International C. elegans Conference GSA is proud to support e international community of C. elegans researchers and sponsors e International C. elegans Conference every two years. Attendees learn about cutting-edge research in a diverse array of topics, including: physiology, neurobiology, development, evolution, behavior, aging, ecology, gene regulation, genomics, and more. C. elegans Community Information. Connect wi e C. elegans research community at TAGC Online! e meeting’s unique format offers multiple opportunities for you to share your work, learn about e latest research and tools, and build community. Hear e latest at e C. elegans Community Session and Poster Sessions. 1 Page Oliver Hobert Curriculum vitae Dr. Oliver Hobert Columbia University, New York 2002,2008,20 Guest lecturer in Cold Spring Harbor Course C. elegans, Co-Organizer (wi M. Sundaram) 18 International C. elegans meeting, Los Angeles Co-Organizer (wi R. Kingston) Cell Press Conference Epigenetics. Page 1 Oliver Hobert Curriculum vitae Dr. Oliver Hobert Columbia University, New York 2002,2008,20 Guest lecturer in Cold Spring Harbor Course C. elegans, Co-Organizer (wi M. Sundaram) 18 International C. elegans meeting, Los Angeles Co-Organizer (wi R. Kingston) Cell Press Conference Epigenetics. 01, · Invertebrate and vertebrate nervous systems generate different types of dopaminergic neurons in distinct parts of e brain. We have taken a genetic approach to understand how e four functionally related, but lineally unrelated, classes of dopaminergic neurons of e nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, located in distinct parts of its nervous system, are specified. 17 International C. elegans Conference, e 2009 University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Investigating C. elegans Learning as a Possible Approach to e Study of Consciousness Nikhil Bhatla and Bob Horvitz. e microRNA mir-71 Is Involved in e Regulation of Longevity and Stress Responses in C. elegans Konstantinos Boulias and Bob Horvitz. 12 International C. elegans Meeting, e 1999. CHARACTERIZATION OF E SYN ETIC MULTIVULVA SUPPRESSOR GENE isw-1, A HOMOLOG OF E DROSOPHILA CHROMATIN-REMODELING ATPASE ISWI Erik Andersen, Xiaowei Lu, Scott Clark, Bob Horvitz 12 International C. elegans Meeting, e 1999. A JCB interview (04/) wi a scientist working on axonal transport in C. elegans. Prerana was voted Miss N U (of all international students) e highly acclaimed Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Ad goes to 3 scientists working on molecular motors. Chih-Wei received e TSBMB Meeting Poster Ad (5 of 90 posters). She uses C. elegans to study how chromatin regulators and cytoplasmic germ granules contribute to specifying and guiding development of e germline. She was Co-Organizer of e 1987, 1999, and 2001 International C. elegans Meetings, and of e 2006 Germ Cells meeting. Her ads include 1988-90 and 1992-97 American Cancer Society Faculty Ads, a 1998-99 Guggenheim Fellowship, and . e 22nd International C.elegans Conference was successfully concluded in Los Angeles on e 24, . is International Conference attracted more an 1,660 participants from 34 countries. e agenda included 4 plenary sessions, 12 concurrent sessions and 15 workshops. A total of 1,030 academic posters were collected and displayed at e. 9:00 Keynote Map making in C. elegans: Charting e nervous system Oliver Hobert 9:30 O-11 WormGUIDES: Making Neural Development Visible and Accessible An ony Santella 9:45 O-12 e multilayer connectome of C. elegans William R Schafer :00 O-13 Mapping C. elegans neuropeptide-receptor interactions by unbiased reverse pharmacology Isabel Beets. Kelly L. Howell, Oliver Hobert. 465A e C. elegans CDK8 Mediator module regulates specific axon guidance isions in e ventral cord and suppresses SAX-3/ROBO activity during dorsal axon navigation. Andreas Steimel, Jinkyo Suh, Angela Hussainkhel, Samineh Deheshi, Jennifer Grants, Richard Zapf, Donald Moerman, Stefan Taubert, Harald Hutter. 466B. * * *About e C. elegans ConferenceAbout 1,700 scientists attended e 20 International C. elegans Meeting. e meeting featured more an 200 talks and 1,000 poster presentations on a diverse. International C. elegans Meeting. Held in early summer of e odd-numbered years. 16 International C. elegans Meeting. University of California at Los Angeles e 27- y 1, 2007 Organizing Committee Victor Ambros (co-head organizer) Anne Hart (co-head organizer) Alex van der Bliek (local organizer). Cell Fate Restriction and Reprogramming in C. elegans. Tulsi Patel, Oliver Hobert. 764A. Regulation of Post-embryonic Seam Cell Proliferation and Identity by e Non-Receptor Tyrosine Kinase, FRK-1. Aaron Putzke, Danielle Mila, Ka erine Genzink, McLane Watson, Caroline Askonas, Kelsey Moore. 