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Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition meeting in Singapore (Oct.10-Oct.13)

Posted by , on 16 June 2011

The fifth international EMT (epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition) meeting will be held this year from Oct 10 to Oct 13 in the beautiful city state of Singapore.  The meeting is co-organized by Jean Paul Thiery and Erik Thompson. It will cover recent development in the EMT field, ranging from basic molecular and developmental mechanisms to translational research (cancer, stem cell and clinical applications).

EMT/MET is a fairly common phenomenon in animal development. For those of you working on basic developmental biology, but interested in having a wider perspective of your research that funding agencies love to hear, this meeting will be a great opportunity.

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Registration: Early Bird Registration closes on 30 June 2011. Regular registration opens from 1 July.

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