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  1. 2019 Advisory Board Meeting/MyPage
  2. A Major Role of the Macrophage in Quantitative Genetic Regulation of Immunoresponsiveness and Antiinfectious Immunity
  3. A Neural Network Model of Retrieval-Induced Forgetting
  4. A Period2 Phosphoswitch Regulates and Temperature Compensates Circadian Period
  5. A Simpler Model of the Human Circadian Pacemaker
  6. A Stab at Time/Day 1 Continental Breakfast at SFI
  7. A Stab at Time/Day 1 Lunch (in SFI Kitchen)
  8. A Stab at Time/Day 1 PM Break
  9. A Stab at Time/Day 1 Transportation back to Hotel Santa Fe by carpool
  10. A Stab at Time/Day 1 Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI by carpool
  11. A Stab at Time/Day 2 AM Break
  12. A Stab at Time/Day 2 Continental Breakfast
  13. A Stab at Time/Day 2 Lunch (in SFI Kitchen)
  14. A Stab at Time/Day 2 PM Break
  15. A Stab at Time/Day 2 Transportation back to Hotel Santa Fe by carpool
  16. A Stab at Time/Day 2 Transportation from Hotel Santa Fe to SFI by carpool
  17. A Stab at Time/Group dinner at La Choza
  18. A Stab at Time/Group dinner at Paloma
  19. A Stab at Time/Group discussion
  20. A Stab at Time/Project summary, writing for the wiki
  21. A Stab at Time/Questions/discussion about representing time; script discussion
  22. A Stab at Time/Script writing
  23. A Tissue Engineered Model of Aging: Interdependence and Cooperative Effects in Failing Tissues
  24. A communal catalogue reveals Earth's multiscale microbial diversity
  25. A model comparison approach shows stronger support for economic models of fertility decline
  26. A quantitative model for the effects of light on the amplitude and phase of the deep circadian pacemaker based on human data
  27. A robust measure of food web intervality
  28. A theory of age-dependent mutation and senescence
  29. A truer measure of our ignorance
  30. A two process model of sleep regulation
  31. Abnormal Locus Coeruleus Sleep Activity Alters Sleep Signatures of Memory Consolidation and Impairs Place Cell Stability and Spatial Memory
  32. Addition of a non-photic component to a light-based mathematical model of the human circadian pacemaker
  33. Age-structured and stage-structured population dynamics
  34. Ageing-associated disorders
  35. Ageing and the circadian and homeostatic regulation of human sleep during forced desynchrony of rest, melatonin and temperature rhythms
  36. Aging, Rejuvenation, and Epigenetic Reprogramming: Resetting the Aging Clock
  37. Aging, mortality, and the fast growth trade-off of Schizosaccharomyces pombe
  38. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Breakout Group Discussions
  39. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Continental/Breakfast
  40. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  41. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 1 Group Dinner at La Choza
  42. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  43. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 1 PM Break
  44. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  45. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 2 Group Dinner at Restaurant Martin
  46. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  47. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 2 PM Break
  48. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 3 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  49. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Day 3 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room); Adjourn
  50. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Discussion, development of themes, and organization of breakout groups
  51. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases/Group Presentations and Plans for Next Steps
  52. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 1: Discussion, development of themes, and structure of breakout groups
  53. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  54. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  55. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 1 PM Break
  56. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  57. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  58. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 2 PM Break
  59. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 2 Working Group Breakout Session I
  60. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 2 Working Group Breakout Session II
  61. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 3 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  62. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 3 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  63. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 3 PM Break
  64. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 3 Working Group Breakout Session I
  65. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 3 Working Group Breakout Session II
  66. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 4 Continental Breakfast (outside Collins Conference Room)
  67. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 4 Lunch (outside Collins Conference Room)
  68. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 4 PM Break
  69. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 4 Working Group Breakout Session I
  70. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Day 4 Working Group Breakout Session II
  71. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Discussion of plans for wrapping up and final session breakout group presentations
  72. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Group Dinner at Radish & Rye
  73. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/MyPage
  74. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Session V: Aging and the Arrow of Time –Breakout Group Updates and Broader Themes of the SFI/JSMF Initiative
  75. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases II/Summary of Day 1: Each speaker from Day 1 gives a 5 minute, two slides summary (intended to bring late arrivals up to date)
  76. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Breakout Group Presentations
  77. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Closing and next steps
  78. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  79. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 1 Discussion, development of themes, and structure of breakout groups for the rest of the week
  80. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  81. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 1 PM Break
  82. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  83. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 2 Group Discussion and Working Group Planning Sessions
  84. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  85. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 2 Working Group Breakout Sessions
  86. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  87. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  88. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 PM Break
  89. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 Working Group Breakout Sessions I
  90. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 Working Group Breakout Sessions II
  91. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 3 Working Group Breakout Sessions III
  92. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 4 Continental Breakfast (outside Noyce Conference Room)
  93. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Day 4 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  94. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Discussion: Plans for an SFI publication / Presentation from SFI Press
  95. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Group Dinner
  96. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/KatieGostic
  97. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Optional additional Working Group Sessions (for those staying that afternoon)
  98. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Re-assembling: Brief updates and plans for Day 3
  99. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Session I: Immune System: Innate/Adaptive collaboration
  100. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Session II: Diversity, adaptive immunity, and age
  101. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Session III: Disease History, Aging, and Complex Time
  102. Aging and Adaptation in Infectious Diseases III/Welcome, Introductions and Workshop Overview
  103. Aging and measures of processing speed
  104. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/A time to sleep and a time to die
  105. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/About time: Precision measurements and emergent simplicities in an individual bacterial cell's stochastic aging dynamics.
