The epigenetic framework guides events like replication, repair and transcription, which in turn themselves leave an imprint on chromatin and chromosomal structure. Understanding how modulation of chromatin during replication and repair influence cell fate decisions in normal development and disease represents a major challenge. By bringing together leading scientists in chromatin, replication, and epigenetics, this conference aims to inspire discussions and new ideas on the interplay between chromosome organisation, epigenetic inheritance and genome duplication.
- Anja Groth (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Catherine Green (University of Oxford, UK)
Biotech Research & Innovation Center (BRIC) at the University of Copenhagen was established in 2003 by the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation to form an international center of excellence in biomedical research with the mission of performing outstanding research.
Short talk slots and poster presentations are available. Those which closely fit within the topics of the meeting will be selected for presentation. Abstracts can be submitted during online registration.
- Mechanisms of DNA replication
- How to replicate chromosomes
- Cell division and epigenetic plasticity
- Epigenome inheritance and reprogramming
- Early bird (before August 15, 2016)
- Delegate € 299.00
- Student € 249.00
- Standard (before October 1, 2016)
- Delegate € 369.00
- Student € 319.00
The registration fee includes:
- Entry to scientific sessions and conference materials
- Refreshment breaks and lunches during the conference
- Entry to conference evening social
For more details please click on the "Further official information" link below.