3rd q-bio Conference All Participants

This list is current as of Aug 4. Small changes are expected.

  1. Adams, Rhys M.
  2. Alberts, Bruce M.
  3. Alexandrov, Boian
  4. Amarie, Dragos
  5. Amit, Roee
  6. Andor-Ardo, Daniel
  7. Antebi, Yaron E.
  8. Barrett, Christian L.
  9. Basanta, David
  10. Bauer, Amy L.
  11. Behar, Marcelo
  12. Bel, Golan
  13. Ben-Tabou de-Leon, Smadar
  14. Bertolusso, Roberto
  15. Beste, Michael T.
  16. Bishop, Alan R.
  17. Blagoev, Blagoy
  18. Borgeson, Blake
  19. Bulyk, Martha L.
  20. Burgess, Antony W.
  21. Bustamante, Carlos
  22. Byrd, Tommy
  23. Cagatay, Tolga
  24. Cahill, Kevin
  25. Chandra, Fiona A.
  26. Chang, Hao
  27. Chaudhury, Srabanti
  28. Chen, Ying-Ja
  29. Cheong, Raymond
  30. Chubiz, Lon
  31. Chylek, Lily A.
  32. Clark, Scott C.
  33. Clayton, Andrew H.A.
  34. Coelho, Pedro M.B.M.
  35. Cohn, Judith D.
  36. Colwell, Rita R.
  37. Costa, Michelle
  38. Cutler, Patrick
  39. Dabu, C.M.
  40. Daigle Jr., Bernie J.
  41. Daniels, Bryan C.
  42. Dayarian, Adel
  43. De Boer, Rob
  44. Dengjel, Joern
  45. Dinner, Aaron R.
  46. Drake, Kenneth
  47. Drawert, Brian
  48. Dreisigmeyer, David W.
  49. Dubuis, Julien O.
  50. Ecke, Robert E.
  51. Ellis, Timothy M.
  52. Ellison, David
  53. Elston, Timothy C.
  54. Enders, Jeffrey R.
  55. Espinoza-Hidalgo, Flor A.
  56. Faeder, James R.
  57. Fasani, Rick A.
  58. Fedoroff, Nina V.
  59. Flusberg, Deborah A.
  60. Formosa-Jordan, Pau
  61. Fox, Robert
  62. Frauenfelder, Hans
  63. Friedlander, Tamar
  64. Gallatin, Greg
  65. Ganesan, Ambhighainath
  66. Gintautas, Vadas
  67. Giorgi, Elena E.
  68. Goldstein, Byron
  69. Gov, Nir S.
  70. Greenfield, Alex
  71. Gregor, Thomas
  72. Groisman, Alex
  73. Gutenkunst, Ryan N.
  74. Helms, Stephen J.
  75. Hlavacek, William S.
  76. Hogg, Justin S.
  77. Horikawa, Kazuzki
  78. Hu, Bin
  79. Iglesias, Pablo A.
  80. Ishimatsu, Kana
  81. Iyer-Biswas, Srividya
  82. Janulevicius, Albertas
  83. Jiang, Lili
  84. Jiang, Yi
  85. Joh, Richard I.
  86. Jones, Elizabeth D.
  87. Kabani, Samat
  88. Kazmierczak, Bodgdan
  89. Kenney, Linda J.
  90. Kimura, Yuki
  91. Kinkhabwala, Ali
  92. Kole, Ayeeshik
  93. Lakhanpal, Amit
  94. Lan, Ganhui
  95. Lazarovici, Allan
  96. Lee, Tae J.
  97. Leier, Andre
  98. Levine, Michael
  99. Lidke, Diane S.
  100. Lillacci, Gabriele
  101. Little, Charles D.
  102. Liu, Haiqing
  103. Liu, Jintao
  104. Lo, Chien-Chi
  105. Loladze, Irakli
  106. Lomnitz, Jason
  107. Loriaux, Paul
  108. Machta, Ben
  109. Madar, Aviv
  110. Malik, Michael D.
  111. Marasco, Christina
  112. Marquez-Lago, Tatiana T.
  113. Mather, William
  114. McLean, John
  115. Meacci, Giovanni
  116. Merrin, Jack
  117. Mesecke, Sven
  118. Meyer, Pablo
  119. Min, T. Lance
  120. Mirny, Leonid A.
  121. Miskov-Zivanov, Natasa
  122. Mitchell, Gabriel J.
  123. Mitrophanov, Alexander Y.
  124. Mondragon-Palomino, Octavio
  125. Monine, Michael I.
  126. Mu, Fangping
  127. Mugler, Andrew
  128. Munsky, Brian
  129. Muralidhar, Gautam
  130. Naoz, Moshe
  131. Narula, Jatin
  132. Nemenman, Ilya
  133. Nevozhay, Dmitry
  134. Nguyen, Bao
  135. Nichols, Tanya
  136. Noren, David
  137. Oliver, Janet M.
  138. Opferman, Michael
  139. Ostheimer, Gerard J.
  140. Pang, Tin Yau
  141. Pegg, Saro
  142. Perelson, Alan
  143. Petzold, Linda R.
  144. Phillips, Rob
  145. Posner, Richard G.
  146. Pospieszalska, Maria K.
  147. Puthenveetil, Sujiet
  148. Quaranta, Vito
  149. Raj, Anil
  150. Reeves, Daniel
  151. Rhee, A.J.
  152. Riley, Todd R.
  153. Roy, Sushmita
  154. Ruebenacker, Oliver
  155. Ryu, William S.
  156. Salis, Howard
  157. Sartori-Velasco, Pablo
  158. Saunders, Timothy
  159. Savageau, Michael A.
  160. Seale, Kevin
  161. Sekar, John
  162. Sevim, Volkan
  163. Sheetz, Michael P.
  164. Sheppard, Patrick W.
  165. Shimizu, Thomas S.
  166. Sinitsyn, Nikolai A.
  167. Socolar, Joshua
  168. Sokolowski, Thomas
  169. Sprinzak, David
  170. St-Pierre, Francois
  171. Steinberg, Stanly
  172. Suel, Gurol M.
  173. Swart, Pieter J.
  174. Tabei, S.M. Ali
  175. Tan, Cheemeng
  176. Tans, Sander J.
  177. Tay, Savas
  178. Thomson, Ty M.
  179. Thorsley, David
  180. Tkacik, Gasper
  181. Tolla, Dean A.
  182. Tsourkas, Philippos
  183. Ueda, Hiroki R.
  184. Vaiana, Andrea
  185. Venturelli, Ophelia
  186. Vijaya Raghavan, Sindhu
  187. Waggoner, Alan
  188. Walczak, Aleksandra M.
  189. Wall, Michael E.
  190. Wallace, Jr., Terry C.
  191. Watson, Sydeaka
  192. Weaver, Alissa M.
  193. Webster, Gordon
  194. Werner, James H.
  195. Werner, Steffen
  196. Wilson, Bridget S.
  197. Wolf, Verena
  198. Yang, Haw
  199. Yao, Guang
  200. Youk, Hyun
  201. Zeng, Lanying
  202. Zhang, Jin
  203. Zhang, Yang
  204. Zhou, Joseph X.
  205. Zilman, Anton
  206. Zong, Chenghang

