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Workshop : Aquatic research models to study regeneration and aging

On November 22 and 23rd, 2018 the Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging, Nice (www.ircan.org) and the GDR ImaBio (www.imabio-cnrs.fr) are organising a one and a half day workshop on:

"Aquatic research models to study regeneration and aging - Imaging approaches & Molecular advances”

This workshop is kindly supported by Zeiss (www.zeiss.fr), EMBRC-France (www.embrc-france.fr) and Planktovie (www.planktovie.biz) and and will gather scientists that work on aquatic (freshwater and marine) models in the field of regeneration and aging to discuss molecular advances as well as the latest imaging tools developed in the various aquatic organisms.

The workshop will take place in Nice (France) at the Centre Antoine Lacassagne, located in close proximity to the School of Medicine and the IRCAN.

This workshop is limited to 50 participants and in addition to the confirmed invited speakers (see below), ~15 slots are available for short selected presentations.

There are no registration fees and the organisers cover costs for the meeting, coffee breaks, lunch & dinner on Thursday as well as coffee break Friday morning.
However, travel and accommodation are at charge of the participants.

Registration is mandatory using the following form:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Y7cIuL-cNaXxZ27D5hASPK5BDE2eI90yoWOakbASdSs

Confirmed speakers:

Michalis Averof (IGFL - Lyon, FRA)
Eugene Berezikov (ERIBA - Groningen, NED)
Stefano Tiozzo (LBDV - Villefranche, FRA)
Dario Valenzano (MPI - Köln, GER)
Aziz Abookaker (University of Oxford - Oxford, GBR)
Lucas Leclère (LBDV - Villefranche, FRA)
Eric Gilson (IRCAN - Nice, FRA)
Xavier Bailly (SBR - Roscoff, FRA)

The organisers,

Eric Röttinger (IRCAN-Nice)
Aldine Amiel (IRCAN-Nice)
David Pecqueur (OOB-Banyuls)
Laurent Heliot (IRI-Lille, GDR Imabio)

16/11/18

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