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Fachgebiet: Krebs , Pathologie , Nephrologie

34th Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine

This year’s Ernst Klenk Symposium targets at epigenetic mechanisms and possible clinical applications. Epigenetics comprises all regulatory mechanisms of gene expression and regulates everything beyond genetics.

The Klenk Symposium 2018 will bring together an outstanding and diverse group of scientists at the forefront of epigenetics who will share and discuss the latest advances in the following sessions:

•    Session I: Nuclear architecture and chromatin remodeling
•    Session II: Phase separation in transcriptional regulation

•    Session III: Transcriptional and posttranscriptional control

•    Session IV: Epigenetic strategies for therapeutic intervention
•    Session V: Regulation of development and disease

Further information and Klenk Program 2018 and Klenk Poster 2018

Call for submission of abstracts for poster presentation deadline August 27, 2018
If you are interested in presenting a poster during the Klenk Symposium, please send your poster abstract by August 27, 2018. Further information.

We are very pleased to inform you, that the participation in the Klenk Symposium 2018 is free of charge. Please register here.

We are honored to announce that Prof. Dr. Roland Schüle (Medical Center - University Freiburg - Freiburg, DE) and Prof. Dr. Yang Shi (Harvard Medical School, Boston's Children Hospital - Boston, US) have accepted our invitation to be the honorary guest speakers of the Ernst Klenk Lecture (Oct. 04 and 05, 2018 at 5/6 p.m.) and to act as scientific coordinators.

We are expecting a highly interactive meeting sparked by the panel of internationally renowned speakers, who will discuss their latest research developments with an audience of scientists, physicians and in particular junior researchers and students.

We are looking forward to welcoming you!

  • Thema:

    34th Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine

  • Datum:

    Donnerstag, 04. Oktober 2018

  • Ort:

    ZMMK-Forschungsgebäude, Gebäude 66, Robert-Koch-Straße 21, 50931 Köln

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