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BAMM 2018

5th Annual Boston Area Mitosis and Meiosis Meeting

DATE
May 12, 2018

LOCATION
Whitehead Institute, Cambridge, MA

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Ron Vale, Ph.D.

Howard Hughes Investigator

Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

UCSF School of Medicine

Website: https://valelab.ucsf.edu/

BAMM 2018 KEYNOTE SPEAKER | Ron Vale, Ph.D.
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SCHEDULE

5th Annual Boston Area Mitosis and Meiosis Meeting

PROGRAM

 

09:30 – 10:00

Arrival, Set-up, and Refreshments

 

10:00 – 10:05

Opening Remarks

 

10:05 – 11:45 — Session One

Radhika Subramanian (Subramanian Lab)
“A means to an end: How the ciliary kinesin Kif7 finds microtubule ends and fine-tunes microtubule length”

Isha Nasa (Kettenbach Lab)
“Mapping changes in the phosphatome in relationship with mitotic kinase activities using quantitative proteomics”

Nuno Martins (Wu Lab)
“Visualizing the genomic nano-architecture of vertebrate centromeres using super-resolution microscopy”

Eduardo Torres (Torres Lab)
“Dysregulation of sphingolipid synthesis disrupts nuclear envelope morphology”

 

11:45 – 12:30 — Group Photo and Lunch

 

12:30 – 1:45 — Session Two

Christine Field (Mitchison Lab)
“Spindle to cortex communication in frog eggs”

Hai-Yin Wu (Needleman Lab)
“Cortical pulling drives pronuclear migration and rotation, and spindle positioning and oscillaition”

Scott Forth (Forth Lab)
“The mechanics of microtubule networks in cell division”

 

1:45-2:00 Break

 

2:00-3:00 — Session Three

Jette Lengefeld (Amon Lab)
“The size of a stem cell governs its division potential”

Xiao-Feng Zhang (Chowdhury Lab)
“CDK5-PP4 signaling cascade relieves mitotic inhibition of 53BP1”

Doogie Oh (Needleman Lab)
“Spatial regulation of chromosome-derived signals and spindle assembly”

Lin Deng (Pellman Lab)
“Mitotic CDK promotes replisome disassembly, fork breakage, and complex DNA rearrangements”

 

3:00-4:00

Poster Session and Refreshments

 

4:00-4:50 — Session Four

Hanieh Falahati (de Camilli Lab)
“Temperature-induced uncoupling of cell cycle regulatory mechanisms”

Johan Gibcus (Dekker Lab)
“Helical folding of mitotic chromosomes”

 

4:50-5:00 — Break

 

5:00-6:00 — Keynote Lecture

Ron Vale (Vale Lab)
“The role of cell division in cell type patterning in intestinal organoids”

 

6:00-7:30

Social Hour and Departure

5th Annual Boston Area Mitosis and Meiosis Meeting

PROGRAM

 

09:30 – 10:00

Arrival, Set-up, and Refreshments

 

10:00 – 10:05

Opening Remarks

 

10:05 – 11:45 — Session One

Radhika Subramanian (Subramanian Lab)
“A means to an end: How the ciliary kinesin Kif7 finds microtubule ends and fine-tunes microtubule length”

Isha Nasa (Kettenbach Lab)
“Mapping changes in the phosphatome in relationship with mitotic kinase activities using quantitative proteomics”

Nuno Martins (Wu Lab)
“Visualizing the genomic nano-architecture of vertebrate centromeres using super-resolution microscopy”

Eduardo Torres (Torres Lab)
“Dysregulation of sphingolipid synthesis disrupts nuclear envelope morphology”

 

11:45 – 12:30 — Group Photo and Lunch

 

12:30 – 1:45 — Session Two

Christine Field (Mitchison Lab)
“Spindle to cortex communication in frog eggs”

Hai-Yin Wu (Needleman Lab)
“Cortical pulling drives pronuclear migration and rotation, and spindle positioning and oscillaition”

Scott Forth (Forth Lab)
“The mechanics of microtubule networks in cell division”

 

1:45-2:00 Break

 

2:00-3:00 — Session Three

Jette Lengefeld (Amon Lab)
“The size of a stem cell governs its division potential”

Xiao-Feng Zhang (Chowdhury Lab)
“CDK5-PP4 signaling cascade relieves mitotic inhibition of 53BP1”

Doogie Oh (Needleman Lab)
“Spatial regulation of chromosome-derived signals and spindle assembly”

Lin Deng (Pellman Lab)
“Mitotic CDK promotes replisome disassembly, fork breakage, and complex DNA rearrangements”

 

3:00-4:00

Poster Session and Refreshments

 

4:00-4:50 — Session Four

Hanieh Falahati (de Camilli Lab)
“Temperature-induced uncoupling of cell cycle regulatory mechanisms”

Johan Gibcus (Dekker Lab)
“Helical folding of mitotic chromosomes”

 

4:50-5:00 — Break

 

5:00-6:00 — Keynote Lecture

Ron Vale (Vale Lab)
“The role of cell division in cell type patterning in intestinal organoids”

 

6:00-7:30

Social Hour and Departure

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MAPS

MIT | campus & parking maps

Campus Map  {printable PDF}
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Albany Street Garage
{$8 - credit card only}
MAP to Albany Street GARAGE

 

Please note: The Hayward lot is not available due to a large scale construction project on the site.

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