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Events by year
Tue.30 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. James Sharpe, Centre de Regulació Genòmica, Spain
Tue.23 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Michal Komorowski, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences
Tue.16 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Anshule Kundaje, Stanford University
Tue.09 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Arjun Raj, Penn Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
Tue.26 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Ron Dror, Stanford University
Tue.19 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. MIhaela Zavolan
Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland
Tue.12 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Samie Jeffrey
Tue.05 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Jorge Vogel
Institut für Molekulare Infektionsbiologie, Germany
Tue.28 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Joe Bulbulia
Tue.21 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Ileana Cristea
Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University
Tue.14 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Elena Santiago
Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas, Spain
Tue.07 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Uwe Sauer
Department of Biology, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology
Tue.31 Oct 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Michael Laub
Department of Biology, MIT
Events by year
Tue.30 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. James Sharpe, Centre de Regulació Genòmica, Spain
Tue.23 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Michal Komorowski, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences
Tue.16 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Anshule Kundaje, Stanford University
Tue.09 Jan 2018
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Arjun Raj, Penn Engineering, University of Pennsylvania
Events by year
Tue.26 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Dr. Ron Dror, Stanford University
Tue.19 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. MIhaela Zavolan
Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland
Tue.12 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Samie Jeffrey
Tue.05 Dec 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Jorge Vogel
Institut für Molekulare Infektionsbiologie, Germany
Tue.28 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Joe Bulbulia
Tue.21 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Ileana Cristea
Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University
Tue.14 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Elena Santiago
Instituto de Biología Molecular y Celular de Plantas, Spain
Tue.07 Nov 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Prof. Uwe Sauer
Department of Biology, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology
Tue.31 Oct 2017
Frontiers in Systems Biology
Michael Laub
Department of Biology, MIT
Sun.15 Jan 2017
System Biology Symposium
Retreat
Events by year
Tue.06 Dec 2016
Trans-generational epigenetic memory of environmental change in C. elegans
Prof. Ben Lehner
EMBL-CRG Systems Biology Unit, Centre for Genomic Regulation, Barcelona, Spain
13:00
Tue.22 Nov 2016
Information processing and decision making in live cells
Prof. Andre Levchenko
John C. Malone Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Founding Director of Yale Systems Biology Institute, Founding Director of Cancer Systems
14:00
Sun.09 Oct 2016
Guest Seminar
Gene Therapy Approach for Cardiac Regeneration Using Modified mRNA
Dr. Lior Zangi
10:00
Tue.28 Jun 2016
Requirement of FcγR pathways for the anti tumor activity of immunomodulatory antibodies
Dr. Rony Dahan
The Rockefeller University
12:00
Wed.08 Jun 2016
Development of iPSC-based Cardiorespiratory Therapies
Prof. Ulrich Martin
Leibniz Research Laboratories for Biotechnology and Artificial Organs, Department of Cardiothoracic, Transplantation and Vascular Surgery, Hannover Medical School
12:30
Wed.08 Jun 2016
Specificity in Protein Degradation
Prof. Marc Kirschner
Harvard Medical School
11:00
Wed.01 Jun 2016
Using single-cell transcriptomics to study cell fate decisions in early mammalian development
Dr. John Marioni
Research Group Leader, EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute Associate Faculty Member, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Group Leader, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
12:00
Wed.06 Apr 2016
Mapping cell differentiation by single cell droplet microfluidic profiling
Prof. Allon Klein
Department of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School
12:00
Thu.03 Mar 2016
Transcriptional oscillations in adult stem cell homeostasis and ageing
Prof. Salvador Aznar Benitah
ICREA Researcher, Stem Cells and Cancer Lab, Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona)
