5th International Munich Symposium – Chromatin Dynamics 2019
The symposium took place from October 10-12, 2019 in the Biomedical Center Munich
Flexibility and plasticity to respond to varying developmental and environmental needs is anchored in dynamic chromatin organisation. At the 5th Munich Chromatin Symposium on Chromatin Dynamics, outstanding speakers discussed various aspects in this field ranging from atomic resolution to systems biology approaches.
True to the successful format of past meetings, this international symposium offered the opportunity for exchange, discussion and networking for both newcomers and experts in the field.
KEYNOTE LECTURER: RICHARD A. YOUNG (Cambridge, USA)
Speakers: Wouter de Laat (Utrecht), Michela Di Virgilio (Berlin), Anne Ferguson-Smith (Cambridge, UK), Christian Häring (Heidelberg), René Ketting (Mainz), Edward Lemke (Mainz), Lucas Pelkmans (Zurich), Kathrin Plath (Los Angeles), Paola Scaffidi (London), Marc Timmers (Freiburg)
See the complete program, poster registry and a symposium gallery at www.sfb1064.med.uni-muenchen.de/symposium_2019.