatic Disease
1345 Health Sciences Learning Center
Erika Geisbrecht – Kansas State University - Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics “Metabolic defects promote muscle degeneration in a muscular dystropy model”
1111 Genetics-Biotechnology Center Building
Lisa Cassis, PhD, University of Kentucky
"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”
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