GBB Annual Retreat 2009

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Networks in Biology

WEDNESDAY 27 MAY 2009. Health Sciences Auditorium, 6th Floor, 155 College St. Organized by Alan Moses and Rob Reedijk.

All are welcome. Please RSVP to Rob Reedijk.


Final Program Detailed Program Poster Abstracts


Departmental affiliations are University of Toronto unless otherwise noted.


09.00 Nicholas Provart, Director of the CGPGBB, Dept. of Cell & Systems Biology, CAGEF

WELCOME AND CGPGBB UPDATE

09.10 Asher Cutter, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, CAGEF

THE EVOLUTION OF GENOME ORGANIZATION: OPERONS IN THE EUKARYOTIC NEMATODE C. ELEGANS

09.40 Philip Kim, Banting & Best Department of Medical Research, CCBR

PATHWAYS, NETWORKS AND GENETIC VARIATION

10:10 David He - GBB Student Speaker

ELASTIN: FROM SEQUENCE TO FUNCTION


10.30 COFFEE


10.50 Julie Forman-Kay, Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute, Department of Biochemistry

UNIQUE MODES OF BIOLOGICAL REGULATION VIA DYNAMIC COMPLEXES INVOLVING INTRINSICALLY DISORDERED PROTEINS

11.20 Andrew Emili, Banting and Best Department of Medical Research, Department of Molecular Genetics

INTO THE BREACH: A NETWORK ANALYSIS OF E. COLI PROTEIN FUNCTION

11.50 Mike Snyder, Department of Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology, Yale University

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: ANALYSIS OF GENOMES AND REGULATORY NETWORKS USING OMICS TECHNOLOGIES


12.50 LUNCH

13.20 POSTERS


14.20 Guillermo Cecchi, Watson Research Center, IBM

FUNCTIONALITY AND EMERGENT PROPERTIES OF COMPLEX BIOLOGICAL NETWORKS

14.50 Jennifer Lewis (Desveaux and Guttman Labs), Department of Cell & Systems Biology, CAGEF

ARMS RACE BETWEEN THE HOPZ FAMILY OF PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE TYPE III EFFECTOR PROTEINS AND THE ARABIDOPSIS IMMUNE RESPONSE: RECOGNITION BY A NOVEL RESISTANCE PROTEIN, RAZ1, AND TARGETING OF HOST PROTEINS


15.10 COFFEE


15.30 Ian Taylor - GBB Student Speaker

DYNAMIC NTWORK MODULARITY OF THE HUMAN PROTEOME PREDICTS BREAST CANCER OUTCOME

15.50 Igor Jurisica, Ontario Cancer Institute, Department of Computer Science

CANCER INTERACTION NETWORK PREDICTION AND ANALYSIS

16.20 Lincoln Stein, Director of Informatics and Biocomputing, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

IDENTIFYING CANCER MODULES FROM MOLECULAR PATHWAY DATA

16.50 Closing remarks - Klaus Fiebig, Chief Scientific Officer, Ontario Genomics Institute


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, Ontario Genomics Institute, and IBM.

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