Poster session

Poster presentations will take place in Stanley Hall lobby:

Poster boards are 3'x4'. We will provide pushpins to secure your posters.

Session 1 (4-5PM):

1. Zane Bergman, UC BerkeleyMicrotubule Dynamics Regulation Reconstituted in Budding Yeast Lysate
2. Cynthia Bailey, UC DavisMechanisms To Prevent Sperm Derived DNA From Interacting With The Meiotic Spindle in C. elegans
3. Daniel Belle, UC MercedTheory of 3D Active Liquid Crystals of Microtubules and Molecular Motors
4. Mohamed Elshenawy, UC BerkeleyLis1 activates dynein motility by pairing it with dynactin
5. Yasin Ezber, UC BerkeleyDynein Harnesses Active Fluctuations of Microtubules for Faster Movement
6. KC Farrell, Stanford UniversityCentrosomes versus Golgi: Which is the more efficient MTOC and why?
7. Kotdaji Ha, UCSFRegulation of polycystin PC-1 and PC-2 complex by N-terminus of PC-1
8. Andrea Serra-Marques, Ronja Houtekamer, UCSFNuMA plays a spindle-independent role in the formation of a single nucleus after mitosis
9. Blake Kirkland, UC DavisIdentifying Novel Players in Nuclear Migration with Forward Genetics
10. Emre Kusakci, UC BerkeleyThe Regulatory Role of Lis1 on the Mechanics of Dynein Motility
11. Kathryn Li, UC BerkeleySystematic Imaging of Organelles During Polarized Cell Growth Reveals a Regular Order of Inheritance
12. Nathaniel Meyer, UCSFActinomyosin Remodeling and Pluripotency States of Human Embryonic Stem Cells
13. Victor Naturale, Stanford UniversityCharacterizing Symmetry Breaking Mechanisms in the C. elegans Intestinal Epithelium
14. Melissa Pickett, Stanford UniversityApico-basolateral polarity establishment in the C. elegans embryonic intestine
15. Guillermina Ramirez-San Juan, UCSF/Stanford UniversityMulti-scale spatial heterogeneity in airway ciliary arrays enhances mucus clearance
16. Julia Rohrberg, UCSFThe Oncogene MYC Dysregulates Mitotic Spindle Function Creating a Dependency on TPX2
17. Maria Sallee, Stanford UniversityA role for the apical PAR complex in reorganizing microtubules in dividing intestinal cells
18. Matthew Akamatsu, UC BerkeleyPrinciples of self-organization by the actin cytoskeleton during mammalian endocytosis
19. Daniel Serwas, UC BerkeleyCryo-electron tomography reveals actin architecture involved in clathrin-mediated endocytosis
20. Rebecca Shi, Stanford UniversityCoordination of actin networks by a receptor-ligand complex guides dendrite morphogenesis
21. Taylor Skokan, UCSFActin cytoskeleton remodeling and transient adhesive interfaces drive cell sorting in Hydra vulgaris
22. Ruensern Tan, UC DavisMicrotubules Gate Tau Condensation to Spatially Regulate Microtubule Functions
23. Eliott Flaum, Stanford UniversityMechanics of behavior: Comprehensive search behavior encoded in cytoskeletal dynamics of single cell Lacrymaria olor

Session 2 (5-6PM):

1. Annabel Alonso, UC DavisSpc110 contains multiple domains required for tethering the gamma tubular complex to the centrosome
2. Claire Baumer, Stanford UniversityCiliary Disassembly in the Developmental Program of Basal Fungi
3. Julia Schaletzky, UC BerkeleyUC Berkeley Drug Discovery Center
4. Brennan Danlasky, UC DavisKinetochore Function During C. Elegans Meiosis
5. Sani Eskinazi, Stanford UniversityThe Role and Regulation of SPD-5 at the Base of C. elegans Sensory Cilia
6. Amy Fabritius, UC DavisMicrotubule inner protein (MIP) identification in Tetrahymena thermophila
7. Golda Grinberg, Stanford UniversityMicrotubule Organization and Function in C. elegans Intestinal Epithelium and Muscle
8. Hongyan Hao, UC DavisRegulation of SUN-KASH interactions and microtubule motor choice at the nuclear envelope
9. Xueer Jiang, UC DavisPhase separation of pericentrin drives centrosome assembly in human cultured cells: a hypothesis
10. Domokos Lauko, UC BerkeleyBaculovirus Arif-1 protein induces formation of dynamic podosome-like structures in infected cells
11. Xing Liang, Stanford UniversityTBD
12. Michelle Moritz, UCSFRegulation of the γ-Tubulin Ring Complex by Casein kinase 1δ
13. Adam Perez, UC BerkeleyAssembly of a septin-associated protein complex in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
14. Anne Pipathsouk, UCSFA template for actin organization at the leading edge
15. Manuela Richter, UCSFLength Regulation of Mammalian K-Fibers
16. Suvrajit Saha, UCSFMolecular logic of mTORC2 based integration of cellular forces and polarity programs in neutrophils
17. Ariana Sanchez, Stanford UniversityIdentifying and characterizing proteins proximal to Patronin/PTRN-1 in C. elegans
18. Andrea Serra-Marques, UCSFNuMA plays a spindle-independent role in the formation of a single nucleus after mitosis
19. Jessica Sherry, UCSFThe Chlamydia effector CT192 modulates centrosome and mitotic spindle positioning during infection
20. Rosalie Sinclair, UC DavisTBD
21. Dan Starr, UC DavisSqueezing nuclei through constricted spaces
22. Michael Tran, Stanford UniversityIdentifying and Understanding the Role of Microtubule Associated Proteins in Differentiated Cells