15th Annual q-bio Conference, June 15-17, 2022.
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA.
We are excited to announce the 15th Annual q-bio Conference to be held on June 16 – 17, 2022 at the Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The q-bio Conference at CSU will provide an intimate and enthusiastic venue to bring together diverse researchers with the common goal to advance predictive modeling and theoretical understanding of cellular and molecular biological systems, and in coordination with quantitative experimentation. The focus of the 2022 will be learning of biological control mechanisms through modeling and analysis of single-cell data.
It has been three years since the last in person meeting for the Annual q-bio Conference (2019 Program at UCSF), and Northern Colorado is especially lovely in June. We fully expect this year’s program to generate lively discussions, to help nucleate new collaborations, and to rekindle those collaborative relationships that brought us all to this interdisciplinary field in the first place.
This year, the 2022 q-bio Conference will again be directly associated with an annual Q-Bio Summer School that will be held immediately before the program on June 1-15 (both in person and virtually). The focus will be learning models from single-cell optical microscopy experiments. Please encourage your enthusiastic students to apply.
- We hope to assemble a preliminary program by March 18,
Applications and contributed talk abstracts due by April 8,
- Late-Breaking Poster Abstracts can be accepted until April 30.
- Notification of acceptance for presentation will be sent starting April 22.
- A final program of talks will be posted May 1.
- Early registration will open on May 1 for accepted participants.
- General Registration will start May 12.
We hope to see you this summer here in beautiful Fort Collins.
Program at a Glance
The meeting will start at 2pm on Wednesday, June 15 and continue to 5pm on Friday, June 17.
Presentation Types and Talk Length:
- Invited talks will be 25 minutes, plus 5 minutes of questions.*
- Contributed talks will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions.*
- Spotlight talks will be 3 minutes (no questions).*
- Posters should be 3 feet (1m) wide by 4 feet (1.3m) tall.
- Pre-Recorded Poster/Talk Pitch videos (to be streamed online and in the meeting break room) should be no more than 3 minutes in length and must be recorded as an mp4 (this can be done easily using zoom).
*All talks must stay on a strict schedule to allow for streaming and participation by the virtual audience.