13:00
Tue.05 Jan 2016
Life at the single molecule level: Single cell genomics
Prof. Sunney Xie
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University
10:00
Tue.05 Jan 2016
Life at the single molecule level: Single cell genomics
Prof. Sunney Xie
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University
10:00
Mon.04 Jan 2016
From single cell enzymology to bacteria gene expression
Prof. SUNNEY XIE
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University
09:15
Events by year
Tue.29 Dec 2015
How interactions and environments modulate strategies of microbial growth
Prof. DANIEL SEGRÈ
Department of Biology, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University
10:00
Mon.28 Dec 2015
Metabolic dynamics in microbial systems and ecosystems
Prof. DANIEL SEGRÈ
Department of Biology, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Boston University
09:15
Tue.22 Dec 2015
The Regulation of Space and Time in Gene Regulation
Prof. Kees Murre
UCSD
09:00
Mon.21 Dec 2015
Molecular and Physical Mechanisms that Orchestrate Cell Fate
Prof. Kees Murre
UCSD
09:00
Tue.15 Dec 2015
Reverse engineering wiring principles of the fly eye: how flies avoid double, double, double vision
Prof. Steve Altschuler
UCSF
10:00
Mon.14 Dec 2015
Cellular heterogeneity: differences that make a difference in cancer and drug treatment
Prof. Steve Altschuler
UCSF
09:00
Tue.01 Dec 2015
Systematic dissection of the role of dendritic cells in driving immune responses: from pathogen sensing to tumor elimination
Dr. Oren Parnas
Broad Institute
11:30
Tue.01 Dec 2015
From metabolism to persistence and back
Prof. Matthias Heinemann
Molecular systems biology University of Groningen
10:00
Mon.30 Nov 2015
Flux controls flux – how microbes regulate their metabolism
Prof. Matthias Heinemann
Molecular systems biology University of Groningen
09:15
Tue.24 Nov 2015
(Computational) genomics of post-transcriptional regulation: from RNA-binding proteins to translation
Prof. Uwe Ohler
Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine Humboldt University
10:00
Mon.23 Nov 2015
Architecture of metazoan promoters
Prof. Uwe Ohler
Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine Humboldt University
09:15
Mon.16 Nov 2015
Analyzing genomic circuitry by genetic perturbation analyses
Prof. Frank Holstege
UMC Utrecht
09:15
Sun.15 Nov 2015
Innate immune regulation of intestinal mucosal inflammation
Dr. Roni Nowarski
Yale University
13:30
Tue.10 Nov 2015
On the origins of agency
Prof. Scott Kelso
Florida Atlantic University
10:00
Mon.09 Nov 2015
On the coordination dynamics of moving bodies
Prof. Scott Kelso
Florida Atlantic University
09:00
Tue.03 Nov 2015
Eukaryotic gene regulation as frequency modulation
Prof. Thomas Höfer
DKFZ
10:00
Mon.02 Nov 2015
Quantitative fate mapping of hematopoiesis in situ
Prof.Thomas Höfer
DKFZ
09:00
Mon.26 Oct 2015
Viral Pathogenesis and Vaccines-We need a paradigm shift from hypotheses testing to systems approaches
Prof. Michael Katze
University of Washington
09:00
Sun.11 Oct 2015
Tumor-binding antibodies induce T cell mediated immunity
Dr. Yaron Carmi
Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA
11:00
Wed.02 Sep 2015
G-INCPM Special Seminar - Dr. Michael Angelo, MD, Instructor, Department of Pathology, Stanford University School of Medicine - High dimensional, immunohistochemical imaging in clinical tissue biopsies using multiplexed ion beam imaging (MIBI)
Dr. Michael Angelo, MD
Instructor, Department of Pathology Stanford University School of Medicine
11:00
Wed.05 Aug 2015
G-INCPM Seminar - Dr. Eran Elinav, Dept. of Immunology, Weizmann Institute - "Host Microbiome Interactions in Health and Disease"
Dr. Eran Elinav
The Department of Immunology, Weizmann Institute
11:00
Thu.11 Jun 2015
Ten ways to use 100 million protein sequences
Prof. Debbie Marks
Dept. of Systems Biology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
11:45
Thu.11 Jun 2015
Visualizing global transcription at nucleotide resolution
Prof. Stirling Churchman
Dept. of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
11:00
Thu.04 Jun 2015
Options Beyond Academia in Scientific Editing
Prof. Laura M. Zahn
Senior Editor of SCIENCE
09:00
Thu.04 Jun 2015
Explanations for inter-individual variations in the human immune response to tumors and pathogens
Dr. Nir Hacohen
Massachusetts General Hospital Ctr. for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases
12:30
Wed.20 May 2015
Quantitative modeling of transcription factor binding specificities using DNA shape
Remo Rohs
University of Southern California
14:00
Wed.20 May 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
On Competition and Cooperation in Gene Regulation
Eran Segal
Departments of Computer Science And Applied Mathematics, and Molecular Cell Biology
10:00
Wed.06 May 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
Can we realize Lamarckian evolution in the lab?
