The Third q-bio Conference: Poster Spotlight Presenters

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  1. Rhys M. Adams, University of Texas M.D. Andersen Cancer Center
    Design principles of synthetic gene circuits based on the TetR family of regulators (pdf)
  2. Marcelo Behar, University of California, San Diego
    Transfer of dynamically encoded information in the NF-κB signaling network (pdf)
  3. Daniel Andor-Ardó, Rockefeller University
    Biological oscillators with autocatalytic steps: resonant release of synaptic transmitter (pdf)
  4. Golan Bel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Specificity and first passage times of common biochemical processes (pdf)
  5. Gabriele Lillacci, University of California, Santa Barbara
    Parameter estimation and model selection in computational biology (pdf)
  6. Pablo Meyer, Columbia University Medical School
    Cellular organization of a metabolic pathway (pdf)
  7. Andrew Mugler, Columbia University
    Mesoscopic statistical properties of multistep enzyme-mediated reactions (pdf)
  8. Dmitry Nevozhay, University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
    Precise regulation of gene expression by negative feedback (pdf)
  9. Howard Salis, University of California, San Francisco
    Predicting and controlling translation rate in bacteria (pdf)
  10. Joshua Socolar, Duke University
    Modeling cell fate specification in the sea urchin embryo (pdf)
  11. Dean A. Tolla, University of California, Davis
    Growth rate effects on global regulation of E. coli oxygen sensing (pdf)
  12. Gašper Tkačik, University of Pennsylvania
    Optimizing information flow in small genetic networks (pdf)
  13. Philippos Tsourkas, University of California, Davis
    Affinity discrimination in B cells requires kinetic proofreading (pdf)
  14. Aleksandra M. Walczak, Princeton University
    Information processing in gene regulatory cascades (pdf)
  15. Hyun Youk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Balancing sensing and uptake of glucose in yeast (pdf)
  16. Chenghang Zong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    Predicting the stability of an epigenetic state (pdf)
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