We are delighted to announce the third joint meeting between the German Society for Microcirculation and Vascular Biology, and the Netherlands Vascular Biology Organisation to be held 21-23 November 2021, Göttingen, Germany.
The third joint meeting of the Dutch and German Vascular Biology societies will bring together investigators from all fields of vascular biology for the exchange of new concepts and discussions of outstanding questions in the field. Presentations of the latest discoveries will be provided by internationally recognised scientists and emerging young stars. The program consists of plenary sessions and poster sessions. Topics addressed include coronary angiogenesis, angiocrine signalling, lymphatics, mechano-sensing, neuro-vascular interactions, revascularization strategies, vascular adaptations in hypoxia & metabolic stress. We furthermore have dedicated sessions addressing novel developments in the field of systems biology – single cell sequencing, iPS technologies and cardiovascular organoids, and high-end imaging modalities for studying cellular behaviours.
At present 25 speakers confirmed their contribution (see the attached flyer). Additional slots for oral presentations will be allocated based on selections from the submitted abstracts. Several travel grants, including the Aletta Jacobs award, will be made available to junior researchers submitting their abstract to the meeting. For more info please visit: https://gfmvb.com/
Pending the world-wide Covid-19 situation in the autumn of 2021, the meeting may adopt a hybrid or online format. The University of Göttingen is one of the oldest and largest Universities in Germany, and Göttingen is a lively students city with a strong scientific as well as social spirit. Besides science, we are therefore committed to organise an equally exciting social program aimed at promoting a warmhearted ambiance, accommodating initiation of collaborative efforts, exchange of ideas and cultural values.Looking forward to welcoming you at the meeting:
Jaap van Buul (Sanquin, Amsterdam)
Ed Eringa (VU, Amsterdam)
Rabea Hinkel (DPZ, Göttingen)
Ferdinand le Noble (KIT, Karlsruhe)