[Protein-analysis] Registration is open now! EMBO Conference Series: Protein Synthesis and Translational Control

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EMBO Conference Series: Chromatin and Epigenetics

When? 8-12 May 2013  
Where? EMBL Heidelberg 


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Deadline 1 March 2013


As epigenetics research is rapidly evolving the meeting plans to include also functional genomics and systems biology topics.
This should provide a unique bridge to bring epigenetics and the systems biology community together for intense 
discussion and interactions. 


• Chromatin regulation and dynamics 
• Signalling to chromatin 
• Nuclear architecture and dynamics 
• Developmental epigenetics 
• Epigenomics 
• Epigenetics and human disease 
• Genome stability 
• Environmental epigenetics and transgenerational inheritance 
• Functional genomics 
• System biology 

Keynote Speaker
Peter A. Jones, USC University of Southern California, USA 

Scientific organizers:

• Asifa Akhtar, Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics, Germany 
• Genevieve Almouzni, Institut Curie/Section de recherche, UMR218, France 
• Peter Fraser, The Babraham Institute, United Kingdom 
• Jason Lieb, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA 
• Jane Mellor, University of Oxford, United Kingdom 


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