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Chemical Tools for Complex Biological Systems II

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Chemical Tools for Complex Biological Systems II

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April 28 - May 1, 2019
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A follow-up to the first chemical tools meeting in 2017, we will again bring together experts in the development of chemistry-based tools that help to unravel signaling networks within cells and tissues. The major themes will include: 1) design of analytical tools for cells and tissue networks, including imaging agents, 2) methods to perturb biological networks in cells and tissues, and 3) strategies to build artificial/model cellular networks for study. We will also include a special session of biologists and/or microscope builders discussing their biological system and its unsolved problems.

Application deadline (EXTENDED!): December 19, 2018 (11:59 p.m. ET)

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Organizers

Zev Gartner, University of California, San Francisco
Luke LavisJanelia Research Campus/HHMI
Jennifer Prescher, University of California, Irvine

Invited Participants

Emily Balskus, Harvard University
Matthew Bogyo, Stanford University
Long Cai, California Institute of Technology
David Chenoweth, University of Pennsylvania
Jason Chin, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Philip Cole, Harvard Medical School
Victoria De Rose, University Oregon
Pamela England, University of California, San Francisco
Dorothea Fiedler, FMP Berlin
Klaus Hahn, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine
Itaru Hamachi, Kyoto University
Howard Hang, Rockefeller University
Bo Huang, University of California, San Francisco
Kai Johnsson, Max Planck Institute of Medical Research
Tarun Kapoor, Rockefeller University
Jennifer Kohler, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Alexis Komor, University of California, San Diego
Eric Kool, Stanford University
Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes, University of Delaware
Dustin Maly, University of Washington
Amy Palmer, University of Colorado at Boulder
Alanna Schepartz, Yale University
Frank Schroeder, Cornell University
Carsten Schultz, Oregon Health and Science University
Erin Schuman, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research
Ian Seiple, University of California, San Francisco
Kevan Shokat, University of California, San Francisco
Scott Sternson, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI
Jack Taunton, University of California, San Francisco
Dirk Trauner, New York University
Eranthie Weerapana, Boston College
Jim Wells, University of California, San Francisco