  106. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/All creatures fast and slow: senescence and longevity across the tree of life
  107. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Bree Aldridge
  108. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Collins Conference Room)
  109. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Discussion
  110. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/JacopoGrilli
  111. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/LinChao
  112. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/MartinPicard
  113. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/MatteoOsella
  114. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/More questions than answers: relations between quantittative physiology and aging in E. coli
  115. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Overview of the meeting
  116. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Owen Jones
  117. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/SabrinaSpencer
  118. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/SrividyaIyer-Biswas
  119. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Stochastic processes shape senescence, beyond genes, and environment
  120. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Stochasticity, immortality, and mortality in E. coli
  121. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Systematic Physiology and Aging Across Diverse Organisms
  122. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/The long and the short of it: mycobacterial aging, asymmetry, and stress tolerance
  123. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Time perception and the rate of cellular aging outside the human body: an energetic perspective
  124. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/Toward a Molecular Understanding of Quiescence versus Senescence
  125. Aging in Single-celled Organisms: from Bacteria to the Whole Tree of Life/UliSteiner
  126. Aging in complex interdependency networks
  127. Amplification or suppression: Social networks and the climate change-migration association in rural Mexico
  128. An exploration of the temporal dynamics
  129. An opposite role for tau in circadian rhythms revealed by mathematical modeling
  130. Antidepressant suppression of non-REM sleep spindles and REM sleep impairs hippocampus-dependent learning while augmenting striatum-dependent learning
  131. Are There too Many Farms in the World? Labor-Market Transaction Costs, Machine Capacities and Optimal Farm Size
  132. Are individual differences in sleep and circadian timing amplified by use of artificial light sources?
  133. Asking the Right Questions in Alzheimer’s Research
  134. Available energy fluxes drive a transition in the diversity, stability, and functional structure of microbial communities
  135. Brain computer interface
  136. CD4 memory T cell levels predict life span in genetically heterogeneous mice.
  137. Chesapeake requiem
  138. Cholinergic modulation of cognitive processing: Insights drawn from computational models
  139. Choosing Prediction Over Explanation in Psychology: Lessons From Machine Learning
  140. Circadian pacemaker interferes with sleep onset at specific times each day: Role in insomnia
  141. Circadian phenotype impacts the brain's resting-state functional connectivity, attentional performance, and sleepiness
  142. Circadian regulation dominates homeostatic control of sleep length and prior wake length in humans
  143. Circadian temperature and melatonin rhythms, sleep, and neurobehavioral function in humans living on a 20-h day
  144. Climate shocks and rural-urban migration in Mexico: exploring nonlinearities and thresholds
  145. Climate shocks and the timing of migration from Mexico
  146. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/(Optional) SFI Community Lecture at the Lensic Performing Arts Center by Melanie Mitchell: Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans
  147. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Cocktail
  148. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Continental Breakfast
  149. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Lunch
  150. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Shuttle Departing Hotel Santa Fe (at lobby) to SFI
  151. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  152. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 1 wiki platform work time
  153. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Continental Breakfast
  154. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Lunch
  155. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  156. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Day 2 wiki platform work time
  157. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Group dinner
  158. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/MyPage
  159. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Recap from Day 1
  160. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Round Table Discussion 1: The nature of compensation and cognitive reserves
  161. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Round Table Discussion 2: The multiple scales of damage – from cells to networks
  162. Cognitive Regime Shift II - When/why/how the Brain Breaks/Round Table Discussion 3: Models for transforming circuits (neural) into tasks (psychology)
  163. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Group Dinner at La Boca
  164. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Collins Conference Room)
  165. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 1 PM Break
  166. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Collins Conference Room)
  167. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Dinner: self-organize
  168. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Collins Conference Room)
  169. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 2 PM Break
  170. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 3 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Collins Conference Room)
  171. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Day 3 Lunch (outside SFI Collins Conference Room); Adjourn
  172. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Open discussion, synthesis, planning for Day 3, platform time
  173. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Recap from Day 1
