- "Tryptophan Synthesis and Degradation: Regulatory and Evolutionary
Charles Yanofsky, Stanford University
- "Experimental evidence-based annotation and metabolic analysis
of environmental microbes using MicrobesOnline"
Adam P. Arkin, UC Berkeley
- "Dealing With the Unknown: Metabolomics and Metabolite Atlases"
Ben Bowen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- "The Model SEED Resource for High Throughput Reconstruction of Genome-scaleMetabolic Models"
Christopher Henry, Argonne National Laboratory
- "Microbial ecology and the application of Pathway Tools to
Simon Eng, University of British Columbia
- "Comparative and evolutionary analysis of genomes from
B. Franz Lang, University of Montreal
- "From genome sequences to metabolic flux models"
Jeremy Zucker, Broad Institute
- "Integrating flux balance analysis of fungal genome-scale
metabolic networks into metabolic engineering practice."
James R. Collett, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- "JavaCycO: A polymorphic, object-oriented redesign of JavaCyc"
John Van Hemert, Iowa State University
- "Methanotrophic Bioplastic Production: Insights from Pathway /
Katherine Rostkowski, Stanford University
- "Towards a whole-cell model of Mycoplasma genitalium"
Markus Covert, Stanford
- "The IGS Annotation Engine and Manatee"
Michelle Gwinn Giglio, University of Maryland
- "The Protein Ontology (PRO)"
Natalia Roberts, Protein Information Resource
- "Acquisition and analysis of data in mass spectrometry based metabolomics"
Pavel Aronov, Stanford
- "Challenges in creating and curating plant PGDBs: Lessons learned from AraCyc and PoplarCyc"
Peifen Zhang, Carnegie Institution
- "ShewCyc and BeoCyc: discovery platforms for environmental and bioenergy research"
Tatiana Karpinets and Michael Leuze, Oak Ridge National Lab
- "Reasonably Random Synthetic Biology: Strain engineering for advanced biofuels at Amyris"
Timothy Gardner, Amyris Biotechnologies
- "A Sneak Peak at EcoCyc on the iPhone"
Peter Karp, SRI International
- "Constraint-based Modeling of Metabolic Networks"
Radhakrishnan Mahadevan, University of Toronto
- "Signaling Pathways in Pathway Tools"
Suzanne Paley, SRI International
- "Zoomable Cellular Network Overviews Using Modern Web Technologies"
Mario Latendresse, SRI International
- "Linking MetaCyc Reactions and Compounds to KEGG"
Tomer Altman, SRI International
Registration and Travel Information
The workshop will be held at SRI International in Menlo Park, CA in
the San Francisco Bay Area, with proximity to redwood forests, the
Napa Valley wine country, Lake Tahoe, and Northern California beaches.