3rd q-bio Conference Pictures

To contribute pictures to this page, please contact the organizers.

  • Ryan Gutenkunst's pictures from Bruce Albert's opening banquet talk and a Friday afternoon hike in the Sangre de Cristo mountains are available here.
  • Fiona Chandra's pictures of outings of the 2009 q-bio Summer School students are available here.
  • Anil Raj's pictures, mostly from hikes, are available here.

3rd q-bio Conference Satellite Meetings and Special Sessions

All satellite meetings and special sessions will be held on the afternoon of Friday, Aug 7, when the main conference breaks for sightseeing and impromptu discussions.

The Third q-bio Conference: Special Session on Methods

This special session of the 2009 q-bio Conference will take place on the afternoon of Friday, August 7. The special session will be dedicated to methods of quantitative biology, both experimental and computational.

Speakers
  1. Dragos Amarie, Indiana University
    Microfluidics devices integrating microcavity surface plasmon resonance biosensors: glucose oxidase enzymatic activity (pdf)
  2. Blagoy Blagoev, University of Southern Denmark
    Unraveling ubiquitination dependent dynamics in cell signaling networks by quantitative proteomics (pdf)
  3. Ying-Ja Chen, University of California, San Diego
    Simulations and experiments for DNA sequencing by denaturation (pdf)
  4. Jeffrey R. Enders, Vanderbilt University
    Microfluidic-ion mobility-mass spectrometry for assessing cellular response in real time (pdf)
  5. Diane S. Lidke, University of New Mexico Cancer Center
    Correlating FcεRI signaling with dynamics using single quantum dot imaging (pdf)
  6. Alan Waggoner, Carnegie Mellon University
    Fluorescent biosensors for cell regulation pathways (pdf)
  7. James H. Werner, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Confocal, 3D tracking of individual quantum dot labeled signaling molecules on live cells (pdf)
  8. Verena Wolf, Saarland University
    Solving the chemical master equation using creeping windows (pdf)

The Third q-bio Conference: Satellite workshop, Biology on demand: external control of complex cellular systems

The workshop will take place on Aug 7, 2 pm-5:45 pm, as a part of The Third q-bio Conference on Cellular Information Processing on the campus of St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM, USA.

The workshop will explore experimental methods and computational analysis tools needed to control cellular behavior on demand by building phenomenological behavioral models of cells that can be used to predict cellular responses to exogenous perturbations and put limits on ability to achieve such control.

Organizers:
John Wikswo (Vanderbilt University) and Ilya Nemenman (LANL).

