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Nobel Conference No. 61: “Mechanisms and Systems Biology of Transcription” Nobel Conference No. 61: “Mechanisms and Systems Biology of Transcription October, 2014
Cellular and Global Views of Transcription Registered attendees can view abstracts starting on 01/04/2014 Cancer Epigenetics (Q1) February, 2014
Fundamentals at the Structural, Biochemical and Genomic Levels (Joint) Registered attendees can view abstracts starting on 01/04/2014 Cancer Epigenetics (Q1) February, 2014
Session 1: Cancer genomics, epigenomics, and epigenetic drivers Cell Symposia: Cancer Epigenomics October, 2013
Session 4 – Reprogramming: Epigenetics Nuclear Reprogramming and the Cancer Genome September, 2013
Nuclear Topology and Transcription Factors: Defining the Architecture of Normal and Malignant Cells Chairperson: Ari M. Melnick, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY AACR Annual Meetings April, 2013
Comprehensive analysis of a cancer epigenome Signal Transduction within the Nucleus Gordon Research Conference March, 2011
Educational Session | Integrative analysis of epigenomes in normal and cancer cells AACR-NCI Conference on Systems Biology: Confronting the Complexity of Cancer March, 2011
Session3 | Epigenomic analysis of normal and cancer cells Miami 2011 Winter Symposium: Epigenetics in Development and Disease February, 2011
Session 1: Transcriptional networks From Functional Genomics to Systems Biology November, 2010
Global Approaches Regulatory Mechanisms in Eukaryotic Transcription February, 2008
Role of Chromatin in Transcriptional Mechanisms Regulatory Mechanisms in Eukaryotic Transcription February, 2008

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