Dear friends, partners and colleagues,
We cordially invite you to the 5th Annual Conference of the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) in Jena. The conference will be held on 11-13 September 2017 in Jena and be hosted by the Leibniz-Institute for Age Research – Fritz Lipmann Institute e.V. (FLI).
We expect about 400 participants. Two poster sessions, meet-the-expert-tables, an industry exhibition and two evening events will offer you many opportunities for exciting discussions, academic exchange and reconnecting with old friends and colleagues.
The conference will cover the latest findings in stem cell biology in Germany. Since promotion of junior scientists is a particular aim of the GSCN, most speakers are selected from the best abstracts that have been submitted. Again, awardees of the GSCN prizes will present their results during the Presidential Symposium. The program will be completed by invited keynote lectures to present the international points of reference for this fast growing field of research. We are happy that Elaine Fuchs (New York), Margaret Goodell (Texas), Heinrich Jasper (Novato), Jürgen Knoblich (Vienna) and Manuel Serrano (Madrid) will present their most recent results. The final session of the conference will be a Joined Session with the Leibniz-Institute for Age Research – Fritz Lipmann Institute e.V. (FLI) setting a spotlight on the excellent science in Jena.
Jena is the city of science in central Germany with a modern infrastructure and well connected to other German regions. It is home to the historic Friedrich Schiller University, the University of Applied Sciences EAH Jena and a number of well-established research facilities, such as institutes of the Leibniz Association, the Max Planck as well as Fraunhofer Society. Approximately 4,500 scientists conduct their research in Jena and one quarter of the 105,000 inhabitants are students.
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We look forward welcoming you in Jena!
With best regards,
Prof. Dr. Karl Lenhard Rudolph (Jena)
Active president of the GSCN