3 - 6 October 2014

Cancer stem cells 20 years later: Achievements, controversies, emerging concepts and technologies

 
 
 

October 6-9, 2014

Wnt Signalling International Meeting, Western Australia

 

                         

 

Deadalines for submitting abstracts and program information

 
 

June 18-21 2014

ISCCR 12th annual meeting, Vancouver

 

 

Submission deadline for abstracts on 11th February 2014.

Abstract submission and registration open on 12th December 2013

 
 

14-15 October 2013

The 10th Annual Norwegian Stem Cell Networking Meeting, Oslo

 

The 10th Annual Norwegian Stem Cell Networking Meeting will be held on October 14-15

For more information visit NCS

 
 

14th - 15th October 2013

ECCP 2013, Toulouse

 
 
 

6-9 September 2013

PARP 2013 Quebec

 

 

Join us for the 19th Conference on ADP-ribosylation!


The organizers of the PARP 2013 meeting are pleased to announce the 19th Conference on ADP-ribosylation.

The past three years have seen significant progress in our understanding of poly(ADP-ribose)-mediated pathways in a wide range of cellular functions. Notably, in the last couple of years, dynamic groups carried out research in several area including:

-PARPs / PARG structures and their respective activation mechanisms
-Crosstalk between ubiquitination and poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation
-Identification of new pADPr-binding motifs and structural insights
-Therapeutic applications of PARP inhibitors in cancer
-PARP-1 and gene regulation
-Further characterization of novel PARP family members
-The development of mass spectrometry targeting ADP-ribosylation sites
-Identification of new pADPr-dependent chromatin regulators and DNA repair factors
-Etc.

The conference will bring together attendees from all over the world. Come and join discussions that will help to determine key aspects of future research efforts.

Program for PARP 2013

 
 

21st - 25th August 2013

2nd HEALING International Meeting on Hedgehog-Gli Signalling

 

2nd HEALING
International Meeting 
Arolla, Swiss Alps
21st PM - 25th AM August, 2013

Hh-Gli Signalling 
in Stem cells, Regeneration and Cancer

Click here to see list of confirmed speakers.

All inclusive fee (4 nights in double occupancy rooms, meals, coffee
breaks): 1100 Swiss Francs

Travel to Arolla (air/train/car via Geneva or elsewhere to Arolla by
train) is not included.

 
 

24th - 26th July 2013

ECSCRI Targeting Cancer Conference

 

This conference will be the launch event of the European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute, which aims to establish Cardiff University as an international leader in the field of cancer stem cell research.

I hope you can join us between 24th and 26th July 2013, when the conference will be dedicated to the theme of Cancer Stem Cells and will aim to address how the cancer stem cell concept might be used to target cancer and in the long term improve the prognosis for patients and develop new cancer therapies which will make a real difference to the lives of patients.

The ECSCRI Targeting Cancer Conference will be held at The Celtic Manor Resort (Newport, South Wales), it was the recent host for golf’s Ryder Cup competition and it has also won many awards as a conference venue. There will be a Gala dinner with poster prizes, networking opportunities and we also have the opportunity to have a golf tournament after the hard work!

Download the conferance poster here

 
 

14th - 16th July, 2013

Wnt Symposium 2013, Heidelberg

 
 
 

October 2012

Stem Cells: A Pathway Through the Maze, 5-7 December 2012

 

The Continuing Professional Development centre of the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education run a short course on Stem Cells

Stem Cells: A Pathway Through the Maze

5-7 December 2012

 

Twenty lecture and discussion sessions which bring together eighteen of the leading experts in the field to explore this cutting-edge technology. Note, this is a two-day course held over three days - from lunchtime on Wednesday until lunchtime on Friday.

Led by Dr Paul Fairchild, Co-Director, Oxford Stem Cell Institute, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford