Tools and technology FOMO? Don’t miss this session at #Dros19!
The Annual Drosophila Research Conference is the premier place to share your research with the fruit fly community and discover cutting-edge advances. Presentations cover the full diversity of Drosophila investigations, from genetics to molecular biology, cell biology, development, immunology, physiology, neuroscience, evolution, and more.
Now in its 60th year, the Drosophila conference is meeting in Dallas, Texas, from March 27–31, 2019, and will host an exciting new plenary — the Techniques & Technology session. On Saturday, March 30 from 7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m., join your colleagues at the Sheraton Dallas to hear fascinating presentations from eight researchers leading the way in advanced biomedical methods and discussing valuable resources:
7:30 Gerald Rubin｜New Tools and Methods for Neuronal Circuit Analysis in Drosophila
7:45 Yulong Li｜Spying on the dynamics of acetylcholine, dopamine, octopamine, and 5-HT in fly’s brain by constructing new genetically-encoded GRAB sensors
8:00 Nick Matinyan｜Selectable, drug-based genetics and transgenesis in Drosophila melanogaster
8:15 Leslie Ann Koyama｜Bellymount: A novel method for longitudinal, intravital imaging of abdominal organs in adult Drosophila
8:30 Giorgio Gilestro｜GAL4s, LEGOs, and 3D-printers: the genetic toolbox of the 21st-century Drosophilist
8:45 Stein Aerts｜Techniques and computational methods for single-cell regulatory genomics in Drosophila
9:00 Steven Marygold｜FlyBase updates
9:15 Oguz Kanca｜A Gene Disruption Project (GDP) update: using CRISPR with PCR-generated homology donors to knock-in Swappable Integration Cassettes in introns of genes in flies and in S2 cells
Session Chairs: Hugo Bellen, Lena Riabinina, and Julie Simpson
Register for Dros19 today to make sure you don’t miss the Technology & Techniques plenary session, and follow @GeneticsGSA on Twitter for more information on the 2019 fly meeting!