CellBio 2022

CellBio 2022

Learn about current cell biology research from the Allen Institute at ASCB/EMBO's CellBio meeting in Washington, DC.

December 3-7, 2022

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Visit our booth

Meet scientists from the Allen Institute, learn about our open resources, talk to our recruiting team about career opportunities, meet our diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEI&B) program manager, participate in UX testing, and more at booth #1424.

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Session: Open Data and Tools in Education

Sunday, December 4, 9:30-11am, Room 140A

The Allen Institute for Cell Science provides open source data on their website for the public community to utilize for their own research and educational purposes. Over the years, we have collaborated with educators in the community to develop lesson plans that utilize their resources. We will use this workshop to showcase some open resources provided by the Allen Institute for Cell Science and others, and how they can be utilized for powerful educational experiences.

Organizers: Gideon Dunster, Allen Institute for Cell Science, and Kaitlyn Casimo, Allen Institute

Speakers: Carlos Goller, North Carolina State University, Sarah Latchney, St Mary's College of Maryland, Tom Martinez, Glenbard East High School (retired)

Sessions

Subgroup: Beyond Pretty Pictures: Quantitative methods for learning cell biology from microscopy datasets

Saturday, December 3, 1:48-2:03pm

Integrated intracellular organization and its variations in human iPS cells. M Viana.

Subgroup: Science and Art: Bridging two creative universes

Saturday, December 3, 2:02-2:12pm

Medical illustration & visual analysis driving science & intuition. G Johnson.

Microsypmosium: Regulation of Tissue Development and Maintenance

Monday, December 5, 11:20-11:25am

The Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in early differentiation: integrating and interrogating cell organization, cell behavior, and cell identity. A Borensztejn.

Posters

Sunday, December 4

Learning Representations of 3D Intracellular Structures and their Organization using Deep Generative Models. G Pires. Board B603, 12:15-1:45pm, Poster Session: Spatial Temporal Modeling & Bioinformatics.

Exploring mechanistic rules governing emergent hiPSC colony dynamics using iterative agent-based model development. J Yu. Board B590, 1:45-3:15pm, Poster Session: Spatial Temporal Modeling & Bioinformatics.

Monday, December 5

Sources of variation of nuclear shape dynamics in growing hiPSCs. J Cass. Board B423, 12:15-1:45pm, Poster Session: Establishing and Maintaining Organelle Structure.

Temporal Transcriptome Analysis of Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Human iPSCs reveals Greater Variation in Lineage Progression at Time Points Associated with Key EMT Behaviors. N Gomez. Board B665, 12:15-1:45pm, Poster Session: Stem cells and Pluripotency.

Integrated intracellular organization and its variations in human iPS cells. M Viana. Board B424, 1:45-3:45pm, Poster Session: Establishing and Maintaining Organelle Structure.

The Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in early differentiation: integrating and interrogating cell organization, cell behavior, and cell identity. A Borensztejn. Board B636, 1:45-3:45pm, Poster Session: Cell Fate Determination 1.

Tuesday, December 6

Automated Tissue Culture Workflow for Plating, Maintenance, and Differentiation of hiPSCs on Glass Bottom Plates for 3D Live Cell Microscopy, and their Cryovial Banking for Freezing and Distribution. B Gregor. Board B18, 1:45-3:15pm, Poster Session: New Technologies for Cell Biology.

Illuminating dynamic structural states in hiPSCs through endogenous gene tagging. B Roberts. Board B22, 1:45-3:15pm, Poster Session: New Technologies for Cell Biology.

A modular, deep learning-based analysis framework for high resolution 3D timelapse imaging of cells and nuclei in hiPSC colonies. B Morris. Board B613, 1:45-3:15pm, Poster Session: Systems and Synthetic Biology.

Establishing Different Conditions to Generate Epithelial to Mesenchymal Transition (EMT) in Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells to Study Cell State Transitions. G Dalgin. Board B686, 1:45-3:15pm, Poster Session: Cell Fate Determination 2.