CCB Fall Workshop on Biological Timing
November 15, 2019
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Celeste Allaband – Postdoc in Rob Knight & Amir Zarrinpar labs, UC San Diego
Madhurima Das – Postdoc in Andy LiWang lab, UC Merced
Emily Manoogian – Postdoc fellow in Satchin Panda lab, Salk Institute
Ludovic Mure – Postdoc fellow in Satchin Panda lab, Salk Institute
Gian Carlo Parico – HHMI Predoctoral fellow in Carrie Partch lab, UC Santa Cruz
Marie Pariollaud – Postdoc in Katja Lamia lab, Scripps Research
Gina Poe – Professor, UCLA
Alessandra Porcu – Postdoc in David Welsh lab, UC San Diego
Thijs Walbeek – Postdoc in Michael Gorman lab, UC San Diego
Aalim Weljie – Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania
Daniel Whittaker – Postdoc in Paula Desplats & Christopher Colwell labs, UC San Diego
Mario Aguilera – Director of Communications in the Division of Biological Sciences, UC San Diego
Jenn Yang – Scientific Communications Writer at Samorn Biosciences
Andrea Decker – Adult Programs Manager at Fleet Science Center, Balboa Park
Drew Duglan – postdoc in Lamia lab, Communications and Scientific Liaison for Scripps Research, host of PreSCRIPPSion Sound Podcast, and CCB Outreach Fellow
Session I: (9:00 am - 10:35 am)
Moderator: Amandine Chaix (Salk Institute)
|9:00||Aalim Weljie (Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania) – Chronobiology metabolomics: using NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry to understand circadian biology|
|9:45||Emily Manoogian (Postdoc in Satchin Panda lab, Salk Institute) – Time-restricted eating and metabolic health|
|10:10||Celeste Allaband (Postdoc in Rob Knight & Amir Zarrinpar labs, UC San Diego) – Obstructive sleep apnea affects lumenal microbiome and metabolome circadian rhythms|
Session II: (10:55 am - 11:45 am)
Moderator: Lauren Chun (UC San Diego)
|10:55||Alessandra Porcu (Postdoc in David Welsh lab, UC San Diego) – Cryptochromes in the mouse nucleus accumbens affect vulnerability to helpless behavior|
|11:20||Thijs Walbeek (Postdoc in Michael Gorman lab, UC San Diego) – Adaptation to an 18 h light-dark cycle: behavior, reproduction, and clock gene expression in mice|
Panel Session: (11:45 am - 12:20 pm)
Moderator: Karen Tonsfeldt (UC San Diego)
|11:45||Careers in Science Communication Panel – (Mario Aguilera, Andrea Decker, Drew Duglan, and Jenn Yang)
Session III: (1:20 pm - 2:35 pm)
Moderator: Adam Seluzicki (Salk Institute)
|1:20||Madhurima Das (Postdoc in Andy LiWang lab, UC Merced) – Role of prolyl residues in KaiB metamorphosis|
|1:45||Gian Carlo Parico (HHMI Predoctoral fellow in Carrie Partch lab, UC Santa Cruz) – A tail of night owls: how the CRY1 tail regulates circadian rhythms|
|2:10||Marie Pariollaud (Postdoc in Katja Lamia lab, Scripps Research) – Investigating the effects of circadian disruption and clock protein CRY2 on lung tumorigenesis|
Session IV: (2:55 pm - 4:30 pm)
Moderator: Mark Perelis (Sanford Consortium)
|2:55||Ludovic Mure (Postdoc in Satchin Panda lab, Salk Institute) – Functional diversity of human ipRGCs|
|3:20||Daniel Whittaker (Postdoc in Paula Desplats & Christopher Colwell labs, UC San Diego) – Investigating circadian therapies in models of neurodegenerative disease|
|3:45||Gina Poe (Professor, UCLA) – Sleep, memory, and mental health in females|
Poster Session & Reception (4:30 pm - 6:00 pm)
Happy hour, appetizers, poster session, and networking!
