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JONATHAN MILNER, CEO
- DNA repair, replication and recombination
- Checkpoints and cell cycle control
- Control by post-translational modifications
- Links to nuclear architecture, chromosome biology, chromatin, transcription and other processes
- Genome instability in disease and ageing; diagnostic and therapeutic applications
Standard registration: January 20, 2014
Last chance reserve your place!
Poster abstract submission: January 20, 2014
Abstracts can be submitted during online registration
Abreview competition winner!
Sarah's prize is a free conference registration. She will be presenting a poster on "Validating Nek11 as a novel target for colorectal cancer drug development".
Speakers' talk titles
Confirmed speakers' talk titles can be viewed in the speakers section.
The fifth meeting in the series
The fifth meeting in the Maintenance of Genome Stability series will once again be chaired by Prof Steve Jackson (University of Cambridge, UK), who has put together a speaker line-up that includes new and familiar faces.
American Airlines expand service to St. Kitts
American Airlines will be adding two more non-stop flights to St. Kitts from Miami per week and also change the schedule for its non-stop flights to St. Kitts from New York JFK to make for easier connections beginning November 21, 2013.
This meeting will bring together researchers investigating how DNA damage is generated, and is dealt with at the molecular, cellular and whole-organism levels. In addition to addressing well-studied but as yet incompletely understood research areas, the meeting will feature scientists who are linking DNA-damage responses to diverse new areas of biology. By featuring work in clinical and drug discovery settings, the conference will also highlight the potential for translating new knowledge of DNA-damage responses towards better understanding, diagnosing and treating human disease.
Conference chair: Prof Steve Jackson (University of Cambridge, UK)