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On behalf of Drs. Nevan Krogan, Tanja Kortemme, Noam Stern-Ginossar, Dan Tawfik and Yitzhak Pilpel, the inaugural QBI/Weizmann Institute Symposium on Molecular Systems Biology will be held online in a two-part series on July 15 and July 22 from 8am - 10:05am PDT. This symposium will focus on the integration of genetics, biophysics, biochemistry and structural biology and leverage the expertise at QBI and the Weizmann Institute.
The Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI) seeks transformative results in biomedicine by supporting fundamental quantitative research in the biological sciences. The Weizmann Institute has a long history of investigation and discovery rooted in a mission of advancing science for the benefit of humanity.
The QBI/Weizmann Institute Symposium on Molecular Systems Biology aims to facilitate collaborative relationships between scientists from both institutions. Following the symposium, we will launch a series of joint activities and hope to put in place a collaborative agreement between the Weizmann Institute and QBI to enable scientists to work together through exchange programs and opportunities for collaborative funding.
JULY 22, 2020:
8:00 AM INTRODUCTION by Tanja Kortemme and Noam Stern-Ginossar
8:05 AM Natalia Jura, QBI|UCSF - Molecular Mechanisms of Receptor Kinase Signaling
8:20 AM Rotem Sorek, Weizmann Institute - The Immune System of Bacteria - Beyond CRISPR
8:35 AM Geeta Narlikar, QBI|UCSF - Can Phase-separation Explain Heterochromatin Properties?
8:50 AM Dan Tawfik, Weizmann Institute - The Wonders of Enzyme Regulation
9:05 AM BREAK
9:15 AM James Fraser, QBI|UCSF - What happens when a protein binds a ligand?
9:30 AM Efrat Shema, Weizmann Institute - Single-Molecule Epigenetics: Illuminating the Histone Code in Cancer
9:45 AM Lani Wu, QBI|UCSF - Single-cell Cancer Fate Decisions After Non-lethal Dose of Chemotherapy
10:00 AM END
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