Conference Genomics and Systems Biology V

Open to the Public


Time 9:00am - 5:00pm

Location NYUAD Saadiyat Campus, Conference Center

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Among the most fundamental questions in the Life Sciences are how biological systems are formed from the interaction of genes and how evolutionary forces shape the adaptation of living organisms to different environments. The goal of the NYUAD Genomics and Systems Biology V symposium is to better understand these interactions. The investigators' approach is to apply cutting-edge genomic technologies to areas such as biodiversity, bioenergy, the complexity of neuronal systems, and chemical and functional genomics.


Convened by

Justin Blau Professor of Biology, NYU; Biology Program Head, NYUAD

Claude Desplan Silver Professor of Biology, NYU; Affiliated Faculty, NYUAD

Kristin Gunsalus Associate Professor of Biology and Faculty Co-Director of Bioinformatics, NYU; Affiliated Faculty, NYUAD

Michael Purugganan Dorothy Schiff Professor of Genomics, Professor of Biology, and Dean for Science, NYU; Affiliated Faculty, NYUAD

Kourosh Salehi-Ashtiani Associate Professor of Biology and Managing Director of the Center for Genomics and Systems Biology, NYUAD