Call for Papers: Tissue Self-Organisation @ European Molecular Biology Laboratory [Heidelberg, Germany, Mar 11-14]: Submit by Dec 13
This symposium will cover cell and developmental biology, tissue biophysics, theoretical modelling, organoids and synthetic biology, and provide a platform to discuss and identify key approaches and future collaborations in tissue self-organisation.
EMBO | EMBL Symposia promote scientific communication and collaboration in the European research area. They provide scientists with a platform to discuss and exchange ideas on forward-looking topics and new developments in the life sciences.
Topics emphasise upcoming developments and the interdisciplinary nature of related fields. Jointly funded and organised by EMBO and EMBL – and complementary to their respective courses, workshops, and conference programmes – the symposia promote scientific communication and collaboration.
All symposia are held in the EMBL Advanced Training Centre (ATC) in Heidelberg, Germany.
- Symmetry breaking in cells and tissues
- Collective cell behaviour
- Tissue mechanics
- Pattern formation
- Modelling self-organisation
- Synthetic biology
- Organogenesis and organoids
This symposium aims to understand the mechanisms of self-organising properties of multi-cellular systems. One of the defining features of living systems is their capacity to break symmetry and self-organise to form reproducible shapes and patterns. However, the mechanistic understanding of this process remains a challenge as it requires a multi-disciplinary approach.
This symposium will bring together those working in distinct disciplines such as cell and developmental biology, tissue biophysics, theoretical modelling, organoids and synthetic biology, and will provide a platform to discuss and identify key approaches and future collaborations.
Who should attend?
Researchers working on both the mechanisms and manipulation of tissue morphogenesis, using in vivoanimal models and ex vivo organoid approaches.
Location and Dates:
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany
11 – 14 Mar 2018
Registration: Jan 31, 2018
Abstract: Dec 13, 2017
Registration Fees (include admission, conference materials, meals and coffee breaks):
Participants are expected to book and pay their own accommodation and travel expenses.
|PhD Student||450 Euro|
EMBL Staff can register here (intranet access)
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Confirmation and Payment:
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Types of payments accepted are international bank transfers (only up to 8 weeks before event) and credit card payments.
Only registered participants are eligible to submit an abstract. We only accept online abstract submissions.
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