9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
The Non-Coding Genome
ATC, EMBL
Meyerhofstr. 1
Heidelberg, Germany
http://www.embo-embl-symposia.org/symposia/2013/EES13-04/index.html
The Non-Coding Genome 
CCO EMBL 
http://www.embo-embl-symposia.org/symposia/2013/EES13-04/index.html
ATC, EMBL
Meyerhofstr. 1
Heidelberg
Germany

Schedule of Presentations:

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
14:00:00 Arrival and Registration
16:45:00 Welcome Remarks
17:00:00 Central roles of bacterial RNAs in regulating metabolism Gisela Storz
17:00:00 SESSION 1. The diversity of non-coding RNAs Elisa Izaurralde
17:30:00 RNA at the epicentre of human development John Mattick
18:00:00 Selected Talk 1
18:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
18:45:00 RNA: Protein interactions Nikolaus Rajewsky
19:15:00 Craig C. Mello, University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA Craig Mello
19:45:00 Selected Talk 2
20:00:00 Selected Talk 3
20:20:00 DINNER
Thursday, October 10, 2013
09:00:00 SESSION 2. miRNAs function and mechanisms David Bartel
09:00:00 The X-chromosome as a model for epigenomic regulation by long noncoding RNA Jeannie T. Lee
09:30:00 Regulation of microRNA Narry Kim
10:00:00 Selected Talk 4
10:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
10:45:00 Witold Filipowicz, Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland Witold Filipowicz
11:15:00 Using ribosome footprinting to characterize the coding potential on the genome Antonio J. Giraldez
11:45:00 Selected Talk 5
12:00:00 Selected Talk 6
12:30:00 LUNCH
14:00:00 The prokaryotic CRISPR/Cas defense system John van der Oost
14:00:00 SESSION 3. Noncoding RNAs in prokaryotes Gisela Storz
14:30:00 RNA-mediated genome defense in bacteria Jennifer A. Doudna
15:00:00 Selected Talk 7
15:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:45:00 Gerhart Wagner, Uppsala University, Sweden Gerhard Wagner
16:15:00 The RNA complement of pathogen and host revealed by Dual RNA-seq Joerg Vogel
16:45:00 Selected Talk 8
17:00:00 Selected Talk 9
17:30:00 Selected Talk 9
20:00:00 DINNER
Friday, October 11, 2013
09:00:00 Small RNA: from bacteria to metazoan germline Alexei Aravin
09:00:00 SESSION 4. piRNAs and siRNAs: Biogenesis and function Narry Kim
09:30:00 piRNA biogenesis in Drosophila Mikiko C. Siomi
10:00:00 Selected Talk 10
10:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
10:45:00 piRNA mediated silencing of transposons in Drosophila Julius Brennecke
11:15:00 RNA silencing and epigenetics in tomato and Chlamydomonas David Baulcombe
11:45:00 Selected Talk 11
12:00:00 Selected Talk 12
12:30:00 LUNCH
14:00:00 Non coding RNAs in muscle differentiation
14:00:00 SESSION 5. Transcriptional gene silencing John Rinn
14:30:00 Heterochromatin formation by RNAi and RNAi-independent RNA processing factors Shiv Grewal
15:00:00 Selected Talk 13
15:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:45:00 (Epi)genome control by RNA turnover Marc Bühler
16:15:00 X-chromosome inactivation : a paradigm of epigenetic regulation via non-coding RNA Edith Heard
16:45:00 Selected Talk 14
17:00:00 Selected Talk 15
17:30:00 POSTER SESSION II– even numbers
20:00:00 GALA DINNER
21:00:00 PARTY
Saturday, October 12, 2013
09:00:00 SESSION 6. Structures and Mechanisms Jennifer Doudna
09:00:00 Structure-Function Studies of Cytosolic DNA Sensors Governing the Interferon Response Dinshaw J. Patel
09:30:00 Mechanisms of miRNA-mediated gene silencing Elisa Izaurralde
10:00:00 Selected Talk 16
10:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
10:45:00 David P. Bartel, HHMI/MIT/Whitehead Institute, USA David Bartel
11:15:00 Antiviral RNAi in mammals Olivier Voinnet
11:45:00 Selected Talk 17
12:00:00 Selected Talk 18
12:15:00 LUNCH
14:00:00 Genome Regulation by Long Noncoding RNAs Howard Y. Chang
14:00:00 SESSION 7. Long noncoding RNAs Joerg Vogel
14:30:00 Noncoding RNA targets chromatin modifying enzymes to regulatory gene sequences Ingrid Grummt
15:00:00 Selected Talk 19
15:15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:45:00 Functional intronic long noncoding RNAs Ling-Ling Chen
16:15:00 John L. Rinn, Harvard Medical School, USA John Rinn
16:45:00 Selected Talk 20
17:00:00 Concluding Remarks
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