Molecular mechanisms in evolution and ecology – Course and Conference Office

EMBO Workshop

Molecular mechanisms in evolution and ecology


This conference will take place at EMBL Heidelberg, with the option to attend virtually. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or recovery is required for on-site attendance. Please see EMBL’s COVID-19 safety policy for on-site events. 

For late registrations to attend the workshop onsite, please contact Raili Pall.

Conference overview

This conference series has become known for exploring yeasts as models to study questions of general relevance to evolution and ecology. Experts will speak on a range of topics, including evolution theory, ecology, genetics, cell biology, genomics, systems biology, metabolic modelling and engineering.

The focus of this conference will be on comparative and experimental strategies to explore evolutionary questions, from field studies to computer simulations to comparative genomics. Central evolutionary questions will be discussed, using yeast and a range of other species whose biology is well understood and to determine the degree to which that biology is conserved in more distantly related species.

The aim is to move from correlative studies based on comparative work to more causal studies based on broad experimental support. This problem is particularly pressing in the age of cheap and easy sequencing.

Session topics

  • Experimental evolution
  • Genomic insights in ecology & evolution
  • Systems and synthetic biology
  • Assembly and evolution of communities
  • Understanding & predicting evolution

What past participants say about the conference:

“An incredibly interesting and well-organised event, not only from the scientific side but also on the technical part. As expected from other editions of the meeting, the science was amazing and very variegated. Kudos for the organisation and for the unusually high number of young speakers. – Irene Stefanini, University of Turin, Italy

“One of my favourite meetings with a real community feeling. I’ve started collaborations and made great friends here.” – Rike Stelkens, Population Genetics, Stockholm University, Sweden

“A great conference and academic environment – networking opportunities are limitless.” – Jose Antonio Urban Aragon, International Laboratory for Human Genome Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico (LIIGH-UNAM), Mexico


Dan Jarosz

Stanford University School of Medicine


Gianni Liti

Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing of Nice (IRCAN)


Scientific organisers

Gianni Liti

Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing of Nice (IRCAN)


