The Third q-bio Conference: Satellite workshop, Biology on demand: external control of complex cellular systems

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The workshop will take place on Aug 7, 2 pm-5:45 pm, as a part of The Third q-bio Conference on Cellular Information Processing on the campus of St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM, USA.

The workshop will explore experimental methods and computational analysis tools needed to control cellular behavior on demand by building phenomenological behavioral models of cells that can be used to predict cellular responses to exogenous perturbations and put limits on ability to achieve such control.

John Wikswo (Vanderbilt University) and Ilya Nemenman (LANL).
14:00-14:05 Ilya Nemenman, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Introduction
14:05-14:30 Fiona A. Chandra, California Institute of Technology, Theoretical performance limit of the autocatalytic glycolysis system (pdf)
14:30-14:55 Howard Salis, University of California, San Francisco, Predicting and controlling translation rate in bacteria (pdf)
14:55-15:20 Alex Groisman, University of California, San Diego, Quantitative studies of bacteria in microfluidic devices (pdf)
15:20-15:40 Coffee Break
15:40-16:05 Brian Munsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Listening to the Noise: Random Fluctuations Reveal Gene Network Parameters (pdf)
16:05-16:30 David Thorsley, University of Washington, Observers for stochastic chemical kinetics (pdf)
16:30-16:55 Bryan C. Daniels, Cornell University, Statistical model selection and prediction of systems’ responses to exogenous perturbations (pdf)
16:55-17:20 Gabriele Lillacci, University of California, Santa Barbara, Parameter estimation and model selection in computational biology (pdf)
17:20-17:45 David Ellison, Johns Hopkins University, Computational model and microfluidic platform for the investigation of paracrine and autocrine signaling in mouse embryonic stem cells (pdf)
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