Paris-Munich Epigenetics Workshop & Symposium June 14-16, 2023
An exciting exchange between the Paris and Munich epigenetic research communities
The WORKHOP and SYMPOSIUM took place at the Life Science Campus Martinsried (just southwest of Munich) in the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Large Auditorium in the T-Building, Am Klopferspitz 18, 82152 Planegg-Martinsried.
The Paris-Munich Epigenetics Worshop & Symposium had two parts:
- the SYMPOSIUM, open for all students and researchers in the Paris/Munich communities and beyond
- a WORKSHOP for selected doctoral or postdoctoral researchers that are new to the field of Epigenetics
Confirmed Symposium speakers:
Geneviève Almouzni (Institut Curie, Paris)
Till Bartke (IFE Helmholtz Munich)
Peter Becker (LMU Munich)
Déborah Bourc’his (Institut Curie, Paris)
Thomas Carell (LMU Munich)
Maria Colomé-Tatché (LMU Munich)
Pierre-Antoine Defossez (Université Paris Cité, Paris)
Maxim Greenberg (Institut Jaques Monod, Paris)
Heinrich Leonhardt (LMU Munich)
Raphaël Margueron (Institut Curie, Paris)
Sophie Polo (Université Paris Cité, Paris)
Claire Rougeulle (Université Paris Cité, Paris)
Kikuë Tachibana (MPI Biochemistry Munich)
Maria Elena Torres-Padilla (IES Helmholtz Munich))
EMBO Young Investigator Program (YIP) Lecturer:
Edda Schulz (MPI Molecular Genetics Berlin)
Organizers: Till Bartke, Pierre-Antoine Defossez, Heinrich Leonhardt, Kikuë Tachibana
Poster Prize Awardees – Enes Ugur (Human Biology & BioImaging, LMU Munich) and Magdalena Valenta (IFE, Helmholtz Munich)
Short Talk Awardees – Erika Chacin (BMC, LMU Munich) and Emeline Roger (Institut Curie, Paris)
The SYMPOSIUM took place from June 14-16, 2023 and was open for all interested students and scientists from the Paris and Munich communities and beyond. During the Symposium renowned speakers from the two communities presented their latest insights into Epigenetics in sessions on quantitative approaches, DNA methylation, chromatin regulation and chromatin dynamics. Short talks and poster presentations from early career (doctoral and postdoctoral) researchers were selected from the submitted abstracts.
The WORKSHOP took place on June 14 and June 16 prior to and following the symposium, and was open for selected early stage doctoral and postdoctoral researchers new to the field of Epigenetics. The workshop focussed on the core concepts of cutting-edge Epigenetics research, taught by senior academic experts, as well as career orientation and communication skills, presented by alumna and professionals in the field. Workshop participants had the opportunity to network and exchange, with discussions during the workshop, as well as with featured short talks and posters during the symposium.
Travel grants were available.
WORKSHOP applicants provided an abstract (approx. 400 words), short motivational letter, and a short CV.
Workshop applications also included the travel grant and attendance to the symposium – it is not necessary to register separately for the symposium!
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Thanks to generous support from the DFG (SFB 1064 Chromatin Dynamics), Labex, the French-German University and EMBO, the symposium is free of charge.