Conference organiser


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  • Please note that due to the ongoing pandemic situation, some speakers may need to join virtually to give their talk, and the programme is subject to change.
  • Recorded talks will be accessible on demand for 2 weeks after the end of the event.
  • Please find the poster listing here.
Day 1 – Wednesday 5 October 2022
Time (Europe/Berlin)Speaker
15:00 – 17:00Arrival and registration with light refreshments
 17:00 – 19:00Session 1: Experimental Evolution
Chair: Gianni Liti – Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing of Nice (IRCAN), France
17:00 – 17:15Opening remarks
17:15 – 17:45Moving yeast experimental evolution research out of the lab and into the classroom
Maitreya Dunham – University of Washington, USA
17:45 – 18:15Genomic diversity across Candida auris clinical isolates shapes rapid development of antifungal resistance in vitro and in vivo
Anna Selmecki – University of Minnesota Medical School, USA
18:15 – 18:35Phage- and Robotics-Assisted Near-Continuous Evolution
Emma Chory – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
18:35 – 18:55Bacterial evolved resistance against chemotherapies impairs drug efficacy in the worm host
Amir Mitchell – University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
19:00 – 20:30Dinner
20:30 – 21:30Social event: Science Pub Quiz
Day 2 – Thursday 6 October 2022
 09:00 – 10:20Session 1 (cont.): Experimental evolution
Chair: Gianni Liti – Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing of Nice (IRCAN), France
09:00 – 09:30Genes involved in protein folding and chromatin buffer genetic variation
Kevin Verstrepen – VIB-KU Leuven Center for Microbiology, Belgium
09:30 – 10:00Experimental evolution of Bacillus biofilms
Ákos T. Kovács – DTU Bioengineering, Denmark
10:00 – 10:20Exploring the limits of thermal tolerance in an Antarctic bacterium
Macarena Toll-Riera – ETH Zürich, Switzerland
10:20 – 10:50Coffee Break
10:50 – 19:00Session 2: Genomic insights in Ecology & Evolution
Chair: Antonis Rokas – Vanderbilt University, USA
10:50 – 11:20Ecological genomics of pre-domesticated Saccharomyces cerevisiae lineages
Isheng Jason Tsai – Academia Sinica, Taiwan
11:20 – 11:50Unravelling the secrets of a model yeast in its home environment
Primrose Boynton – Wheaton College Massachusetts, USA
11:50 – 12:10A cohesive panel of 142 telomere-to-telomere genome assemblies unfolds the structural genetic diversity at the species-scale in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Gilles Fischer – CNRS, Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine, Sorbonne Université, France
12:10 – 12:30The natural diversity of the yeast proteome reveals chromosome-wide dosage compensation in aneuploids
Julia Muenzner – Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
12:30 – 14:00Lunch
14:00 – 14:40Poster Introduction (odd numbers)
14:40 – 16:00 Poster Session 1 (odd numbers)
16:00 – 17:00Meet the Editors:
Maria Polychronidou – Molecular Systems Biology, Germany
Roland Roberts – Public Library of Science, UK
Martina Rembold – EMBO Reports, Germany
Not available on demand
 17:00 -19:00Session 2 (cont.) – Genomic insights in Ecology & Evolution
Chair: Antonis Rokas – Vanderbilt University, USA
17:00 – 17:30Within-patient evolution of plasmid-mediated antimicrobial resistance
Alvaro San Millan – Centro Nacional de Biotecnología (CSIC), Spain
17:30 – 18:00How genes jump: DNA asymmetry drives transposition of antibiotic resistance in bacteria
Orsolya Barabas – University of Geneva, Switzerland
18:00 – 18:20Evolutionary origins of orphan genes in prokaryotes of the human gut
Nikolaos Vakirlis – BSRC “Alexander Fleming”, Greece
Not available on demand
18:20 – 18:40Assessing the contribution of gut-to-lung translocation to bacterial colonization and the dynamics of antibiotic resistance evolution in an ICU patient
Rachel Wheatley – University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Remote speaker
18:40 – 19:00Mechanism of extensive genomic reshuffling and creation of diversity in the parasexual life cycle of a filamentous fungus
Michael Knop – University of Heidelberg (ZMBH), Germany
19:00 – 20:30Dinner
20:30 – 23:00After Dinner Drinks
Day 3 – Friday 7 October 2022
Time (Europe/Berlin)Speaker
 09:00 – 11:10Session 3: Systems and synthetic biology
Chair: Maitreya Dunham – University of Washington, USA
09:00 – 09:30Genomic introgressions: origin, evolution and function
Gianni Liti – Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing (IRCAN), France
09:30 – 10:00Mechanisms of action of natural genetic variants
Dan Jarosz – Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
10:00 – 10:20Cell-cell metabolite exchange creates a pro-survival metabolic environment that extends lifespan
Clara Correia-Melo – Charité – Medical University Berlin & Francis Crick Institute London, Germany, UK
10:20 – 10:50Coffee break
10:50 – 11:10Reversion dynamics of copy number variants: fitness costs versus benefits in the absence of selection pressure
Titir De – New York University, USA
 11:10 – 12:20Session 4: Assembly and Evolution of Communities
Chair: Orsolya Barabas – University of Geneva, Switzerland
11:10 – 11:30Pathogenesis of polymicrobial biofilm-associated infections
Kimberly Kline – University of Geneva, Switzerland
11:30 – 11:45An efficient collective – From individual proteome efficiency to collective community metabolism
Matthias Hülsmann – ETH Zurich & Eawag, Switzerland
11:45 – 12:00Influence of the adaptive immune system on the evolution of gut microbiota
Camille Ameline – Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal
12:00 – 12:20Communities modulate clonal fitness in small populations of triple negative breast cancer cells
Benjamin Hershey – IFOM the FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology, Italy
12:20 – 14:00Lunch
14:00 – 14:40Poster Introduction (even numbers)
14:40 – 16:00Poster Session 2 (even numbers)
 16:00Free evening
Day 4 – Saturday 8 October 2022
Time (Europe/Berlin)Speaker
 09:00 – 12:20Session 4 (cont.): Assembly and Evolution of Communities
Chair: Orsolya Barabas – University of Geneva, Switzerland
09:00 – 09:30Competition and warfare in bacteria
Kevin Foster – University of Oxford, UK
Not available on demand
09:30 – 09:50Mapping phage-mediated gene flow in polymicrobial communities using laboratory evolution
Yuval Mulla – University of Cologne, Germany
09:50 – 10:10Understanding the effect of drugs on microbiome dynamics using ecological models
Naomi van den Berg – MRC Toxicology Unit, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
10:10 – 10:40Coffee break
10:40 – 11:10Spatial ecology of predator-prey dynamics in bacterial biofilms
Carey Nadell – Dartmouth College, USA
11:10 – 11:40Ecological interactions drive the evolution of antibiotic resistance
Marjon de Vos – University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Not available on demand
11:40 – 12:00Even allocation of benefits stabilizes microbial community engaged in metabolic division of labor
Miaoxiao Wang – ETH Zurich, Switzerland
12:00 – 12:20Gene loss promotes the emergence of metabolic cross-feeding interactions in soil bacterial communities
Ghada Yousif – Osnabrück University, Germany
12:20 – 14:00Lunch
 12:20 – 18:50Session 5: Understanding & Predicting Evolution
Chair: Kiran Patil – University of Cambridge, UK
14:00 – 14:30Gene loss and compensatory evolution promotes the emergence of morphological novelties
Balazs Papp – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
14:30 – 15:00Predictive evolution of metabolic phenotypes using model-designed selection environments
Paula Jouhten – Aalto University, Finland
15:00 – 15:20Distribution of fitness effects of cross-species transformation reveals potential for fast adaptive evolution
Mona Förster – University of Cologne, Germany
15:20 – 15:50Coffee Break
15:50 – 16:20Pathogen virulence evolution driven by host-associated microbes
Kayla King – University of Oxford, UK
Remote speaker
16:20 – 16:50Mechanisms behind the context-dependency of interspecies bacterial interactions
Sara Mitri – University of Lausanne, Switzerland
16:50 – 17:10Understanding the origin of lager yeast
Francisco Cubillos – University of Santiago, Chile
17:10 – 17:40Coffee Break
17:40 – 18:10Studying evolution through the lens of structural biology empowered by artificial intelligence
Pedro Beltrao – ETH Zurich, Switzerland
18:10 – 18:30Metabolic efficiency reshapes the seminal relationship between pathogen growth rate and virulence
Richard Lindsay – University of Exeter, United Kingdom
18:30 – 18:50Exploitation of an ancient dimerization interface enables allosteric regulation in cyanobacterial photoprotection
Niklas Steube – Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Germany
18:50 – 19:00Closing remarks
19:00 – 21:00Dinner
21:00 – 00:00Party with Live Music from Woodland

