Caenorhabditis elegans has long been a leading model organism for the study of animal development and behaviour. The C. elegans community continues to produce scientific breakthroughs and technological advances at a high pace. We invite you to attend the upcoming EMBO Workshop: C. elegans Development, Cell Biology, and Gene Expression, in association with European C. elegans Meeting, for the latest cutting-edge research. By combining a biannual Topics meetings and European meeting, the workshop will draw a broad international crowd and aims to foster interactions between young C. elegans researchers and global leaders. This EMBO Workshop will cover an attractive range of topics, including embryonic and larval development, cell fate determination, genomics and epigenetics, morphogenesis, evolution, neurobiology, microbe-host interactions, and ageing.
Julie Ahringer Cambridge University, UK
Arantza Barrios University College London, UK
Andre Brown Imperial College London, UK
Anne Brunet Stanford University, USA
Filipe Cabreiro University College London, UK
Luisa Cochella Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP), AT
Abstracts should contain fewer than 300 words, excluding title, authors and affiliations
Abstracts received before the due date will be considered for oral presentations and/or poster presentations. If your abstract is accepted for a talk, it will be included in an abstract booklet that will be distributed to all conference participants.