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Molecular and developmental biology of Drosophila

24 – 30 June 2018 | Kolymbari, Crete, Greece

Registration deadline

1 November 2017

Selected participants will be notified by

1 February 2018

Payment deadline

15 March 2018

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About the workshop

The principal theme of the EMBO Workshop is the Molecular and Developmental Biology of Drosophila. Supported by EMBO over four decades, this will be the 21st biennial “Crete meeting”.

 

With the aim to promote exchange of ideas and foster interdisciplinary collaboration, this EMBO Workshop brings together established and young group leaders using Drosophila to understand principles of development, cell biology, neurobiology, behavior, genetics, evolution and population genetics.

 

The meeting format provides the time and atmosphere to promote informal, open dialog. Limiting attendance to about 100 participating Principal Investigators helps to foster close interactions between leading Drosophila research labs. The aim is to promote open sharing of data and ideas and to provide a rich forum for discussion of new research findings and conceptual breakthroughs.

 

Due to the limited number of attendees, the participants will be selected from the applications by the vote of the organizing committee.

 

Photos courtesy of Susan Russo Gelbart and Benny Shilo.

 

Programme

The following schedule indicates the blocks of time allocated for talks and the timing of meals and breaks.

The meeting will last one week (Sunday-Saturday), with morning/afternoon (9:00-13:00) and evening (17:00-21:00), sessions.

As has been done in the past, the Sunday before the Monday start, an evening organizational session will be held to fine-tune the schedule of talks.

All participants are required to present a short talk on their work and provide paper abstracts summarizing ongoing work in their laboratories.

There are no posters and all participants attend all of the talks.

Topics:

  • Cell Biology
  • Neurobiology & Behaviour
  • Omics and Infrastructure
  • Patterning
  • Tissue Development, Organogenesis
  • Gene Expression
  • Germline
  • EvoDevo
  • Population Biology and Variation
  • Systems and Modeling
  • Energy, Growth and Homeostasis
  • Disease Models

 

 

Registration

Registration deadline

1 November 2017

Selected participants will be notified by

1 February 2018

Payment deadline

15 March 2018

 

Registration fee

EUR360

 

 

 

Online applications cannot be edited once submitted.

 

In order to maximize interaction amongst participants the Organizing Committee strongly encourages on-site lodging.

  • 190 EUR for a twin room from Sunday 24 – Saturday 30 June 2018 (6 nights)
  • 380 EUR for a single room (if available) from Sunday 24 – Saturday 30 June 2018 (6 nights)

 

Successful applicants will be requested to:
a) Confirm their attendance for the duration of the meeting and select their accommodation preference by 15 February 2018
b) Pay by 15 March 2018

 

Selection criteria

IMPORTANT: This EMBO Workshop is traditionally heavily oversubscribed (with two- to three-times as many applicants as spaces). Selection of eligible applicants (Principal Investigators only) is made by a democratic vote of the Organizing Committee. Thus, two very important elements of the application are:

(i) details of three recent and relevant publications

and

(ii) a short “motivation letter” outlining your research areas and interests.

 

 

Contact

Inna Boesselmann
Phone: +49-6221-387 8716
E-mail: inna.boesselmann@embl.de

 

Note: Christos Delidakis, University of Crete, Greece acts as a co-organizer in an advisory, non-voting role and is the local liaison with the OAC.

 

 
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Venue

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Workshop venue & accommodation (including coffee breaks and lunches):

Orthodox Academy of Crete
Kolymbari Kissamos
Post Code 730 06
Chania – Crete
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