Practical information

Registration fees and abstract submission

On-site registration fees include admission, conference materials, COVID-19 safety measures, meals and coffee breaks. Participants are expected to book and pay their own accommodation and travel expenses.

Virtual registration fees include access to all of the talks (livestreamed and on demand) and facility to submit questions.

On-site Academia€550
On-site PhD Student€450
On-site Industry€850
Virtual Academia€175
Virtual PhD Student€125
Virtual Industry€225

NO visa support letters will be issued until payment of the registration fee is confirmed.

Accredited journalists may be eligible to register for complimentary press registration. Registrants may be required to provide accreditation or equivalent proof of press membership after registration. Please contact Inna Bösselmann for more information. Please note that we do not offer complimentary registrations for editors of scientific journals.

Confirmation and payment

Registration will be on a first-come first-served basis. Your place can only be confirmed after payment of the registration fee. If you are added to our waiting list, please consider taking advantage of our offerings to participate virtually.

On-site participants: Types of payments accepted are international bank transfers and credit card payments.

Virtual participants: We are only able to accept card payments. In exceptional cases we can accept bank transfers. Please contact events@embl.de for details.

Abstract submission

Only registered participants attending the on-site event are eligible to submit an abstract. Abstracts will not be accepted from virtual participants.

After you have logged in and successfully registered, you will receive an email asking you to submit your abstract.  Click on the link provided and enter your abstract in the text box provided. Alternatively you can submit your abstract by clicking on the link on the confirmation page directly after registering. The same login credentials are used for both processes.

Please note:

Title: The title should not exceed 20 words. Only the first word of the title should start with a capital letter and the rest of the title should be in lowercase.

