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III CBGP-Workshop "Frontiers in Plant Biology"

  • Fechas:

    Del 30/05/18 al 01/06/18

  • Lugar:

    Sala de Seminarios, Centro de Inv. en Biotecnología y Genómica de Plantas (CBGP), Pozuelo de Alarcón, Área metropolitana de Madrid y Corredor del Henares, España (mapa)

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El CBGP (UPM-INIA) celebrará del 30 de mayo al 1 de junio la tercera edición del Workshop "Frontiers in Plant Biology", que se enmarca en las actividades de conmemoración del 10º aniversario del CBGP

 

Trece investigadores de Centros de Investigación internacionales y Nacionales de excelencia participarán en el Workshop. Estos investigadores presentarán sus avances científicos en diferentes áreas como las de biología de plantas, biotecnología y biología computacional.

 

Del 30 de mayo al 1 de junio de 2018 tendrá lugar en el CBGP la Tercera Edición del Workshop “Frontiers in Plant Biology”. Este Workshop está organizado dentro del programa Centro de Excelencia Severo Ochoa (SO) del CBGP. En esta tercera edición del Workshop, celebramos además el 10º Aniversario del CBGP.

La participación en el Workshop es gratuita, pero requiere realizar una inscripción previa (Inscripción cerrada, lleno). El plazo de inscripción al Workshop se abre el 15 de Marzo de 2018.

Los estudiantes predoctorales podrán presentar un poster y así tener la oportunidad de discutir sus resultados con los asistentes al Workshop, incluidos los ponentes invitados. La organización proporcionará a los estudiantes predoctorales un certificado de presentación del poster en el Workshop.

Los ponentes del Workshop y sus afiliaciones son las siguientes:

1. James Alfano

       (University of Nebraska, USA)

2. Allan Collmer

       (Cornell University, USA)

3. George Coupland

       (Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Germany)

4. Rodrigo Gutiérrez

       (Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile) 

5. Eva Kondorosi

       (Biological Research Centre, Hungary/Plant Science Institute-CNRS, France)

6. Eric Lyons

       (School of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona, USA)

7. Sabeeha Merchant

       (University of California Los Angeles, USA)

8. Chuck Pepe-Ranney

       (AgBiome, North Carlina, USA)

9. Salome Prat

       (Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia CSIC, Spain)

10. Anne Simon

       (University of Maryland, USA)

11. Bart Thomma

       (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)

12. Marja Tummermans

       (University of Tuebingen/ZMBP, Germany)

13. Miltos Tsiantis

       (Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Germany)

 

Para tener mas información sobre los Workshop “Frontiers in Plant Biology” celebrados con anterioridad en el CBGP (UPM-INIA) puede visitar los siguientes links. - Workshop Avances en la Biología de Plantas 2013

 

- Workshop Avances en la Biología de Plantas 2016

Nota de Prensa Workshop 2016

- Workshop Avances en la Biología de Plantas 2013

- Nota de Prensa Workshop 2013

 

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30
May 2018
  • 13:00 - 13:15
    Opening and Welcome

    Dª Asunción Gomez, UPM Vice-Rector of Research, Innovation and Doctorate

    Dª Isabel Cañellas, INIA Deputy Director General of Research & Technology

    Dº Antonio Molina, CBGP (UPM-INIA) Director

  • 13:20 - 17:10
    Plant Adaptation to Environmental Changes

    15:20-16:10 George Coupland Floral induction and the divergence of annual and perennial life history

    16:10-17:00 Salome Prat Multifaceted function of PIF4 in thermomorphogenesis

    17:00-17:30 Coffee Break

    17:30-18.20 Marja Timmermans Small RNAs as mobile, morphogen-like signals in development

    18:20-19:10 Miltos Tsiantis Development and diversity of leaf shape: from understanding to reconstructing

31
May 2018
  • 07:30 - 13:00
    Plant Response to Biotic Stresses

    9:30-10:20 Allan Collmer Plant-Microbe Interactions: From Puzzles, to Pieces, to Paradigms and Beyond

    10:20-11:10 Bart Thomma Evolution of pathogenicity in the vascular wilt fungus Verticillium

    11:10-11:40 Coffee Break

    11.40-12:30 Anne Simon RNA structures and unstructured regions play important roles in the infection cycle of Turnip crinkle virus

    12:30-13:20 James Alfano Pseudomonas effector activities and plant targets

    13:30-15:00 Lunch (CBGP-BioAgora) - Sponsored by Plant Response Biotech

  • 13:00 - 18:00
    Empowering Plant Nutrition

    15:00-15.50 Sabeeha Merchant Synchronized cell ‘omics: a day in the life of Chlamydomonas

    15:50-16.40 Eva Kondorosi TBA

    16.40-17:10 Coffee Break

    17.15-20:00 Poster session of PhD students (CBGP-BioAgora)

1
Jun 2018
  • 07:30 - 10:30
    Computational-systems Biology and Genomics

    9:30-10:20 Chuck Pepe-Ranney 50,000 genomes and counting: how to manage and explore the data from your giant microbial isolate collection

    10:20-11:10 Eric Lyons Current advances in cyberinfrastructure for plant science research

    11.10-11.40 Coffee Break - Sponsored by Genomics4All

    11:40-12:30 Rodrigo Gutierrez Nitrogen Networks in Plants: From molecules to the ecosystem

  • 10:30 - 11:30
    Challenges in Translational Biology

    12:30 - 13:30 Round Table

    - Charles Pepe-Ranney AgBiome, RTP, North Carolina, USA
    - Frederic Brunner         Plant Response Biotech, Spain
    - Gabino Sanchez          Genetwister, The Netherlands
    - Eva Kondorosi             BRC/Plant Science Institute-CNRS, Hungary/France

    13:30              Closing

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Alfano, James, University of Nebraska, USA Pseudomonas effector activities and plant targets

Collmer, Allan Cornell University, USA Plant-Microbe Interactions: From Puzzles, to Pieces, to Paradigms and Beyond

Coupland, George, Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Germany Floral induction and the divergence of annual and perennial life history

Gutierrez, Rodrigo Fac. de Ciencias Biológicas, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Chile Nitrogen Networks in Plants: From molecules to the ecosystem

Kondorosi, Eva BRC, Hungary/Plant Science Institute-CNRS, France TBA

Lyons, Eric School of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona, USA Current advances in cyberinfrastructure for plant science research

Merchant, Sabeeha University of California Los Angeles, USA Synchronized cell ‘omics: a day in the life of Chlamydomonas

Pepe-Ranney, Chuck AgBiome, North Carlina, USA 50,000 genomes and counting: how to manage and explore the data from your giant microbial isolate collection

Prat, Salome Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia CSIC, Spain Multifaceted function of PIF4 in thermomorphogenesis

Simon, Anne University of Maryland, USA RNA structures and unstructured regions play important roles in the infection cycle of Turnip crinkle virus

Thomma, Bart Wagenigen University, The Netherlands Evolution of pathogenicity in the vascular wilt fungus Verticillium

Timmermans, Marja University of Tuebingen/ZMBP, Germany Small RNAs as mobile, morphogen-like signals in development

Tsiantis, Miltos Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research, Germany Development and diversity of leaf shape: from understanding to reconstructing

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