Cell Symposia

 

Organized by the editors of Cell Press's leading journals, Cell Symposia bring together exceptional speakers and scientists to discuss topics at the forefront of scientific research.

What recent delegates have to say...

"Cell Symposia are, hands down, the best design and layout for a conference. The topics are broad, speakers are fantastic, and the conference is compact and intense, making them extremely attractive."

"Not only were the speakers high quality, but most of them stayed for the entire conference and participated actively in questions and discussion. This encouraged discussion among all attendees."



2018

2017

2016

  • Cell-VIB Symposium: Hallmarks of Cancer
  • Big Questions in Neuroscience (SfN satellite symposium)
  • Functional RNAs
  • Technology. Biology. Data Science.
  • 10 Years of iPSCs
  • 100 Years of Phagocytes
  • Aging & Metabolism
  • Transcriptional Regulation in Development and Disease

2015

  • Human Evolution
  • Systems Approach to Metabolic Diseases
  • Hallmarks of Cancer: Asia
  • Translational Neuroscience: Bridging the Gap Between Basic Research Discoveries and Clinical Applications
  • Regulatory RNAs
  • Systems Approach to Metabolic Disease
  • Transcriptional Regulation in Development
  • Evolution of Modern Humans - From Bones to Genomes

2014

  • Cell-VIB: The Multifaceted Roles of Type 2 Immunity
  • Stem Cell Energetics
  • Regulatory RNAs
  • Transcriptional Regulation in Development
  • Translationalneuroscience

2013

  • Cancer Epigenomics
  • Genes, Circuits and Behaivour
  • Immunometabolism from Mechanisms to Therapy
  • Mitochondria: from Signaling to Disease
  • The Networked Brain
  • Translationalmedicine-lancet-cell

2012

  • Angiogenesis, Metabolic Regulation, and Cancer Biology in association with VIB
  • Hallmarks of Cancer
  • Human Immunity
  • Neuromodulatory mechanisms
  • Functional RNAs

2011

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Mechanisms to Therapies
  • Epigenetics and the Inheritance of Acquired States
  • Metabolism & Aging
  • Stem Cell Programming & Reprogramming