2015 CEGR Fall Retreat

Every year, the PIs leading the labs in The Center for Eukaryotic Gene Regulation (CEGR) invite their staff and families to a Fall retreat. Our faculty host a Center-wide activity outside of normal collaborative lab work and the Megameeting on Tuesdays.  This year’s event will be hosted at Shaver’s Creek on Friday, October 16th from 3-9pm.  This year we will be a fully catered event for dinner and refreshments will be available for the poster session which will be held this year as well.

Schedule of Events

3:00 – 4:30pm CEGR hike – Lake Trail (2.5 miles)

-Start at Shavers Creek Environmental Center

4:30 – 6:30pm

 

PI-led Discussions

4:30 – 5:00pm:  Joe Reese

5:00 – 5:30pm:  Frank Pugh

5:30 – 6:00pm:  Lucy Bai

6:00 – 6:30pm:  Dave Gilmour

-Future research trends, Scientific questions, Topics of interest

-Refreshments. Lower Classroom outdoors

 6:30 – 7:30pm Dinner

-Benjamin’s Catering. Indoor Lower Classroom

 7:30 – 9:00pm Poster Sessions

-Discovery Center, indoors

Refreshments


Poster Session

Title:Author:
• Each poster session author will be provided with a 4' x 4' poster board area and mounting velcro. The board will indicate the poster number in upper right or left corner, each side will be labeled A or B. Authors are responsible for mounting their posters and removing them as soon as the session ends. Posters left up past that time will be discarded.
• All illustrations, charts, etc., to be posted should be prepared in advance as materials for these purposes will not be
available at the meeting site. CEGR will provide velcro for the posters.
• Authors may wish to bring extra copies of their data and conclusions. No duplication facilities will be available. Authors may also wish to provide sign-up sheets or a QR code for attendees who may wish additional information, reprints, etc.
1.a PADID is required for METs formationJinquan Sun (Wang Lab)
1.b mRNA decay factors are recruited to up-regulated genes upon stressJason Miller (Reese Lab)
2.a Genome wide reprogramming of transcription machinery under physiological perturbationVinesh Vinayanchandran (Pugh Lab)
2.b Investigating the structural basis for the Drosophila melanogaster CTD codeEric Gibbs (Showalter Lab)
3.a A structural and genomic interrogation of the intrinsically disordered Pol II CTDBede Portz (Gilmour Lab)
3.b Stepwise reconstitution of genomic nucleosome organization with pure proteinsMegha Wal (Pugh Lab)
4.a In vitro genomics reveal the intrinsic DNA sequence determinants of TF binding in s. cerevisiaeMatt Rossi (Pugh Lab)
4.b Gene expression noise in divergence gene expressionChao Yan (Bai Lab)
5.a Molecular mechanisms of RPG regulationRohit Reja (Pugh Lab)
5.b Gene regulation by long-distance interactions in yeastMandy Du (Bai Lab)
6.a Nanoparticles formed by self assembly molecules as anticancer nano medicineJie Xiang (Wang Lab)
6.b Transcription factor binding sites that are bound in multiple conditions have distinctive featuresAkshay Kakumanu (Mahony Lab)

CEGR Fall Retreat 2015 PDF