Microbial regulation, engineering and morphogenesis
27th- 29th October 2017
The sessions on microbial regulation, manipulation and morphogenesis will focus on both bacterial systems, microbial communities and eukaryotes such as yeast. Bacterial biology will be discussed highlighting mechanisms of regulation and morphogenesis as well as cutting edge tools for manipulation. Eukaryotic biology will feature mechanisms of chromosome segregation, organelle biogenesis and trafficking using yeast as the model system.
Coordinators: Manikuntala Kundu, Joyoti Basu and Srimonti Sarkar
Microbiology in the New Millenium: from Molecules to Communities
Confirmed Speakers
Devaki Bhaya,
Carnegie Institution for Science, California, USA
Arati Ramesh,
NCBS, Bangalore
India
Anjana Badrinarayanan, NCBS, Bangalore
India
Sunish Radhakrishnan, IISER, TVM
India
R. Srinivasan,
NISER, Bhubaneswar
India
Teresa Zoladek,
Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Warsaw, Poland
 
Dibyendu Bhattacharyya, ACTREC, Navi Mumbai
India
Kaustuv Sanyal,
JNCASR, Bangalore
India
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