First Keystone Meeting in Germany
May 13, 2013
The first Keystone Meeting in Germany, organized by Thomas Jenuwein and Shelley L. Berger, will take place in Oberstdorf from March 23-28, 2014.
It will highlight novel findings in mechanisms of dynamic chromatin regulation and their translation into cellular physiology. In particular, it will focus on four fundamental chromatin processes (RNA regulation, transcription and remodeling, DNA damage and repair, DNA replication) in conjunction with normal and perturbed cellular states (cell fate, signal response, cell transformation, epigenetic inheritance). Sessions feature basic and applied research in model systems ranging from plants over fungi to mammals.
For more information please check the website of the Keystone Symposia Conference.