The Second Annual Ann Arbor 4D Nuclear Imaging and Integrative Informatics Workshop was held on July 8-9, 2014. This two day event at the Michigan League, was attended by researchers from the University of Michigan, Johns Hopkins University, Wayne State University, Stony Brook University and the Institute of Molecular Biology in Mainz, Germany.
- Brian Athey: "Why the 4D Nucleome? Why Now?"
- Indika Rajapakse: "4D+ Genome and Developmental Biology"
- Ivo Dinov: "Portable Pipeline Workflows"
- Christoph Cremer: "Super Resolution Imaging of the 4D Nucleome"
- Indika Rajapakse: “Hi C at Michigan”
- Ivo Dinov: "SOCR Resource"
- Alex Ade: "LabKey Electronic Laboratory Notebook"
- Bob Veltri: “2D Imaging of Prostate Cancer Tissues"
- Alex Kalinin: “Volume and Morphometric Statistics”
- Ari Allyn-Feuer: “Multi-Functional/Multi Spectral Labeling"
- Laura Seaman: “Periodicity in the geometry of the human nucleus”
- John Wiley, Gen Zheng: “ John Wiley, Gen Zheng">“Stress-related Disorders and Epigenomics: SY5Y cells, Intestinal Crypts, and Labeling”
- Brian Athey: “Integrative Biomedical Bioinformatics:TranSMART v1.2 Update"
- Stephen Krawetz: “Genetic Memory of Sperm Chromatin Structure.”
- Gil Omenn: "Chromosome Centric Human Proteome Project: Chromosome 17"
- Joel Saltz: “High-throughput Digital Pathology: from 2D – 3D”
The First Annual Ann Arbor 4D Nuclear Imaging and Integrative Informatics Workshop was held on June 3rd and 4th, 2013 at the University of Michigan. The workshop was hosted by Dr. Brian Athey and Dr. Indika Rajapakse. Featured speaker was Prof. Dr. Christoph Cremer from the Institute of Molecular Biology in Mainz, Germany.
- Christoph Cremer: "Florescence Microscopy of Biostructures @ Molecular Optical Resolution"
- Brian Athey: "UM/JHU tranSMART Translational Research Pilot Demonstration Project"
- Ari Allyn-Feurer: "Motivation for High Throughput Image Analysis in 3D Microscopy in Nuclear Architecture"
- Bob Veltri: "Indolent vs. Aggresive PCa: Lessons from the Bench, Working with 2D Images"
Additional recordings from Professor Cremer are available to internal researchers, Contact Alex Terzian at firstname.lastname@example.org