At Ben Gurion University of the Negev, June 27 2013

Program

9:30-9:45
Sonnenfeld Auditorium: Gathering and Coffee
9:45 - 10:00
Welcoming
10:00-10:25
Keynote-Ohad Birk
From Bedside to bench to disease prevention: bioinformatics at work
First Session: Genomics and Epigenomics (Chair: Hanah Margalit)
10:30- 10:55
Ron Shamir
The little Dutch boy and the Genomics tsunami
10:55-11:15
Zohar Yakhini
Bioinformatics in high throughput molecular measurement – an industrial perspective
11:15-11:30
Tommy Kaplan
Embryos start your engines: Activation and control of transcription in early Drosophila development
11:30-11:50
Coffee
11:50-12:45
Keynote Isaac Kohane
Why Bioinformaticians are the Natural Leaders for Precision Medicine?
12:45-14:15
Senate Building: Lunch and Poster Session I (odd numbers)
14:15-14:30
Sonnenfeld Auditorium: Society Meeting
Second Session: Systems and Syntetics Biology (Chair: Ron Unger)
14:30-14:55
Naama Barkai
Robustness and noise in gene circuits
14:55-15:15
Eytan Ruppin
Harnessing synthetic lethality to identify selective cancer drug targets
15:15-15:30
Ruth Hershberg
Cancer is associated with pervasive positive selection on globally expressed genes
15:30- 16:05
Coffee
Third Session: From Protein Translation to Folding and Beyond (Chair: Haim Wolfson)
16:05-16:25
Michal Linial
Reinventing the wheel: A multi-faceted fold
16:25-16:40
Tamir Tuller
Deciphering, modeling, and engineering the gene translation code
16:40-16:55
Yifat Miller
Modeling and design of peptides related to amyloidogenic diseases and biotechnology
16:55-17:10
Sarel Fleishman
Computational design of protein-protein interactions
17:15 -19:00
Senate Building: Poster Session II (Even Numbers) and Evening Reception/Dinner
19:00-19:15
Sonnenfeld Auditorium: Prize Ceremony and Closing Remarks

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