Cell Biology of Megakaryocytes & Platelets
2015-04-19 to 2015-04-24
Lucca (Barga), Italy
The Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on the Cell Biology of Megakaryocytes and Platelets is the premier scientific meeting focused on the biology of megakaryocytes and the platelets that arise from them. This will be the 6th biennial meeting that was organized to bring together two groups of scientists with complimentary goals and interests.
ICBMB 2015 International Conference on Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
2015-04-22 to 2015-04-23
Adult Neurogenesis: Evolution, Regulation and Function
2015-05-06 to 2015-05-08
In 2015 we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Joseph Altman's landmark discovery of adult neurogenesis. The 2015 Abcam conference on adult neurogenesis aims at putting the developmental process of adult neurogenesis and its regulation into the wider context of its functional and presumed evolutionary relevance.
Bacterial Networks (BACNET) 2015
2015-05-09 to 2015-05-14
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain
The goal of BacNet15 is to cover most recent advances in key areas of bacterial network research, including information processing and signal transduction, uni- and multicellular behaviour, stress responses, small molecule signalling, cell biology, systems biology and bioengineering.
Cell Symposia Exercise Metabolism
2015-06-07 to 2015-06-09
This meeting will explore the biology of exercise from a whole-body perspective. We will look at a wide range of topics, from how the body and brain make metabolic adaptations during exercise to how exercise induces browning of white fat at the cellular level. We will also explore other beneficial effects of exercise, including protection against neurodegeneration and whether it might be possible to generate exercise in a pill.
EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration
2015-06-14 to 2015-06-17
This symposium will bring together basic and clinical research scientists working on different forms of neurodegeneration with their counterparts from the biotechnology and pharma industry, to apply recent insights gained in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases and the development of drug therapies. It will bridge the gap between basic research and medical research in an area that urgently requires therapeutic progress.
Gordon Research Conference — Chronobiology 2015
2015-06-28 to 2015-07-03
The 2015 Chronobiology GRC will present cutting-edge research on nearly all aspects of chronobiology with a special focus on circadian biology: molecular, cellular, systems, neural, physiological and behavioral. The Conference will feature a wide range of topics: e.g., the molecular mechanisms of circadian and non-circadian clocks; the control of physiological functions such as cell cycle, immune system, metabolism and aging by clocks, as well as the implications for health and disease; seasonal and ultradian cycles; entrainment mechanisms and control of sleep timing; the neurobiology of circadian clocks; as well as conceptual aspects of clocks and oscillators.
Gordon Research Conference — Cell Contact and Adhesion 2015
2015-06-28 to 2015-07-03
Andover, United States
The goal of this conference will be to focus the presentations and general discussions on how intercellular junctions respond to changes in tension and how such changes are conveyed to a cell’s interior to coordinate collective cell behaviors relevant to development (e.g., cell-on-cell migrations or intercellular intercalations required for tissue elongation) and disease (e.g., tumor invasion-front migrations). Participants from diverse backgrounds who do not frequently interact in other venues--ranging from biophysicists and biochemists to cell and developmental biologists--are invited to this meeting to achieve a more integrated "angstroms to tissue" view of cell contact and adhesion relevant to heath and disease.
Gordon Research Conference — Human Genetics & Genomics 2015
2015-07-19 to 2015-07-24
Newport, RI, USA
The 2015 Gordon Conference will focus on how we are synthesizing knowledge from this information, whether any of the old controversies are giving way to common ground, and discussions on what topics are likely to provoke the next round of stimulating disagreements. Speakers conducting state-of-the-art research in human genetics and genomics ranging from population and evolutionary genetics, to genome structure and function, to genome studies of common and rare diseases will be asked to revisit recent – and less recent – controversies in human genetics and genomics in light of the volumes of data emerging from their studies.
The 2015 Tissue Engineering Congress
2015-09-08 to 2015-09-10
London, United Kingdom
This three day meeting brings together the principles of engineering and life sciences in tissue development and regenerative medicine to discuss scientific research and developments of clinical applications from leading experts in the field. The newest research and developing technology will be discussed in an informal setting with plenty of networking opportunities
Mouse Molecular Genetics
2015-09-16 to 2015-09-19
Cambridge, United Kingdom
The Mouse Molecular Genetics conference attracts international participation and promotes the presentation of novel, unpublished research findings. This year’s conference will showcase the latest developments in genetics, genomics, engineering of the mouse genome, systems analysis and imaging of dynamic molecular and physiological processes.
MICROSCON - Swiss International Conference on Industrial Microbiology
2015-10-05 to 2015-10-06
The “MICROSCON 2015″ marks the continuous exploration of advances and trends in industrial microbiology. The “MICROSCON 2015” offers also a great opportunity to present your work to the scientific community from academia and industry with an interest in state-of-the-art applied and industrial microbiology. Participants are warmly invited to submit poster abstracts to present original research contributions on the industrial application, exploitation, discovery and control of microorganisms.
PI3K-like protein kinases
2015-11-03 to 2015-11-05
Viruses 2016 - At the Forefront of Virus–Host Interactions
2016-01-26 to 2016-01-28
Pharmacenter, Basel, Switzerland