15th floor, The Village West, Building 1
1 Scholars Dr. N, La Jolla, CA 92093
Building 1 is on the right (west) side of Scholars drive (Google Maps incorrectly shows it on the left).
Click Here for an interactive map which includes parking
Directions for drop-off or rideshare (no parking at venue):
- Take I-5
- Exit at Genesee Avenue (heading west)
- Turn left onto North Torrey Pines Road
- At first signal light, turn left onto Northpoint Driveway
- Make first right onto Scholars Dr. North
- Building 1 is the first building on your right (Google Maps incorrectly shows it on the left).
Parking is not available at the venue. See below for parking options.
Free street parking on Torrey Pines Scenic Drive, but space is limited and fills up quickly.
Pangea parking structure (P435) - Visitors and UCSD permits (red, green, & yellow ). Visitors may purchase parking for $2 per hour.
UCSD lot (P357) - UCSD permits only (red & green).
UCSD lot (P386) - UCSD permits only (red, green & yellow). The lot entrance is on Torrey Pines Scenic Drive (on right). Note - due to gravel and unevenness, traction may be difficult and low-profile vehicles may have clearance issues.
La Jolla Shores Hotel
8110 Camino Del Oro, La Jolla, CA 92037 - (Website)
The La Jolla Shores Hotel is a beachfront property located 3 miles from the event. Room rates start at $199/night + 12.5% tax. For reservations call 866-976-6659. Self-parking is $28/per night. Free shuttle service to/from UCSD. For shuttle arrangements call 858-551-4679.
Best Western Premier Del Mar
720 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014 - (Website)
Best Western Premier Del Mar is located 5.5 miles from the event. There are a limited number of UCSD guest rooms at $99.99 to $199.99/night + 12.5% tax, when available. To enquire if they have UCSD rooms available, call 1-858-755-9765 (local), and mention you have business with UCSD Center for Circadian Biology. Parking is currently free. Free shuttle service to/from UCSD Mon-Fri from 7:45am-3:45pm.
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
10950 North Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA 92037 - (Website)
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines is located 1 mile from the event. Room rates start at $197/night + 12.5% tax. Call (local) 1-858-558-4584. Self-parking is $33/per night. No shuttle available.
Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa
9700 N. Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA 92037 - (Website)
The Estancia Hotel & Spa is conveniently located within walking distance from the event. Room rates start at $312/night + 12.5% tax. Call (toll free) 1-877-437-8262, or (local) 1-858-550-1000. Self-parking is $30/per night. Free shuttle service within 3 miles of the Hotel.
Residence Inn by Marriott
8901 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037 - (Website)
The Residence Inn is 2 miles from the event. Studio suites start at $209/night + 12.5%. Call 1-800-331-3131 (US and Canada) or 1-858-587-1770 (local), Parking is $18.00/night. Free shuttle service to/from UCSD Mon-Fri from 7am-7pm. Complimentary breakfast is included.
Lyft and Uber are available at the airport. The cost is typically $30 to UC San Diego. A taxi will cost approximately $70 each way.
- Susan Golden (CCB Director, Molecular Biology, UC San Diego)
- David Welsh (CCB Associate Director, Psychiatry, UC San Diego)
- Sonia Ancoli-Israel (Psychiatry, UC San Diego)
- Stu Brody (Molecular Biology, UC San Diego)
- Michael Gorman (Psychology, UC San Diego)
- William Joiner (Pharmacology, UC San Diego)
- Katja Lamia (Scripps Research)
- Atul Malhotra (Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, UC San Diego)
- Michael McCarthy (Psychiatry, UC San Diego)
- Satchin Panda (Salk Institute)
- Jose Pruneda-Paz (Cell and Developmental Biology, UC San Diego)
- Dorothy Sears (Endocrinology & Metabolism, UC San Diego)
- Karen Tonsfeldt (Reproductive Medicine, UC San Diego)
- Amir Zarrinpar (Gastroenterology, UC San Diego)
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