Bringing together the Greater Philadelphia research community to share their latest research findings related to cell migration.
Co-organized by Drs. Ryan Petrie (Drexel University) and Bojana Gligorijevic (Temple College of Engineering).
Lunch and coffee breaks will be included.
Registration for Philly Motility is free, but space is LIMITED! If we become oversubscribed, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified if space becomes available.
This one-day meeting will have 12 invited speakers with additional speakers chosen from the submitted abstracts. The remainder of the submitted abstracts will be used to form a poster session in the afternoon of the symposium.
There will be a morning session with a coffee break, a poster session following lunch, an afternoon session, and our keynote speaker, Dr. Roberto Weigert from the National Cancer Institute at the NIH.
The morning session will highlight in vitro approaches to studying cell motility, while the afternoon sessions will highlight modeling and in vivo approaches. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Roberto Weigert, exemplifies the achievements that are possible when studying cell dynamics in living animals.
Roberto Weigert (NIH)
Peter Baas (Drexel)
Eti Cukierman (FCCC)
Dennis Discher (UPenn)
Dan Hammer (UPenn)
Chris Janetopolous (U Sciences)
Alisa Morss-Clyne (U Maryland)
Ken Meyers (U Sciences)
Vivek Shenoy (Penn)
Elias Spiliotis (Drexel)
Tatyana Svitkina (UPenn)
Erkan Tuzel (WPI)