ERNEST meeting goes online!
***PHYSICAL MEETING IN ISTANBUL CANCELLED!!!***
due to Covid-19 pandemic
Don't forget that clocks move ahead one hour at 02:00 on March 29!!!
It will be our pleasure to host you online for Second Meeting of the European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST COST Action CA18133) with the theme of New Perspectives in Signal Transduction: GPCRs and Beyond March 28-30, 2020.
The main scientific objective of ERNEST is to develop a common, comprehensive and holistic map of signal transduction that will advance development of pathway-specific chemical modulators. This unique and innovative goal will be realized by linking diverse research groups in the field through the networking activities.
In line with the scientific objectives of the ERNEST, the program of the meeting will cover different aspects of signal transduction involving, but not limited to, GPCRs: Macromolecular interactions in signaling pathways, biological roles of signal transduction, molecular modulators of signal transduction, advances in methodologies and technologies and public web resources.
This 3-day event will bring together internationally renowned scientists as well as early career researchers from all around Europe and nearby countries. It will serve as an excellent global platform for researchers from industry and academia to interact and discuss the latest scientific findings, innovations and technologies in the field of cellular signaling. We believe that the meeting will also be an exceptional stage for virtual congregation, streaming of ideas and establishing new Skype-enabled collaborations.
We are excited to be part of this event, and we hope that you will be able to participate and join us in this effort.
İbrahim Yaman (Local Organizer, Boğaziçi University)
Necla Birgül (Local Organizer, Boğaziçi University)
Martha Sommer (Chair of ERNEST, Charité and MDC Berlin)
Jana Selent (Vice-chair of ERNEST, Pompeu Fabra University)
Michel Bouvier (Uni. of Montreal, Canada)
Martin Lohse (MDC, Berlin, DE)
Martha Sommer (Charité Berlin, DE)
Miriam Stoeber (University of Geneva, CH)
Graham Ladds (University of Cambridge, UK)
Ines Liebscher (University of Leipzig, DE)
Christa Müller (University of Bonn, DE)
Leigh Stoddart (University of Nottingham, UK)
Bence Szalai (Semmelweis University, HU)
Vassiliki Iconomidou (University of Athens, EL)