Gisou van der Goot (Chair). Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
Lausanne, Switzerland. Ivan Dikic (Vice-Chair). Goethe University School of
EMBO CONFERENCE SERIES
At the joint edge of
Cellular Microbiology &
20 - 25 S eptember | 2008 Villars-sur-Ollon | Switzerland
The purpose of the conference is to bring together
frontline research in two separate areas, cellular microbiology and cell biology
Patricia Bassereau, Paris, France
To understand the mechanisms by which pathogens attach to, enter, move within and multiply inside cells, allowing spreading and disease establishment, a good understanding of processes that govern the organization and physiology of the target cell is essential.
Frances Brodsky, San Franscisco, USA Barbara Burleigh, Boston, USA Valeria Cavalli, Washington, USA
On the other hand, pathogens are the ultimate cell biologists, and much is to be learned from them about how the cell functions and what are its weak spots.
Jean Celli, Montana, USA Pascale Cossart, Paris, France Antonella de Matheis, Italy Vojo Deretic, USA
Ivan Dikic, Frankfurt, Germany Marcos Gonzales-Gaitan, Geneva, Switzerland Jean Gruenberg, Geneva, Switzerland
Gisou van der Goot (Chair) Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Lausanne, Switzerland
Volker Heussler, Hamburg, Germany Ivan Dikic (Vice-Chair)
David Holden, London, UK
Goethe University School of Medicine
Ira Mellman, USA
Marta Miaczynska, Warsaw, Poland Paul Lehner, Cambridge, UK Emmanuel Lemichez, Nice, France
K. Orth, Dallas, USA Lucas Pelkmans, Switzerland Vincent Piguet, Geneva, Switzerland Simona Polo, Milano, Italy Anne Ridley, London, UK Erec Sebbin, New York, USA Harald Stenmark , Oslo, Norway Natalie Strynadka, Vancouver, Canada Linda Stuart , Boston, USA
* Awards will be given for the best
Deadline for applications : April 15th, 2008
posters presented by a student and by a postdoctoral associate