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  • Dates:July 14th to 19th 2019
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  • conducted by:Gordon Research Seminar (GRS)

Summary

Interested to know the latest advances in the Erythropoiesis and the Erythrocyte ?

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The Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) conducting the Red Cells Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) 2019

Conference Location: Salve Regina University, 100 Ochre Point Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island, US

Conference Dates: July 14th to 19th 2019

Applications for this meeting must be submitted by June 16, 2019. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline.

Conference Program

The conference will consist of nine sessions, on the topics listed below. The conference chair is currently developing their preliminary program, which will include the names of the invited speakers and discussion leaders for each of these sessions. Please check back regularly for updates to this information.

  • Developmental Erythropoiesis
  • Erythrocyte Disorders: Inherited and Acquired
  • Erythropoiesis: Normal and Perturbed
  • Iron and Heme Homeostasis
  • Disorders of the Erythrocyte and Emerging Therapeutics
  • The Erythrocyte Membrane and Metabolism
  • Epigenetics of Erythropoiesis
  • Gene Regulation in Erythroid Development and Differentiation
  • Infectious Diseases of the Erythrocyte

Conference Description

The Red Cells Gordon Research Conference is an interactive meeting that fosters the exchange of novel, unpublished data on all aspects of erythrocyte biology. Topics include developmental erythropoiesis, epigenetics and gene regulation, membrane dynamics, physiology, iron and heme homeostasis, inherited and acquired erythrocyte disorders, including infectious diseases of the red blood cell, emerging therapeutics for red cell disorders, and other aspects of erythropoiesis. The meeting, which includes attendees from academia, industry and government, has served the red cell community well and contributed substantially to its development. Meeting content mirrors the interests and intensity of its members and has given exposure to both nascent scientific pursuits and scientists. Indeed, the small size and collegiality of the meeting has spurred many collaborative efforts. A Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) for trainees accompanies the main meeting, providing opportunities in various aspects of career development to support pipeline of new biomedical investigators in the field of erythrocyte biology.