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Molecular Architecture, Dynamics and Function of Biomembranes

JUNE 12 – 21, 2017

Cargèse, Corsica, France

Confirmed lectures include:

Vytas Bankaitis (College Station, US)

Patricia Bassereau (Paris, FR)

Eefjan Breukink (Utrecht, NL)

Pascale Cossart (Paris, FR)

Ulrich Hartl (Martinsried, DE)

Manajit Hayer-Hartl (Martinsried, DE)

Dame Sally Davies (London, Uk)

Gerrit van Meer (Utrecht, NL)

Jodi Nunnari (Davis, US)

Tom Rapoport (Boston, US)

Samara Reck-Petersen (San Diego, US)

Peter Walter (New Haven, US)

William Wickner (Dartmouth, US)

Liesbeth Veenhof (Groningen, NL)

EMBO keynote lecture: Tom Kirchhausen (Boston, US)

Click here to downolad the detailed program
This Lecture Course, #16 in a series that started in 1987, will accommodate about 85 graduate students, postdocs and senior scientists during a 9-day summer school in Cargèse, a small village in Corsica.

Lectures, poster sessions and discussions will be be held from 9.00 h. till 12.30 h. and from 17.30 h. till 19.30 h. starting on June 12th , 2017. The course ends in the evening of Thursday June 22.
Active participation by all participants in all scientific activities has become a tradition. A detailed programme as well as a poster and lecture abstract book will be presented on the internet. The selection of graduate student and postdoc participants will be based on their poster abstract, list of publications and recommendation (if requested). Deadline for application is April 1, 2017.

A decision about participation will be made in April 2017 and more detailed information will be mailed to the selected participants in due time.

Info: Eefjan Breukink,
Membrane Biochemistry & biophysics,
Utrecht University,
Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht, The Netherlands.

20130 Cargèse, Corse (France)
L’I.E.S.C. est affilié au Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et aux Universités de Corse et Nice-Sophia Antipolis. Il est subventionné par le MENESR, le CNRS et la CTC.
Directeur : Mme Giovanna Chimini , tel. (33) 4 91 26 94 04,
Institut : tél. : (33) 4 95 26 80 40 ou (33) 4 95 26 80 48,  fax : (33) 4 95 26 80 45

  September, 2016