The Second q-bio Conference: Speakers Presenting Spotlight Talks

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  1. Matthew R. Bennett, University of California, San Diego
    Modeling the genetic dual-feedback oscillator (pdf)
  2. Long Cai, California Institute of Technology
    Frequency-Modulated Localization Bursts Coordinate Gene Regulation (pdf)
  3. Ofer Feinerman, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
    IL-2 couples T lymphocytes in their activation: from single cell to population (pdf)
  4. Daniel Georgiev, University of Washington
    Experimental Design of In Vitro DNA Reaction Networks (pdf)
  5. Stephen J. Helms, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
    Implications of Dynamic Scaffolding for Signaling Efficiency in Drosophila Phototransduction (pdf)
  6. Choel Kim, University of California, San Diego
    The First Crystal Structure of cyclic GMP-dependent protein kinase Iβ dimerization domain reveals the molecular features of an extended leucine/isoleucine zipper (pdf)
  7. Alexander Loewer, Harvard Medical School
    Dynamics of p53 in non-stressed conditions (pdf)
  8. Tao Long, Princeton University
    Single-cell Study of Bacterial Signaling in Quorum Sensing (pdf)
  9. Diane M. Longo, University of California, San Diego
    Expression Variability from a Tet-inducible Positive Feedback Network in Mammalian Cells (pdf)
  10. Ambarish Nag, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    How does a mast cell distinguish between two different extracellular stimuli that cause the same extent of receptor cross-linking? (pdf)
  11. William Pontius, Yale University
    An integrated analytic model of bacterial chemotaxis (pdf)
  12. Sushmita Roy, University of New Mexico
    Scalable learning of large networks (pdf)
  13. Charlie E.M. Strauss, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    On the origin of symmetry in biological macromolecules (pdf)
  14. Aleksandra M. Walczak, Princeton University
    Gene-gene cooperativity in small networks (pdf)
  15. Erik S. Welf, University of Delaware
    Regulation of Integrin Clustering: Models and Experiments (pdf)
  16. Yilin Wu, University of Notre Dame
    A Computational Model for Bacterial Swarming (pdf)
  17. Xiaojing Yang, University of California, San Francisco
    Quantitatively monitoring the G1stability in single cell (pdf)
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