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AICC Conference: Chromatin and Transcription in Development and Disease
24 May, 10:00 – 19:00
UCD Conway Institute ,
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We are delighted to be hosting the first in-person conference for the All-Ireland Chromatin Consortium. This free conference on the topic of 'Chromatin and Transcription in Development and Disease' will take place in the Conway Institute at University College Dublin on Wednesday May 24th 2023. Our aim is to bring together researchers interested in chromatin biology and transcription across the island of Ireland. We hope this will foster future collaborations, career development and funding opportunities. The event will prioritise talks and poster presentations by PhD students and post-doctoral researchers. We encourage anyone working on any of our topic areas to attend. These topics include: Nuclear Architecture, Histone Modifications, Developmental Epigenetics, Nucleosome Variants, Single-Cell Genomics, Chromatin in Disease, Transcriptomics. This event is sponsored by Active Motif and includes lunch and refreshments. Deadline for registration is April 6th

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Karolin Luger

April 2023

University of Colorado Boulder

Promoting Collaborations.  Sharing Knowledge. Sharing Excitement.

The All-Ireland Chromatin Consortium was established in 2021 to foster collaborations between researchers located across the whole of Ireland, promote scientific exchange, and to facilitate networking between students, postdocs, and PIs working in the field of chromatin biology.

The scientific focus of the consortium is broad, and we intend to bridge basic, applied, and translational chromatin research, including transcriptional regulation, chromatin folding and DNA methylation.

The All-Ireland Chromatin Consortium promotes and expects a non-judgmental and supportive attitude from participants.

If you’re interested in joining or would like to learn more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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