The Center for Computational Biology at the Flatiron Institute in New York City will hold a two-day workshop, “The 3D Nucleome”, intended to bring together researchers working in sometimes separated domains of study of the nucleus.
These domains include biophysics, computational biology, mathematical modeling, epigenomics, genetics, and molecular biology. We are hoping for an intimate environment that encourages the free exchange of ideas and discussions of ongoing work.
For a detailed schedule go here.
Name Affiliation Bassem Al-Sady University of California, San Francisco Jan Brugues Max Planck Institute Geoff Fudenberg University of California, San Francisco R.A. Greenstein University of California, San Francisco Kotaro Kelley New York Structural Biology Center Wai Lim Ku National Institutes of Health Achal Mahajan University of California, San Diego John Marko Northwestern University Leonid Mirny Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clodagh O'Shea Salk Institute Thomas Quail Max Planck Institute Bing Ren University of California, San Diego Kevin Ren Massachusetts Institute of Technology David Saintillan University of California, San Diego Helmut Schiessel Leiden University Alice Sherrard Salk Institute Max Staller Washington University St. Louis Clarice Kit Yee Hong Washington University St. Louis Keji Zhao National Institutes of Health Alexandra Zidovska New York University