Annual DSCB Symposium

Friday, June 2, 2017
9:00am - 5:00pm
Genentech Hall Auditorium

The Developmental & Stem Cell Biology Graduate Program at UCSF is hosting the 25th Annual DSCB Symposium on Friday, June 2. All graduate students, faculty and postdocs from Bay Area schools are invited to attend!  

Registration not required to attend, but we would like a headcount for catering purposes.  Please let us know if you plan on attending by RSVPing using SurveyMonkey.

Annual DSCB Symposium Schedule

8:30am - Light Breakfast, Genentech Hall Auditorium

9:00-9:05am - Opening Remarks/Welcome

9:05-9:55am - Mark Krasnow, Stanford: 'A new genetics and model organism for biology, behavior, and health'

10:00-10:50am - Georgia Panagiotakos, UCSF: 'Calcium channel signaling in cortical development and disease'

10:50-11:10am - Coffee Break

11:10-12:00pm - Julie Baker, Stanford: The strange placental landscape: insights into biology, evolution, and disease'

12:05-12:55pm - Steven Altschuler & Lani Wu, UCSF: 'In search of developmental algorithms in guts and brains'

12:55-2:00pm - Lunch, Genentech Hall room 114

2:00-2:50pm - Anne Brunet, Stanford: 'Understanding aging and aging-related diseases'

2:55-3:45pm - Lin He, UC Berkeley: 'miR-34a miRNA regulates the cell fate potential of embryonic stem cells'

3:45-4:00pm - Coffee Break

4:00-4:50pm - Axel Visel, UC Berkeley: 'Distant-Acting enhancers in development, disease, and evolution'