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Bio-X Symposium – Mechanobiology: Pushing and Pulling on Life
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This Symposium aims to educate students, postdoctoral fellows and established scientists from different disciplines about Mechanobiology by presenting talks on sensory systems, mechanically mediated cellular signaling, and the role of mechanics in homeostasis. Topics include mechanisms, methods and mechanical pathways ranging in temporal and spatial scales from ion channels and protein conformational changes to cell and tissue mechanics in growth, differentiation, disease and regeneration.

When: 11/6/2014
9:00 AM
Where: James Clark Center Auditorium
318 Campus Dr, Stanford University
Stanford, California  94305
United States
Presenter: Stanford Bio-X
Contact: Stanford Bio-X

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The Symposium features invited speakers, talks from postdoctoral fellows selected from submitted abstracts, a networking lunch, and poster reception. Attendees from Bay Area Schools are invited to submit abstracts with their registration and participate in the poster session.
Invited Speakers:
Miriam Goodman, Stanford University
Margaret Gardel, The University of Chicago
Krystyn Van Vliet, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cindy Reinhart-King, Cornell University
Sophie Dumont, University of California, San Francisco

Symposium Schedule:

Welcome and Introduction

Chemoechanical Markers and Modulators of Stem Cells: Pulling It All Together
Krystyn Van Vliet, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chromosome Segregation: Mechanical Integrity with Dynamic Parts
Sophie Dumont, University of California, San Francisco
Coffee Break

Postdoctoral Fellows Talks
Lunch - Students may register in advance for lunch with faculty

Touch As a Matter of Fat and Mechanics
Miriam Goodman, Stanford University
A Leaky Pipeline: Matrix Mechanics in Vascular Form and Function
Cindy Reinhart-King, Cornell University
Coffee Break

Mechanical Regulation of Cell Adhesion and Migration
Margaret Gardel, The University of Chicago
Poster Session and Refreshments

If you would like to present your research at the Poster Session on the topic of Mechanobiology at the symposium, please register at the link below by October 6, 2014. Note: 4-5 submitted abstracts from postdoctoral fellows will be invited for short (15’) talks during the symposium – the deadline for talk consideration is August 26, 2014. Even if you do not plan to present your research, please register at the link below to indicate which events you will attend:

Symposium Organizers: Beth Pruitt (ME, MCP by courtesy, Bio-X) and W. James Nelson (Biology, MCP, Bio-X)

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