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Topic Authors / presenters Event name Event date
1. Duke University, Department of Biology Seminar Series January, 2010
2. Cold Spring Harbor. Systems Biology: Global Regulation of Gene Expression January, 2010
3. Boston University Genome Science Institute Seminar series. January, 2010
4. University of Tennessee Health Science Center Seminar Series. January, 2010
5. SDIX (Antibody development and production company) January, 2010
6. EMBL/EMBO: From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology January, 2010
7. Chicago University, Department of Human Genetics Seminar January, 2010
8. Cold Spring Harbor Gene Expression Course January, 2010
9. Banff International Research Station “Statistical Genomics in Biomedical Research January, 2010
10. University of California, San Diego January, 2010
11. Illumina, Inc. Hayward, CA January, 2010
12. Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center "Seminars in Oncology" January, 2010
13. University of Toronto, Banting & Best Department of Medical Research. Seminar. January, 2009
14. Institut d'Investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer (IDIBAPS). Barcelona, Spain. Seminar. January, 2009
15. Washington University at St. Louis, Department of Genetics Seminar Series. January, 2009
16. National Cancer Institute, Laboratory of Receptor Biology & Gene Expression Seminar January, 2009
17. UC Berkeley Department of Statistics. Statistics and Genomics seminar January, 2009
18. Chromatin: Histones, Nucleosomes, Chromosomes & Genomes. Singapore. Plenary. January, 2009
19. Stanford University Department of Genetics “Frontiers in Genetics” Seminar Series. January, 2009
20. University of Pennsylvania, Biology Department Seminar Series January, 2009
21. National Academy of Sciences Chinese-American Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium. Kunming City, China January, 2009
22. Tongji University, Shanghai, China. Seminar Series. January, 2009
23. North Carolina State University Department of Genetics Seminar Series January, 2009
24. V foundation for Cancer Research Scientific Symposium January, 2009
25. Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. Molecular Medicine Research Seminar. January, 2009
26. Yale Department of Genetics Seminar Series. January, 2008
27. “Chromatin and Transcriptional Regulation”. Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel. Keynote January, 2008
28. 6th annual Developmental Biology Symposium, University of Oregon in Eugene. January, 2008
29. NHGRI ENCODE and modENCODE Consortium meetings. Bethesda, MD. January, 2008
30. 2008 BioMapS Summer School on "Chromatin Structure and Gene Regulation", Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. January, 2008
31. Emerging Statistical Challenges in Genome-Scale Data Analysis and Translational Research. Banff International Research Station, Canada January, 2008
32. NHGRI Intramural Seminar Series. Bethesda, MD. January, 2008
33. Case Western University Department of Genetics. Cleveland, OH. January, 2008
34. ASBMB meeting “Global Systems Biology: Dynamics” San Diego, CA. January, 2008
35. 2nd IRCM Meeting on Systems Biology: Molecular Networks. IRCM, Montréal. January, 2008
36. Harvard Medical School Department of Genetics Seminar Series. Boston, MA. January, 2008
37. Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health. Albany, NY. January, 2008
38. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Pharmacology & Molecular Sciences January, 2007
39. Complex relationships between Transcription Factor-DNA interactions and transcription Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIAR) Program in Genetic Networks workshop. Toronto, Canada. January, 2007
40. Columbia Medical Center Biochemistry Department Seminar Series. New York, NY. January, 2007
41. 10th MGED (Microarray Gene Expression Data Society) Conference. Brisbane, Australia. January, 2007
42. Genome Institute of Singapore. Seminar. January, 2007
43. 16th International Chromosome Conference. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. January, 2007
44. modENCODE consortium meeting, CSH New York January, 2007
45. Cold Spring Harbor Course “Integrated Data Analysis for High Throughput Biology” January, 2007
46. Northwestern University Department of Biochemistry Retreat Keynote Speaker. January, 2007
47. CSH Meeting Systems Biology: Global Regulation of Gene Expression. January, 2007
48. University of Iowa, Lecture Series on Bioinformatics. "Chromatin Control of DNA Binding-Site Utilization" January, 2006
49. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization Duke University Medical Center, Tuesday Seminar Series. January, 2006
50. University of Michigan, Bioinformatics seminar series. January, 2006
51. University of Wisconsin at Madison, Genome Center seminar series. January, 2006
52. Chromatin-mediated specification of transcription factor targets State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of Biochemistry seminar series. January, 2006
53. Workshop on Computational and Statistical Genomics. Banff Center, Canada. January, 2006
54. ENCODE consortium meeting January, 2006
55. University of Massachusetts, Worcester. "Chromatin Control of DNA Binding-Site Utilization January, 2006
56. Princeton University, Lewis Sigler Institute "Chromatin Control of DNA Binding-Site Utilization" January, 2006
57. Integrated studies of genetic networks: A new evolutionary synthesis. Marathon, FL. January, 2006
58. Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization Nanostructural Genomics V , The Jackson Laboratory. January, 2005
59. Quantitation Of Chromatin Contributions To DNA Binding-Site Utilization CSH Meeting Systems Biology: Global Regulation of Gene Expression January, 2005
60. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization Fifth Annual ORFeome Meeting, Center for Cancer Systems Biology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute January, 2005
61. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization International Symposium on Genome-wide Epigenetics: Challenges and Promises, University of Tokyo, Japan January, 2005
62. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization Duke University, Computational and Systems Biology Seminar Series January, 2005
63. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization NIEHS Laboratory of Molecular Carcinogenesis Seminar Series. January, 2005
64. Chromatin Context and DNA Binding-Site Utilization University of Toronto, Banting & Best Department of Medical Research seminar Series. January, 2005
65. ENCODE consortium meeting January, 2004
66. Nucleosome Dynamics and Transcription Factor Target Selection in Yeast Banbury Meeting Bioinformatic Strategies for the Epigenome January, 2004
67. DNA-Binding Specificity and Targeting in a Dynamic Chromatin Environment NSF-funded Bioinformatics and Bioengineering Summer Institute, Virginia Commonwealth University. January, 2004
68. Systems Biology: Genomic Approaches to Transcriptional Regulation”. “Physical Fractionation of Yeast Chromatin Reveals RNA Polymerase II Transcription Units CSHL Meeting January, 2003
69. Genome-Wide Exploration of Chromatin Structure and Function University of Minnesota, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics seminar series January, 2003
70. Evidence For a High-Resolution, Genome-wide Chromatin Organization in Yeast Florida State University, Biochemistry/Structural Biology seminar series January, 2003
71. Exploring the Genome-wide Target Selection and Specificity of DNA-binding Proteins in vivo University of California, Santa Cruz. Seminar January, 2002
72. Exploring the Genome-wide Target Selection and Specificity of DNA-binding Proteins in vivo University of Oregon, Department of Biology. Seminar January, 2002
73. Exploring the Regulatory Structure of Eukaryotic Genomes through Genome-Wide Maps of Protein-DNA Interaction UCSF Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences January, 2001
74. American Society for Microbiology Meeting, Los Angeles January, 2000
75. Plant Parasitology meeting (NCR-172), Berkeley, CA January, 1996



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