DGDR-KRUPP 2022 Symposium
The theme of this joint conference is DNA repair mechanisms underlying ageing and human pathologies. Topics include, but will not be limited to, DNA damage signaling and DNA repair, replication stress, post-translational modifications in DNA damage response, chromatin dynamics, genomic stability, ageing, lessons from model organisms and the development of novel anti-cancer drugs targeting DNA repair pathways.
In addition to plenary presentations by about thirty-five renowned international speakers, about fifteen short talks will be selected from submitted abstracts. The meeting will award five prizes to selected poster presentations. Our aim is to provide an interactive forum to showcase excellent DNA repair and genome stability research.
Jena is a city of science and technology hosting companies established by Carl Zeiss, Otto Schott and Ernst Abbe, the Friedrich Schiller University, as well as Leibniz, Max-Planck, and Fraunhofer Institutes, the German Aerospace Center and many DFG-funded interdisciplinary scientific clusters. Beyond science, you can experience the heritage of Jena-Weimar, a cultural center of Germany and the place of work of renowned intellectuals and artists, including among others Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Hummel and Franz Liszt.
We hope you will join us at this exciting symposium
and we look forward to welcoming you to Jena in April 2022.
Zhao-Qi Wang and Julian Stingele
Date: April 6-9th, 2022
Organizer: Zhao-Qi Wang (FLI) and Julian Stingele (LMU München)
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We would like to inform you that the DGDR-KRUPP 2022 Meeting will start at 11am on April 6th and it will finish at 1pm on April 9th.
The registration at the venue will be from 9am on April 6th.
The meeting programme is currently under constructions in order to accommodate the extended deadline of abstract submission.
Early bird deadline: March 6, 2022 - CLOSED
Registration deadline: March 20, 2022
- March 6th - if you would like to be considered for a short talk - CLOSED
- March 20th - final deadline (abstract submission for poster presentation)
Fee (plus possible bank fees):
- Postdoc/Trainee/Student: 200 € Early bird / 250 € regular
- PI/Group leader: 250 € Early bird / 300 € regular
- Postdoc/Trainee/Student: 150 € Early bird / 200 € regular
- PI/Group leader: 200 € Early bird / 250 € regular
Included in the registration fee are free access to all talks, poster presentation, and all conference meals.
Payment information will be sent separately.
- Katrin Paeschke
Friedrich Schiller University, Lecture Hall 3, Carl Zeiss Platz, Jena
DGDR 2022 is organized by Leibniz Institute on Aging – Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI) & Gene Center Munich (GCM).