The Chromatin Club Bay Area was founded to foster a scientific community between Stanford, Berkeley, UC San Francisco, UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, and other researchers in the surrounding Bay Area.
We organize monthly online seminars during which three scientists from our institutions present their work, and in person meetings each quarter to facilitate networking between researchers.
The scientific focus of the Chromatin Club Bay Area is broad and aims at bridging basic and translational epigenetic research.
Attendance is free of charge, but registration is required.
Livia Ulicna - Van Rechem lab, Stanford University
"Chromatin Remodelers Lost in Translation"
Antonio Gomez - LaSalle lab, UC Davis
"Placental Methylome Reveals a lncRNA-derived Micropeptide Associated with Autism and Chromatin"
Ali Palla - Fujimori lab, UC San Francisco
"Understanding Histone Demethylase KDM5A Beyond the Histone H3 Tail"