Cell Dynamics: Organelle-Cytoskeleton Interface
Organisers: Edgar Gomes, Heidi McBride, Sharon Tooze and Michael Way
Date: 19 - 22 May 2019
Location: Pestana Palace Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal
Following on from our highly successful inaugural Cellular Dynamics Meeting in 2017, which focused on the membrane-cytoskeleton interface, the second in this series of meetings turned to organelles. Although organelles are a prominent area of research, studies into their dynamics tend to overlook the connection with the cytoskeleton. This meeting brought together scientists studying the interface between organelles and the cytoskeleton at different scales and perspectives using a range of model systems. We had a stellar line-up of speakers who covered topics such as actin, mitochondria, the ER, the Golgi, motors, microtubules, the nucleus, endosomes and autophagy.
Organisers & speakers
Heidi McBride McGill University, Canada
Sharon Tooze The Francis Crick Institute, UK
Michael Way The Francis Crick Institute, UK
Folma Buss University of Cambridge, UK
Pietro De Camilli Yale University and HHMI, USA
Maribel Geli Fernandez Molecular Biology Institute of Barcelona, Spain
Amy Gladfelter University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Henry Higgs Dartmouth College, USA
Erika Holzbaur University of Pennsylvania, USA
Lukas Kapitein Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Irina Kaverina Vanderbilt University, USA
Benoît Kornmann ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Michael Krauss Leibniz Research Institute of Molecular Pharmacology, Germany
Wanda Kukulski MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz HHMI Janelia Research Campus, USA
Franck Perez Institut Curie, France
Graca Raposo Institut Curie, France
Michael Schrader University of Exeter, UK
Daniel Starr University of California, Davis, USA
Roberto Weigert National Institutes of Health, USA
The fees include;
- Registration and meeting costs
- 3 nights’ accommodation (Sunday to Wednesday) in an en-suite room with single occupancy
- All meals (Sunday lunch to Wednesday lunch inclusive), coffee breaks and one reception drink each evening throughout the meeting
- Use of the leisure facilities at the Pestana Palace Hotel
- Delegate pack and programme
It is expected that all attendees will stay for the duration of the Meeting.
|PhD students /postdocs||Academia||Industry|
|22 December – 15 February 2019||€1,145||€1,345||€1,545|
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Pestana Palace Hotel
Pestana Palace Hotel is located in a restored 19th century palace in the historic quarter in Lisbon. It is a beautiful 5 star hotel with 193 bedrooms, a spa, fitness centre and an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. The hotel is surrounded by stunning gardens with some plant that are considered as “National Monuments”.
The hotel is close to some of the city’s main monuments such as the Tower of Belém, the Belém Cultural Centre, the Jerónimos Monastery, the MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology and the Lisbon Convention Centre.