SEB Prague 2020

Cell Biology Sessions

Cell Biology

Dynamic organization of the nucleus across kingdoms’ Nuclear Dynamics SIG

Organisers:
  • David Evans (Oxford Brookes University, UK)
Speakers:
  • Kentaro Tamura (University of Shizuoka, Japan) - Nuclear envelope organisation in plant development
  • Mark Field (University of Dundee, UK) - The architecture of the trypanosome nuclear envelope: Divergence, conservation and adaptation
  • Ralph Gräf (Potsdam University, Germany) - Light and stress-induced assembly of the Dictyostelium lamin
  • Eva Bártová (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - Epigenetics of DNA repair
  • Eric Schirmer (University of Edinburgh, UK) - Nucleoplasmic signals promote directed transmembrane protein import simultaneously via multiple channels of the NPC
  • Jindřiška Fišerová (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - TPR regulates nuclear pore distribution, nuclear shape and mechanotransduction
  • Ales Pecinka (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - Maintenance of nuclear organization and stability by SMC5/6 complex
  • Dariusz Plewczyński (University of Warsaw, Poland) - Three-dimensional GeNOme Modeling Engine for data-driven biophysical simulations of CTCF and RNAPII-mediated higher-order chromatin organization
  • Alwin Köhler (University of Vienna, Austria) - The role of liquid-liquid phase separation in nuclear ubiquitin signaling
  • Maria Vartiainen (University of Helsinki, Finland) - Actin’ on transcription

ANIMAL & CELL BIOLOGY

ENVIRONMENTAL FLUCTUATION

Neurotransmitters to phermones: the response of physiological and behavioural signals to environmental change

Organisers:
  • Katherine Sloman (University of West Scotland, UK)
  • Danielle McDonald (University of Miami-RSMAS, USA)

Episodic hypoxia: mammalian species with exceptional tolerance and how to study them

Organisers:
  • Frank van Breukelen (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA)
  • Allyson Hindle (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA)

Do environmental contaminants alter energy balance, how can we find out and how much does it matter?

Organisers:
  • Kimberley Bennett

The physiology behind phenotypic plasticity in rapidly changing environments

Organisers:
  • Tamzin Blewett (University of Alberta, Canada)
  • Tommy Norin (Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark)
SPEAKERS:
  • Trish Schulte (University of British Columbia, Canada) - Mechanisms of plasticity in tolerance to abiotic stressors in fish
  • Clare Stawski (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway) - Physiological and behavioural plasticity of Australian marsupials in a changing environment
  • Tobias Wang (Aarhus University, Denmark) - Phenotypic flexibility of digestive and cardiovascular function to intermittent feeding bouts in snakes and other vertebrates
  • Andrew Turko (University of Guelph, Canada) - Feedback among phenotypically plastic behavioural, physiological, and morphological traits in amphibious fish moving between water and land

ANIMAL, CELL AND PLANT BIOLOGY

BIG DATA

Omics approaches to ecophysiology

Organisers:
  • Oliver Tills (University of Plymouth, UK)
  • Manuela Truebano Garcia (University of Plymouth, UK)
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Impact of chromatin domains on plant phenotypes

Madrid, Spain
9 - 11 December 2019