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Genome Integrity Discussion Group October 2007

Genome Integrity Discussion Group October 2007

Monday, October 29, 2007

The New York Academy of Sciences

Presented By


Organizers: Titia de Lange, The Rockefeller University; John Petrini, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; and Rodney Rothstein, Columbia University Medical Center

The greater New York metropolitan area has become a leading center for research on chromosome biology and function, as well as for research at the interface between chromosome integrity and cell cycle regulation.

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.



Regulation of the Fanconi Anemia Genome Stability Pathway by Ubiquitination
Tony Huang, New York University

Analysis of Sister Telomere Cohesion in Human Cells
Susan Smith, New York University

Mechanisms of Replication Fork Reactivation
Ken Marians, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center


Bypassing Sir2 and O-Acetyl-ADP-Ribose in Yeast Transcriptional Silencing
Marc Gartenberg, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Extensive Structural Variation in the Human Genome Revealed by Paired End Mapping
Michael Snyder, Yale University

The HINT1 Tumor Suppressor is Required for the Regulation of gamma-H2AX and ATM in Response to DNA Damage
Haiyang Li, Columbia University Medical Center (Weinstein Laboratory)

Control of Chromosome Stability by the beta-TRCP-REST-MAD2 Axis
Daniele Guardavaccaro, New York University School of Medicine (Pagano Laboratory)