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We are delighted to announce the upcoming FEBS Advanced Lecture Course: 5th Danube Conference on Epigenetics, scheduled to take place from October 28-31, 2024, in the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary. Building on the success of previous Danube Epigenetic meetings, we are thrilled to welcome you once again in person to Budapest.

The conference is meticulously organized by a distinguished team, including Tamás Arányi (RCNS / Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary), Petra Hajkova (MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences, London, UK), Celia Martinez-Jimenez (Helmholtz Pioneer Campus, Munich, Germany), J. Andrew Pospisilik (Van Andel Research Institute, MI, USA), Lóránt Székvölgyi (University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary), and László Tora (IGBMC, Strasbourg, France).
Our primary goal is to foster collaboration among scientists in the fields of epigenetics, promoting intensive interdisciplinary interactions through this medium-sized meeting. The conference program is strategically designed to offer numerous networking opportunities. With an anticipated attendance of 150 participants, including over 20 distinguished invited lecturers, we are dedicated to providing a platform for scientific exchange and collaboration. We encourage participation through the submission of abstracts, from which short talks will be selected for presentation.
We sincerely hope that you will find this invitation compelling and that you will participate in our conference.

Tamás Arányi, MD, PhD
On behalf of the Organizing Committee



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Deadlines

  • Youth Travel Fund Grants
    5 June 2024
  • Payment of early registration fee
    15 July 2024
  • Submission of abstracts
    5 July 2024
  • Recommended date for hotel reservation
    31 August 2024
  • Cancellation of registration without penalty
    31 August 2024

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