New Horizons in Calcium Signaling

October 10-13, 2010
Beijing, China

The Biophysical Society and the Biophysical Society of China are cosponsoring a meeting on calcium signaling. The  registration and abstract submission site is now open online at

Keynote Lecturer

Richard W. Tsien
Ca2+ Infl ux Pathways, Ca2+ Stores, and Control of Neuronal Signaling Properties

Ca2+ Signaling in Cell Migration, Cancer and Apoptosis
Heiping Cheng, Peking University, Beijing, China
Mu-Ming Poo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China
Joseph J. Falke, University of Colorado, Boulder
Sarah Roberts-Thomson, University of Queensland, Australia
Donald Choi Chang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

TRP Channels, Organelles and Ca2+ Signaling
David Clapham, Harvard University
Xiao-Jian (Jason) Yuan, University of California, San Diego
Uhtaek Oh, Seoul National University, Korea
Michael X. Zhu, Ohio State University, Columbus

Ca2+ Signaling and Secretion
Wolfhard Almers, Vollum Institute
Weiping Han, Singapore University, Singapore
Zhuan Zhou, Peking University, Beijng, China
Tao Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Haruo Kasai, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Jianyuan Sun, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Ca2+ Signaling in Neurons
David T. Yue, Johns Hopkins University
Ryohei Yasuda, Duke University
Diane Lipscombe, Brown University,
Masanobu Kano, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Shumin Duan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China

Ca2+ Signaling in Cardiac Muscle
W. Jonathan Lederer, Maryland Biotechnology Institute
Sandor Gyorke, Ohio State University
Shi-Qiang Wang, Life Sciences College, Peking University, Peking, China
Long-Sheng Song, University of Iowa
Rui-Ping Xiao, Shenzen Graduate School, Peking University, Peking, China

Ca2+ Signaling in Skeletal and Smooth Muscles
Eduardo Rios, Rush University
Mark T. Nelson, University of Vermont
Gil Wier, University of Maryland
Jin Zhang, University of Maryland

February 2010 Table of Contents

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