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Date: March 2, 2021, 17:00–18:30 JST

Venue: Online via Zoom

Program:

17:00–17:10: Welcome
Prof. Noriko Osumi, Vice President, Tohoku University, Japan
Prof. Maria Leptin, Director, EMBO, Germany

17:10–17:40: mTOR signaling in growth and metabolism
Prof. Michael N. Hall, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Basel, Switzerland

17:40–18:10: Mechanical perspective of collective cell movement in epithelial morphogenesis Prof. Erina Kuranaga, Professor, Laboratory for Histogenic Dynamics, Graduate School of Life Sciences, Tohoku University, Japan

18:10–18:30: Q&A session

Registration:
This webinar is open to the life sciences community in Japan. You can register in advance by filling out the webinar registration form. You will receive a confirmation email closer to the webinar date with information about joining the session.
Please mind that registrations from outside Japan will not be accepted.

2021-02-12 2021-03-02

https://cbs.riken.jp/en/summer/

Lecture Schedule: June 28- July 2, 2021
Application deadline: March 5, 2021 (23:59JST)

Summer Program 2021 Overview
The RIKEN Center for Brain Science (RIKEN CBS), located just outside Tokyo, Japan, offers a summer program to train advanced students interested in brain function. The course consists of an intensive 5-day lecture series featuring distinguished international faculty and a poster session to be put on by the program participants. These two components are equally important for the students to deepen their insight and enhance their expertise in neuroscience. While the lectures serve to introduce them to cutting-edge research being carried out throughout the world, the student poster session allows them to experience the work of their colleagues and share their own research. We encourage the students to take full advantage of the wonderful opportunities offered by this program to broaden the horizons of their research.

Attendees come from wide-ranging academic backgrounds and are usually enrolled in graduate courses, or have recently embarked on postdoctoral research. However, candidates holding other positions are encouraged to apply.

Because of the uncertainty related to travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the program will be offered in a hybrid format in which students and lecturers can attend virtually or in-person. However, there is a possibility that the meeting will be entirely virtual if travel remains difficult. We will assess the situation in March and make a final decision about whether some participants can attend in person (hybrid) or whether the meeting will be completely virtual. Regardless, we will use every tool at our disposal to make this an interactive, engaging and rewarding experience for all participants.

For students who are able to enter the country for on-site participation, RIKEN CBS will provide funding for travel and accommodation if they do not have existing financial support.

2021-01-28 2021-07-02

https://cbs.riken.jp/en/BSS/
Research seminars are an important vehicle through which researchers can stay abreast of most cutting-edge developments in various fields of brain research.
The OnlineBSS is the flagship seminar series at CBS and is held approximately once a month, inviting prominent researchers mostly from abroad to share their expertise.

The Online BSS is open to the scientific community in Japan.

Schedule

Feb. 2, 2021
Christopher Harvey, Harvard University

May 26, 2021
Yael Niv, Princeton University

*Registration Required

2021-01-13 2021-05-26

The 1st ASHBi SignAC Workshop 2021
- Single-cell biology: Cutting-edge technologies and interdisciplinary researches -

Date: Friday, 19 February 2021, 11:00–18:00 JST (online)

Registration: Google form (Free, but required pre-registration by Feb 18)

URL: https://ashbi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/events/1st-ashbi-signac-workshop-2021/

Program:

Session 1: Technological development
11:00–12:15
Yasuyuki Ohkawa, Kyushu University
Fumihito Miura, Kyushu University
Yasuhiro Murakawa, ASHBi, Kyoto University

Session 2: 3D genomes
13:30–14:45
Saori Takahashi, RIKEN BDR
Takashi Fukaya, The University of Tokyo
Taro Tsujimura, ASHBi, Kyoto University

Session 3: Interdisciplinary research
15:15–16:30
Hiroko Bannai, Waseda University
Sadao Ota, The University of Tokyo
Tomonori Nakamura, ASHBi/Hakubi Center, Kyoto University

Plenary lecture
17:00–18:00
Rickard Sandberg, Karolinska Institute

2021-01-12 2021-02-19

We are pleased to announce that the RIKEN BDR Symposium 2021 will be held online as follows:

Theme: Structuring biosystems: Functions emerging from molecules

Date: Monday, March 1 to Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Venue: Virtual

Registration fee: FREE

Registration: Advance registration is required for all attendees.

Deadline:

Abstract Submission Monday, January 25, 2021

Registration Friday, February 5, 2021

Registration will close when the capacity is reached.

Priority will be given to the presenters.

URL: https://www2.bdr.riken.jp/sympo/2021/

Topics:

- Chromatin structures, functions and epigenetics

- Biological phase separation

- Molecular assemblies and functions

- Membrane protein dynamics

Videos of recorded talks will be played for viewing through the online program. Q&A sessions will be held in real-time. Poster sessions will also be held in real-time.

We encourage the submission of abstracts for the poster session from participants around the world to increase opportunities for lively and informative exchange of views.

We look forward to welcoming you to our online symposium in March 2021.

Contact:
RIKEN BDR Symposium 2021 Secretariat
RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research
E-mail: bdr-sympo2021[at]ml.riken.jp

2020-12-07 2021-03-03

Date: February 20-24, 2021

Venue: Boston, Massachusetts

URL https://www.biophysics.org/2021meeting

2020-05-01 2021-02-24