765B. WormBase is supported by grant U24 HG002223 from e National Human Genome Research Institute at e US National Institutes of Heal, e UK Medical Research Council and e UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. You are invited to attend e 20 International C. elegans Meeting. e meeting will be returning to e University of California, Los Angeles and will be held e 24-28, . Cutting-edge research is presented on diverse topics, including: physiology, neurobiology, development, ecology and evolution, behavior, aging, ecology, gene regulation and genomics. Ma ematical models of e neuronal circuits at steer C. elegans learning and ision making . 22 C. elegans International Meeting, Genetics Society of America, Los Angeles, CA, USA, *. C16. 14 - 8:30 Identification of el synaptonemal complex components in C. elegans. Mat ew Hurlock Johns Hopkins University 15 - 8:42 Regulation of sister chromatid crossovers maintains genomic integrity during meiosis. Erik Toraason University of Oregon 16 - 8:54 Specific chromatin ks regulate e recognition of crossover position for accurate chromosome segregation. e Genetics Society of America and e C. elegans research community are pleased to announce e recipients of e GSA poster ads at e 20 International C. elegans Meeting, which took place at e University of California, Los Angeles, e 24-28, . e ads were made to undergraduate and graduate students in recognition of e research ey presented at e conference. Events - International C. Elegans Conference - Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center - Washington - District of Columbia - - - Event Overview: You are invited to attend eInternational C. elegans Meeting. GSA is proud to support e international community of C. elegans researchers and sponsors e C. elegans genetics conference every two years. e Genetics Society of America and e C. elegans research community are pleased to announce e recipients of e GSA poster ads at e 20 International C. elegans Meeting, which took place. Student researchers recognized for posters presented at C. elegans Meeting y 24, BE ESDA, MD - e Genetics Society of America (GSA) and e C. elegans research community are pleased to announce e recipients of e GSA poster ads at e 20 International C. elegans Meeting, which took place at e University of California, Los Angeles, e 24-28, . e Genetics Society of America (GSA) is an international professional membership organization for scientific researchers and educators in e field of genetics. We are dedicated to promoting genetics research and to facilitating communication among geneticists worldwide. Past Meetings : Barcelona, Spain: e 13-17, Meeting Organizers: Sophie Jarriault, Alex Hajnal & Sander van den Heuvel : Orlando, Florida y 13 -17 TAGC Meeting Meeting Organizers: Kevin O'Connell & Monica Gotta & Paul Sternberg : Nara, Japan y 15 -19 Meeting Organizers: Asako Sugimoto, Andrew Chisholm & Ahna Skop : Madison Meeting Organizers: Jeremy Nance, . C. Ryan Oliver et al. Keystone Symposium Organ on a Chip. Eleni Gourgou and I will be presenting Real-time behavioral study of C. elegans by dynamic in situ photopatterning of hydrogel assays at e C. elegans International Conference. Hope to see you ere e 24-28. Oliver Hobert & Hang Lu Live Imaging of e C. elegans Connectome NeuroNex 9:50 pm c Ham lund, David Miller, Nenad Sestan & Oliver Hobert CeNGEN e C. elegans Neuronal Gene Expression Map and Network (CeNGEN) iii Tuesday, e 26 7:00 am – 5:00 p. 13, · e C. elegans community is having sessions at e Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC), April 22-26, in Washington DC, organized by a Soto and Mike Boxem. Note at e abstract and early registration deadline is ember 5. e C. elegans . Live Imaging of e C. elegans Connectome. Oliver Hobert, Hang Lu. Enhanced resolution for 3DEM analysis of synapses across brain regions and taxa. Kristen Harris. MINT: New structure and function tools for circuit mapping. View All International Networks Projects. GSA organizes a number of scientific meetings, including many focused on model organisms of use in genetic studies. C. elegans: e C. elegans Meeting is generally held in odd-number years. Chlamydomonas: e International Conference on e Cell and Molecular Biology of Chlamydomonas is generally held every four years in Nor America. 03, · is collaborative event, e Pittsburgh-Munich International Lung Conference, will hereafter be hosted by e two institutions in alternating years. e focus of e meeting was on aging, aiming to promote e interaction of academic leaders in clinical, translational, and basic research focused on e intersection of aging and lung disease. 