Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



27 June - 1 July, 2012 | Egmond aan Zee| Netherlands

About the Conference

This conference will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the identification of Wnt-1 by bringing together researchers who founded
the
field and the young scientists who will be responsible for its future.

Wnt ligands are key regulators of development, stem cell biology and regeneration. The dynamic control of Wnt signaling regulates basic cellular processes including cell proliferation, differentiation, migration and apoptosis. Recent advances in our understanding of signaling mechanisms have provided the tools and conceptual framework for the analysis of Wnt deregulation in disease.

These exciting developments have led to the emergence of early-stage therapies for the treatment of disease.

TOPICS WILL INCLUDE

• basic mechanisms of signal transduction and their role in development

• Wnt interactions with other signaling pathways

• human oncogenesis and other diseases

• therapeutic targeting and drug development

This conference will provide a unique opportunity for interaction between renowned and young scientists who have been attracted by the vibrancy of the field. Participants will have the opportunity to present and discuss their work during formal and informal sessions and at the poster displays.


Plenary lectures by Nobel-prize winning founders of the field will be complemented by presentations on biological mechanisms, stem cell biology and translational research.


KEY DATES

Dec 6th 2011 Pre-Registration and Abstract Submission opens
Feb 29th 2012 Pre-Registration and Abstract Submission finishes
Mar 15th 2012 Confirmation of Registration
Registration and Payment opens
Invitation to present a poster
  Invitation to speak (based on abstract)
Apr 1st 2012 Payment Deadline
Cancellation Deadline for full refund
(minus admin fee)
May 1st 2012 Cancellation Deadline (for partial refund)
June 27th 2012 Conference Begins

 

We look forward to welcoming you to Egmond aan Zee!

The Organising Committee

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Co-Sponsors