Chromatin, Replication and Chromosomal stability

- Chromosomal architecture
- Chromosomal stability
- Replication structure and fork progression
- Chromatin maintenance and cellular memory
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Confirmed speakers
Keynote speakers
Adrian Bird (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Reading the DNA methylation signal


Susan Gasser (Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Switzerland)
Heterochromatin and nuclear organization through development

Invited speakers
Karlene Cimprich (Stanford University, US)
Novel mechanisms for maintaining genome stability at the replication fork


Michelle Debatisse (Institut Curie, France)
Common fragile sites, large genes and cancer


Job Dekker (University of Massachusetts, US)
Chromosome folding and gene regulation


Catherine Green (University of Cambridge, UK)
PCNA in genome stability and chromatin maintenance


Anja Groth (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Chromatin replication, histone dynamics and epigenome maintenance


Steve Jacobsen (University of California Los Angeles, US)
Epigenetics of DNA replication in arabidopsis


Kristian Jeppsson (Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Evidence that cohesin-dependent sister chromatid entanglements are marked by the Smc5/6 complex


Massimo Lopes (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
Structural and molecular insights into DNA replication stress


Jiri Lukas (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Reprograming the epigenome after DNA damage


Kim Nasmyth (University of Oxford, UK)
tbc


Rolf Ohlsson (Karolinska Institute, Sweden)
Poly(ADP)-ribose as a common denominator between replication timing and higher order chromatin conformations


Julian Sale (Medical Research Council, UK)
Replication associated epigenetic instability


Angela Taddei (Institut Curie, France)
A new pathway for silencing establishment: linking replication stress with gene repression


Bing Zhu (National Institute of Biological Sciences, China)
Mitotic inheritance of epigenetic information

17 Jun - 19 Jun 2013
Kopenhagen
Denmark
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