CDW Symposium 2017

CDW CELLS, SENSORS, AND SYSTEMS SYMPOSIUM

October 26, 2017

Illumina Theater

The Alexandria at Torrey Pines

10996 Torreyana Road 

San Diego, CA 92121

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Garry Nolan, Ph.D. 

(Stanford) 

Marcel Bruchez, Ph.D. 

(Carnegie Mellon)

 Gary Schroth, Ph.D. 

(Illumina) 

Joshua N. Leonard, Ph.D. 

(Northwestern)

SESSION 1 - Advances in Optical Probe Technology
9:00 John Nolan (Scintillon) – Measuring the vesicle-ome
9:30 Jin Zhang (UCSD) - Activity architectures in live cells
10:00 Marcel Bruchez (Carnegie Mellon) - Ratiometric fluorescence indicators:  From single cells to single organelles

10:30-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

SESSION 2 - Single Cell Genomics
11:00 Gary Schroth (Illumina) - Enabling single cell genomics with next-generation sequencing
11:30 Laura Heiser (OHSU) - Single cell genomic analysis in spatial systems biology
12:00 Sara Linker (Salk) - Hippocampal single-nucleus RNA-seq identifies a unique activity-induced transcriptional signature in dentate granule neurons

12:30-1:30 LUNCH

SESSION 3 - Frontiers in Single Cell Analysis
1:30 Garry Nolan (Stanford) - Imaging mass spectrometry for high resolution single cell analysis
2:00 Mark Mercola (Stanford) - Kinetic phenotypic screening to mine the transcriptome of iPSC-cardiomyocytes for therapeutic targets 
2:30 Jeff Price (Scintillon) - High throughput, high resolution imaging of neurons and synapses

3:00-3:30 COFFEE BREAK

SESSION 4 - Cell Engineering & Synthetic Biology
3:30 Joshua Leonard (Northwestern) - Mammalian synthetic biology to engineer new therapies
4:00 Jiwu Wang (Scintillon) - mRNA-based cell reprogramming and engineering
4:30 Omar Din (UCSD) - Engineering synchronized cycles of bacterial lysis for in vivo delivery
   

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