Tzachi Pilpel
Dept of Molecular Genetics
10:00
Thu.19 Mar 2015
"Generating Glioma Stem Cells through Dedifferentiation and Pro-inflammatory signaling"
Dr. Dinorah Friedmann-Morvinski
The Salk Institute/Tel Aviv University
14:00
Wed.18 Mar 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
Facultative cheating and the non-adaptive evolution of social complexity
Avigdor Eldar
Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology Department, TAU
10:00
Wed.11 Mar 2015
two2many - Student organized conference in systems biology
David Lopatie Conference Centre
2015-03-11T06:30
Wed.04 Mar 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
The stem cell challenge: making the right cells at the right time
Shalev Itzkovitz
Dept of Molecular Cell Biology
10:00
Wed.25 Feb 2015
Cooperation of Stat and Erk signaling promotes cell motility
Lilach Gilboa
Dept. of Biological Regulation, WIS
10:00
Wed.18 Feb 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
Coordinating cell growth and cell division in asymmetrically dividing cells
Naama Barkai
Dept of Molecular Genetics
Thu.12 Feb 2015
Type II Innate Immunity
Prof. William E. Paul
National Institutes of Health Distinguished Investigator Chief, Laboratory of Immunology
11:30
Wed.04 Feb 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
10:00
Wed.21 Jan 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
Public T cell networks – the immune system’s selfie?”
Nir Friedman
Dept of Immunology
10:00
Wed.07 Jan 2015
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
10:00
Sun.04 Jan 2015
How the Genome Folds:Now In the Loop
Miriam Huntley
Harvard University
13:30
Thu.01 Jan 2015
Degrade or not Degrade... Influenza infection fate is governed by the balance of extra cellular matrix remodeling: Applications for therapy
Dalit Talmi-Frank
Dr. Ido Amit & Prof. Irit Sagi
14:30
Events by year
Wed.24 Dec 2014
Genetic and Epigenetic Determinants of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Evolution
Dr.Dan-Avi Landau
Dana Farber Cancer Institute & Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, U.S.A.
14:00
Wed.24 Dec 2014
Forum on Mathematical Principles in Biology
Ariel Amir
Dept of Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics, Harvard University
10:00
Tue.23 Dec 2014
LS SPECIAL LECTURE
Randy Levinson
Senior editor in the journal Nature Medicine
11:00
Mon.22 Dec 2014
Shaping the blood: Lessons from Chromatin and Single cell RNA-SEQ Dynamics
Prof. Ido Amit
14:00
Wed.29 Oct 2014
Clash of populations: Host-Microbe Interactions in C. elegans
Erel Levine
Harvard Univesity
14:00
Sun.06 Jul 2014
A new and a non-PRR pathway for the induction of a Th2 response
Prof. Eyal Raz
UCSD
11:00
Mon.23 Jun 2014
Using 40 dimensions in single cells to map tumor heterogeneity and network function
Dana Pe'er
14:00
Wed.11 Jun 2014
High throughput screening for functional IRES elements in the human genome
Shira Weingarten-Gabbay
from Eran Segal’s lab
12:00
Mon.19 May 2014
Using Cancer exomes to create cancer vaccines?
Prof. Ton Schumacher
The Netherlands Cancer Institute
14:15
Wed.07 May 2014
Techniques for studying DNA methylation memory in pluripotent and somatic cells
Zohar Shipony
from Amos Tanay’s lab Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics and Department of Biological Regulation
12:00
Mon.28 Apr 2014
Exploring the fitness landscape of HIV protease and reverse transcriptase
Prof. Sebastian Bonhoeffer
Institute of Integrative Biology (IBZ) Switzerland
15:00
Wed.26 Mar 2014
Direct sequencing of RNA 3’ ends in bacteria reveals extensive regulation by termination
Daniel Dar
From Rotem Sorek’s lab
12:00
Wed.29 Jan 2014
Epigenetic mechanisms of pluripotency induction
Dr. Noa Novershtern
From Yaqub Hanna’s lab Department of Molecular Genetics
12:00
Tue.28 Jan 2014
Quantitative understanding of a living system, is it possible?