Authors and affiliations: Please fill in the author’s details as requested in the online form. The compulsory details are: First Name, Last Name, Organisation Name (Affiliation or Company), Country and Email. Mark only one author as the role of First author and please don’t forget to indicate who will be presenting. The order of the authors will be listed as follows: First Author, Co-First Author (alphabetically if multiple), co-author(s) (in the order added by the submitter).

Presentation types: When submitting your abstract, you can apply for an oral or poster presentation. A selection process will take place with the results announced 2-3 weeks after the abstract submission deadline.

Please check our FAQs pages for further information on how to submit an abstract.

Financial assistance

Limited financial assistance is provided by the EMBL Advanced Training Centre Corporate Partnership Programme and EMBO in the form of both registration fee waivers and travel grants. Availability is limited to participants attending on-site events in Heidelberg and will be indicated during the abstract or motivation letter submission process.

Your place in the meeting is only confirmed by paying the registration fee, which is mandatory even when receiving a fee waiver.

Registration fee waiver

The fee waiver will cover the registration sum that you have paid to attend the course or conference.

Travel grant

The travel grant will cover the cost of travel (airfare, train, bus, taxi, accommodation, visa, and/or registration fees*) and is provided up to specified caps which are normally as follows:

– up to €400 for participants travelling to an EMBL Course, EMBL Conference or EMBO|EMBL Symposium from within Europe.
– up to €1000 for participants travelling to an EMBL Course, EMBL Conference or EMBO|EMBL Symposium from outside Europe.
– up to €500 for any participant travelling to an EMBO Practical Course or EMBO Workshop.
– up to €1000 for any participant working in Chile, India, Singapore or Taiwan travelling to an EMBO Practical Course or EMBO Workshop.

*Registration fees are only covered for EMBO Practical Courses or EMBO Workshops

The organisers may reduce the grant cap to accommodate more participants. Recipients will be notified of their travel cap amount when they are informed of the outcome of their application. Original receipts must be provided with your signature for all costs incurred within two months of completion of travel. Scanned copies cannot be accepted.

Childcare grant (EMBO practical courses and workshops only)

For EMBO Practical Course or EMBO Workshop participants with children, there is the possibility to apply for a childcare grant to offset child care costs incurred by participants or speakers when participating at a course or conference. Eligible costs include fees for a baby-sitter or child-care facility, travel costs for a care giver, or travel costs for taking the child to the meeting etc. Please note that priority will be given to early stage researchers. A maximum amount of 500 EUR can be awarded per participant applying for an EMBO Childcare Grant. In order to apply for this grant for EMBO Workshops, you must be registered by the abstract submission deadline.


You may apply for financial assistance when submitting your motivation letter for courses, and abstract for conferences. In your application you will be asked to answer questions regarding why your lab cannot fund your attendance and how your attendance will make a difference to your career. Application for financial support will not affect the outcome of your registration application.

For the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds Travel Grant, there is a pre-application question during the motivation letter submission process, and if selected you will be requested to complete a standard form and documentation consisting of your travel expense estimation.


The scientific organisers will select the recipients of all financial assistance during the motivation letter or abstract selection process. Results will be announced approximately 6-8 weeks before the event start date, however for some events this may be delayed. Selection results do not impact your admission to the meeting. Selection is based on your current work or study location, the reasons for needing financial support and the impact this event will have on your career.


Costs will be reimbursed after the meeting only once a reimbursement form and original receipts (from travel costs) have been received.

Further details

View our list of external funding opportunities and information on attending a conference as an event reporter.

For further information about financial assistance please refer to the FAQ page.

Accommodation and shuttles

Accommodation is not included in the conference registration fee.

As further changes in our events are possible due to COVID-19, you should book flights, trains and hotels with flexible options and favourable cancellation conditions.

The hotels below have rooms on hold for participants until 4 September 2022, in some cases at special rates. Please quote the booking code EAE22-01 and confirm the exact price of the room with the hotel directly.

