Influence of Chromosome Architecture and Cell Cycle on Repair and Maintenance of the Genome
The Gordon Research Seminar on Genomic Instability aims to provide opportunities for early stage researchers to present and exchange new data and cutting-edge ideas. The GRS is specifically designed to allow participants to communicate freely in a setting apart from the intimidation sometimes associated with a large international conference. Attendance at the Genomic Instability GRS is a highly recommended prelude to the Genomic Instability GRC.
This meeting will highlight the influence of chromatin state and cell cycle on pathways that signal and repair of DNA double-strand breaks and damage associated with replication stress. Additionally, this GRS will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Irene Chiolo and selected talks and posters by graduate students and post-doctoral researchers. There will also be a career panel discussion with researchers from academia and industry.