Change Location × Montreal

    Recent Locations

      Montreal Area Phase Separation (MAPS) 2nd Annual Symposium in Montreal


      • Montreal Area Phase Separation (MAPS) 2nd Annual Symposium Photo #1
      1 of 1
      October 22, 2019

      Tuesday   1:00 PM

      3650 Mc Tavish Street
      Montreal, Quebec H3A 1X9

      Performers:
      • No Performers Listed
      EVENT DETAILS
      Montreal Area Phase Separation (MAPS) 2nd Annual Symposium

      It is with great pleasure that we invite you to Montréal-Area Phase Separation (MAPS) group’s second annual symposium on October 22nd, 2019 at McGill University! Liquid-liquid phase separation is a concept that has garnered much attention in the past few years, as it appears to be at the basis of many biophysical processes. This symposium was created as a platform to allow researchers across an array of disciplines to showcase their work to other rising scientists- whether it be theoretical or experimental. It is also intended to create more conversation around phase separation between the physics, biophysics, biology, physiology, and computational domains. Perhaps you will even find new collaborators during the symposium! Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are invited to present their work during a twelve-minute oral presentation or through a poster presentation. You can already submit your abstract here. The abstract deadline is October 8th and you can register for the conference until October 15th. Selected presenters will be notified at least one week before the conference. Please note: due to limited spots, we may not be able to accept all abstracts and conference registrants. The presentations are meant to increase the awareness on the importance of phase separation and also to explore the large repertoire of new data and tools generated in Montreal. This transdisciplinary event is an incredible opportunity to present recent discoveries and provide a forum to address key questions in the field of phase separation. This event is free and funded by the American Society for Cell Biology. It will be from 1pm to 6:30pm and will include several coffee and snack breaks between oral presentation sessions.  We hope to see you there!

      Categories: Science

      Event details may change at any time, always check with the event organizer when planning to attend this event or purchase tickets.