Remote webcast: 2018 FaceBase Annual Meeting
On Tuesday, May 15th, 2018, the FaceBase Consortium will hold their Annual Meeting at the Tutor Center, University of Southern California and you can watch it from your office. The meeting will be webcast and you can find the broadcast and schedule below.
- Date: Tuesday, May 15, 2018
- Time: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Pacific
Webcast in Real Time
While the meeting is happening, you can watch it at click this link to open in its own browser window for a larger view:
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During this day-long meeting, each FaceBase project will bring us up-to-date on the research goals they have achieved in the past year and their plans for the upcoming year.
|Project talks: 15 min||Q&A: 10 min|
|8:30 AM||Introduction, Opening Remarks, NIDCR Program Updates (Yang Chai, USC and Steven Scholnick, NIH/NIDCR)|
|9:00 AM||FaceBase Hub Updates and Q&A (Carl Kesselman, USC)|
|10:00 AM||Transcriptome Atlases of the Craniofacial Sutures (Ethylin Wang Jabs, Mt. Sinai)|
|10:30 AM||RNA Dynamics in the Developing Mouse Face (Joan Hooper, UC Denver)|
|11:00 AM||Break – 15 min|
|11:15 AM||Rapid Identification and Validation of Human Craniofacial Development Genes (Richard Maas and Eric Liao, Harvard)|
|11:45 AM||Ontology of Craniofacial Development and Malformation (Jim Brinkley, Univ Washington)|
|12:15 PM||Catered Lunch – Half hour|
|12:45 PM||Integrated Research of Functional Genomics and Craniofacial Morphogenesis (Yang Chai, USC)|
|1:15 PM||Human Genomics Analysis Interface for FaceBase 2 (Mary Marazita, Univ Pittsburgh)|
|1:45 PM||Genomic and Transgenic Resources for Craniofacial Enhancer Studies (Axel Visel, Berkeley)|
|2:15 PM||Epigenetic Landscapes and Regulatory Divergence of Human Craniofacial Traits (Licia Selleri, UCSF)|
|2:45 PM||Break – 15 min|
|3:00 PM||Talk: New Developments in GUDMAP and Possible Collaborations (Andrew McMahon, Stem Cell Institute, USC)|
|4:00 PM||Developing 3D Craniofacial Morphometry Data and Tools to Transform Dysmorphology (Richard Spritz, UC Denver)|
|4:30 PM||Anatomical Atlas and Transgenic Toolkit for Late Skull Formation in Zebrafish (Shannon Fisher, Boston University and Matthew Harris, Harvard)|
|5:00 PM||Meeting adjourns|