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Report Symposium IBDiphagy-2021 (Lyon, 25/11/2021)

Symposium IBDiphagy-2021 : Autophagy, Infection & Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Date: 25 Novembre 2021 Lieu: Lyon, France Mathias Faure et Stéphane Nancey pour l’équipe Autophagie Infection Immunité A2i, CIRI (en savoir plus sur l’équipe) ont le plaisir de vous inviter au Symposium IBDiphagy-2021 : Autophagy, Infection & Inflammatory Bowel Diseases qui se déroulera à Lyon non…

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Special Issue “10th Anniversary of Cells—Advances in Autophagy”

Dr. Mireille Verdier and Prof. Christian Münz are co-editing a special issue untitled Advances in Autophagy for the 10th Anniversary of Cells. They are inviting you to contribute by submitting a research paper or comprehensive review. Submission deadline: 15 October 2021 Cells offers a 20% discount to CFATG members. For more information, please click here…

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Endoplasmic Reticulum 2021, 6-8 October in Paris… and online!

The ITMO BCDE is organizing the 3rd International Conference on Endoplasmic Reticulum “Endoplasmic Reticulum 2021”. The meeting will take place on October 6 – 8, 2021 in Paris center (Buffon Auditorium, University of Paris) providing opportunities for extensive interactions in a friendly and comfortable environment, and will also be available online. Keynote speakers : Susan…

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SA2M 2021 9th-10th September 2021 – Save the date!

The 11th Swiss Apoptosis and Autophagy Meeting (SA2M) 2020 becomes the SA2M 2021 Date: September 9-10, 2021 Lieu: Bern, Switzerland and online The SA2M 2021 – organized by the LS2 network in cooperation with the CFATG – will take place on September 9-10, 2021 in Bern and online. Registration is free but mandatory and you…

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Autophagy UK Network Webinar series

Autophagy UK Network Webinar series While waiting for the next meeting, the Autophagy UK Network announces a webinar series for autophagy researchers beginning on October 9, 2020 with a talk from Jon Lane (University of Bristol) on “Autophagy transcriptional crosstalk in Parkinson’s”. More information and upcoming webinars here.

Support to CFATG young scientists

During this particular period, the CFATG cannot optimally support the youngest of us for their participation in national and international autophagy meetings. In order to bea ctive and as supportive as possible of young researchers, we offer two new calls for proposal: – Beth Levine Award for the best 2020 thesis in the autophagy field….

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