GBB Annual Retreat 2008

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From Genomes to Pathways

WEDNESDAY 14 MAY 2008, Health Sciences Auditorium, 6th Floor, 155 College St. Organized by John Parkinson and Rob Reedijk.


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 – Elodie Ghedin, Division of infectious diseases, University of Pittsburgh

PARASITE GENOMICS: INVESTIGATING FUNCTIONAL NETWORKS IN PATHOGEN SURVIVAL

10.00 Alan Moses, Department of Cell and Systems Biology

POPULATION GENOMICS: A PILOT STUDY IN BUDDING YEAST


10.30 COFFEE


10.50 Darrell Desveaux, Department of Cell and Systems Biology

CHEMICAL GENOMIC INVESTIGATION OF THE ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA-PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE PATHOSYSTEM

11.20 Michael Brudno, Department of Computer Science, Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research

GENOME ASSEMBLY WITH SHORT READ DATA

11.50 Daniel Platt, IBM Computational Biology Centre, T.J. Watson Labs, NY.

EVIDENCE OF HISTORICAL EVENTS IMPACTING MODERN STRUCTURE OF LEBANESE POPULATIONS


12.20 LUNCH
12.50 POSTERS


13.50 Jeff Wrana, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute

DISRUPTION OF THE HIGHER ORDER STRUCTURE OF INTERACTOMES PREDICTS DISEASE OUTCOME IN BREAST CANCER

14.20 Kevin Truong, Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering

FRET BIOSENSOR DESIGN USING CONFORMATIONAL SPACE CONSIDERATIONS

14.50 Cheryl Wolting McGlade Lab, Department of Medical Biophysics (CGPGBB student)

COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSES OF LNX INTERACTORS


15.10 COFFEE


15.30 Elizabeth Edwards, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry

BIOREMEDIATION: FROM GENOMES TO SOLUTIONS

16.00 Radhakrishnan Mahadevan, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry

GENOME-BASED METABOLIC MODELING OF GROWTH COMPETITION

16.30 Anthony Joshua, Squire Lab, Department of Medical Biophysics (CGPGBB student)

SEMI-AUTOMATED TELOMERE MAPPING AND CONCORDANT CHROMOSOMAL INSTABILITY STUDIES OF WHOLE MOUNT PROSTATECTOMIES REVEALS FINDINGS CONSISTENT WITH TELOMERE MEDIATED GENOMIC INSTABILITY


16.50 Francis Ouellette, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

CLOSING REMARKS: FUTURE PERSPECTIVES ON GENOME BIOLOGY


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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