This 2-day informal meeting is the 7th edition in the conference series «Chromatin Meets South». It is focused on fundamental aspects of chromatin biology and on the latest advances in the field. This meeting will bring together leading researchers from the South of France to explore outstanding questions in chromatin-related topics from experimental and theoretical perspectives, enable participants to identify new research opportunities and collaborations, and to allow PhD students to present their results in English to a large audience.
We welcome oral presentations from all areas relevant to chromatin research in different models.
Covered topics include
- chromatin structure and function
- gene expression
- genome stability
- cancer and epigenetics
- modeling and computational biology
Keynote Speaker: Giacomo Cavalli, Chromatin and Cell Biology Lab, IGH, Montpellier
The conference will start on June 12 at 13h30 at Genopolys in Montpellier. Talks will be held from 14h till 18h30 and followed by a « Cocktail Dinatoire » on the spot. On June 13, the talks will be held from 9h till 16h. Lunch will be served at Genopolys.
The registration is free but mandatory. Participants are responsible for their accommodation and transport. Please submit abstracts to CMS2018@igh.cnrs.fr by May 25, 2018. The deadline for registration is June 5, 2018.
The CMS 2018 scientific committee
Cyril Esnault (IGMM), Eugenia Basyuk (IGH), Guillaume Bossis (IGMM), Rosemary Kiernan (IGH), Charles Lecellier (IGMM), Andrew Oldfield (IGH), John Palmeri (LCC) and Eric Soler (IGMM)