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    International Symposium organized by the Students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences

    Symposium 2009


    It is our pleasure to announce the 4th International Symposium organized by the students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences of the University of Würzburg, which will take place the 26th and 27th of March, 2009.

    As in former editions, attendance is free and therefore no previous registration is necessary

    This time our interdisciplinary symposium will focus on two different aspects of Evolution: one will contemplate how different systems have evolved to become what they are nowadays and the second will concentrate on how revolutionary findings helped us to understand them.

    In this occasion we want to increase the students’ participation, therefore this year there will be a poster session where everyone is welcome to present his work, and to boost your motivation there will be poster prizes! The poster registration deadline has been extended until Monday 23rd of March.

    Additionally, we are happy to anticipate the names of the speakers who already confirmed their participation, for additional information about their research interests, follow the links posted at the speakers section!


    Eric T. Ahrens

    The Pittsburgh NMR Center for Biomedical Research & Department of Biological Sciences Carnegie Mellon University

    Denis Duboule

    University of Geneva, Switzerland

    Oliver Ernst

    Institut für Medizinische Physik und Biophysik, Charité, Berlín

    Guido Gaietta

    University of California, USA

    Jim Kaufman

    University of Cambridge, UK

    Sir Ravinder Maini

    Kennedy Research Institute, Imperial College London, UK

    Michael Wagner

    University of Vienna, Austria