Moving Cells in Development and Disease, 13-15 September 2015
At the international CiM symposium „Moving Cells in Development and Disease“, top class researchers from life and natural sciences presented their current scientific results. The list of speakers of the symposium was full of experts from the United States, from Germany, Great Britain and Switzerland. In addition, selected junior scientists from the CiM Cluster of Excellence got the opportunity to present their research.
Mandy Großgarten, a doctoral student in Chemistry, is one of eight junior researchers to speak at the International CiM Symposium.
It is not only experts from the world of biomedical research who will be speaking at the International CiM Symposium from September 13th to 15th. Eight junior researchers will also be presenting the results of their research. Mandy Großgarten, who is a doctoral student in Chemistry in the CiM research group led by Prof. Uwe Karst, is one of them.
In two weeks’ time the International CiM Symposium will be bringing together scientists from a variety of disciplines. But what makes a good symposium? And what would science be without scientific symposia? The organizers of the CiM Symposium – Prof. Erez Raz, Prof. Christian Klämbt and Prof. Ralf Adams – answer these and other questions.