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The conference will bring together scientists working to better understand three-dimensional genome organization in various organisms, tissues, and cell state.
- Nuclear and subnuclear structure and function
- Topogically Associated Domains (TADs) and transcription in genome control
- Signalling cues, cellular states and genome organization
- Genome dynamics in DNA repair
- Genome structure in health, aging, and disease
- Chromatin loops and non-canonical nucleic acids structures in genome expression and stability
- Workshop I: Technical advances
- Workshop II: How to publish in the era of spatial genome organization?
Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity for students! Fully paying academics can bring a student for only $890. Unfortunately, Postdocs are not eligible. Both registration packages include; accommodation for the 26, 27, 28 February 2022 (on a shared basis for students) and a food and beverage package for the conference period. Once registered, please contact Amy Johnson to obtain a special registration link for your student.
Confirmed Plenary Speakers
Fabrizio d'Adda (IFOM)
NON CODING RNA SYNTHESIS AT DNA LESIONS
Peter Fraser (Florida State University)
3D CHROMOSOME DYNAMICS DURING PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT
Alice Ting (Stanford University)
MOLECULAR CARTOGRAPHY WITH PROXIMITY LABELING
Sara Wickstrom (University of Helsinki)
NUCLEAR MECHANOTRANSDUCTION - REGULATION OF CELL FATE AND INTEGRITY
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Matthias Altmeyer (University of Zurich)
DYNAMICS AND CELL CYCLE REGULATION OF DNA REPAIR COMPARTMENT
Effie Apostolou (Weill Cornell Medicine)
TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND ARCHITECTURAL RESETTING OF CELL IDENTITY UPON MITOTIC EXIT
Magda Bienko (Karolinska Institute)
GPSeq REVEALS THE RADIAL LANDSCAPE OF CHROMATIN AND GENOMIC ALTERATIONS IN THE HUMAN CELL NUCLEUS
Maya Capelson (University of Pennsylvania)
Irene Chiolo (University of Southern California)
HETEROCHROMATIN REPAIR MECHANISMS
Philippe Collas (University of Oslo)
SPATIAL NUCLEAR ARCHITECTURE DURING ADIPOGENESIS
Jean Gautier (Columbia University)
George Inglis (Nature Communications Biology)
CRAFTING AN IMPACTFUL MANUSCRIPT
Alwin Köhler (University of Vienna)
PHASE SEPARATION OF PROTEINS AND LIPIDS AS AN ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE OF THE CELL NUCLEUS
Stephen Lee (University of Miami)
Gaëlle Legube (CNRS - University of Toulouse)
Marina Lusic (Heidelberg University Hospital)
Eli Rothenberg (NYU)
Andrew Seeber (Harvard University)
Christophe Zimmer (Institut Pasteur)
This conference is of interest to individuals seeking to understand the basic principles of spatial genome organization and how the disruption of this organization impacts health and disease, all within a beautiful natural setting. Those interested in learning or developing new technologies that help reveal more of the secrets of spatial genome organization should both benefit from and greatly enrich the conference. Attendees are expected to have a background in the basics of genetics, nuclear organization, microscopy, and sequencing.
This conference also provides a unique opportunity for trainees interested in spatial genome organization to learn about the latest findings in this rapidly growing area of research from both established and emerging leaders in the field. In addition, the conference provides numerous scientific and social networking opportunities for trainees to discuss their research activities and career plans with others in the field.