GIVEN THE CONTINUED IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD, IT HAS BECOME CLEAR TO US THAT WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO HOLD THE SYMPOSIUM ON EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES THIS JUNE AS WE HOPED WHEN POSTPONED THE DATE.


NEVERTHELESS, WE ARE STILL SET TO HOLD THE EVENT AT A LATER DATE, MOST LIKELY IN THE LAST WEEK OF NOVEMBER / BEGINNING OF DECEMBER 2020. HOPEFULLY BY THEN THE PUBLIC-HEALTH CRISIS AS WELL AS LIMITATIONS TO GLOBAL TRAVEL HAVE EASED. 


WE WILL UPDATE YOU WITH MORE INFORMATION AS SOON AS WE HAVE A FINAL DECISION ON THE DATES AND HAVE OUTLINED THE PROGRAM OF THE EVENT.

Updated May 26, 2020

 

EXTRACELLULAR VESICLES IN PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

November/ December 2020
TARTU, Estonia

NEW ADVANCES IN DEVELOPMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES FOR TREATING CHRONIC DISEASES AND CANCER


2-day SYMPOSIUM

 

We are thrilled to announce that the registration is now open for the international Symposium Extracellular Vesicles in PathoPhysiology where experts from different fields of EV related research will gather together for two days to share their knowledge and latest advancements.


The Symposium will cover a wide range of topics including new approaches for EV characterization, cell-cell communication in health and disease and potential of EVs in diagnosis and therapy. Register today and take advantage of the chance to get inspired by some truly talented individuals in Tartu!

 
 

PROGRAM

The symposium will feature four sessions

 

EV CHARACTERIZATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES

THERAPEUTIC APPLICATION OF EV-S

EV DIAGNOSTICS

EV IN PHARMACOLOGY

Complete program to be announced soon..

 

SPEAKERS

 

AIJA LINĒ

Latvian Biomedical Research and Study Centre 
LATVIA

ANDRÉ GÖRGENS

Karolinska Institute
SWEDEN

DIRK MICHIEL PEGTEL

Amsterdam University Medical Center
NETHERLANDS

FREDERIK J. VERWEIJ

Institute for Psychiatry and Neurosciences of Paris (IPNP) - INSERM U1266
FRANCE

INGRID STRUMAN

University of Liège
BELGIUM

JACK ROHRER

Zurich University of Applied Sciences
SWITZERLAND

JUAN MANUEL FALCÓN-PÉREZ

Research Professor
Center for Cooperative Research in BioSciences (CIC bioGUNE)
SPAIN

REET KURG

University of Tartu
ESTONIA

RIM JAWAD

Karolinska Institute
SWEDEN

SCOTT BONNER

University of Oxford
UK

TOBIAS TERTEL

University Hospital Essen
GERMANY

VICTORIA JAMES

University of Nottingham 
UK

 

VENUE

Room 1020

UT Chemistry building

14a Ravila 

Tartu, 50412

Estonia

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SUPPORTERS

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If you’re interested in collaboration, please get in touch today.

 

The symposium is organized by the Doctoral School of Clinical Medicine, funded by the Regional Fund of the European Union (Tartu University’s ASTRA project PER ASPERA) and the ERA Chair of Translational Genomics at the University of Tartu (European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 668989)

 

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