Regulatory issues relating to the development and clinical application of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs)
|Date: 6 November 2017
Time: 09:30 - 17:00 h
Location: Axon 2, Max Delbrück Communications Center (MDC.C)
Registration is free of charge. Please register for the PEI workshop by e-mail to the GSCN Office.
This workshop provides an overview of regulatory aspects related to the development and translation of mesenchymal stem/stroma cells towards clinical trials. It is the aim of the workshop to support the researchers organized in the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) in the translation of these innovative products towards the first clinical trials as well as to provide a forum for exchange of information between researchers and clinicians of the GSCN, PEI and the competent authorities of the federal states (Bundesländer).
The PEI workshop takes place in combination with the event
Aspekte der Qualitätssicherung bei der Herstellung von ATMPs
(DE) at the MDC, Berlin on 7 Nov. 2017 (Registration fee: 185,- €).
flyer with registration
Please note that the train connection S2 is disrupted at the moment and there is bus replacement service between Pankow and Karow. You can search here for an alternative route with the buses 150 or 158 until the bus station "Karower Chaussee" and walk from there to the campus (5-10 minutes walk).
You can profit from the special conditions of the GSCN Event ticket, which is offered in cooperation with Deutsche Bahn (DB) for your journey to GSCN events.
The price for the Event Ticket for a return trip within Germany is:
• 2nd class € 99 (non flexible ticket)
• 2nd class € 139 (full flexible ticket)
• 1st class € 159 (non flexible ticket)
• 1st class € 199 (full flexible ticket)
Please find detailed information on the GSCN event ticket here
GSCN Non-PI Meeting in Münster
Discuss you project, ideas, future directions and difficulties in a relaxing atmosphere with your peers.
Date: 15 May 2017
Time: 10:00 h
Location: "Halle Münsterland", "Roter Saal", Münster
The meeting offers the unique opportunity to discuss not only your most recent and exciting data, but to also cast some light on seemingly tough problems and hurdles that you are struggling with in advancing your project. Get together with PhD students and PostDocs from various stem cell labs to share ideas, experiences, potential troubles and unanswered questions in an informal setting. We will dig deeper into your research results and discuss them from various perspectives.
The GSCN will cover the costs for:
- 1 night hotel accommodation
- Catering at the meeting
- Dinner with all participants
Please contact Dr. Peggy Schulze-Matz or the GSCN Office for registration and further information. Deadline: 24 March 2017
7th Bioinformatics and stem cells satellite meeting
we would like to invite you to the 7th Bioinformatics Satellite Meeting taking place after the Stem Cell Network NRW - 9th International Meeting.
Date: 17 & 18 May 2017
Time: start at 18:00 h (17 May)
Location: "Halle Münsterland" (17 May), MPI for Molecular Biomedicine (18 May), Münster
- Dr. Mohamed Hamed, Rostock University Medical Center
- Prof. Dr. Georg Fuellen, Rostock University Medical Center
- Ms. Yvonne Gladbach, Rostock University Medical Center
- Dr. Mathias Ernst, Rostock University Medical Center
- Prof. Dr. Ingo Roeder, University of Dresden
Find more details here. For registration send an e-mail with your name, affiliation and position to Anna Sacher.
We will host a Workshop on Computational Tools for Single-CellTranscriptomics in Munich on November 14, 2016. Come and discuss with us the latest state-of-the-art single-cell transcriptomicstechnologies and learn about how to process and interpret your datawith different software tools.
Find more details here and on GSCN Humhub. For registration send an e-mail with the date you will participate as well as your name, affiliation and position, and address with phone and e-mail to BioInfo Rostock.
Regulatory issues relating to the development and clinical application of pluripotent stem cells
|Date: 10 November 2016
Time: 10:00 – 17:00 h
Location: Hörsaal, Paul-Ehrlich-Institut (PEI), Langen
This workshop provided an overview of regulatory aspects related to the development and translation of pluripotent stem cells, including iPS cells and human embryonic stem cell derived progenitors towards clinical trials. We are in the process of organizing a similar event in the fall of 2017 - stay tuned!
Workshop on Computational Tools for Single-Cell Transcriptomics
Learn about state-of-the-art single-cell technologies and how to process and interpret your transcriptomics data
Date: 14 November 2016
Time: whole day event
Location: Institute of Computational Biology, Helmholtz Zentrum München
Organizers: Carsten Marr & Fabian Theis
How to successfully write a grant that supports yourself?
2 days of intense writing and thinking with Dr. Avril Arthur-Goettig, BioXpress
Date: 24 & 25 November 2016
Location: Ulm University
Organizers: Working group "Career Development": Insa Schröder and Hartmut Geiger
This Workshop introduced the participants to grant writing and the application process leading to a successful application.
UniStem Day – European Stem Cell Day
On 11 March 2016 the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) together with German research institutes and universities initiates an European activity day for Stem Cell Research in Germany - the UniStem Day. This day is celebrated since 2009 at universities and research institutes in Italy, Spain, UK and Sweden. See the international activities at this link: UniStem Day and follow the events in Germany here (in German).