Deep Mutational Scanning Symposium

Speaker Bios

Lea Starita

 

Opening Remarks

 

BAT Lab, Genome Sciences, University of Washington

 

Jesse Bloom(KEYNOTE) Mapping Person to Person Variations that Escape Human Immunity to Influenza Virus Bloom Lab – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Nadav Ahituv

 

Functional Characterization of Gene Regulatory Elements

 

School of Pharmacy-UCSF

 

Calin Plesa

 

Multiplexed Characterization of Protein Families with DropSynth Gene Synthesis and Broad Mutational Scanning

 

Knight Campus – University of Oregon

 

Stephanie Zimmerman

 

Measuring the Effect of Missense Variants on Protein Stability Proteome-wide

 

Fields Lab – Genome Sciences -University of Washington

 

 

Benedetta Bolognesi

 

Deep Mutagenesis to Understand Prion-like Domains

 

Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia

 

Hong Kee Tan

 

Saturation Genome Editing of Developmental Disorder Genes

 

Sanger Institute
 

Andrew Glazer

 

 

Deep Mutational Scans of Cardiac Ion Channel Function and Cell Surface Abundance

 

Post Doctural Fellow, Vanderbilt University

 

Clara Amorosi

 

 

Massively Parallel Functional Profiling of CYP2C9 Variants Using a Yeast Activity Assay

 

Graduate Student, University of Washington

 

 

Juan Caideco

 

 

Phenotyping Variants of Unknown Significance with Cell Painting

 

Schmidt Fellow – Broad Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vatsan Raman

 

 

Functional Plasticity and Evolutionary Adaptation of Allosteric Regulation

 

 

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Seemay Chou

 

In Vitro Evolution of Hyperactive Bacterial Cell Wall- degrading Toxins

 

University of California, San Francisco

 

 

Eric Kelsic

 

 

Comprehensive Fitness Landscape of AAV Capsid Reveals a Viral Gene and Enables Machine-guided Design

 

 

Research Scientist, Harvard University/Dyno Therapeutics

 

 

Doug Fowler, Ph. D. Doug’s background is in protein science and genomics. He loves learning, developing new methods and helping people realize their goals. @dougfowler42 dfowler [at] uw.edu

 

 

Doug Fowler

 

 

Closing

 

 

Genome Sciences, University of Washington