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1st joint meeting of the French Society for Developmental Biology (SFBD) and the network for Functional Studies on Model Organisms (EFOR)

Posted by , on 10 November 2013

Dear colleague,

We are pleased to announce the 1st joint meeting of the French Society for Developmental Biology (SFBD) and the network for Functional Studies on Model Organisms (EFOR), to be held at the FIAP Jean Monnet center, 75014 Paris, Feb. 10-12, 2014.

This symposium, which also stands as the annual meeting of the SFBD society and of the EFOR network, will bring together distinguished speakers around  two key developmental topics: « Cell plasticity and tissue homeostasis » and « Laterality »
 
The following speakers have confirmed their participation:

Cell Plasticity and Tissue Homeostasis:

   Andrea Brand (Univ. of Cambridge UK)

   Isabel Farinas (Univ. de Valencia, Spain)

   Uri Frank (Univ. of Ireland, Galway, Ireland)

   Cayetano Gonzalez (IRB Barcelona, Spain)

   Thomas Graf (CGR Barcelona, Spain)

   Maarten van Lohuizen (NKI Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

   Shahragim Tajbakhsh (Pasteur Institute, Paris)
 

Laterality:

   Christelle Jozet-Alves (UCBN Caen, France)

   Oliver Hobert (Columbia U., NYC, USA)

   Thierry Lepage (CNRS UPMC Villefranche sur Mer, France)

   Stéphane Noselli (IBV Nice, France)

   Frédérique Peronnet (LBD Paris, France)

   Myriam Roussigné (CBD Toulouse, France)

 

A significant time will be allocated to short talks selected from the submitted abstracts, and to poster sessions.

The number of participants will be limited to 200.

Organizing committee: Laure Bally-Cuif (CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette), Angela Giangrande (IGBMC Illkirch) and Myriam Roussigné (CBD Toulouse)

 

Information and registration: http://www.sfbd.fr/meeting2014/

 




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