Sept. 29 – Oct. 2, 2022 | Snowbird, Utah
Chromatin and RNA Polymerase II
Transcriptional Regulation: Chromatin and RNA Polymerase II
Sept. 29 – Oct. 2, 2022 | Snowbird, Utah
Sessions will cover recent advances and new technologies in RNA polymerase II regulation, including the contributions of non-coding RNAs, enhancers and promoters, chromatin structure and post-translational modifications, molecular condensates, and other factors that regulate gene expression. Dr. Patrick Cramer of the Max Planck Institute will present the keynote address on the structure and function of transcription regulatory complexes.
The meeting is highly interactive and collaborative. Attendees will include principal investigators, postdoctoral fellows, students, and scientists from the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Students and postdoctoral fellows are especially encouraged to attend and will be eligible for poster awards. Poster award winners will be given an opportunity to present their work as a short talk toward the end of the meeting.
Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
- Karen Arndt, University of Pittsburgh
- Lu Bai, Penn State University
- David Bentley, University of Colorado School of Medicine
- Stephen Buratowski, Harvard Medical School
- Stirling Churchman, Harvard Medical School
- Ibrahim Cisse, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Philip Cole, Harvard Medical School
- Xavier Darzacq, University of California, Berkeley
- Rani George, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
- David Gilmour, Penn State University
- Steven Hahn, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
- James Kadonaga, University of California, San Diego
- Craig Kaplan, University of Pittsburgh
- W. Lee Kraus, University of Texas, Southwestern
- Daniel Larson, NCI / NIH
- Shannon Lauberth, University of California, San Diego
- John Lis, Cornell University
- Karolin Luger, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Catherine Musselman, University of Colorado School of Medicine
- Anders Näär, University of California, Berkeley
- Geeta Narlikar, University of California, San Francisco
- Karla Neugebauer, Yale University
- Eva Nogales, University of California, Berkeley
- Frank Pugh, Cornell University
- Joseph Reese, Penn State University
- Francois Robert, Montreal Clinical Research Institute
- Ali Shilatifard, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine
- Brian Strahl, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Dylan Taatjes, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Dong Wang, University of California, San Diego
- Carl Wu, Johns Hopkins University
- Ken Zaret, University of Pennsylvania
- Yan Jessie Zhang, University of Texas, Austin
Become a sponsor of the ASBMB Transcriptional Regulation: Chromatin and RNA Polymerase II symposium. It’s the most effective way to reach key decision makers in the fields of transcription, chromatin biology, imaging, genomics and epigenetics.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort
Highway 210, Little Cottonwood Canyon
Snowbird, UT, 84092
All meeting sessions and events are scheduled in the Cliff Lodge, Entry #4.
What is Snowbird's elevation?
Snowbird’s base elevation, at the Snowbird Center, is 8,100 feet. Snowbird’s highest point is at Hidden Peak, where the tram docks — a whopping 11,000 feet.
Some tips for acclimating to the higher elevation: stay hydrated, consume foods rich in potassium, limit salt intake and give yourself a break from strenuous exercise until you've had a chance to adjust.
Oktoberfest at SnowbirdOn our free afternoon, enjoy Oktoberfest activities. See the event description and map.
Getting to Snowbird
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is approximately 40 minutes from Snowbird.
Airport shuttle service
Canyon Transportation — provide your Snowbird housing confirmation when booking the shuttle.
800-453-3000 US toll free
From Salt Lake City International Airport
Take I-80 east to I-215 south. Take Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.
From downtown Salt Lake City
Go west on 500 South to I-15 and head south. Exit at I-215 heading east. Get off at Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.
From points South
Take I-15 north to Exit 295 (9000 South). Turn right onto 9000 South. This street becomes 9400 South, which takes you to the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. Go right on UT-210. Six miles to Snowbird.
From Park City
Take UT-224 west and north to I-80. On I-80, head west toward the Salt Lake Valley. Take Exit 130 to I-215 south. Get off at Exit 6 (6200 South) and go east on 6200 South, toward the mountains. This road will lead you straight to UT-210 and up Little Cottonwood Canyon to Snowbird.