9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CELL BIOLOGY
Washington Convention Center
999 Ninth Street 801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington 20001, DC
http://www.biocompare.com
1. Special Interest Subgroup Meetings- MEETING
REGISTRATION REQUIRE
2. Muscle Cytoskeletal Protein Assembly in Normal and Diseased Muscles-
Sanger
3. The NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: 
4. A Model System Approach to Uncover
the Mechanisms of Animal Regeneration
5. Applied Biosciences.

Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, December 1, 2007
08:00:00 Coat Check West Registration
08:00:00 Exhibitor Registration Open East Registration
08:30:00 Registration Open East Registration
08:30:00 Registration Open (East Registration)
09:00:00 MAC Mentoring Symposium Elma Gonzalez
09:00:00 Minorities Affairs Committee Mentoring Symposium: Opening Plenary (Room 151)
10:30:00 MAC Workshop - Writing for Biomedical Publication
10:30:00 MAC Workshop: Writing for Biomedical Publication (Room 152B)
12:00:00 MAC Workshop Lunch PREREGISTRATION
12:30:00 Workshop Offered by the Women in Cell Biology Committee (Room 143 A/B)
12:30:00 Workshop, Sponsored by WICB
13:00:00 Cell Matrix Interactions (Room 140A)
13:00:00 Advances in Bone Cell Molecular Biology: Epigenetic Control (Room 204C)
13:00:00 Systems Biology of Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Networks (Room 206)
13:00:00 Recycling Endosomes, A Nexus for Post-Golgi Traffi c (Room 144 B/C)
13:00:00 Dynamics of Rafts, Stabilized Rafts, and Other Non-Raft Domains of Membrane (Room 201)
13:00:00 Cell Matrix Interactions (Room 140A)
13:00:00 At the Limits: Optical Methods for Single Molecules, Cells, and Organisms (Room 146)
13:00:00 CLASPs Clutching Microtubule Networks (Room 209 B/C)
13:00:00 Cellular Biology of Gap Junction Channels (Room 103A)
13:00:00 Building the Cell (Room 140B)
13:00:00 Special Interest Subgroup Meetings- MEETING
13:00:00 Adhesions and Myosins (Room 204 A/B)
13:00:00 Muscle Cytoskeletal Protein Assembly in Normal and Diseased Muscles (Room 145B)
13:00:00 The NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Creating Next Generation Nano Tools for Cell Biology (Room 203)
13:00:00 High Performance Image Analysis and Photomanipulative Techniques for Cell Biology (Room 147)
13:30:00 Education Workshop (Room 152A) William B. Wood
13:30:00 Education Workshop - Clickers-The Greatest New
15:00:00 Minorities Affairs Committee Poster Session/Reception (Room 154)
15:00:00 Minorities Affairs Poster Session/Reception
15:00:00 Education Resources/MAC Booth Open (Grand Lobby)
15:30:00 Undergraduate Program (151)
15:30:00 Undergraduate Program
16:30:00 Reception for Undergraduate Poster Authors
16:30:00 Undergraduate Poster Presentations/Reception (Room 150B)
17:30:00 Undergraduate Poster Tear-down
18:00:00 Keynote Symposium
18:00:00 Keynote Symposium (Ballrooms A/B/C) William Bialek, Shirley Ann Jackson
18:00:00 Posters on Display
18:00:00 Posters on Display (Halls A/B)
18:00:00 Career Center Open (Hall B)
19:30:00 Opening Night Reception (Washington Convention Center)
19:30:00 Opening Night Reception Convention Center
Sunday, December 2, 2007
07:00:00 Quantification of Cellular Signaling
08:00:00 Cellular Signaling in Cells and Tissues
09:15:00 Invitrogen - 3D Cell Culture Tools for Biologically Relevant in Vitro Systems
11:30:00 Nalgene and Nunc Brand Products – The Surface Matters for Cell Culture
12:00:00
12:00:00
12:00:00
12:00:00
13:45:00 Mirus Bio Corporation – Applications of RNAi in the Study of Cell Biology
16:00:00 pm FEI Company – Electron Microscopy Solutions for 2D and 3D Imaging in Cell
18:15:00 Nikon Instruments – Understanding the Cell Migration Engine Using High-resolution quantitative
18:30:00 CBE – Life Sciences Education Reception
19:00:00 Public Service Award Presentation –The Honorable Michael N. Castle
20:00:00 Symposium I – Membrane Dynamics
20:00:00 Closing
Monday, December 3, 2007
07:00:00 Dharmacon - Innovative Technology that Enables RNAi in Difficult-to-Transfect Cells
09:15:00 Carl Zeiss Microimaging, Inc.- Optical Coherence tomography for Rapid Volumetric Imaging
09:55:00 Measurements to Examine RNA Splicing and Protein-Protein Interactions
10:35:00 Microdissection and Time Lapse Microscopy (PALM)
11:30:00 BD Bioscience - Separation of Mammalian Organelles and Macromolecular Machines by FFE
12:30:00 BD Bioscience - Introducing the New BD AccuCell™ Automated Cell Counter
13:45:00 Qualex Flow Cytometry Systems/Molecular Cytometry Systems
16:00:00 Invitrogen - Advanced Transfection Solution for Hard to Transfect Cells
17:00:00 Invitrogen - Advances in Gene Expression and Protein Production Technologies
18:15:00 Arcxis Biotechnologies - Fully Automated Sample Preparation of Nucleic Acids Using the Lysix
18:30:00 Women in Cell Biology Program Frances M Brodsky
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
07:00:00 Corning Incorporated – Solving Cell Culture Problems
09:15:00 Platypus Technologies – Recent Developments in Cell Migration
11:15:00 BD Biosciences – The Importance of Surface Modifications/Coatings for Improving Cell Culture
12:30:00 BD Biosciences – Screening and Development of antibodies for Use in Imunofluorescent Microscopy
13:45:00 Seahorse Bioscience, Inc. - Advances in Measuring Cellular Bioenergetics
14:45:00 pm Seahorse Bioscience, Inc. - Advances in Measuring Cellular Bioenergetics
16:00:00 Promoting Tissue Performance – Evolution of Permissive Culture Surface Chemistries
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
09:45:00 Education Initiative Forum – Yeast and Oxygen: Incorporating
10:30:00 Symp VII Q&A with undergrads/postdocs only Room 304
12:00:00 Symposium VIII – Cell Biology in Ten Years Ballrooms A/B/C
12:30:00 Conversation with the NSF – Vision Change: A Conversation
13:30:00 Wireless Workshop-Useful Databases for Cell Biologists
14:30:00 Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Workshop
15:00:00 Symp VIII Q&A with undergrads/postdocs only Room 304
15:15:00 Speaker Briefing Room 150A
17:20:00 Minisymposia
17:30:00 Meeting ends
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