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August 28, 2014 Short Course on the Genetics of Addiction Human Addiction Genetics Laura Bierut
June 24, 2014 Microbiology after the Genomics Revolution (Genomes 2014) George Weinstock, Washington University, St Louis, USA) George Weinstock
March 5, 2014 Targeted Anticancer Therapies Methodological and Organizational Issues in Drug dDvelopment of Targeted Agents Sandra Swain
March 5, 2014 4th ASM Conference on Enterococci Session 1 Genomics and Evolution George Weinstock
October 31, 2013 (T1) Keystone Symposia: Advancing Vaccines in the Genomics Era Systems Biological Approaches to Vaccination Meeting has ended...abstracts no longer viewable online. Purchase an Abstract Book from this meeting Alan Aderem
October 16, 2013 Infectious Disease Genomics and Global Health Keynote Lecture George Weinstock
July 21, 2013 54th Annual Short Course on Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics Massively Parallel Sequencing: Technologies and Applications Elaine Mardis
May 31, 2013 ASCO Annual Meeting 2013 On the Shoulders of Giants: Historical Perspective on Lung Cancer Molecular Profiling and Genomics—Where We've Been and Where We're Going Ramaswamy Govindan
Reaping the Rewards of the Cancer Genome Atlas Project Matthew James Ellis
Ovarian Cancer Risk Reduction for High-Risk Patients: Current Standards of Care (M02) Elizabeth M. Swisher
More Mastectomies: Why? (C05) Constance D. Lehman
Education Sessions Ramaswamy Govindan
Education Sessions David A. Mankoff
April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings Using Genomics to Guide Cancer Immunotherapy Chairperson: Robert D. Schreiber, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO Robert D Schreiber
Predictive Modeling of Cancer Treatment in Single Patients (N of 1) Moderator: Charles L. Sawyers, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY Elaine Mardis
Change for the Worse: Premalignant Metaplasia in the Stomach, Esophagus, and Pancreas Chairperson: Steven D. Leach, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Jason Mills
New Perspectives on Cancer Immune Surveillance Chairperson: Robert D. Schreiber, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO Robert D Schreiber
February 3, 2013 Neurogenesis (J7) Neurobiology of Disease David M Holtzman
February 3, 2013 New Frontiers in Neurodegenerative Disease Research (J8) Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease: Potential Cellular, Molecular, and Network Connections David M Holtzman
August 24, 2012 21st Annual Short Course on Experimental Models of Human Cancer Sequencing the cancer genome Elaine Mardis
July 15, 2012 53rd Annual Short Course on Medical and Experimental Mammalian Genetics Massively Parallel Sequencing: Technologies and Applications Elaine Mardis
March 25, 2012 ISA 2012 - XVI International Symposium on Atherosclerosis Concurrent Workshop 35 | Pathophysiological Aspects of Macrophage Biology and Oxidative Stress | Bayside 103 Jay W Heinecke
January 15, 2012 Drug Discovery for Protozoan Parasites (J1) Workshop 2: Publishing (Joint) T. L. Doering
Cell Circuitry and Adaptive Responses T. L. Doering
December 13, 2011 New Horizons in Cancer Research: Biology to Prevention to Therapy Clinical implications of genome sequencing in lung cancer Ramaswamy Govindan
July 10, 2011 2011 FASEB Summer Research Conferences: Ciliate Molecular Biology Characterization of proteins involved in nuclear reorganization and DNA rearrangements Douglas Chalker
March 27, 2011 Congress on Steroid Research ent-Steroids: Novel Reagents for Studies of Membrane Receptors and Membrane Properties Douglas F. Covey
September 12, 2010 Joint Metastasis Research Society-AACR Conference in Conjunction with the Tumor Microenvironment Working Group of the AACR Dissemination of prostate cancer cells to bone: Insight into the metastatic process, tumor cell dormancy and progression Robert L Vessella
August 5, 2010 13th Annual Duke Cardiothoracic Update and TEE Review Course Workshop B: Ultrasound for All Andrew S Shaw