Hotel AnlageHotel ibis HeidelbergPremier Inn Heidelberg City
Hotel Bayrischer Hof ISG Hotel Staycity Aparthotel Heidelberg
B&B HotelLeonardo Hotel Heidelberg City CentreSteffi’s Hostel Heidelberg
Exzellenz Hotel & Boarding HouseMeininger HeidelbergHotel Vier Jahreszeiten Heidelberg
Hotel Holländer Hof Hotel Monpti

Conference shuttle buses

Conference shuttle buses are free of charge for participants, and depart from designated bus stops near the hotels to EMBL and back, mornings and evenings.

Download the bus schedule here.

The bus stops for this conference are:

  • Staycity Aparthotels (Speyerer Str. 7)
  • Kurfürsten-Anlage (close to Main Train Station)
  • Premier Inn (Kurfürsten-Anlage 23)
  • Leonardo Hotel City Centre (Bergheimer Str. 63)
  • Neckarmünzplatz
  • Peterskirche
  • ISG Hotel

View Conference shuttle bus stops and hotels in a larger map. Please note that not every bus stop will be used for every event.

Further details

Address: EMBL, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany. For further information on getting to EMBL Heidelberg visit Public Transportation to the Venue. For information about accommodation and local transportation please refer to the FAQ page.

On-site information


All meals and coffee breaks are included in the registration fee. Our catering staff will prepare a wide variety of vegetarian meals, meat and fish dishes, soups, pasta, fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as a variety of desserts.

Please wear your badge at all times when serving yourself.

No food or drinks are allowed in the auditorium.

Charging lockers

There are lockers available next to the stairs leading down into the Auditorium. You will find some of those equipped with sockets to charge your smartphone/tablet etc.

Electricity and charging station

In most places the electricity is 220 volts AC (50 cycles). An adaptor and a plug that fits the German socket may be needed for your appliances/laptop (i.e. American, Japanese, etc.). A USB charging station for electronic devices is available at the registration desk.

EMBL merchandise

EMBL Merchandise is available on Mon – Thu (9 am – 12 pm). If you are interested in purchasing an EMBL souvenir (products presented in the glass display in the registration area), please ask at the registration desk for more information.

Health and safety notes

Please read EMBL’s COVID-19 safety policy for on-site events.
Do not smoke in any EMBL building.
Eating and drinking is prohibited in the Auditorium and all laboratories.
Do not enter any restricted areas or the laboratories unless instructed to do so.

If first aid is required …

  • The first aid room is located next to the ATC Registration Desk (room 10- 205).
  • Dial the Emergency number 222 from any EMBL internal phone only.
  • Where is the accident? What happened? How many injured?
  • Emergency number 06221-387 7821 from mobile phones.
  • Please report all accidents to the conference officer at the registration desk.

In case of fire …

  • Press the nearest fire alarm button or the Emergency number 222 from any internal phone.
  • A loud fire alarm will go off if an evacuation is required. On hearing the alarm leave the building immediately following the escape route and fire wardens and head to one of the meeting points
  • Do not use the lifts.

Beyond first aid…

Please remember to bring your own medication, if needed, to the conference. Note that the next pharmacy is a 4-minute drive from the EMBL, but for many medications you will be required to see a doctor to get a prescription.

Ensure in advance that your medical insurance will cover you during your visit in the event that you do need to see a doctor while in Heidelberg. In any case, the EMBL Course and Conference Office will assist you to get to the pharmacy and a doctor of your choice if necessary.


Wi-Fi is available everywhere on the premises (no password required), just log on to ATC-Guest. The eduroam network (secure, world-wide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community) is also available.

Lost and found

‘’Lost and Found’’ are kept at the registration desk until the end of the conference.


There are lockers available on-site to store your luggage, which require a 2 EURO coin to operate. There is another luggage room on level E0, which is free to use but remains unlocked during the conference.

Nursing room

There is a nursing room available in the ATC Rooftop Lounge on level A29.


During the conference an EMBL Photographer may be taking photographs. If you would not like to appear in these, please inform the photographer or a member of the Course and Conference Office.


We can help printing your boarding passes/train ticket. Please send it to events@embl.de and collect your print-outs at the registration desk.

Room for prayer, yoga and meditation

There is a room for prayer, mediation and yoga located on level E0 behind the Auditorium. Please be respectful of other participants using the room.


A variety of activities in Heidelberg can be found on the website of Heidelberg Marketing.

