July 21–24, 2022 | Kansas City, Mo.

Evolution and Core Processes in Gene Expression

Evolution and core processes in gene expression
July 21–24, 2022 | Kansas City, Mo.

The focus of this meeting is to discuss the most recent insights into the cis-regulatory code, how cis-regulatory information is read out by transcription factors, signaling pathways and other proteins, how cellular diversity is created during development and how we can study this problem using cutting-edge genomics technology and computational methods.

We will simultaneously examine the problem from an evolutionary perspective: how cis-regulatory elements evolve, how regulatory variation affects gene expression and phenotypes, how these changes have shaped development and parallel evolution, and how noise affects regulatory circuits and their evolution.

Organizers

Julia Zeitlinger Stowers Institute for Medical Research
David Arnosti Michigan State University
Justin Fay University of Rochester
Nicolas Rohner Stowers Institute for Medical Research

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