Calendar of gene regulation events online


The calendar below lists webinars and meetings relevant to gene regulation. All times below are in GMT (London, UK). The link to export these events to Outlook or Google Calendar is at the bottom of this page. The calendar below includes all virtual events related to gene regulation, not limited to those organised by Fragile Nucleosome. To add your own virtual event that is not yet in our list, fill in this form. For a list of conferences and schools in the area of gene regulation, see the separate page “conferences, meetings and schools”. Also, have a look at complementary lists of webinars at  The Node (developmental biology and related subjects), Physics of Life (biophysics) and (mathematics & physics).


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Multiscale Genome Organisation, subgroup symposium of the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting

February 22


Multiscale Genome Organization

Subgroup symposium of the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, February 22, 2021

Subgroup Co-Chairs: Tom C. Bishop, Louisiana Tech University, USA, and Tamar Schlick, New York University, USA

Symposium Time: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EST

Subgroup Business Meeting: 1:25 PM – 2:00 PM EST


10:05 AM Catherine Musselman, Colorado University – Anschutz, USA

Chromatin Signaling: the Importance of Histone Tail Conformation


10:30 AM Garegin Papoian, University of Maryland, USA

Nucleosomal Physics from Electrostatics to Elasticity 


10:55 AM Lars Nordenskiöld, Nanyang Technical University, Singapore

Structure and Dynamics of Telomeric Chromatin 


11:20 AM Helmut Schiessel, Leiden University, Netherlands

Demultiplexing Information Written Along DNA Molecules


11:45 AM Hitoshi Kurumizaka, University of Tokyo, Japan

Nucleosome Contribution to Epigenetic Genome Regulation


12:10 PM Yamini Dalal, National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA

Bungee Jumping into Fragile Sites in the Human Cancer Genome: Mapping Nano-elasticity of Variant Chromatin Structure


12:35 PM Michele Di Pierro, Northeastern University, USA

Across Space and Along Polymers: Epigenetics’ Conflicting Means of Shaping Chromosomes


1:00 PM Andrzej Stasiak, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Topological Analysis of Chromosomal Tracings, Obtained by Serial Fluorescent in situ Hybridization Method, Suggests that Human Chromosomes are Unknotted