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February 18, 2020

【Cancelled】CiRA 10th Anniversary International Symposium on May 21, 2020

Updates
March 4 (Wed.)
The symposium is cancelled
February 18 (Tue.)
Registration and Poster Abstract Submission are open.

Considering the current situation due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, we have regrettably decided to cancel the CiRA 10th Anniversary Symposium for scientists on May 21. We would greatly appreciate your understanding.


CiRA International Symposium invites stem cell researchers and students from around the world to advance iPS cell research and promote iPS cell research collaboration.

The CiRA 10th anniversary symposium -A celebration of iPS cell science, past and future- will be held on May 21 (Thu.), 2020, at Kyoto University. We are pleased to announce that keynote lectures will be given by Dr. John Gurdon, winner of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, and Dr. Joanna Wysocka of Stanford University.

The registration and poster submission is now open.
Please check this webpage regularly for updates.

CiRA 10th anniversary symposium
-A celebration of iPS cell science,
past and future-
Date May 21 (Thu.), 2020
Venue Inamori Hall, Shiran-Kaikan, Kyoto University
(Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan)
Attendees
  1. Max 230 Attendees

  2. Max 40 Poster Presentations

Flyer
Inquiries Secretariat for the CiRA
10th Anniversary Symposium

E-mail: cira2020*c-linkage.co.jp
(replace * with @.)
c/o Convention Linkage, Inc.
Registration

Fee: Free

Registration close: April, 30 (Thu.), 2020

Note: All registrants are encouraged to present their work in the poster session.






Poster abstract submission

Application deadline: March, 31 (Tue.), 2020

Note: Due to space capacity, we cannot guarantee all registrants will be invited. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the poster review committee, and the results will be informed via email.

Poster presenters are required to register for your participation.

Speakers
  • John GurdonUniversity of Cambridge
  • Joanna WysockaStanford University
  • Keiichi FukudaKeio University
  • Akitsu HottaCiRA, Kyoto University
  • Yasuhiro YamadaThe University of Tokyo
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