| Tue 13 Jul 2021|
00:00 - 00:00
|29th BSCB GenSoc UK Cilia Network e-symposium|
29th BSCB GenSoc UK Cilia Network e-symposium Date: July 13th 2021 Time: 15:00 - 17:30 GMT 3:00 -3:05 Pleasantine Mill Opening Remarks 3:05 -3:25 Dan Jagger, PI (University College London, UK) 'The inner ear as a readout of ciliopathy gene dysfunction'. 3:25 - 3:45 Raj Ladher, PI (NCBS, Bangalore, IN) 'The role of cilia in the acquisition of a planar polarised auditory epithelium.' 3:45 - 4:05 Abigail Moye, postdoc, Wensel lab (Baylor College of Medicine, US) 'Ultrastructural...
| Wed 8|
- Thu 9 Sep 2021
|Conference: virtual Dynein 2021 International Workshop |
We are pleased to announce the virtual Dynein 2021 International Workshop which will be held online on 8th/9th September 2021. This free, live meeting will bring together scientists with an interest in dynein motors to share novel research results and establish and develop new collaborations. Our goal is to provide a venue to encourage discussions across all areas of dynein biology and extend opportunities for junior researchers to participate in the field despite the difficulties imposed by the...
| Mon 13 Sep 2021|
00:00 - 00:00
|Conference: BSCB GenSoc UK Cilia Meeting 2021|
***POSTPONED TO SEPT 2021*** In light of the ongoing COVID19 restrictions, we will postpone this meeting to September to try to keep an in-person/hybrid BSCB GenSoc UK Fall Cilia Meeting in Edinburgh. The plan is to try to run it the day after the British Microtubule Meeting also in Edinburgh. Watch this space as details evolve!
| Sun 10|
- Wed 13 Oct 2021
| EMBO Centrosomes and spindle pole bodies|
Moltkes Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark
Centrosomes and spindle pole bodies are major microtubule organizing centres (MTOCs) of animal and yeast cells, respectively. A specialized centrosome structure also serves as template for cilia and flagella formation. These MTOCs play critical roles in cell division, cell polarity, signalling, immunity, cell motility and animal development. Centrosome abnormalities have been implicated in multiple human diseases including cancer and cilia-related syndromes. The link between aberrant centrosome...
| Wed 2 Feb 2022|
08:00 - 20:00
|Conference: 2022 Cilia, Mucus, and Mucociliary Interactions Gordon Research Conference|
**** Cancelled for 2021 in-person event. Will be postponed entirely until 2022- please watch this space for updates***** Since 2005, the Cilia, Mucus and Mucociliary Interactions GRC has brought together world-class investigators to discuss the latest topics focused on furthering our understanding of the processes which underline mucociliary clearance system in health and disease. This conference attracts a broad array of scientists ranging from biophysicists and biochemists to...
| Sun 26 Jun|
- Fri 1 Jul 2022
|FASEB SRC The Biology of Cilia and Flagella 2022|
Organizers: Rebecca Burdine Karl Lechtreck Peter Jackson Sessions: Cilia in development Cilia and kidney disease Imaging of motile cilia Cilia signaling Models for cilia disease Cilia and metabolic disease Centrioles as cilia organizers Ciliopathies and Human Genetics Cilia structure and assembly Biotech and Ciliopathies Keynote Speaker: Benjamin Kaupp "What makes cilia so specialized compartments"
| Tue 4|
- Fri 7 Oct 2022
|Conference: Cilia 2022|
Maternushaus Conference Centre, Cologne, DE
The new date will be October 04 - 07, 2022, at the Maternushaus right in the center of Cologne. Cilia2022 will be the fifth consecutive biennial European Cilia Conference. We initiated this series in London (Cilia2012), followed by Paris (Cilia2014), Amsterdam (Cilia2016, EMBO-funded), and Copenhagen (Cilia2018, EMBO-funded). Two decades of groundbreaking discoveries in cilia biology has revolutionized our understanding of the critical role of cilia in signaling, development, tissue...