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Cell Bio 2022-An ASCB|EMBO Meeting
03 Dec 2022 - 07 Dec 2022 • Washington, DC, United States
Organizer:
American Society for Cell Biology
Abstract:
Returning in person in 2022—this mid-sized unique joint meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) and the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) focuses on cell biology as the fundamental basis of biology, while also offering sessions on emerging interdisciplinary topics. Besides offering attendees opportunities to present their research, the meeting provides an unparalleled forum for attendees to network and initiate collaborations across disciplines. Cell Bio 2022 offers eight different tracks—seven scientific and one covering educational, professional development, diversity, and inclusion.

Abstract Talk Deadline: August 2, 2022

Early Registration Deadline: September 30, 2022

Final Abstract Deadline (Poster only): October 12, 2022

Contact:
ASCB Events Team;     Phone: [301-347-9300];     Email: ascbinfo@ascb.org
Topics:
Cell Biology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology, Molecular and Cell Bio, Genetics, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Cancer Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Neurobiology, Stem Cell Biology, Bioengineering, Mechanobiology, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, Quantitative Biology
Abstract submission deadline:
12 Oct 2022
Event listing ID:
1480262
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Gordon Research Seminar — Stochastic Physics in Biology
14 Jan 2023 - 15 Jan 2023 • Ventura, CA, United States
Abstract:
As an interdisciplinary field of study, research that aims to understand multiscale cellular processes is characterized by a diversity of approaches: theory, models, and biological experiments. This range of disciplines and approaches often employ different techniques, perspectives, and “languages” to describe similar ideas, which can be confusing even for seasoned experts. As such, trainees studying multiscale cellular processes must understand diverse perspectives and learn to communicate outside of their own expertise. At this GRS, trainees will have the opportunity to present and learn from their peers who are learning to navigate this rapidly-changing field and will shape its future. The GRS centers discussion and engagement among trainees to foster conversation and collaboration.
Topics:
Multiscale Processes of Cellular Organization
Event listing ID:
1505519
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Gordon Research Conference — Stochastic Physics in Biology
15 Jan 2023 - 20 Jan 2023 • Ventura, CA, United States
Abstract:
At the most fundamental level, physical and chemical laws govern the operations of a living cell. For example, the energetics of a biochemical reaction obey the law of thermodynamics, and the kinetics the law of mass action. At the functional level, however, when, where and at what rate a biomolecule executes its function through its binding to a partner or enzymatic catalysis is stochastic, and can only be described in probabilistic instead of deterministic terms. At this level, the integration between experiments and theories becomes extremely important, because new theories need to be developed to explain stochastic experimental observations and guide further experimental explorations, and experiments need to be conducted to test theoretical predications and establish biological significance.
Topics:
Bridging Stochastic Physical Theories with Biological Experiments
Event listing ID:
1505515
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Mathematical and Computational Biology
12 Jun 2023 - 16 Jun 2023 • Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Organizer:
ICERM
Abstract:
The field of mathematical and computational biology is rapidly growing. The most applicable computational models have been developed in collaboration between computational and life science researchers. This workshop aims to bring these groups together to facilitate and promote collaborations among them. A mathematical model for one disease might also be useful in modeling another disease. Some researchers are working on theoretical mathematical & statistical problems related to biological and biomedical applications, while others are developing computational methodologies to address fundamental life science knowledge gaps. This workshop fosters and features collaborations among these groups along with experimentalists and physicians. Theoreticians will be exposed to a variety of open biological questions in need of state-of-the-art and efficient mathematical methods. Computational scientists will learn about more robust and efficient methods that could be tailored to answer biological problems.
Contact:
Program Staff;     Phone: [1-401-863-5030];     Email: programstaff@icerm.brown.edu
Event listing ID:
1515224
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MORPHO23 — Dynamics of Self-Organization in Animal and Plant Development
24 Jul 2023 - 25 Aug 2023 • Santa Barbara, United States
Organizer:
Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara
Abstract:
During animal and plant development, cells self-organize into complex organisms, through the gradual refinement of cellular identities and their arrangement in space. This is an iterative process, which progresses through successive rounds of symmetry breaking, accompanied by changes in molecular and mechanical properties that feed back across multiple scales. Many of the elementary processes underlying developmental patterning and morphogenesis are now well documented, and a growing array of tools is available to observe and manipulate their dynamics. Yet, we lack a set of general principles that explain how they are coordinated in space and time to produce a defined outcome, and comprehensive synthetic approaches that use such principles to recapitulate development in vitro. This program will bring together experimentalists and theoreticians to work towards an integrated view of self-organization. This requires that we examine how the collective dynamics of development emerge from individual cellular behaviors - how cellular decisions in high-dimensional gene expression landscapes are coordinated in patterning, and how cellular force generation and mechanical feedbacks provide a substrate for tissue-scale communication and morphogenesis. Unifying these different processes, the notion of information may provide a common currency for the molecular and mechanical cues that guide development, encouraging us to consider that information is not only conveyed and interpreted but also self-organizes.
Topics:
morphogenesis, development, plant development, self-organization, theory, quantitative biology, biophysics
Event listing ID:
1501562
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