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Computational Chronobiology
January 6-8, 2005 --  Irvine, California

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2005 Program and Audio Presentations

Cell Cycle Nodes of Interaction in Timekeeping Systems
Photoperiodism Metabolic Rhythms
Neural Oscillations


Cell Cycle

Robert Klevecz
Beckman Institute, City of Hope
Conservation and Evolution of Period: Genome Wide Oscillations in Transcripting Gate DNA Replication and Cell Cycle 
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Fred Cross
Rockefeller University
Eukaryotic Cell Cycle
Steve Kay
The Scripps Research Institute
Genomics Approaches Toward the Understanding of Behavior: Identification of Nuclear Receptors as Mammalian Circadian Clock Components
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Martha Gillette
University of Illinois
Signals that Engage the Molecular Clockwork
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Frank Doyle
University of California Santa Barbara
Systems Approaches to Robustness Analysis of Circadian Oscillators

Nodes of Interaction in Timekeeping Systems

Hitoshi Okamura
Kobe University
Where the Circadian Cycle and Cell Cycle Meet
Cheng Chi Lee
University of Texas Houston
Circadian Clock, Heme Biosynthesis and the Cell Cycle: What do they have in common?
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Dirk-Jan Dijk
University of Surrey
Intersects in the Circadian Timing and Homeostatic Control of Sleep

 

Klaus Prank
University of Bielefeld
Frequency and Temporal Coding in Hormonal Communications

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Photoperiodism

Steve Kay
The Scripps Research Institute
Genetics and Genomics Approaches to Understanding Circadian Clocks 
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Susan Golden
Texas A & M University
A System Biology Approach to Cyanobacterial Circadian Clock 
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Paolo Sassone-Corsi
CNRS-Strasbourg
Light Signaling to Clock and Cell Cycle
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Metabolic Rhythms

Howard Petty
University of Michigan, Kellogg Eye Center
Chemical Oscillations and Propagating Chemical Waves in Cells

Paul Franken
Stanford University
Self-sustained vs. Induced Oscillations: a Role for 'Clock' Genes in Sleep Homeostasis?

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Steve McKnight
Texas Southwestern Medical School
Regulatory Logic of the Yeast Metabolic Cycle

 

Albert Goldbeter
University Libre de Bruxelles
Modeling the Mechanism and Functionality of Cyclic AMP Oscillations in Dictyostelium Cells


Neural Oscillations

Eve Marder
Brandeis University
Timing in Rhythmic Neurons and Circuits
Bard Ermentrout
University of Pittsburgh
Coupled Neural Oscillators
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Jack Feldman
University of California- Los Angeles
Respiratory Oscillators 
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Terrence Sejnowski
The Salk Institute
Sleep Oscillations
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