Chromatin Club Bay Area – In-Person Symposium
The Chromatin Club Bay Area was founded to foster a scientific community between Stanford, Berkeley, UC San Francisco, UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, and others. We organize monthly online seminars during which three scientists from our institutions present their work, and semi-annual in person meetings each quarter to facilitate networking between researchers.
The scientific focus of the Chromatin Club Bay Area is broad and aims at bridging basic and translational epigenetic research.
To learn about our monthly, online seminars, please visit the Chromatin Club Bay Area - Online Seminar Series webpage.
Upcoming Event Details
Date: Thursday, September 28th, 2023
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PT
Location: Stanford Research Park 3145 Porter Drive Room D110 Palo Alto, CA 94304
- Rachel Meyer, Ph.D. - Adjunct Asst. Professor, UC Santa Cruz
Environmental DNA Tools for Revolutionary Biomonitoring
- Hayden Saunders - Ph.D. Student, Narilkar Lab, UC San Francisco
HMGB1, a Low Affinity Architectural Protein, Alters Nucleosomal DNA Dynamics
- Sahin Naqvi, Ph.D. - Postdoc, Wysocka Lab, Stanford University
Tuning Transcription Factor Levels to Reconcile Dosage Sensitivity and Robustness in Development
- Peter Meister, Ph.D - Professor, University of Bern, Switzerland
Formation of Chromatin Fountains by Cohesin in C. elegans
- Chris Hsiung, M.D., Ph.D. - Visiting Scholar at UC San Francisco and Arc Institute
Higher-order Combinatorial Chromatin Perturbations for Functional Genomics
Mulitple presentations will be featured, as well as a poster and networking sessions. Please let us know when registering if you would like to bring a poster. Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Free and ample parking is available.
Previous Event Details
Date: Monday, January 30th, 2023
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. PT
Location: UCSF, Mission Bay Campus, Genentech Hall Atrium, 600 16th Street San Francisco, CA 94158
- King Hung - Chang Lab, Stanford University
Oncogenes Outside Chromosomes
- Osman Sharifi - LaSalle Lab, UC Davis
Longitudinal Cortical snRNA-Seq Reveals Sexually Dimorphic Cellular Trajectories of Disease Progression in a Mouse Model of Rett Syndrome
- Mohammad Qasim - Hernday Lab, UC Merced
- Eliana Bondra - Rine Lab, UC Berkeley
Mulitple presentations will be featured, as well as a poster and networking sessions. Please let us know when registering if you would like to bring a poster. Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Please note! You will need to verify your COVID-19 status via the UCSF portal prior to arrival: https://coronavirus.ucsf.edu/events