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Genome Integrity Discussion Group January 2005

Genome Integrity Discussion Group January 2005

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By

 

The Genome Integrity meetings are a part of the Frontiers of Science Program at the New York Academy of Sciences, under which the Academy is starting a series of discussion groups in many frontier areas of science. Meeting four to five times each year, this group provides an opportunity to exchange ideas and form research collaborations among investigators active in the field.

Program

6:15–6:20
Introduction
Rodney Rothstein

6:20–6:50
Prasad Jallepalli, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"Sister Acts: Regulating Mitotic Chromosome Segregation in Human Cells"

6:50–7:20
James Manley, Columbia University
"Links between Transcription, mRNA Processing, and Genome Stability"

7:20–7:50
Stewart Shuman, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
"Mechanism of Nonhomologous End Joining in Mycobacterium"