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Genome Integrity Discussion Group February 2010


for Members

Genome Integrity Discussion Group February 2010

Monday, February 8, 2010

The New York Academy of Sciences

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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 Discussion Group meets four to five times each year and provides an opportunity for researchers active in this area to exchange ideas and form research collaborations.



Monday, February 8, 2010

2:00 PM


2:05 PM

Safeguarding the Genome During Lymphocyte Differentiation
David Roth, New York University

2:35 PM

Homologous Recombination in Ustilago
William Holloman, Weill Cornell Medical College

3:05 PM

Functional Interplay Between Mec1/ATR Checkpoint Signaling and the Rdh54 Translocase
Achille Pellicioli, University of Milan/New York University (Klein Lab)

3:30 PM

Coffee/Tea Break

4:00 PM

Co-Directional Arrangement of Replication Forks with Constitutive Operons Facilitates Repair of Lagging Strand Gaps
Dipak Dutta, Columbia University (Gottesman Lab)

4:15 PM

Chromosome Segregation and Cytokinesis in E.coli
Ken Marians, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

4:45 PM

New Roles for Noncoding-RNA and Transposons in the Complex Life Cycle of Oxytricha
Laura Landweber, Princeton University

5:15 PM

Networking Reception


Titia de Lange

The Rockefeller University

John Petrini

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Rodney Rothstein

Columbia University Medical Center


Dipak Gutta

Columbia University (Gottesman Lab)

William Holloman

Weill Cornell Medical College

Laura Landweber

Princeton University

Ken Marians

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Achille Pellicioli

University of Milan/New York University (Klein Lab)

David Roth

New York University

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