The Semiannual Bay Area Yeast and Other Fungi Symposium, Fall 2013
Saturday, November 16th, 2013 Stanley Hall, Lau Auditorium, 9:00AM-5:30PM
We aim to provide a forum for talks, posters, collaboration and the exchange of ideas for Bay area yeast researchers on Saturday, November 16th, 2013. There is absolutely no cost to attendees and lunch and refreshments will be provided to all pre-registered participants. All local interested yeast scientists are welcome to attend. Please forward the flyer and this web address to any interested parties. To register, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in the email if you would like a vegetarian or vegan lunch as well as whether you plan to bring a poster.
Scheduled speakers from:
UC Santa Cruz
Featuring keynote Speaker:
"Reconstituting kinetochore functions in vitro"
Investigator and Member, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Bay Area Yeast and Other Fungi Symposium 2013 Schedule (Subject to Change)
Wine selections generously provided by:
|9:00-10:00||Coffee and registration, Stanley Hall, 1st Floor Atrium|
|10:00-12:00||Research talks, Lau Auditorium, Stanley Hall 106|
|12:00-1:45||Lunch and Poster Session, Stanley Hall, B1 Atrium|
|1:50-3:30||Research talks, Lau Auditorium, Stanley Hall 106|
|3:45-4:45||Keynote speaker Sue Biggins, Lau Auditorium, Stanley Hall 106|
|4:45-5:30||Wine and Cheese Reception, Stanley Hall, B1 Atrium|
Grad Students and Post-Docs
Please bring your posters to present during the poster session.
(please send email to email@example.com to register)
Getting to Berkeley
Berkeley Map (pdf) The symposium is in Stanley Hall, which can be found at B3 on the map grid (red square on the map).
Parking can be found on the streets on the north side of campus (black rectangle on the map) You can also pay for parking in the Upper Hearst Parking Structure located within the black rectangle.
Meeting organizer: David McCleary. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Generously sponsored by Amyris Biotechnologies