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Welcome Address

The German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) welcomes you to the 11th GSCN Conference from 13 – 15 September 2023 at the University Ulm in Ulm.

The conference will cover the latest findings in stem cell biology and is THE meeting to be for a large number of stem cell researchers in Germany. We expect around 400+ participants, excellent international keynotes, lots of presentations from selected abstracts, an outstanding Presidential Symposium with our GSCN Awardees, a non-PI Meeting, and an ELSA Symposium. There will be new and exciting findings and intense discussions about new data during the breaks, social events and of course also at the two poster sessions. There will be two social events to get back together in person and to network! An interesting and broad industry exhibition will offer latest technologies and personal contact as well as a set of sessions.

Please join us for the 11th GSCN Conference – be or become part of the community, be part of the networking, the discussions, and the joy to meet other stem cell researchers!

We are looking forward welcoming you in Ulm!

With best regards,

Prof. Dr. Claudia Waskow (Jena), acting president and
Professor Dr. Hartmut Geiger (Ulm), past president and local organizer

A limited number of travel awards to the 11th GSCN Confernce are available (see  Travel Awards)

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Program Committee

Daniel Besser (Berlin)
Nina Cabezas Wallscheid (Freiburg)
Marieke Essers (Heidelberg)
Hartmut Geiger (Ulm)
Alexander Kleger (Ulm)
Heiko Lickert (München)
Stefan Liebau (Tübingen)
Hans Schöler (Münster)
Claudia Waskow (Jena)

Keynote Speakers 2023

Margaret Goodell (Houston, US)

Jan Lohmann (Heidelberg)

Hiromitsu Nakauchi (Stanford, US)

Maike Sander (Berlin)

Fiona Watt (Heidelberg)

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