Program:

14:00-14:05 Ilya Nemenman, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Introduction
14:05-14:30 Fiona A. Chandra, California Institute of Technology, Theoretical performance limit of the autocatalytic glycolysis system (pdf)
14:30-14:55 Howard Salis, University of California, San Francisco, Predicting and controlling translation rate in bacteria (pdf)
14:55-15:20 Alex Groisman, University of California, San Diego, Quantitative studies of bacteria in microfluidic devices (pdf)
15:20-15:40 Coffee Break
15:40-16:05 Brian Munsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Listening to the Noise: Random Fluctuations Reveal Gene Network Parameters (pdf)
16:05-16:30 David Thorsley, University of Washington, Observers for stochastic chemical kinetics (pdf)
16:30-16:55 Bryan C. Daniels, Cornell University, Statistical model selection and prediction of systems’ responses to exogenous perturbations (pdf)
16:55-17:20 Gabriele Lillacci, University of California, Santa Barbara, Parameter estimation and model selection in computational biology (pdf)
17:20-17:45 David Ellison, Johns Hopkins University, Computational model and microfluidic platform for the investigation of paracrine and autocrine signaling in mouse embryonic stem cells (pdf)
 
 

3rd q-bio Conference Venue and Travel Information

  • The site of the conference is the Santa Fe campus of St. John's College
  • Driving directions from the Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) to St. John's College
  • General information about attending a conference at St. John's College
  • A welcome message for attendees of the 2009 q-bio Conference from St. John's College
  • Taxi:
  • Limousine service:
    • Carey of Albuquerque: 888-644-4514
    • Devine Limo: 800-509-5092
    • Star Limo: 505-848-9999
    • Limotion VIP limousine: 505-820-0816
  • Airport shuttle service:
    • Sandia Shuttle Express: 888-775-5696 (toll free)
    • Roadrunner Shuttle: 505-424-3367
    • Twin Hearts Express: 800-654-9456 (toll free)
  • Train/bus service:
    • Rail Runner To take the train to Santa Fe from ABQ (for a total cost of only $7!), look for the city bus stop next to the outside uncovered lane of Sunport Blvd SE, which is just outside of baggage claim. (It is located on the far west side of the pedestrian island.) There are two bus routes that connect ABQ to the Alvarado Transit Center (ATC) in downtown Albuquerque. The 50 is a regular full-size city bus (costs $1 to ride) and it runs every 30 minutes. The 350 is a little tiny bus. It is a free express shuttle that runs directly to the ATC, where you catch the train. The 50 also goes to the ATC (in about the same amount of time), with a few stops in between. You might want to take the 50 if the 350 will be crowded or you have enough time for a stroll around downtown Albuquerque. There are schedules posted at the bus stop. Here is a link the express shuttle schedule: http://www.nmrailrunner.com/images/AirportTimes%205-01-09.jpg The one-way cost of the train ride is $6. You can pay with a credit card (but not AMEX). The ticket agent can also make change if you want to pay in cash. In Santa Fe, you have two options. 1) Get off the train at the last stop, Santa Fe Depot. Then take the free Santa Fe Pick-Up shuttle (you should see a row of shuttle buses parked on Montezuma Ave waiting for passengers; these buses can be crowded) to the Downtown Transit Center, which is next to the Convention Center. A schedule is here: http://www.nmrailrunner.com/PDF/Santa%20Fe%20Pick%20Up%20Schedule.pdf Then take the Route M (Museum Hill) Santa Fe Trails bus directly to St. John's College (tell the bus driver that St. John's College is your destination). A schedule is here: http://santafetrails.santafenm.gov/cms/kunde/rts/santafetrailssantafenmgov/docs/615944413-02-22-2007-14-54-14.pdf It will cost $1 to ride the Santa Fe Trails bus. 2) Alternatively, you can get off the train at the first Santa Fe stop (South Capitol Station) and then take any city bus that picks up at that location to the Downtown Transit Center (make sure the bus is going in the correct direction, toward the Santa Fe Plaza), where you will transfer to the Route M bus.
  • Parking on campus is available but limited. Request a parking permit at the conference registration desk.
  • Early arrival:
    • On-campus lodging is NOT available under any circumstances until noon on Wednesday, August 5.
    • If you plan to arrive on August 4, then you will need to make your own lodging arrangements for the night of August 4.
    • The following hotels are close to downtown Santa Fe and offer relatively reasonable rates: Santa Fe Sage Inn, Old Santa Fe Inn, and The Lodge at Santa Fe. The organizers do not endorse any of these hotels. This listing is provided solely to illustrate what's available
    • A cheaper and more convenient option for a stay on Aug 4, especially for those arriving late in the day, might be a stay at one of many airport hotels in Albuquerque, and catching an early shuttle to Santa Fe on Aug 5.
  • St. John's campus map shows important conference-related sites.

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