  174. Cognitive Regime Shift I - When the Brain Breaks/Research Jam
  175. Cognitive neuroscience of sleep
  176. Community of the Self
  177. Comparing the Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire and Munich ChronoType Questionnaire to the dim light melatonin onset
  178. Complexity of neural computation and cognition
  179. Control of Mammalian Circadian Rhythm by CKI -Regulated Proteasome-Mediated PER2 Degradation
  180. Coordinated reset
  181. Coordinated reset vibrotactile stimulation shows prolonged improvement in Parkinson's disease
  182. Correlation between interaction strengths drives stability in large ecological networks
  183. Critical networks exhibit maximal information diversity in structure-dynamics relationships
  184. Critical slowing down as early warning for the onset and termination of depression
  185. Critical slowing down as early warning for the onset and termination of depression2
  186. Critical slowing down as early warning for the onset and termination of depression3
  187. Critical slowing down as early warning for the onset and termination of depression4
  188. Data analysis using regression and multilevel/hierarchical models
  189. Decreased segregation of brain systems across the healthy adult lifespan
  190. Demography of dietary restriction and death in Drosophila
  191. Differential and enhanced response to climate forcing in diarrheal disease due to rotavirus across a megacity of the developing world
  192. Diversity, Stability, and Reproducibility in Stochastically Assembled Microbial Ecosystems
  193. Diversity of ageing across the tree of life
  194. Doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1810630115
  195. Domestic and International Climate Migration from Rural Mexico
  196. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 AM Break
  197. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  198. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  199. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 Open group discussion
  200. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 PM Break
  201. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 Shuttle Departing Hotel Santa Fe (at lobby) to SFI
  202. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 1 Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  203. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 AM Break
  204. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Collaborative Platform Work Time
  205. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  206. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  207. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Opening Remarks
  208. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 PM Break
  209. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Shuttle Departing Hotel Santa Fe (at lobby)
  210. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Day 2 Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  211. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/Group dinner at Casa Chimayo
  212. Dynamic Multi-System Resilience in Human Aging/MyPage
  213. Dynamical Resilience Indicators in Time Series of Self-Rated Health Correspond to Frailty Levels in Older Adults
  214. Dynamical indicators of resilience in postural balance time series are related to successful aging in high-functioning older adults
  215. Early-warning signals for critical transitions
  216. Eco-Evolutionary Theory and Insect Outbreaks
  217. Ecosystem tipping points in an evolving world
  218. Editorial overview: Neurobiology of cognitive behavior: Complexity of neural computation and cognition
  219. Effects of host heterogeneity on pathogen diversity and evolution
  220. Elevated success of multispecies bacterial invasions impacts community composition during ecological succession
  221. Emancipatory catastrophism: What does it mean to climate change and risk society?
  222. Emergence of complex dynamics in a simple model of signaling networks
  223. Emergent simplicity in microbial community assembly
  224. Entrainment of the human circadian clock to the natural light-dark cycle
  225. Environmental Dimensions of Migration
  226. Evidence of strain structure in Plasmodium falciparum var gene repertoires in children from Gabon, West Africa
  227. Evolution and climate variability
  228. Experience-dependent phase-reversal of hippocampal neuron firing during REM sleep
  229. Exposure to room light before bedtime suppresses melatonin onset and shortens melatonin duration in humans
  230. Extended Twilight among Isogenic C. elegans Causes a Disproportionate Scaling between Lifespan and Health
  231. Fisher's geometrical model and the mutational patterns of antibiotic resistance across dose gradients
  232. Fisher's geometrical model emerges as a property of complex integrated phenotypic networks
  233. Five Years of Experimental Warming Increases the Biodiversity and Productivity of Phytoplankton
  234. Fractal dynamics in physiology: Alterations with disease and aging
  235. Frequency-dependent selection in vaccine-associated pneumococcal population dynamics
  236. Genetics of the human circadian clock and sleep homeostat
  237. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Adjourn; Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  238. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Breakout Group Discussion I
  239. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Breakout Group Discussion II
  240. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 AM Break
  241. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  242. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  243. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Open Discussion
  244. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 PM Break
  245. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Shuttle Departing Hotel Santa Fe (at lobby) to SFI
  246. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Shuttle Departing SFI to Hotel Santa Fe
  247. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 1 Wiki Platform Work Time
  248. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 2 AM Break
  249. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 2 Continental Breakfast (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)
  250. Hallmarks of Biological Failure/Day 2 Lunch (outside SFI Noyce Conference Room)

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