Biotech China 2014
EMBO Conference: 'Nuclear Structure and Dynamics'

Avignon, France
EMBO Conference: 'Nuclear Structure and Dynamics' 

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
06:30:00 Session 1: Nucleosome and chromosome structure Peter Becker, Genevieve Almouzni, Carol Wu
14:00:00 Arrival and registration between
20:30:00 Dinner
Thursday, October 3, 2013
08:30:00 Dinner
09:00:00 Session 2: Nuclear compartments and organization I Leonid Mirny, David Spector, Martin W Hetzer
10:30:00 Coffee break
11:00:00 Session 3: Nuclear compartments and organization II Eric Gilson, Wendy Bickmore, Giacomo Cavalli
14:00:00 Afternoon
17:40:00 Friedrich Miescher Institute, Basel) Functional organization of the nucleus Susan M. Gasser
18:15:00 break
18:30:00 Session 4: DNA Replication Anja Groth, David M. Gilbert, Dirk Schübeler
Friday, October 4, 2013
06:00:00 Keynote talk II
10:15:00 Coffee break Simon Boulton, Marco Foiani
10:40:00 Session 6: Nuclear RNA Maria Carmo-Fonseca, Thoru Pederson
12:00:00 Lunch
13:00:00 Excursion to Roussillon
18:35:00 Break
18:50:00 Transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation (Maria Carmo-Fonseca) Karla Neugebauer, B. Franklin Pugh
20:30:00 Dinner
Saturday, October 5, 2013
06:30:00 Session 10: Epigenetic modifications Laszlo Tora, Dirk Schübeler, Adrian Bird, Edith Heard
09:00:00 Session 8 : Nuclear Reprogramming and development Edith Heard, Maria Elena Torres-Padilla, Azim Surani, Adrian Bird
10:30:00 Coffee break
10:30:00 Session 9: Biophysics / novel microscopy approaches Cristina Cardoso, Michael R. White, Maxime Dahan, Carl Wu
14:30:00 Poster session II – Odd numbers
20:30:00 Gala dinner
Sunday, October 6, 2013
09:00:00 Session 11: Chromosomes dynamics and cell cycle Tatsuya Hirano, William C Earnshaw, David Spector
10:10:00 Coffee break
10:30:00 Session 12 : Nuclear function and diseases/senescence Andrew Jackson, Judith Campisi, Wendy Bickmore
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