Prof. Luis Serrano Pubul
CRG-Centre Regulacion Genomica
11:00
Mon.27 Jan 2014
Are -OMICs enough to understand a cell?
Prof. Luis Serrano Pubul
CRG-Centre Regulacion Genomica
14:15
Tue.21 Jan 2014
Growth-rate dependent gene expression and bacterial persistence
Dr. Stefan Klumpp
Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung
11:00
Mon.20 Jan 2014
Bacterial growth: global effects on gene expression and the economy of molecular machines
Dr. Stefan Klumpp
Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces
14:15
Tue.14 Jan 2014
Gut microbes and their role in obesity and malnutrition
Prof. Rob Knight
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. University of Colorado
10:00
Mon.13 Jan 2014
QIIME: Quantitative Insights Into Microbial Ecology
Prof. Rob Knight
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. University of Colorado
14:15
Mon.06 Jan 2014
Epistasis as a dominant factor in evolution
Dr. Fyodor A. Kondrashov
Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) Research Park of Biomedicine in Barcelona (PRBB)
10:00
Mon.06 Jan 2014
The impact of epistatic interactions on the rate of evolution
Dr. Fyodor A. Kondrashov
Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) Research Park of Biomedicine in Barcelona
14:15
Wed.01 Jan 2014
Transeq: a rapid, accurate and high-throughput RNA-seq approach for novel biological discovery
Yoav Voichek and Dr. Diego Jaitin
From Ido Amit and Naama Barkai’s lab
Events by year
Wed.25 Dec 2013
Charting the mammalian chromatin landscape: from mixed populations to single cells
Dr. Oren Ram
Massachusetts General Hospital Molecular Pathology
14:00
Wed.18 Dec 2013
Sieving transcriptomes: Identifying and comparing lincRNAs from a dozen of vertebrates
Dr. Igor Ulitsky
Department of Biological Regulation, WIS
12:00
Tue.10 Dec 2013
Transcriptome-wide analysis of genomic imprinting
Prof. Andrew Clark
Cornell University Department of Moleculat Biology and Genetics
10:00
Mon.09 Dec 2013
Natural polymorphism as a perturbation for systems genetics of Drosophila metabolism
Prof. Andrew Clark
Cornell University Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics
14:15
Wed.04 Dec 2013
A comparative study of gene regulation in primates: What makes us Human?
Prof. Yoav Gilad
Dept. of Human Genetics, University of Chicago
12:00
Tue.03 Dec 2013
High-throughput Analyses of cis-Regulation
Prof. Barak Alon Cohen
Department of Genetics, Washington University
10:00
Mon.02 Dec 2013
Thermodynamic Models of cis-Regulation
Prof. Barak Alon Cohen
Department of Genetics, Washington University
14:15
Mon.25 Nov 2013
Adventures in the Biology of Yeast at the System Level
Prof. DAVID BOTSTEIN
Princeton University
14:15
Mon.18 Nov 2013
Current Trends in the Mathematical Modeling of the Cellular Metabolism
Prof. Hermann-Georg Holzhütter
Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institute of Biochemistry
14:15
Tue.12 Nov 2013
Attempts at understanding food search behavior in C.elegans: developing technologies to control and manipulate neural activities and behavior
Prof. Sharad Ramanathan
Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology School of Engineering and Applied Sciences FAS Center for Systems Biology Harvard Stem Cell Institute
10:00
Mon.11 Nov 2013
Finding reaction coordinates to describe state transitions during differentiation
Prof. Sharad Ramanathan
Dept. of Molecular and Cellular Biology School of Engineering and Applied Sciences FAS Center for Systems Biology Harvard Stem Cell Institute
14:15
Tue.05 Nov 2013
“High-precision functional profiling and integration of metagenomes and metatranscriptomes
Prof. Curtis Huttenhower
Harvard University
10:00
Tue.29 Oct 2013
On biological computation: sensors and actuators controlling cell cycle and mid-blastula transitions
Dr. Jan Skotheim
Department of Biology, Stanford University
10:00
Mon.28 Oct 2013
Nonlinear dynamics in biology
Dr. Jan Skotheim
Department of Biology, Stanford University
14:15