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Inclusiveness Target Country Conference Grants

Inclusiveness Target Country Conference Grants Application Deadline: 31/08/2018 (ITC) conference grants are aimed at supporting PhD students and Early Career Investigators (ECI) from participating ITCs to attend international science and technology-related conferences (to discuss a project in line with BM1408 objectives), not specifically organised by GENiE BM1408. The conference must have taken place before March 15th 2019. For details, please click this link. ...

Call for Short Term Scientific Missions

Call for GENiE Short Term Scientific Missions Application Deadline: 15/07/2018 Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are exchange visits aimed at supporting individual mobility, strengthening existing networks and fostering collaboration between researchers. For details, please click this link. ...

Announcing the GENIE workshop: The molecular and cellular basis of plasticity in sensory processing

COST BM1408 is organizing a new workshop: The molecular and cellular basis of plasticity in sensory processing. The aim of this workshop is to discuss and exchange ideas on neural circuit plasticity and techniques to interrogate circuits in C. elegans. Discussions will be kept informal, highlighting pros and cons of the different approaches to investigate sensory processing and behaviour as well as alternative interpretations of current models of plasticity. An important focus of the meeting will be to get the participants to interact and learn about each other’s work with the goal to foster collaborations. For details, visit the meeting page here....

First 2017 call for GENiE short term scientific missions

First 2017 call for GENiE short term scientific missions Application Deadline: 30/10/2017 Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs) are exchange visits aimed at supporting individual mobility, strengthening existing networks and fostering collaboration between researchers. A STSM should specifically contribute to the scientific objectives of GENiE (http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/bmbs/BM1408), whilst at the same time allowing those partaking in the missions to learn new techniques, gain access to specific data, instruments, or methods that are not available in their own institutions. For details, please click this link. ...

C. elegans summer school

Announcing the 2017 summerschool on C. elegans COST BM1408 is organizing a summer school at the CRG Sept. 10-16th, 2017. For details, visit this link: http://www.crg.eu/en/event/coursescrg-celegans-crispr-rnai-and-genetics   ...

Proteostasis in aging and disease

Announcing the 2017 Workshop "Proteostasis in aging and disease" You are cordially invited to attend the 2017 Workshop "Proteostasis in aging and disease   ...

Call for workshops and activities

Call for proposals - workshops and activities Do you want to discuss a particular topic with your GENiE colleagues? Assemble an interdisciplinary panel to debate of a biological question? Share the latest advances on a technique? Here’s your opportunity! Note that non-GENiE are welcome to these activities, but are usually not reimbursed. Please send an email to Sophie Jarriault with what you would like to organise, the date (or at least a month), and a venue, before Feb. 28th. ...

The 2017 GENiE PI Meeting

The 2017 GENiE PI meeting You are cordially invited to attend the 2017 GENiE PI Meeting, September 21-23 in the Czech republic! ...

The 2016 European Worm Meeting

EWM 2016, June 1-3, Berlin The 2016 European Worm Meeting (EWM) taking place June 1 – 3 in Berlin (Germany) at the Max Delbrück Center (MDC). All scientists worldwide are welcome to attend the 2016 EWM in Berlin! This meeting is supported by GENiE and COST BM1408. ...

Molecular and Cellular Biology of Helminth Parasites

Hydra, Greece, Sunday 4 September - Friday 9 September 2016 Helminth parasitology has proven to be one of the fastest growing research areas across a spectrum of scientific activities from genomics, immunology and tropical medicine. With rapidly increasing sequence information, new drug development for therapy, and intricate host-parasite molecular interactions, research on these organisms and the diseases they cause is becoming ever more exciting and relevant to global health. A key element in the success of helminth research has been the collaborative and interactive community of investigators working in this field. All major areas of helminth research are included, in 12 thematic sessions. An important aspect of this meeting, is the interface between parasite biologists and investigators from worm model systems such as C. elegans, which is proving highly effective at bringing new blood and fresh perspectives into the field. ...