SFB 1064 contributes: From Chromatin to RNA - A Systems View on Molecular Mechanisms
Heidelberg, November 21-22, 2017
This conference will combine two principal objectives: Providing opportunities for inspiring discussions on cutting edge research between participants and exchanging ideas to foster networking particularly amongst female scientists.
Prof. Dr. Michaela Smolle (CRC 1064 project A19) will be contributing with a talk on November 22, 2017.
Day 1 - Tuesday, November 21, 2017
- Networking Analyses Workshop
- Round table discussion: Career Development
- Soft skill sessions on advancing careers
Day 2 - Wednesday, November 22, 2017
- Chromatin Dynamics
- Regulation of gene expression at the mRNA level
- Systems Biology
The conference is open for women scientists at all levels: doctoral, postdoc, group leader and professor. Since the CRC 1064 is a co-sponsor, members and associates from our CRC have special deals for free registration. Please contact Elizabeth for details. email@example.com.
Registration is open until October 10, 2017.