1-3 July 2019
Flatiron Institute
America/New_York timezone

Poster Titles

Name

Institute 

Poster Title

     

Christopher Edelmaier

University of Colorado Boulder

Investigating How Chromosome Mechanics Contribute to Mitosis Fidelity

Colm Kelleher

Harvard University

Biophysics of Chromosome Segregation Errors in Mammalian Oocytes

Florencio Balboa Usabiaga

Flatiron Institute

A computational approach to centrosome separation

Gunar Fabig

Technische Universität Dresden

Ultrastructure of k-fibers in 3D-reconstructured mammalian spindles in mitosis

Hai-Yin Wu

Harvard University

Cortical Pulling Drives Pronuclear Migration and Rotation, and Spindle Positioning and Oscillation

Maya Anjur-Dietrich

Harvard University

Forces That Move Chromosomes and Position the Spindle

Sami Bashar

University of Wyoming

Exploring the Mechanics of Aster Positioning Using Photopatterned Hydrogel Enclosures

Sebastian Fuerthauer

Flatiron Institute

Actively cross-linked microtubule networks

Taylor Sulerud

University of Wyoming

Geometric asymmetry and dynein perturbations help elucidate the mechanism of aster translocation in Xenopus laevis extract

Wen Yan

Flatiron Institute

Active Matter Self-Assembly Simulator (AMSAS)}: Combining biophysics and mechanics on HPC

Will Conway

Harvard University

Towards Measuring In-Vivo NDC80c Binding Kinetics from FLIM-FRET Fluctuations

Zach Geisterfer

University of Wyoming

Characterizing the Relationship Between Microtubule Growing End Density and Microtubule Growth Rates