Our National Congress will take place on the 06 October 2017 in Belval. Registration is already possible here, grab your seat now!
We are renovating our board, if you want to help organize our activities, submit your candidacy.
In the first edition of Pizza club for 2017, Kamil presented a paper studying the epithelial-mesenchymal transition in cancer:
Epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition is not required for lung metastasis but contributes to chemoresistance
Fischer et al., Nature (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature15748
Here is his presentation:
You can now submit an abstract for oral and/or poster presentations at SCS 2017!
The Student Council Symposium will be held in Prague on the 21st of July, directly preceding ISMB/ECCB 2017.
- Abstract submission: open now, until April 17, 2017
- Late poster submission: until April 30
- Application for travel fellowship: March 6 to May 14
Find more information at: http://symposium.iscbsc.org/
RSG Luxembourg organised its 1st congress along with the 2nd beneluxfr student symposium on the 26th of November 2016 in Maison du savoir, Campus Belval.
The congress theme was: Analyze, standardize, commercialize and was an opportunity to dive into current challenges of systems biology from different perspectives of analysis, standards and entrepreneurship.
Academic Theme: Standards in systems biology
The 1st RSG Luxembourg congress and the 2nd Beneluxfr student symposium will take place on the 26th of November, Maison du savoir, Campus Belval.
The general theme "Analyze, Standardize, Commercialize" covers a professional sub-theme "Public-private partnerships in computational biology" and an academic sub-theme "Standards in systems biology".
Experts from Germany, France, Luxembourg and Portugal in both of the themes accepted the invitation of RSG Luxembourg for the congress.
The September pizza club began with the election of the new Doctoral School Representatives. Congratulations to Anna Sophia Monzel and Jonathan Arias!! Looking forward to working together.
Zoe Hanss talked presented "Evidence for α-synuclein prions causing multiple system atrophy in humans with parkinsonism" by Prusiner SB et al. http://www.pnas.org/content/112/38/E5308.abstract
you can find her slides here