The European network

for cell migration studies

Workshop 4: Mid consolidation phase II

1 week; target groups: all ESRs/partners and selected cooperation partners/interested third parties upon recommendation by participating beneficiaries and partner organisations

The workshop will build on the previous workshops. Besides enhancing cross-sectoral knowledge and skills, it will aim to train ESRs in complementary skills. Each of the following topics is relevant to InCeM's main goals and will be the subject of a half-day or full-day programme that includes a presentation of pertinent ESR results:

  • Directing cell migration by mechanical factors.
  • Cell signalling, actin self-organisation and directing cell polarity in cell migration.
  • Tumour-cell migration: techniques and applications for visualising migration of individual cells in tumours and healthy tissue in living mice.
  • Integrative models for cell motility: experiments and simulations.
  • Impact of InCeM on medical and biotechnological challenges.
  • Industrial implementation of basic research results.
  • Mid-term school on complementary skills: The course will focus on making oral presentations, preparing a CV,  writing grant proposals, writing for scientific journals, writing science for a non-scientific audience, and poster presentations.

Last update: 26.09.2018


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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 642866.