Dear QB3-Berkeley researchers,
Please see the invitation below from the organizers of the Bay Area Stress and Chaperone Symposium.
Dear UCB and QB3 faculty, postdocs and graduate students,
On Saturday the 8th of July, we are hosting a symposium on ‘the Biophysics of nuclear structure and function’ on the UCB campus.
The goal of this symposium is to foster discussion and collaborations between researchers from different disciplines who have an interest, or developed exciting (new) techniques, to study the role of biophysics in nuclear structure and function.
We want to emphasize that it is meant for anyone interested in nuclear/chromatin structure and function, not just those approaching the problem from a biophysics angle.
We especially encourage graduate students and postdocs to present their work through a poster presentation, which will hopefully lead to new insights and collaborations that may help move their research forward!
We would greatly appreciate it if you could spread the word to your colleagues and encourage other graduate students and postdocs to register on http://qb3.berkeley.edu/biosciencemeetings/ and submit an abstract using this link: https://goo.gl/forms/tAu0PhkoBA4ltXe42
Thank you very much and hope to see you on the 8th of July!
Mustafa Mir (Darzacq lab)
Amy Strom (Karpen lab)
Aniek Janssen (Karpen lab)