Thursday, July 21

14:00-14:30 Bártek Jiří
Denmark Genome Integrity Maintenance: Mechanisms and Relevance for Aging, Cancer Development and Treatment
14:30-15:00   McKnight Steven
USA A Solid State Conceptualization of Information Transfer from Gene to Message to Protein
15:00-15:30 Le Novere Nicolas
UK Computational Modelling of Intracellular Signalling - From the Molecule to the Cell
16:00-16:30 Hirokawa Nobutaka
Japan Kinesin Superfamily Molecular Motors, KIFs and Intracellular Transport: From Regulation of Neuronal Functions and Development to Diseases
16:30-17:00 Baumeister Wolfgang
Germany The Challenge of Doing Structural Biology In Situ
17:00-17:30 Misteli Tom
USA Deep Imaging to Probe Genome Organization and Function

Friday, July 22

08:30-09:00 Grosveld Frank Netherlands Transcription and the Dynamics of the 3D Structure of the Genome
09:00-09:30 Martienssen Rob
USA Heterochromatin Reprogramming and Epigenetic Inheritance: How to Avoid Bad Karma
09:30-10:00 Lin Haifan USA Uniting the Genome: The Role of piRNAs in the Germline
10:30-11:00 Wang Xiaodong
China Mitochondrial Pathways of Programmed Cell Death
11:00-11:30 Yoshimori Tamotsu
Japan Autophagy: Its Membrane Dynamics and Implications in Diseases
11:30-12:00 Vandenabeele Peter
Belgium Regulation of RIPKs in Cell Survival and Cell Death by Apoptosis and Necroptosis, Insights and Therapeutic Potential

Saturday, July 23

08:30-09:00 Watt Fiona UK Studying Epidermal Stem Cells at Single Cell Resolution
09:00-09:30 Humphries Martin
UK CDK1 Inhibition Triggers Adhesion Remodelling Prior to Mitosis
Leptin Maria Germany Subcellular and Supracellular Mechanisms of Cell Morphogenesis
10:30-11:00 Almouzni Geneviève
France Shaping Chromatin in the Nucleus, the Bricks and the Architects
11:00-11:30 Hetzer Martin
USA How the Nuclear Envelope Controls Genome Function
11:30-12:00 Gasser Susan
Switzerland The Crucial Role of Heterochromatin in Preserving Genome Integrity: A Study in C. Elegans

Sunday, July 24

08:30-09:00 Bertuzzi Stefano
USA Special Lecture: The Curious Incident of the Translational Dog that didn’t Bark. Where is Cell Biology Going? And Where a PhD in Science Take You?
09:00-09:30 Oren Moshe
Israel The Fifty Shades of p53
09:30-10:00 LeRoith Derek
USA The Effects of the Growth Hormone/Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 Axis on Metabolism and Diabetes
10:30-11:00 Jacobs Howy
Finland Machinery and Mechanisms of Mitochondrial DNA Maintenance
11:00-11:30 Zerial Marino
Germany Molecular Mechanisms of Endosome Biogenesis, Fusion and Signalling
11:30-12:00 Bloom Marshall USA Late Breaking Topic Lecture: The Cytoarchitecture of Zika Virus Replication in Human Neuroblastoma and Aedes Albopictus Cells

Monday, July 25

08:30-09:00 Mattaj Iain
Germany Special Lecture: Promoting Excellence by Choice: EMBL and International Life Science Collaboration
09:00-09:30 Hořejší Václav
Czech Republic Immunoreceptor Signaling and Membrane Microdomains
09:30-10:00 Di Fiore Pier Paolo
Italy The Numb:p53 Axis Connect Asymmetric Cell Division and Tumor Suppression in Mammary Stem Cells
10:30-11:00 Peters Jan-Michael
Austria Cohesin Is Positioned in Mammalian Genomes by Transcription, CTCF and Wapal
11:00-11:30 Heald Rebecca
USA Mechanisms of Mitosis and Size Control in Xenopus
11:30-12:00 Nigg Erich
Switzerland Cell Cycle Control: Impact of Centrosome Aberrations on Microcephaly and Cancer



July 24
Saturday photos has been posted..

July 19
Practical information fully updated.

July 19
A - Z information available.

July 19
Check out the content of our Exhibitor Showcases.

July 15
Details on Congress Dinner published. Tickets will be available at registration desk.

July 1
Just announced! Symposium “Cell Biology Education – Teaching and Training in Research and Scientific Writing

June 28
Best Poster Award!

June 22

Detailed Scientific programme and Guidelines for authors published.






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