Year 2014 Archive
John Wikswo, Vanderbilt University, “Biology coming full circle: Joining the whole and the parts”
John Murray, University of Pennsylvania, "Decoding development through the C. elegans lineage"
Tanja Kortemme, UCSF, "Molecular Design and Functional Specificity - from Proteins to Cells"
Michael Elbaum, Weizmann Institute of Science, "Fluorescent Ferritin-Based Supra-Molecular Protein Assemblies that Form in Living Cells"
Olga Vitek, Northeastern University, Statistical methods and tools for mass spectrometry-based proteomics
John Quackenbush, Harvard, Solving the Personalized Medicine Puzzle
Eric Greene, Columbia, Visualizing protein-nucleic acid interactions at the single-molecule level with DNA curtains
Matt Weirauch, University of Cincinnati, Determination and Inference of Eukaryotic Transcription Factor Binding Specificities
John Hogenesch, University of Pennsylvania, The landscape of circadian transcription -- implications for biology and medicine
Ben Langmead, Johns Hopkins University, Scalable software for sequencing data
Kevin Janes, University of Virginia, Stochastic profiling—an integrative tool for studying single-cell regulation and incomplete penetrance
Michael Eisen, UC Berkeley/LBNL, Activation and control of gene expression during early Drosophila development
Jeffrey Leek, Johns Hopkins University, Dissecting variation in RNA-seq measurements
CANCELLED: Krishna Shenoy, Stanford, Cortical Control of Arm Movements: A Dynamical Systems Perspective
CANCELLED: Paul Sternberg, Caltech
CANCELLED - Tanja Kortemme, UCSF, Molecular Design and Functional Specificity - from Proteins to Cells
Steven Salzberg, JHU
Steven Salzberg, Johns Hopkins University, Computational Challenges of High Throughput Genome Sequence Analysis