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    Graduiertenkolleg 2157

    3D Tissue Infection Symposium

    It is our pleasure to announce the first 3D Tissue Infection Symposium, an international symposium in the field of infection biology to be held in Würzburg from April the 5th-7th, 2019.

    The focus of the 3D T.I.S. is the use of complex 3D human tissue cultures for host-pathogen interaction research. The three-day symposium includes talks by distinguished national and international speakers.

    This symposium aims to provide a platform for early stage researchers as well as experienced scientists and professionals from academia and the pharmaceutical industry. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity for an exciting educational and practical update and collaborations. We cannot wait to welcome you in the beautiful city of Würzburg for high-level educational meeting filled with interesting discussions.

    Key Dates:

    • Call for abstracts opens 29 Oct 2018
    • Call for abstracts closes 28 Feb 2019
    • Registration opens 29 Oct 2018
       

    Registration fees:

    • Students: 100 €
    • Academics: 150 €
    • Companies: 250 €

     

    Registration form



    List of confirmed speakers, 3D T.I.S. Poster


    Programme

     

    Poster  Session

    Poster presentation:Poster should be in DIN A0 (ideal: 841 mm width x 1189 mm height), in portrait format. A poster exhibition with the contributions of the participants will be present during the whole conference.


    Image contest

    Images presented should be captured from own scientific work. The images can be taken on a variety of scientific imaging devices.

    Rules for the IMAGE CONTEST


    Venue

    Juliusspital (Pavillion, Zehntscheune), Würzburg


    Social event

    Wine cellar guided tour including a little wine-tasting (13 € per person).
     

    Hotel

    We booked hotel rooms (including breakfast) at the Ghotel (keyword: "GRK 2157"):
    single room 83 €
    double room 103 €


    Organizing Committee:

    All PhD students of the GRK 2157