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EMBO Workshop — Perspectives on skin cancer prevention
08 Apr 2018 - 11 Apr 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Molecular Medicine | Cell & Tissue Architecture
Gordon Research Seminar — Environmental Endocrine Disruptors
02 Jun 2018 - 03 Jun 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
The Future of EDC Research: Cutting-Edge Techniques for Identifying Candidate EDCs and Novel Assays to Investigate Potential Health Outcomes
Gordon Research Conference — Environmental Endocrine Disruptors
03 Jun 2018 - 08 Jun 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Aiming for a Safe Chemical Environment: New Frontiers in the Comprehension of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Exposure, Effects and Specific Risk Assessment Requirements
Gordon Research Seminar — Transglutaminases in Human Disease Processes
16 Jun 2018 - 17 Jun 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
The 2018 GRS on Transglutaminases in Human Disease Processes is an exclusive platform that provides opportunities to present, exchange new data and discuss cutting edge ideas related to transglutaminase research.
Understanding the Role of Transglutaminases in Health and Disease: Recent Discoveries and Technological Advances
Gordon Research Conference — Transglutaminases in Human Disease Processes
17 Jun 2018 - 22 Jun 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
The meeting will discuss the latest cutting-edge research in transglutaminase chemistry and biology, bringing together the most eminent and innovative researchers, young investigators, trainees and newcomers to this field from across the world.
Towards Understanding and Modulating Transglutaminases in Human Diseases
Cell Symposium: Translational Immunometabolism
24 Jun 2018 - 26 Jun 2018 • Basel, Switzerland
The field of immunometabolism has thrived over the last decade, revealing not only the major roles played by immune cells in metabolic homeostasis but also the impact of metabolic pathways on immune cell function. As new discoveries continue to reveal the intricate links between immunology and metabolism, a key question arises: will our accumulated knowledge on immunometabolic deregulations translate into novel therapies for human diseases? During this Cell Symposium, you will hear about the latest advances in immunometabolism from physician-scientists, basic researchers and industry leaders. We will discuss how local and systemic metabolism are integrated at the cellular level to regulate immune cell function and we will focus on how novel insights into immunometabolism can be harnessed to advance and/or bolster therapeutic interventions in metabolic diseases, inflammation, autoimmunity, and cancer.
Gordon Research Seminar — Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
30 Jun 2018 - 01 Jul 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Disordered but Not Disorganized: How IDPs Drive Spatial and Temporal Cellular Regulation
Gordon Research Conference — Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
01 Jul 2018 - 06 Jul 2018 • Les Diablerets, Switzerland
Transcending Scales of Protein Disorder from Molecules to Medicines
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Last updated: 22 October 2017