Meetings

Biomedical Research Course June 3-7, 2019

Matrix Biology Cell Biology and Physiology of the Extracellular Matrix

The course will cover various aspects of extracellular matrix (ECM) biology. A recurring theme will be the roles of the various ECM molecules and their functions in health and disease. Course code BMED904. Note, all lectures are open to everyone interested.

Contact info:

Marion Kusche-Gullberg marion.kusche@uib.no

Margarethe Bittins margarethe.Bittins@uib.no

   

Nordic Connective Tissue Meeting 2019

posted Jan 8, 2019, 4:45 PM by Ylläpitäjä

The Nordic Connective Tissue Meeting will be held in Copenhagen, in March 14.-15. 


More information about the meeting will come later.

Registration for the meeting is already open and can be found on the following web-site: www.dsmb.dk


In addition to the Nordic Meeting, a PhD course will be held in conjunction with the meeting. PhD students from most Nordic universities can participate for free (part of the NorDoc network), and this includes registration for the Nordic meeting. 

For registration to the PhD course: https://momed.ku.dk/courses/2019-courses/11marts2019

Annual Meeting 2019

posted Jan 8, 2019, 4:35 PM by Ylläpitäjä

Annual Meeting for the Connective Tissue Society 2019


Will be held in Tieteiden talo, Helsinki, on Friday 15th 2019.
More information will be announced later.

Confirmed speakers
Sara Wikströn, Helsinki
Tuula Salo, Oulu
Annele Sainio, Turku
Uma Thanigai Arasu, Kuopio

Matrix Biology Europe 2018

posted Aug 11, 2017, 5:16 AM by Ylläpitäjä

Upcoming meeting in Manchester, UK, 21-24 July 2018.

Gordon Research Conference on Elastin, Elastic Fibers and Microfibrils

posted Apr 19, 2017, 2:44 AM by Ylläpitäjä   [ updated Apr 19, 2017, 2:51 AM ]

Gordon Research Conference on Elastin, Elastic Fibers and Microfibrils
30th July - 4th August 2017, University of New England, Maine.

http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=11200

Elastin, fibrillin microfibrils and an array of associated proteins form elastic fibers which are critical for the formation of the skin, vasculature, lungs, bones, tendons, eyes and other tissues. Additionally, these microfibrils and associated proteins provide extracellular regulation of growth factors such as TGFβ and BMPs. These signaling pathways are perturbed in many genetic diseases associated with mutation of these proteins. The Elastin, Elastic Fibers and Microfibrils Gordon Research Conference covers topics such as assembly and function of elastic fibers, matrix regulation of cell signaling, enabling technologies for elastic fiber analysis, the genetics and pathobiology of elastic fiber associated molecules in inherited and acquired disorders, tissue regeneration and translational medicine. The Conference is preceded by a 2-day Gordon Research Seminar organized by and featuring talks from graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. There will be a number of opportunities for short talks at the GRS and GRC selected from submitted abstracts (deadline 29th April). 

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