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Symposium Agenda:

Thursday Morning Session

8:00AM – 8:45AM Registration & Coffee

8:45AM – 9:00AM Welcome and Introductory Remarks
Prof. Steven G. Boxer, Stanford University
Prof. Daniel Chiu, University of Washington

9:00AM – 9:40AM Single Cell Genomics
Prof. Stephen Quake, Stanford University

9:40AM – 10:20AM Gene expression analysis of single cells with a two-dimensional cDNA library array
Dr. Hideki Kambara, Hitachi, Tokyo
Dr. Masataka Shirai, Hitachi, Tokyo

10:20AM – 10:50AM Break

10:50AM – 11:30AM Proposed Strategy for Single-Cell Whole Genome Analysis
Prof. Richard N. Zare, Stanford University

11:30AM – 12:10PM Ultra-low input whole-genome bisulfite sequencing: a step toward single cell methylome analysis
Prof. Takashi Ito, University of Tokyo

12:15PM – 1:30PM Lunch

Thursday Afternoon Session

1:30PM – 2:10PM Quantitative Aspects of 3D Super-Resolution Imaging in Cells with Single Molecules
Prof. W.E. Moerner, Stanford University

2:10PM – 2:50PM Single Cell Genetic Analysis using Microfluidically Generated Emulsions
Prof. Richard Mathies, UC Berkeley

2:50PM – 3:30PM Mapping proteins and protein interactions in single cells
Prof. Ulf Landegren, Uppsala University

3:30PM – 3:45PM Funding Opportunities for Single Cell Analysis at NIDA
Dr. Jonathan D. Pollock, National Institute on Drug Abuse

3:45PM – 6:00PM Poster Session

After 6:00PM Dinner On Your Own

Friday Morning Session

8:30AM – 9:00AM Registration & Coffee

9:00AM – 9:40AM Cell function manipulation using MEMS devices: From cells to sheets
Dr. Kennedy Okeyo, University of Tokyo

9:40AM – 10:20AM Microengineered Devices for Advancing Preclinical and Clinical Research
Prof. Nancy Allbritton, UNC/NCSU

10:20AM – 10:50AM Break

10:50AM – 11:30AM Single Cell Lipidomics with Imaging Mass Spectrometry
Prof. Andy Ewing, Chalmers University of Technology

11:30AM – 12:10PM Assessing clonal heterogeneity at the single cell level in chronic lymphocytic leukemia
Prof. Catherine Wu, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

12:15PM – 1:30PM Lunch

Friday Afternoon Session

1:30PM – 2:10PM The Secret Lives of Single Cells
Prof. Jim Eberwine, University of Pennsylvania
Jai-Yoon Sul, Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania

2:10PM – 2:50PM Approaches that enable the cell by cell characterization of the brain
Prof. Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

2:50PM – 3:30PM At the nano-bio interface: probing live cells with vertical nanopillars
Prof. Bianxiao Cui, Stanford University

3:30PM – 5:30PM Poster Session

6:00PM – 9:00PM Symposium Dinner

Saturday Morning Session

8:30AM – 9:00AM Coffee

9:00AM – 9:40AM A single cell systems view of cancer and immunity
Prof. Garry Nolan, Stanford University

9:40AM – 10:20AM Single cell genotyping and clonal competition in myeloid leukemia
Prof. Jerald Radich, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

10:20AM – 10:50AM Break

10:50AM – 11:30AM NanoVelcro-Embedded MicroChips for Rare Cell Biology: Practical Applications in Oncology and OB/GYN Clinics
Prof. Hsian-Rong Tseng, UCLA

11:30AM – 12:10PM Single cell genome sequencing: Life at the single molecule level
Prof. Sunney Xie, Harvard University

12:10PM – 12:15PM Closing Remarks
Prof. Steven G. Boxer, Stanford University
Prof. Daniel Chiu, University of Washington