Keynote and Symposia Titles and Speakers
Fred Kavli Keynote Lecture
Saturday, December 2, 6:00 pm
|Building Knowledge by Integrating Levels: Genes, Cells and Behavior
Cori Bargmann, The Rockefeller University and Chan Zuckerberg Initiative
Symposium 1: Structure of the Cell
Sunday, December 3, 8:00 am
Supported by The Anatomical Record and The American Association of Anatomists
|Unraveling the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Subcellular Organelles.
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI
|Cryo-Electron Tomography: Opportunities and Challenges of Structural Biology in situ.
Wolfgang Baumeister, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany
|The Role of ER Membrane Contact Sites in Regulating the Structure of Other Organelles.
Gia Voeltz, University of Colorado-Boulder
Symposium 2: Metabolism
Sunday, December 3, 9:45 am
|mTOR Signaling in Growth and Metabolism
Michael Hall, Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland
|Human Genetics Provides Molecular Handles to Elucidate Pathogenesis of Fatty Liver Disease.
Helen H. Hobbs, UT Southwestern Medical Center/HHMI
Symposium 3: Cell Biology of Neurons*
Monday, December 4, 8:00 am
|Somatic Mutation and Genomic Diversity in the Human Brain.
Christopher Walsh, Boston Children’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School/HHMI
|Sorting Out Polarized Transport in Neurons.
Lukas Kapitein, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
|Ligands, Receptors and Signaling Mechanisms for Sensory Dendrite Morphogenesis.
Kang Shen, Stanford University/HHMI
Symposium 4: Cell Interactions
Monday, December 3, 9:45 am
|Capturing Principles of Tissue Dynamics and Function by Live Imaging.
Valentina Greco, Yale University School of Medicine
|Polarised Secretion and Frustrated Ciliogenesis: The Cell Biology of Serial Killer Cells.
Gillian Griffiths, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, United Kingdom
Symposium 5: DNA/RNA Biology
Tuesday, December 5, 8:00 am
|Folding, Unfolding and Refolding of Genomes.
Job Dekker, University of Massachusetts Medical School/HHMI
|Cell Autonomous and Cell Non-autonomous Effects of Aneuploidy.
Angelika Amon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Division of Labor Among the Subunits of a Highly Coordinated Ring ATPase.
Carlos Bustamante, University of California, Berkeley
Symposium 6: Quality Control
Wednesday, December 6, 11:20 am
|Orchestration of Mitosis by Anaphase-Promoting Complex, a Fascinating Molecular Machine.
Brenda Schulman, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsreid, Germany
|Mechanism of ER-associated protein degradation (ERAD).
Harvard Medical School/HHMI
* Heinz Herrmann Symposium. Heinz Herrmann was Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Connecticut. A symposium in his honor was endowed at the ASCB in 1990. A founder of the ASCB, Professor Herrmann was well known for his pioneering approach to research in developmental biology, which has led to over 100 publications. He also wrote two books—Cell Biology andFrom Biology to Sociopolitics.