The Third q-bio Conference: Contributed Speakers

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  1. Roee Amit, California Institute of Technology
    Synthetic cis regulatory modules (pdf)
  2. Yaron E. Antebi, Weizmann Institute of Science
    Collective decision making in T cells (pdf)
  3. Christian L. Barrett, University of California, San Diego
    Meta-structure of a bacterial genome (pdf)
  4. Smadar Ben-Tabou de-Leon, California Institute of Technology
    The information processing at the foxa node of the sea urchin gene regulatory network (pdf)
  5. Lon Chubiz, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    Coordinated regulation of multiple-antibiotic resistance in Escherichia coli (pdf)
  6. Julien O. Dubuis, Princeton University
    Positional information, in bits (pdf)
  7. Deborah A. Flusberg, Harvard Medical School
    Single-cell heterogeneity and transient resistance in the apoptotic response to TRAIL (pdf)
  8. Ambhighainath Ganesan, Johns Hopkins University
    Using microfluidic device based experimentation to unravel the topology of a maltose sub-regulon (pdf)
  9. Stephen J. Helms, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
    Regulatory mechanisms of dynamic scaffolding in Drosophila phototransduction (pdf)
  10. Kazuzki Horikawa, Hokkaido University
    Constructive role of noise in self-organized pattern formation in social amoeba (pdf)
  11. Ali Kinkhabwala, Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie
    Radio transmission in the cell (pdf)
  12. Linda J. Kenney, University of Illinois-Chicago
    Towards a quantitative description of the EnvZ/OmpR two-component system during osmotic signaling (pdf)
  13. Ganhui Lan, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
    Condensation of FtsZ filaments drives bacterial cell division (pdf)
  14. Tatiana T. Marquez-Lago, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zürich
    Stochastic modeling of a tunable synthetic mammalian oscillater (pdf)
  15. William Mather, University of California, San Diego
    Dynamic pheromone gradient sensing in yeast (pdf)
  16. Giovanni Meacci, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
    Intra- and intercellular fluctuations in Min protein dynamics decrease with cell age (pdf)
  17. Sven Mesecke, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), Heidelberg
    Integration of activating and inhibitory receptor signaling by regulated Vav1 phosphorylation (pdf)
  18. Alexander Y. Mitrophanov, Washington University School of Medicine
    Quantitative properties of post-translationally regulated genetic circuits (pdf)
  19. Brian Munsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Stochastic model validation for the Pap (pili) epigenetic switch (pdf)
  20. William S. Ryu, University of Toronto
    Thermal impulse response and temperature preference of Escherichia coli (pdf)
  21. David Sprinzak, California Institute of Technology
    Mutual inactivation of Notch and Delta amplifies differences between neighboring cells (pdf)
  22. Savaş Tay, Stanford University
    NF-κB signaling, dynamic range and stochastic switching under TNF and LPS stimulation (pdf)

There will also be a number of contributed talks in a special session on Methods.

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