Workshop

Thursday

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29 Oct

,

15:00

Size control in Biological Systems

Details:

Details:

Please register for the next edition of Emory's Theory and Modeling of Living Systems (TMLS) workshop series – “On being the right size: Is the search for underlying physical principles a wild-goose chase?”!

When: Thursday, October 29th from 10 am to 1:30 pm EST
Where: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiGYXFkcL90 (live stream)
Register: https://tinyurl.com/y2d3rdyd

Speakers:
Wallace Marshall (UCSF) – Flagellar length control system - a paradigm for organelle size?
Lishibanya Mohapatra (RIT) & Shashank Shekhar (Emory) – Mechanisms of size regulation of the actin cytoskeleton.
Kinneret Keren (Technion) - What determines the speed of a motile cell?
Stephanie Weber (McGill) – Regulation of spatial organization and size of intracellular organelles.
Marija Zanic (Vanderbilt) - Dynamic Architecture of the Microtubule Cytoskeleton.
Dan Fletcher (UC Berkeley) – How surface proteins size influences cell-cell signaling.
Ken Andersen (DTU) – Cell size and diversity of unicellular plankton.
Karl Niklas (Cornell) - Dynamic patterning modules and the phylogenetic diversity of organismic size-regulation.