[Lunch] Katherine Grichnik Lecture: Basic TEE Certification : Widening its Use, Narrowing the Gap Andrew S Shaw
Panel Discussion Q/A Andrew S Shaw
Will it Hurt? The Genomics of Pain Andrew S Shaw
Workshop D: Thoracic Surgery/Airway Station Andrew S Shaw
Panel discussion Q/A Andrew S Shaw
May 10, 2010 The New Science of Ageing Evolutionary conservation of mechanisms of ageing Brian K Kennedy
March 5, 2010 The Future of Genomic Medicine III Paired Normal and Tumor Sequencing Elaine Mardis
August 11, 2009 Inaugural Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Disease Quantitative Assays for Diagnosis and Management of Infectious Diseases Gregory A Storch
September 23, 2008 Integrative Data Analysis Human Genome Structural Variation Project Gregory Cooper
May 18, 2008 COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS - BIOMOLECULAR NMR Dynameomics Valerie Daggett
March 9, 2008 Biology OF Acute Respiratory Infection ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTION IN PATIENTS, POPULATIONS, AND ECOSYSTEMS Shawn J. Skerrett
Integrating cell-specific roles during pneumonia Shawn J. Skerrett
Inflammatory signals, epithelial cells, and acute lung injury Thomas R. Martin
February 19, 2008 Cancer Genomics and Epigenomics High Throughput Genome, Epigenome, and Cell Biology Approaches (Technology) John A Stamatoyannopoulos
February 10, 2008 Plant Innate Immunity Hormone Biosynthesis and Transport Michael M. Neff
Hormone Networks Jennifer L. Nemhauser
Networks in Defense and Hormone Signaling (Joint) John A. Browse
February 3, 2008 Biomarker Discovery, Validation and Applications Multiplex Biomarkers and System Response Profiles Jay W Heinecke
February 3, 2008 GRC - Molecular Evolution Discussion Ben Kerr
January 22, 2008 Ubiquitin and Cancer: From Molecular Targets and Mechanisms to the Clinic Structural Insights into the E3 Ligase Function of BRCA1/BARD1 Rachel Klevit
January 7, 2008 Eicosanoids and Other Mediators of Chronic Inflammation (A1) Chemical Biological Dissection of the Function of Eicosanoids and Related Molecules Michael H Gelb
Eicosanoid-Based Therapies for Chronic Inflammatory Disease William Kerwin
January 6, 2008 Structural Genomics and its Applications to Chemistry, Biology and Medicine Advances in X-ray and NMR Structure Determination. Session Supported in part by Bruker BioSpin Corp. and Bruker AXS Inc. David Baker
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology Minisymposium 3:Cytoskeletal Dynamics and Polarity Ed Munro
Cdc-42 and the Actomyosin Cytoskeleton Function within Positive and Negative Feedback Loops to Dynamically Ed Munro
Building the Cell (Room 140B) Adriana Dawes, C Elegans
Muscle Cytoskeletal Protein Assembly in Normal and Diseased Muscles C Elegans
The NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer: Creating Next David Sept
Chaperone Networks That Infl uence Protein Misfolding and Aggregation C Elegans
Global Interactions of the Glucocorticoid Receptor Require Extensive Chromatin Remodeling. P Sabo
Activated Estrogen Receptor Down-regulates Human E-cadherin Gene Expression Yanlin Liu
Active Apicobasal Shortening Constrained by Circumapical Collars Drives Endoderm Invagination in Ascidians Ed Munro, M Sherrard
November 4, 2007 AACR Centennial Conference: Translational Cancer Medicine Plenary Session 3: Animal Systems and Imaging in Cancer Research David PIWNICA WORMS
September 30, 2007 Bridging Pharma and IT - Leveraging Information Technology to Improve Productivity (Sep30-Oct2) Keynote Session 4: Lessons Learned: Challenges Faced in Sharing Information Across the Organization (Panel) (15:15-16:00) Marc Wine
July 21, 2007 Ciliate Molecular Biology Identification of novel chromatin-associated proteins involved in programmed genome rearrangements in Tetrahymena Douglas Chalker
July 7, 2007 CHROMATIN AND TRANSCRIPTION Targeting Heterochromatin Formation and Gene Silencing in Drosophila Sarah Elgin
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