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A half day meeting series, focusing on sharing research and fostering discussions and collaborations
A limited number of talk and poster places are available. Everyone, especially young researchers and students are encouraged to submit their exciting new unpublished work for presentation.
*Abstracts will not be reproduced or made available to delegates at the meeting.
Participation is free, however registration is required.
Places are allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Confirmation note: All registered attendees will receive an email confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org within 48 hours of registering. If you do not receive this confirmation email, please contact the Abcam Events Team to confirm your registration.
The Tri-national "transcription and chromatin club" is a half-day symposium that unites the chromatin, epigenetic, and transcription groups at Strasbourg (IGBMC), Freiburg (MPI), and Basel (FMI) on a bi-annual basis.
Besides external keynote speakers, PhD students and Postdocs will present near finished but unpublished work from groups of each of the institutes. With an informal but high quality character of the meeting we are aiming at fostering discussion and inspiring new collaborations within the Tri-rhena area.
Date and times for next meeting to be announced shortly.
This meeting will be at the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research in Basel, Switzerland.
The Basel Tourism website offers guides to accommodation, transport and attractions in Basel.
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