5th Münster Graduate School Meeting ‘Cell Dynamics and Disease’

5th Münster Graduate School Meeting ‘Cell Dynamics and Disease’

Dear members of Münster's scientific community,

We are happy to announce the 5th Münster Graduate School Meeting ‘Cell Dynamics and Disease’ held at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, Röntgenstr. 20, 48149 Münster, 11th – 13th May 2011. We, the students of Münster’s joint Graduate program CEDAD/IMPRS-MBM, have the pleasure of organising and hosting this scientific meeting.

The aim of the conference is scientific confluence, as we discuss a wide range of topics encompassing neuroscience, stem cell research, virology, vascular cell biology, microbiology, immunology, angiogenesis, cell biology and more. The meeting also provides a platform for students to interact and exchange ideas with highly experienced world class scientists from different disciplines.

Confirmed speakers:

Markus Affolter, Basel, Switzerland
Kari Alitalo, Helsinki, Finland
Phillippe Bastiaens, Dortmund, Germany
James Bliska, NY, USA
Christopher Carman, Boston, USA
Fernando Casares, Sevelle, Spain
Hans-Ulrich Dodt, Vienna, Austria
Katrina Forest, Madison, USA
Neil Gow, Aberdeen, UK
Seth Grant, Cambridge, UK
Peter Hanley, Münster, Germany
Elly Hol, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jason.L.Johnson, Bristol, UK
Gero Miesenböck, Oxford, UK
Oliver Pertz, Basel,Switzerland
Günther Schwarz, Köln, Germany
Igor Sokolov, Potsdam, USA

Our former meetings have been huge successes, with stimulating line ups of inspiring talks from scientists and students alike. We spare no effort in making this scientific meeting as exciting and productive with learning opportunities for scientists and students.

For further information and registration please refer to our website at:

We look forward to welcoming you at the meeting.

The students of the Joint Graduate Program CEDAD / IMPRS-MBM

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