Chromatin Meets South

Montpellier, June 16-17, 2014


This 2-day informal meeting is the 4th edition in the conference series "Chromatin Meets South". As always, it is focused on fundamental aspects of chromatin biology and on the latest developments in understanding chromatin structure and function, gene expression and genome integrity. This meeting will bring together the leading researchers in chromatin and chromosome structure, epigenetic gene regulation and chromosome fibre interactions of the South of France to explore outstanding questions in the field and enable participants to identify new research opportunities and collaborations and to allow young PhD students to present their first work in English to a large audience.

We welcome abstracts for oral presentations from all areas relevant to chromatin research.

Conference Programme:   

The conference will start June 16th at 13h30 at Genopolys next to the IGH in Montpellier. Talks will start at 14h and last until 18h30. The talks will be followed by a Beer session and a "Cocktail Dinatoire" on the spot. The next day the talks will start at 9h and end around 15h30. Lunch will be served at Genopolys.

The conference is free but participants have to take care for their accommodation and transport.