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Seattle Cell Science Symposium 2022

Seattle Cell Science Symposium 2022

The 2022 Symposium was hosted virtually and featured two half-days of presentations from leaders in the field of cell biology. The overarching theme of the event was "Data integration from multiomics to imaging".

Presentations highlighted new technologies that combine high throughput imaging and omics data to create a multifaceted perspective of cell biology. These collective efforts will contribute to understanding cell states and identities in a spatiotemporal manner.

Each day also included a panel discussion on the future of the field and team talks from the Allen Institute for Cell Science.

THURSDAY, 1/27/2022 - FRIDAY, 1/28/2022
8:30am-12:00pm Pacific Time daily

The livestream recordings for this event are available on our YouTube channel.

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Please contact Events@alleninstitute.org with any questions. 

Event Overview (All Times Pacific)

Thursday, January 27

8:25-8:30am - Virtual meeting log-in
8:30am - Welcome: Ru Gunawardane, Executive Director, Allen Institute for Cell Science
8:30-8:45am - Introductory remarks: Susanne Rafelski, Allen Institute for Cell Science
8:45-9:05am -
Lucas Pelkmans, University of Zurich
9:05-9:25am - Chantell Evans, Duke University
9:25-9:45am - Brian Beliveau, University of Washington
9:45-9:55am - Break
9:55-10:25am - Epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT) Team Talk, Allen Institute for Cell Science 
10:25-10:45am - Johannes Schöeneberg, University of California San Diego
10:45-11:05am - Devin Schweppe, University of Washington
11:05-11:45am - Panel Discussion 
11:45-11:50am - Closing Remarks

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Friday, January 28

8:25-8:30am - Virtual meeting log-in
8:30-8:45am - Welcome and introductory remarks: Graham Johnson, Allen Institute for Cell Science
8:45-9:05am -
David Goodsell, Scripps Research
9:05-9:25am - Sanja Vickovic, Broad Institute
9:25-9:45am - Shila Ghazanfar, University of Cambridge
9:45-9:55am - Break
9:55-10:15am - Sabine Petry, Princeton University
10:15-10:35am - Matthew Akamatsu, University of Washington
10:35-11:05am - Nuclear Morphogenesis Team, Allen Institute for Cell Science
11:05-11:45am - Panel Discussion 
11:45-11:50am - Closing Remarks