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EMBO Workshop: Mechanisms of citrullination regulation in health and disease

EMBO Workshop: Mechanisms of citrullination regulation in health and disease

EMBO Workshop: Mechanisms of citrullination regulation in health and disease

Registration: Registration is now open via the EMBO workshop page. Please find full details of the workshop, programme, invited speakers and attendee rates at the . 

Key dates:

  • Registration deadline - 17th June
  • Abstract submission deadline - 21st May (chosen participants will be notified 27th-31st May)
  • Payment deadline - 17th June

Co-organisers:

Maria Christophorou  – Babraham 鶹Ƶ, UK

 – Toulouse 鶹Ƶ for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases, France

Confirmed speakers:

  • Brian Cherrington - University of Wyoming Laramie, US
  • Maria Christophorou - 鶹Ƶ, UK
  • Marco De Andrea - University of Turin Medical School, IT
  • Maria Genander - Karolinska 鶹Ƶt, SE
  • Sergei Grigoryev - Penn State College of Medicine, US
  • Jyrki Heino - University of Turku, FI
  • I-Cheng Ho - Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Medical School, US
  • Anna Huttenlocher - University of Wisonsin, US
  • Mariana Kaplan - National 鶹Ƶs of Health, US
  • Xisong Ke - Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, CN
  • Sigrun Lange - University of Westminster, London, UK
  • Kimberly Martinod - Centre for Molecular and Vascular Biology, BE
  • Michael Nielsen - Novo Nordisk Foundation, DK
  • Avinash Padhi - Karolinska 鶹Ƶt, SE
  • Gir Pruijin - Radboud University, NL
  • Marco Radic - University of Tennessee Health Science Center, US
  • Priyanka Sharma - 鶹Ƶ of Pharmacology and Structural Biology, FR
  • Miriam Shelef - Rheumatology Faculty, US
  • Michel Simon - Toulouse 鶹Ƶ for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases, FR
  • Nicholas Thangue - Oxford University, UK
  • Paul Thompson - UMass Chan Medical School, US
  • Louise Walport - The Francis Crick 鶹Ƶ, UK
  • Li Yang - Center for Cancer Research, US
  • Xuesen Zhang - Nanjing Medical University, CN

 

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