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PAG XXVI Plenary Speakers

  • e.buckler 120pxEdward S. Buckler
    USDA-ARS/Cornell
    University,
    NY, USA
  • g.coruzzi 120pxGloria Coruzzi
    NYU Center for
    Genomics & Systems
    Biology, NY, USA
  • d.liang 120pxLiang Dong
    Iowa State
    University,
    IA, USA
  • m.sayresMelissa A. Wilson
    Sayres 
    Arizona State
    University, AZ, USA
  • j.shendure 120pxJay Shendure
    HHMI/University
    of Washington
    WA, USA
  • d.ware 120pxDoreen Ware
    USDA-ARS/Cold Spring
    Harbor Laboratory,
    NY, USA
  • b.whitelaw2 120pxBruce Whitelaw
    The Roslin Institute,
    University of Edinburgh,
    UK

g.coruzzi 160Carroll & Milton Petrie Professor of Biology, NYU Center for Genomics & Systems Biology, NY, USA
Tuesday, January 16, 8:00 AM / Town & Country Ballroom

Talk Title:  “The 4th Dimension of Gene Regulatory Networks: TIME.”

Bio:

Dr. Gloria Coruzzi is currently the Carroll & Milton Petrie Professor at New York University’s Center for Genomics and Systems Biology.  Her research in Systems Biology combines genomic, bioinformatic and system biology approaches to identify gene networks involved in dynamic transcriptional regulatory mechanisms.  Her recent studies exploit time - the 4th and largely unexplored dimension of transcriptional networks - to temporally perturb transcription factor function, and to model dynamic gene regulatory networks that can predict network states at future time-points, the ultimate goal of systems biology. The dynamic gene regulatory networks uncovered have revealed new biology associated with nitrogen nutrient signaling in plants including a “Hit-and-Run” mode of dynamic transcription.   Most recently, a “just-in-time” analysis of time-series transcriptome data has uncovered an otherwise hidden transcriptional logic cascade that underlies nitrogen signaling and use in plants.  Importantly, these time-based analysis approaches can be used to uncover the temporal “transcriptional logic” for any biological response system in any organism.  Dr. Coruzzi’s research is funded by the National Institutes of Health, The National Science Foundation, and the Department of Energy.  Dr. Coruzzi was named an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow in 2005, a Fellow of the American Society of Plant Biology (ASPB) in 2010, was awarded the ASPB Stephen Hales Prize in 2016.  She currently serves on several editorial and scientific advisory boards including The Arabidopsis Information Portal (AIP) and the DOE Joint Genome Institute (JGI) Plant Program Advisory Board.

 

Plenary Lecture Schedule

Sunday, January 14

6:15 PM - Melissa Wilson Sayres  


Monday, January 15

8:00 AM - Edward S. Buckler  

8:45 AM - Liang Dong    


Tuesday, January 16

8:00 AM - Gloria Coruzzi   

8:45 AM - Bruce Whitelaw   


Wednesday, January 17

8:00 AM - Jay Shendure   

8:45 AM - Doreen Ware


All Plenary Lectures will be in the Town & Country Ballroom.  

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2019 - PAG-XXVII - January 12-16
2020 - PAG-XXVIII - January 11-15
2021 - PAG-XXIX - January 9-13

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