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理研シンポジウム: From Genetic Networks to a Cellular Wiring Diagram

開催日 2017年4月26日(水)
時間 9:00-19:05
対象 研究者
場所 ENEOSホール
東京都目黒区駒場4-6-1
共催 CIFAR Genetic Networks、東京大学先端科学技術研究センター、理研環境資源科学研究センター ケミカルゲノミクス研究グループ、東京大学分子細胞生物学研究所
連絡先 https://sites.google.com/site/geneticnetworks/

Organizers

Fritz Roth (University of Toronto)
Charlie Boone (University of Toronto)
Nozomu Yachie (The University of Tokyo)
Katsuhiko Shirahige (The University of Tokyo)
Minoru Yoshida (RIKEN)

Program

09:00 am
Registration and Coffee

10:00 am
Opening Remarks

10:10 am
Session 1 (Chair: Nozomu Yachie)

"Mapping Genetic Networks on a Global Scale"
Charlie Boone (University of Toronto / RIKEN)

"Construction and utilization of human in vitro proteome"
Naoki Goshima (The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

"The developmental hourglass model: the law of embryonic evolution?"
Naoki Irie (The University of Tokyo)

11:40 am
Lunch (group lunch for CIFAR GN invitees and organizers)

01:10 pm
Session 2 (Chair: Katsu Shirahige)

"Talk Title TBA"
Hirotada Mori (NARA Institute of Science and Technology)

"Consequences of protein overexpression: approaches by the genetic tug-of-war method"
Hisao Moriya (Okayama University)

"Engineered Cell Populations to Dissect High-order Complex Traits"
Fritz Roth (University of Toronto)

02:40 pm
Poster Session / Coffee Break

03:40 pm
Session 3 (Chair: Minoru Yoshida)

"CUBIC: A Cell-omics Platform with Whole Organ/body Clearing, 3D Imaging and Informatics"
Etsuo Susaki (The University of Tokyo)

"Exploring Adhesion with CRISPR Screens"
Jason Moffat (University of Toronto)

"Talk Title TBA"
Steve Scherer (The Hospital for Sick Children)

"Nobel Turing Challenge"
Hiroaki Kitano (Systems Biology Institute)

05:40 pm
Coffee Break

06:05 pm
Keynote Lecture (Chair: Fritz Roth)

"Comprehensive Single Cell Transcriptional Profiling of a Multicellular Organism"
Robert Waterston (University of Washington)

07:05 pm
Closing Remarks

This workshop is supported in part by the following institutions.
This Symposium is a part of the RIKEN Symposium Series