8:00 a.m.        CHECK-IN & Breakfast


8:45 a.m.        Welcome

Why Does Biometrology Matter?
The Honorable Dr. Willie E. May, Director Emeritus, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 
Director of Major Research and Training Initiatives, College of Computer, Mathematical, and the Natural Sciences, University of Maryland College Park

 

 


9:00 a.m.        Making the Measurements that Matter 

In Pursuit of Perfect Genome Sequencing
Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology, Johns Hopkins University

 

 

Revealing Hidden Dynamics in the Unfolding of Individual Membrane Proteins with 1-μs-resolution Atomic Force Microscopy
Tom Perkins, Fellow and Associate Chair, JILA, NIST & University of Colorado


10:00 a.m.      Lightning Talks       


10:30 a.m.      Break & Poster Viewing


11:00 A.M.

CREATING STANDARDS FOR BIOLOGY: SUCCESSES AND OPPORTUNITIES

Creating the Atomic Clock of the Genome
Marc Salit, JIMB Executive Committee; Leader, Genome-Scale Measurements Group, NIST; Adjunct Professor of Bioengineering and of Pathology, Stanford University

 


Genome-Scale Measurements You Can Trust
Sarah Munro, JIMB Executive Committee; Team Leader, Genome-Scale Measurements Group, NIST

 


On Standards and Synthetic Biology
Drew Endy, JIMB Executive Committee; Associate Professor of Bioengineering, Stanford University; President, The BioBricks Foundation


12:00 p.m.      Lunch IN THE HUANG AMPHITHEATER 


1:15 P.M.

Making the Measurements that Matter II

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Making Quantitative Measurements at Single Cell Resolution
Nicholas Navin, Associate Professor, Co-Director, DNA Sequencing Core,
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 

 


Directed Evolution of Molecular Probes to Measure & Manipulate Cellular Molecules & Events
Alice Ting, Professor of Genetics, of Biology and, by courtesy, of Chemistry, Stanford University

 

 


Developing New Microfluidic Tools for High-Throughput Enzymology
Polly Fordyce, Assistant Professor of Genetics and of Bioengineering, Stanford University

 

 


2:45 p.m.        Break & Poster Viewing


3:15 p.m.        Biotechnology Innovation: What’s Next?

What Good is a Computer without a Keyboard and Display?
Christina Smolke, Professor of Bioengineering and, by courtesy, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University; Co-founder, CEO and President, Antheia, Inc. 

 


This Lab is Your Lab: Bringing Benchwork to the Cloud.
DJ Kleinbaum, Co-founder and Co-CEO, Emerald Cloud Lab 

 

 


4:15 p.m.

Moderated DISCUSSION: Using Biometrology to Advance the Bioeconomy

Moderator:


William Greenleaf, Associate Professor of Genetics and, by courtesy, of Applied Physics, Stanford University

 

 

Panelists:

Jennifer Cochran, Associate Professor of Bioengineering, and (by courtesy) Chemical Engineering; Co-founder xCella Biosciences, Co-founder Nodus Therapeutics

 

 

Dr. Bernd Güttler, Director and Professor, Head of Division 3, Chemical Physics and Explosion Protection, Physikalisch-Technisch Bundesanstalt

 

 

The Honorable Dr. Willie E. May, Director Emeritus, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Director of Major Research and Training Initiatives, College of Computer, Mathematical, and the Natural Sciences, University of Maryland College Park

 

 

Stephen Quake, Lee Otterson Professor of Bioengineering, Applied Physics and Physics (by courtesy), Stanford University; Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub 

 

 

Darlene Solomon, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Agilent Technologies


Happy Hour, Continued Discussion & Poster Viewing

 

5:00 p.m.