Travel to and from the venue

During the event we provide conference shuttle buses to and from EMBL. In addition, there is the public bus 39A that serves the EMBL campus and taxis can be easily booked at any time. Information on the conference shuttle buses can be found on the individual event website and more detailed information on travelling to EMBL can be found on our Travel Information page.

Useful German expressions

GoodbyeAuf Wiedersehen
Good morningGuten Morgen
Good afternoonGuten Tag
Good eveningGuten Abend
Good nightGute Nacht
I’m sorryTut mir leid
Excuse me…Entschuldigen Sie
How are you?Wie geht’s?
I’m fine thanks. And you?Mir geht es gut , danke, und dir/Ihnen?
What is your nameWie heisst du? Wie heissen Sie?
My name isIch heisse
Do you speak EnglishSprechen Sie Englisch?
I don’t understandIch verstehe nicht
Please speak more slowlyKönnen Sie bitte langsamer sprechen
Thank youDanke schön
Where is the toilet?Wo ist die Toilette?
Please call me a taxiBitte rufen Sie mir ein Taxi
How do I get to….?Wie komme ich zum/zur…..?
A beer/two beers, pleaseEin Bier/zwei Bier bitte
A glass of red/white wine pleaseEin Glas Rot/Weisswein bitte
The menu, pleaseDie Speisekarte, bitte
Is there a local speciality?Gibt es eine Spezialität aus dieser Gegend?
I’m VegetarianIch bin Vegetarier
It was deliciousEs war hervorragend
The bill, pleaseDie Rechnung, bitte
I have a headacheIch habe Kopfschmerzen
I have a sore throatIch habe Halsschmerzen
My stomach hurtsIch habe Magenschmerzen
I’m allergic toIch bin allergisch gegen
I need a doctor who speaks EnglishGibt es einen Arzt, der Englisch spricht?
Virtual participation

Abstracts will not be accepted from virtual participants. Only registered participants attending the on-site event are eligible to submit an abstract. 

What’s included?

  • Access to all the livestreamed talks
  • Video library of the recorded talks during and after the event
  • Facility to submit questions

Please note that only on-site participants are able to submit abstracts and participate in the poster sessions.

Event platform

We are using an event platform for this conference. More information about the platform will be shared ahead of the conference.


  • Do not broadcast the conference to unregistered participants.
  • You are encouraged to tweet and post about the event. Tweet unless the speaker specifically says otherwise, but be mindful of unpublished data. 
  • Please do not capture, transmit or redistribute data presented at the meeting.

Additional information can be found in our Code of Conduct.

Health and well-being

It is important to stay healthy and move around, especially when you are attending an event virtually. We have put together a few coffee break stretches and yoga videos in the conference platform for you to enjoy during the event.

How to ask questions

Please use the Q&A function in the event platform.

If you have any other questions, you can go to the Help Desk in the event platform. Click on ‘more’ on the top menu and click Help Desk. 

Time zone

The programme is planned based on the Europe/Berlin time zone, unless otherwise stated. Please take your time zone into consideration when planning your attendance.

Additional information

Please find additional information including FAQs, terms and conditions, COVID-19 safety policy and travelling to EMBL on our Information for Participants page.

COVID-19 related questions

COVID-19 information for on-site events at EMBL Heidelberg can be found in our COVID-19 FAQs.


Media partners

EMBO Journal, an EMBO Press journal

International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Open Biology, a Royal Society journal


Sponsorship opportunities

We offer a variety of event sponsoring possibilities, with the flexibility to select a set sponsorship package or combine individual sponsorship options to suit your event budget. Discounts are available for companies sponsoring multiple events at EMBL Heidelberg. View other conferences, or contact sponsorship@embl.de for further information.

If you are interested in becoming a media partner of this event, please visit our media partnerships webpage.

Date: 5 - 8 Oct 2022

Location: EMBL Heidelberg and Virtual


Abstract submission: Closed

Registration (On-site): Closed

Registration (Virtual): Closed


  • Gianni Liti
    Institute for Research on Cancer and Ageing of Nice (IRCAN), France
    • Sara Mitri
      University of Lausanne, Switzerland
      • Kiran Patil
        University of Cambridge, UK