SICB 2014 Meeting, Austin TX, January 3-7, 2014

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DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title 
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
08:00  Salon A S4.1-1 ADELMAN, JS How radio telemetry and radio frequency identification can help link individual immune responses and disease dynamics in wild animals   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
08:30  Salon A S4.1-2 GARNIER, R; WATT, KA; CHEUNG, C; PILKINGTON, JG; MCNEILLY, T; PEMBERTON, JM; NUSSEY, DH; GRAHAM, AL* Just how much do antibodies cost? Nutrition and humoral immunity in wild Soay sheep   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
09:30  Salon A S4.1-4 SANDMEIER, F.C.*; TRACY, C.R. Addition of relative metabolism in the “pace of life” hypothesis: incorporating ectothermic physiology   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
10:30  Salon A S4.2-1 FASSBINDER-ORTH, C Using molecular techniques to measure immune responses and infectious disease dynamics in non-model species   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
11:00  Salon A S4.2-2 ADAMO, Shelley A Stress/immune interactions: A pathological relationship or an adaptive response to adverse conditions?   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
11:30  Salon A S4.2-3 LONGO, A. V.*; BURROWES, P. A.; ZAMUDIO, K. R. Genomic Approaches to Understand Host Survival under Seasonally-Modulated Pathogen Dynamics   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
14:00  Salon A S4.3-2 DOWNS, C.J.*; DOCHTERMANN, N.A. Statistical approaches to uncovering ecological and evolutionary causes and consequences of behavioral and physiological differences among individuals.   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S4
Methods and mechanisms in ecoimmunology
14:30  Salon A S4.3-3 SCHNEIDER, DS Mapping infections in phase space   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
08:00  Salon B S5.1-1 BLOB, R.W.*; ESPINOZA, N.R.; BUTCHER, M.T.; LEE, A.H.; D\'AMICO, A.R.; BAIG, F.M.; SHEFFIELD, K.M. Diversity of Limb Bone Safety Factors for Locomotion in Terrestrial Vertebrates: Evolution and Mixed Chains   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
08:30  Salon B S5.1-2 BIEWENER, Andrew*; WAKELING, James; LEE, Sabrina; ARNOLD-RIFE, Allison; HOLT, Natalie Validation of Hill-type muscle models in relation to neuromuscular recruitment and force-velocity properties: predicting muscle force patterns.   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
09:00  Salon B S5.1-3 ARELLANO, C.J.*; KRAM, R Partitioning the Metabolic Cost of Human Running: A Task-by-Task Approach   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
10:00  Salon B S5.2-1 LEE, David V*; MCGOWAN, Craig P; ISAACS, Michael R Is the spring in our step the spring in our leg?   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
10:30  Salon B S5.2-2 QIAO, M; JINDRICH, D. L.* Compensations During Unsteady Locomotion.   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
11:00  Salon B S5.2-3 KIM, Sangbae How to build robots from the lessons from animals: design challenges of the MIT Cheetah   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
11:30  Salon B S5.2-4 TRIMMER, B.A. Bone-free: Soft Mechanics for Adaptive Locomotion   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
13:30  Salon B S5.3-1 RANKIN, J.W.*; PAXTON, H; HUTCHINSON, J.R. Integrating experimental and computer simulation methods to reconstruct the evolution of avian bipedalism   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
14:00  Salon B S5.3-2 GILLIS, GB*; EKSTROM, L; AZIZI, E Using Anuran Landing as a Model for Studying Controlled Deceleration   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
14:30  Salon B S5.3-3 WUNDERLICH, R.E.*; MILLER, C.E.; TONGEN, A.L.; SCHMITT, D. Dynamics of locomotor transitions from arboreal to terrestrial substrates in Verreaux’s sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi)   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S5
Terrestrial Locomotion - Where Do We Stand, Where Are We Going?
15:00  Salon B S5.3-4 BIRN-JEFFERY, AV*; HIGHAM, TE What goes up must come down: how sloped surfaces impact the mechanics of locomotion   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
08:15  Salon C S6.0 PADILLA, DK*; SWALLA, BJ; TSUKIMURA, B A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope Between Stability and Change   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
09:00  Salon C S6.1-2 HALE, M. E. Stability and change in the development of movement systems: Meeting short-term functional demands of the early life history and long-term needs for growth and maturation to the adult form.   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
09:30  Salon C S6.1-3 SMITH, J.*; COSENTINO, C. Reliability and Modularity in the Sea Urchin Gene Regulatory Network for Endomesoderm Specification   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
10:30  Salon C S6.2-1 BAGHERI, N Computational analysis of signaling data elucidates dynamic regulatory networks that govern complex cellular responses.   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
11:00  Salon C S6.2-2 GRUNBAUM, D.*; PADILLA, D.K. SCALES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE, ENVIRONMENTAL MATCHING AND THE DYNAMICS OF PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
13:30  Salon C S6.3-1 NIJHOUT, H.F.*; REED, M.C. Homeostasis and dynamic stability of the phenotype: Implications for understanding the nature and evolution of robustness and plasticity    
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
14:00  Salon C S6.3-2 GREENLEE, Kendra J.*; MONTOOTH, Kristi L. Predicting performance and plasticity in the development of respiratory structures and metabolic systems   
 Sunday, Jan. 5  S6
A New Organismal Systems Biology: How Animals Walk the Tightrope between Stability and Change
14:30  Salon C S6.3-3 COWAN, N. J.*; DANIEL, T. L. Control and dynamics of movement in biology II: what does control theory have to offer integrative biology?   


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