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Gene Regulatory Networks for Development Course at MBL

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Course Date: October 9 – October 22, 2016

Deadline: July 29, 2016 | Apply here

2015 Syllabus (PDF)

Directors: David McClay, Duke University; Isabelle Peter, California Institute of Technology

This Course is intended for advanced graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and professional scientists. It will continue for 10 intense days and will comprise morning lectures followed by workshop discussions; afternoon computer practicals leading to student projects; and wet lab demonstrations of gene regulatory perturbation analysis in vivo. Lectures will provide in depth analyses of well studied gene regulatory networks (GRNs) in both embryonic and post embryonic developmental systems; a comprehensive theory of developmental GRN structure and of the explanatory value of GRNs; and discussion of the rapidly growing area of GRN evolution. The practicals will include introduction and use of BioTapestry, the leading computational platform for representation of GRNs; outlines of kinetic analysis and GRN modeling, and relevant special topics in gene regulation as they pertain to development and evolution.

This course is supported with funds provided by:
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
NIH / National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
Society for Developmental Biology
The Company of Biologists

2015 Course Faculty

Scott Barolo, University of Michigan
James Briscoe, NIMR London
Martha Bulyk, Harvard Med
Doug Erwin, Smithsonian Institution
Justin Kumar, Indiana University
Arthur Lander, UCI
Bill Longabaugh, ISB, Seattle
Dave McClay, Duke
Roger Patient, Oxford
Isabelle Peter, Caltech
Rob Phillips, Caltech
Ellen Rothenberg, Caltech
Harinder Singh, Cincinnati

Last Updated: 2016-07-21