Upcoming BASS (Boston Area Systems and Synthetic Biology) Meeting
October 20, 2010 § Leave a comment
BASS Meeting is a regular gathering of the Boston Area Systems and Synthetic (BASS) Biology community.
Our intention is to bring the community together and to foster collaborations.
The meeting starts with a (free) pizza dinner followed by 2-3 30 min talks.
Next meeting: October 20th, 5pm – 7pm
Monadnock room, Broad Institute
1. Using protein-binding microarrays (PBMs) to examine specificity in protein-DNA binding and co-activator recruitment governing expression of yeast sulfur metabolism genes
BWH, Genetics Division, HMS (Lab: Martha Bulyk)
2. On the morphological variation in the beaks of Darwin’s finches
Harvard University, Dept. of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Growth landscape formed by perception and import of glucose in yeast
MIT, Dept. of Physics & Biology, (Lab: Alexander van Oudenaarden)
Pascal Braun, CCSB/DFCI; Claudia Falter, CCSB/ DFCI; David Gifford, MIT; Curtis
Huttenhower, HSPH; Aviv Regev, Broad; Marc Vidal, CCSB/ DFCI; Muhammad Zaman, BU.
To receive BASS announcements or to volunteer as a speaker please contact CCSB: firstname.lastname@example.org