1999 Genetic Map of C. elegans: Call for Data: 1: Jona an Hodgkin, Richard Durbin and Sylvia tinelli: Reminder of e 12 International C. elegans Meeting: 1: Susan Strome: Genomic and Genetic Resources for C. elegans Research: 2: ty Chalfie: Ver midi II: 3: Na alie Pujol and Jona an Ewbank: Positions Available-Exelixis. P Mehat, L Sun, S Chung & CV Gabel. Acute laser dissection of mechanosensory circuitry in C. elegans. International C. elegans Meeting, e 26-30, . Los Angeles, CA. Poster presentation. Zachary Monge (Professor Alice Cronin-Golomb, CAS – Psychology). Caenorhabditis elegans (/ ˌ s iː n oʊ r æ b ˈ d aɪ t ə s ˈ ɛ l ə ɡ æ n s /) is a free-living transparent nematode about 1 mm in leng at lives in temperate soil environments. It is e type species of its genus. e name is a blend of e Greek caeno-(recent), rhabditis (rod-like) and Latin elegans (elegant). In 1900, Maupas initially named it Rhabditides elegans. 01, · Bleaching gravid C. elegans followed by a short period of starvation of e L1 larvae is a routine me od performed by worm researchers for generating synchronous populations for experiments. During e process of investigating dietary effects on gene regulation in L1 stage worms by single-worm RNA-Seq, we found at e density of resuspended L1 larvae affects expression of many mRNAs. e organizers for e C. elegans Development, Cell Biology and Gene Expression Topic Meeting are pleased to announce at e meeting will be held y 13-17, in Orlando, Florida. e meeting will be co-located wi e Allied Genetics Conference (TAGC) at e Orlando World Center riott. You won't want to miss is meeting where you can build relationships at are key to future. , · Meet C. elegans, e nematode worm. e tiny translucent creatures will star Saturday during Florida Tech's four annual Florida Worm Meeting at e Olin Life Sciences Auditorium. C. elegans Meeting Organizing Committee. Co-chairs: Benjamin Podbilewicz Technion-IIT Gillian Stanfield University of Utah. Organizing Committee: ie Ahringer University of Cambridge Erik Andersen Nor western University Maureen Barr Rutgers University Peter Boag Monash University. 03, · Me ods. To immobilize worms (Fig. 1), we placed one or more NGM-washed C. elegans and 0.25–2 µL of a suspension of polystyrene beads (Polysciences, 2.5 by volume, 0.1 µm diameter or as specified) on a pad containing 5– agarose in NGM buffer (as described but wi out agar, peptone, or cholesterol) or M9.We did not find e exact ickness or solute composition of e pad to be. 06, · Devyn Oliver, University of Massachusetts Medical School Structural and molecular analysis of a el model of dendritic spines in C. elegans Meghan Arnold and Ryan Guasp, Rutgers University Structural Components and Genetic Requirements of Exophers and eir Formation Munzareen Khan, Brandeis University. C. elegans is a free-living soil nematode at eats bacteria. It is an important model organism for studies of genetics, development, and cell biology. Over ,000 individual C. elegans can live on a single petri dish. ere are 2 es: hermaphrodites and males. Adults will live 2-3 weeks. A wild type C. elegans adult body consists of 959 cells. C. elegans neuroscience topic meeting will be returning to Madison, Wisconsin in . All sessions and meals will take place at e Memorial Union on e beautiful University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Plenary Speakers: Miriam Goodman, Stanford University, USA. Yu and Chow, International C. elegans Meeting 2001, 424. Yu et al., in prep.). 2.2.3. O er examples of non-allelic non-complementation Non-allelic non-complementation has been noted in o er processes. In particular, in a screen for suppressors of (Oliver Hobert pers. comm.). View Oliver Stroh’s profile on LinkedIn, e world's largest professional community. Oliver has 7 jobs listed on eir profile. See e complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Oliver’s Title: Systems Engineer. We show at during C. elegans oogenesis WAPL-1 antagonizes binding of cohesin containing COH-3/4 kleisins, but not REC-8, demonstrating at sensitivity to WAPL-1 is dictated by kleisin identity. By restricting e amount of chromosome-associated COH-3/4 cohesin, WAPL-1 controls chromosome structure roughout meiotic prophase.Title: Postdoral Researcher at . A Systematic Genetic Interaction Anaysis of Signaling Pa ways in C. elegans , in Development & Evolution Meeting, 2006. 2005 C. Powell and Stuart, J. Biological pa way prediction from multiple data sources using iterative Bayesian updating , in Computational Systems Bioinformatics Conference, 2005. e purpose of is first workshop on parasitic nematodes is to bring toge er experts from e C. elegans and parasite biology communities to foster interaction and cross-fertilization of ideas between researchers in ese related fields. is workshop is e first of its kind in e region, and it presents 5 sessions on cutting-edge research on major topics, including: parasitic models.