TEMTIA 10th - International congress: cellular and molecular EMT
TEMTIA is an international congress gathering 200 to 250 scientists from all over the world. This year, the congress celebrates its 10th anniversary and, for the first time, it will take place in France, at the Institut Curie.
Historically, these conferences are dedicated to the molecular and cellular aspects of the epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT), in the context of embryonic development and tumor progression. They are characterized by a very strong multidisciplinarity and by a collegiality illustrated in particular by the recent writing of a collective review article in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology (Yang et al 2020). Over the years, the program of these symposia has been enriched to integrate the notion of cellular plasticity, with components of stem cells, resistance to treatment, regulation of genomic integrity and apoptosis depending on the context. They bring together all the important contributors in the field, while maintaining a policy of renewal of speakers.
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Co-président de TEMTIA - Directeur du Centre de Recherche
Co-président de TEMTIA - Chercheur Inserm