Decision Making in Cell Collectives

Research at GEM aims at understanding the processes of decision-making in cell collectives that are responsible for the generation, maintenance and evolution of organ form and function.

DMC2 Launching Meeting, 5-6 April 2018, Carmona (Seville)

The (free!) registration for the Decision Making in Cell Collectives Launching Meeting is now open!
As described on the meeting website, the purpose of this event is to launch the María de Maeztu Unit of Excellence by bringing together world top scientists and Principal Investigators from the CABD.
Session topics include research being carried out by Keynote speakers (see poster) and CABD groups, ranging from morphogenesis of complex organs and tissues to functional genomics in development and evolution.

Registration is free but compulsory (due to organisation logistics, such as coffee breaks, etc.). There is a limited number of attendees who will be selected on a first comes first serves basis. However, if you register but later decide not to go, let us know as soon as possible so we can offer your place to people on the waiting list.
Hoping to see you in Carmona!
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