July 24-28, 2022
This conference aims to unite distinguished researchers as well as new investigators from different fields – such as cell biology, genomics, biophysics, and cancer biology – to foster interdisciplinary synergism, crosstalk, and future collaborations.
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The program is designed to represent the most topical nuclear body research areas and to bring new concepts and emerging topics into focus. The session topics mesh with each other to ensure that all participants, regardless of their primary interests, are engaged throughout the conference. Session topics will include:
New findings on the biological roles of well-known nuclear entities such as nucleoli, Cajal bodies, and nuclear speckles:
- Nucleolus and gene control
- Nuclear bodies and the control of RNA metabolism
- Nuclear bodies and gene control
- Phase separation
- Nuclear bodies involved in cancer and neurodegeneration
- Genomics tools
- Cancer therapeutics
Paul Kaufman, PhD
Sui Huang, MD, PhD
Thoru Pederson, PhD
For in-person posters used during the poster session, the poster board size is 4 feet tall (122 cm) and 8 feet wide (243 cm). The size of the poster itself needs to be less than that. More instructions will be provided in an email one week prior to the event.
Online or by phone at 1(800) 565-5075 - Choose “GROUP ID 2711” for the discounted rate either online or on the phone.
Be in the center of activity: Enjoy quick and easy access to all conference functions and networking opportunities.
Additional protection: FASEB may be able to assist you with any issues that arise with the hotel.
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