EAB Meeting Fall 2014

 

External Advisory Board Meeting

for NIH BTRR on

“MMBioS: High Performance Computing for

Multiscale Modeling of Biological Systems”

U of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon U, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center & Salk Institute

 

Meeting Place: Department of Computational and Systems Biology, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, BST3, 3501 Fifth Avenue, Room 6014, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Agenda

Thursday October 30

8:15am-8:45am

Breakfast

8:45am-10:15am

TR&D3 + Associated DBPs/C&SPs

8:45am-9:05am

Bob Murphy, PhD

TR&D3 Aim 1: Image-Derived Generative Spatiotemporal Models of Cell Organization

9:05am-9:10am

Bob Murphy, PhD

C&SP7: Interfacing Image-Derived Generative Models with Cell Simulation Engines

9:10am-9:15am

Christoph Wuelfing, PhD

DBP4: Itk as a Regulator of the Spatiotemporal Organization of T-cell Signaling

9:15am-9:40am

Art Wetzel, PhD

TR&D3 Aim 2: High efficiency registration and analysis algorithms

9:40am-9:45am

Clay Reid, PhD

DBP5: Functional Connectomics: Terascale Reconstructions of Cortical Circuits

9:45am-9:50am

Jeff Lichtman, PhD

C&SP10: Advancing high-throughput thin-section scanning EM to study relationships between neuronal circuit structure and function

9:50am-9:55am

Art Wetzel, PhD

TR&D3 Aim 3: Virtual Volume Filesystem

9:55am-10:15am

Discussion of TR&D3 and Associated DBPs and C&SPs

10:15am-10:45am

Coffee Break

10:45am-12:15pm

TR&D2 + Associated DBPs/C&SPs

10:45am-11:15am

Jim Faeder, PhD

Overview of the Aims and Technical Progress

11:15am-11:35am

Mary Kennedy, PhD

DBP2: Dynamics of CaMKII Activation in Dendritic Spines

11:35am-11:55am

Stephen D. Meriney, PhD

C&SP8: Dynamics of Calcium Release in the NMJ

11:55am-12:15pm

Thomas Bartol, PhD

Spatial Modeling of Cell Division

12:15pm-1:15pm

Lunch Break

1:15pm-2:45pm

TR&D1 + associated DBPs/C&SPs

1:15pm-1:45pm

Ivet Bahar, PhD

Overview of the Aims and Progress

1:45pm-1:55pm

Gonzalo Torres, PhD

DBP1: Insights into G-protein modulation of human dopamine transporter

1:55pm-2:05pm

Alexander D. Sorkin, PhD

Endocytosis of dopamine transporter (DAT): Mechanisms and role in DAT function

2:05pm-2:25pm

Chris Langmead, PhD

Probabilistic Graphical Model Based Analysis and Modeling of Ensembles of Conformers

2:25pm-2:45pm

Dan Zuckerman, PhD

Wrestling with scales: New tools for molecular simulation and beyond

2:45pm-3:05pm

Training and Dissemination

2:45pm-3:05pm

Markus Dittrich, PhD

Overview of Training and Dissemination Activities

3:05pm-4:30pm

Coffee Break

3:05pm-4:30pm

Discussion and Poster Session