Please register here by 2 August 2023!
We are happy to announce the 6th German-French DNA Repair Meeting, which will take place at the University Medical Center Campus in Mainz, Germany from 13-15 September 2023.
Our 2 ½ -day meeting at the University Medical Center in Mainz is intended to bring together leading scientists in the field of DNA damage repair, DNA damage signaling & post-translational modifications, genome stability regulation, replication stress, chromatin dynamics, drugs targeting DNA repair and related research areas.
In addition to 8 plenary presentations by renowned international speakers, 25 short talks will be selected from submitted abstracts. The meeting includes poster presentations and selected posters will be honored with prizes. Our aim is to provide an interactive forum stimulating novel future collaborations between genome stability research and related research areas.
Our social events will provide ample opportunities for scientific interaction. At the evening of 13 September, all participants will meet for a Welcome Reception with drinks and finger food at the University Medical Campus. On evening of 14 September, the participants are invited to the Meeting Dinner taking place at the historical “Heiliggeist” restaurant in the historical old town of Mainz.
We hope you will join us at this exciting meeting & we look forward to welcoming you to Mainz in September 2023.
Thomas Hofmann and Petra Beli
- Local Organizers of the 6th German-French DNA Repair Meeting 2023 –
Registration deadline: 2 August 2023
|Members of SFB1361 or DGDR||200 Euro|
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The meeting is funded by the collaborative research center “SFB 1361: Regulation of DNA repair & genome stability” and the DGDR. The SFB 1361 is funded by the DFG (German Research Foundation).
Orgateam 6th German-French DNA Repair Meeting
Institut für Toxikologie
Obere Zahlbacher Str.67, Geb.905/4.OG
E-mail address: hofmann-office[at]uni-mainz.de