GBB Annual Retreat 2007

From

Systems Biology – Enabling Methodologies and Analyses

THURSDAY 31 MAY 2007, Health Sciences Auditorium, 6th Floor, 155 College St.


Final Program Detailed Program Poster Abstracts


09.00 Nicholas Provart, Director of the CGPGBB, Dept. of CSB, CAGEF.

WELCOME AND CGPGBB UPDATE

09.10 Keynote – Mads Kaern, CRC Systems Biology, Ottawa Institute for Systems Biology

TOWARDS A QUANTITATIVE MOLECULAR BIOLOGY: THE ROLE OF MODELLING IN THE ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND PHENOMENA

09.50 Ryan Lilien, Department of Computer Science

COMPUTATIONAL ALGORITHMS FOR PROTEIN DESIGN, EXPLORING LARGE SEARCH SPACES

10.20 Gabe Musso, Emili and Zhang Labs, Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics

RETENTION OF PROTEIN COMPLEX MEMBERSHIP BY ANCIENT DUPLICATED GENE PRODUCTS IN BUDDING YEAST

10.40 COFFEE

11.00 Brendan Frey, Electrical and Computer Engineering

FAST, NEW ALGORITHMS FOR ORGANIZING BIOLOGY DATA

11.30 Laxmi Parida, IBM Computational Biology Centre, T.J. Watson Labs, NY.

PATTERN DISCOVERY IN BIOINFORMATICS

12.00 LUNCH
12.30 POSTERS

13.30 Charlie Boone, Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research

LARGE-SCALE MAPPING OF GENETIC AND CHEMICAL GENETIC INTERACTIONS IN YEAST

14.00 Elisabeth Tillier, Ontario Cancer Institute

OLIGONUCLEOTIDE PROBE DESIGN FOR GENOMES AND GENE FAMILIES

14.30 David Guttman, Department of Cell & Systems Biology, Centre for the Analysis of Genome Evolution and Function.

COMPARATIVE GENOMICS OF HOST-SPECIFIC VIRULENCE

15.10 COFFEE

15.30 Steve Scherer, Hospital for Sick Children

STRUCTURAL VARIATION IN THE HUMAN GENOME

16.00 John Parkinson, Hospital for Sick Children

DYNAMICAL MODELS OF CELLULAR PROCESSES

16.30 Ken Lau, Dennis Lab, ex-Hogue Lab, Department of Biochemistry

INTEGRATIVE MODELING AND EXPERIMENTATION OF N-GLYCOSYLATION-DEPENDENT RECEPTOR UPREGULATION

16.50 Peter Lewis, Vice-Dean Research, Faculty of Medicine

CLOSING REMARKS

17.00 RECEPTION

This year's annual GBB retreat is generously sponsored by the Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomedical Research, the Centre for the Analysis of Genome Evolution and Function, and IBM.

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