The Oslo Epigenetics Symposium will be held April 16th to 17th 2020 at Domus Medica, Gaustad.
The conference brings together leading scientists in the field of Epigenetics. The goal is to highlight the latest advances in epigenetics, nuclear architecture and chromatin regulation. The symposium will be kicked off with a public lecture by Ting Wu, Wyss Institute, Harvard University followed by a debate.
The meeting is organized by the Centre for Cancer Cell Reprogramming, Norwegian Biochemical Society and COST European Cooperation in Science & Technology CA18127.
Registration deadline: 31.03.2020
Deo Prakash Pandey - head of the Targeting tumors of central nervous system project group at the Department of Microbiology, is together with Ragnhild Eskeland (IMB, UiO) and Nikolina Sekulic, NCMM, organizing the 4th Oslo Epigenetic Symposium on 16th-17th April, 2020. Their invitation:
We invite you to the 4th Oslo Epigenetic Symposium in April 2020. We will kick-off with an evening public lecture 16th of April at 18.00 in Georg Sverdrups Hus with Ting Wu (Harvard Medical School) followed by a debate. The next day at Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, UiO, you will follow presentations on cutting edge research from top national and international researchers presenting the latest developments in the field of Epigenetics. Our aim is to stimulate collaborative initiatives and exchange of research ideas. Topics include: Gene regulation, chromatin structure, nuclear architecture and epigenetics in disease. We welcome abstracts from all areas of epigenetic research for oral presentations and poster session.