SEB2020 Prague: 'Dynamic organization of the nucleus across kingdoms

Friday, 17 January 2020

SEB2020_Prague

Registration and Abstract submission is now open for our session 'Dynamic organization of the nucleus across kingdoms' at the Society for Experimental Biology Conference in Prague from the 7th -10th July 2020.

We have an international group of plenary and invited speakers and organisers (see below) and are inviting oral and poster presentations. A number of opportunities remain for papers in a Special Issue of the Journal 'Nucleus' associated with the meeting and opportunities are available for grants for young scientists to attend the meeting.

For registration: https://www.sebiology.org/events/event/seb-prague-2020/registration

For abstract submission: https://www.sebiology.org/events/event/seb-prague-2020/abstracts

For travel grants for young scientists: https://www.sebiology.org/events/event/seb-prague-2020/travel-grants

If you require any further information about the session, please contact David Evans - deevans@brookes.ac.uk

 


This meeting is a great candidate for INDEPTH members to apply for Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) travel grants.

 


Organisers- David Evans, Roland Foisner, Philippe Collas, Katja Graumann

Plenary Speaker - Iris Meier, Ohio State

Invited Speakers -

  • Kentaro Tamura (University of Shizuoka, Japan) - Nuclear envelope organisation in plant development
  • Mark Field (University of Dundee, UK) - The architecture of the trypanosome nuclear envelope: Divergence, conservation and adaptation
  • Ralph Gräf (Potsdam University, Germany) - Light and stress-induced assembly of the Dictyostelium lamin
  • Eva Bártová (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - Epigenetics of DNA repair
  • Eric Schirmer (University of Edinburgh, UK) - Nucleoplasmic signals promote directed transmembrane protein import simultaneously via multiple channels of the NPC
  • Jindřiška Fišerová (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - TPR regulates nuclear pore distribution, nuclear shape and mechanotransduction
  • Ales Pecinka (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) - Maintenance of nuclear organization and stability by SMC5/6 complex
  • Dariusz Plewczyński (University of Warsaw, Poland) - Three-dimensional GeNOme Modeling Engine for data-driven biophysical simulations of CTCF and RNAPII-mediated higher-order chromatin organization
  • Alwin Köhler (University of Vienna, Austria) - The role of liquid-liquid phase separation in nuclear ubiquitin signaling
  • Maria Vartiainen (University of Helsinki, Finland) - Actin' on transcription
  • Ohad Medalia (university of Zurich, Switzerland) - Cryo-electron tomography; nuclear organization
  • Dennis Discher (University of Pennsylvania, United States) - Cytoskeleton nucleus genome connections
  • Iris Meier, Ohio (State, United State) - Cell Biology Keynote lecture. Plant LINC Complex.
  • Christophe Tatout (UCA Clermont Ferrand, France) - Plant nuclear structure and chromatin organisation. The INDEPTH project
  • Katja Graumann (Oxford Brookes, United Kingdom) - The higher plant LINC complex in action.
  • Peter Schlögelhofer (Vienna) - Meiosis in Arabidopsis
  • Pavel Hozák(Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences) Nuclear phosphoinositides as regulators of nuclear processes
  • Birthe Fahrenkrog (Université Libre de Bruxelles) - Functional roles of nucleoporins

I hope you will be able to join us in Prague.

David Evans