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Single-Molecule Single-cell Biophysics Symposium

We are pleased to announce that on the Friday April 7th, 2017, prior to the local meeting on Saturday, we will be hosting a Single-molecule, Single-cell Biophysics Symposium at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Wood Basic Science Auditorium.  With the support from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Department of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry, the Symposium is free and open to public. We encourage your attendance to both meetings.

Single-Molecule and Single-Cell Biophysics Symposium
Friday, April 7, 2017

Chair: TJ Ha

9:30-10:05 AM  Jeff Gelles, Brandeis University

“A hitchhiker’s guide: how proteins cooperate to regulate mRNA elongation”

10:05 – 10:40 AM  Thomas Gregor, Princeton University

“How the physics of enhancers shapes development”

10:40 – 11:00 AM  Coffee break

Chair: Sua Myong
11:00 – 10:35 AM  Sergi Regot, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

“Analysis of Signaling Network Dynamics in Live Single Cells: A Synthetic Biology Approach”

11:35 – 12:10 PM  Jie Xiao, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

“Structure and dynamics of the bacterial cytokinesis ring”

12:10 – 1:20 PM  Lunch break

Chair: Christian Kaiser

1:20 – 1:55 PM  Yann Chemla, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

“Molecular switch-controlled helicase processivity”

1:55 – 2:30 PM  Ilya Finkelstein, University of Texas, Austin

“Playing with knives: regulating the human resectosome during DNA repair”

2:30 – 2:50 PM  Coffee break

Chair: Bin Wu

2:50 – 3:25 PM  Daniel Larson, National Institute of Health

“Intrinsic Dynamics of a Single Human Gene Reveal the Limits of Information Transfer”

3:25 – 4:00 PM  Bo Huang, University of California, San Francisco

“Imaging the genome in living cells”

4:00  Symposium concludes


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