Posters

“Break-out Sessions of Short Talks to Instigate Collaborations”

The program committee has changed the format of the poster session, eliminating the traditional printed poster session to substitute three parallel Breakout Sessions consisting of short talks, and hopefully time for questions. Although a brief part of the overall program, this session is intended to allow as many PI's or their delegates to present user project-focused examples of resource activities in a manner that may serve to initiate or perhaps exemplify existing collaborations between P41 Centers.



We will align the three parallel Breakout Sessions using the plenary session meeting topics selected for this year:

1. Molecular, Cellular, Tissue Imaging and Systems Biology / Information Integration
2. Non-Invasive Large Scale Imaging, Analytics And Translational Strategies
3. Analytical Chemistries Across Scales

Molecular, Cellular, Tissue Imaging and Systems Biology / Information Integration

Moderated by Joachim Kohn
Presenter Institution Abstract Title
Steven Peltier National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR) Advancing “Project Driven” Capabilities to Connect Multiscale Multimodal Microscopy, Volume Imaging, Computational Analyses and Simulations Through P41 Center Collaborations
Gerwin Schalk National Center For Adaptive Neurotechnologies Identifying The Spatio-Temporal Trajectory Of Cortical Processes
Barry Demchak National Resource for Network Biology How the Cytoscape Cyberinfrastructure Promotes Collaborations in Network Biology
G. Allan Johnson Duke Center for In Vivo Microscopy Image Libraries In The Cloud: An Interactive Multi Dimensional Neuroanatomical Atlas Of The Mouse, Rat And Macaque
Gerhard Wagner Harvard Center for Magnetic Resonance NMR, EM and Computation for Membrane Proteins Studies in Nanodiscs
Kevin L. Schey National Research Resource for Imaging Mass Spectrometry Molecular Microscopy: Spatial And Temporal Aspects Of Ocular Biology
Peter So Laser Biomedical Research Center High-throughput optical neuroimaging
Robert F. Murphy National Center for Multiscale Modeling of Biological Systems (MMBioS) CellOrganizer@MMBioS: Image-derived models of cell structure and organization

Non-Invasive Large Scale Imaging, Analytics And Translational Strategies

Moderated by Mehmet Toner
Presenter Institution Abstract Title
Frank Preiswerk National Center of Image Guided Therapy Hybrid MR-ultrasound acquisition to improve cancer therapy
Boris Epel Center for Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Imaging In Vivo Physiology Absolute Oxygen Images in SV40Tag Mouse Model Detect Local Hypoxia Two Weeks Before Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS) Detection with High Resolution T2 MRI
James J. Pekar Resource for Quantitative functional MRI Assessing Multi-Year Reproducibility and Temporal Structure in Resting-State fMRI
Lauren O’Donnell Neuroimage Analysis Center Microstructure Analysis of Repetitive Traumatic Brain Injury in National Football League Players: A Data-driven White Matter Parcellation Study
Nathalie Y.R. Agar National Center of Image Guided Therapy Intraoperative Molecular Analysis To Guide Brain Tumor Surgery
Ravinder Reddy Biomedical Technology Resource Center (BTRC) Center for Magnetic Resonance and Optical Imaging (CMROI)
Steve Pieper Neuroimage Analysis Center and the Center for In Vivo Microscopy Exploring Brain microMR for Neurosurgery Planning
William Wells Neuroimage Analysis Center Image Informatics Using Invariant Features

Analytical Chemistries Across Scales

Moderated by Dave Castner
Presenter Institution Abstract Title
Daniel Irimia BioMEMS Resource Center Applications Of Microfluidics To Early Diagnosis Of Sepsis
Kelley Moremen Resource For Integrated Glycotechnology Heparan Sulfate Ligand Identification In Interaction With Cell Surface Signaling Receptor Robo1
Michael Gross Washington University Mass Spec Resource Characterization of Amyloid Beta 1-42 Aggregation using Conformational-Sensitive Fast Photochemical Oxidation of Proteins (FPOP) and Mass Spectrometry: Implications for Drug Development in Alzheimer’s Disease
Michael Pierce National Center for Biomedical Glycomics Cell surface polysialic acid is part of a developmental program required for germ layer formation from human pluripotent stem cells
Nuno Bandeira UCSD Center For Computational Mass Spectrometry Targeting Somatically Modified Peptides In Cancer Via Receptor Internalization
Richard D. Cummings The National Center for Functional Glycomics The National Center for Functional Glycomics
Wuxian Shi Center for Synchrotron Biosciences Structural Studies of a Metalloenzyme Essential for Vision by X-ray Crystallography and X-ray Spectroscopy
Benjamin Stewart National Resource for Biomedical Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Direct Coupling of HPLC-MS with Accelerator Mass Spectrometry for 14C-labeled Analyte Measurement