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Third ERNEST meeting
Please visit the meeting website for the programme and speaker information, registration, and abstract submission. Meeting participation is free of charge and open to researchers worldwide. Note that meeting registration is required to access the live conference and recordings (password protected). Please share this invitation with your international colleagues! We…
Second ERNEST meeting: New Perspectives in Signal Transduction: GPCRs and Beyond (Istanbul, 28-30 March 2020)
Register here It will be our pleasure to welcome you at the Second Meeting of the European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST COST Action CA18133) with the theme of New Perspectives in Signal Transduction: GPCRs and Beyond at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul, TURKEY on March 28-30, 2020. The main…
First ERNEST meeting: GPCR Pharmacology – Activation, Signalling and Drug Design (Belfast, 28-30 Oct 2019)
The first conference of the European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST, COST Action CA18133) will take place at the Queen's University Belfast in Northern Ireland on October 28-30, 2019. More details and a registration form can be found here: https://first-ernest-meeting-gpcr-belfast.weebly.com/register.html The conference will focus on recent advances in GPCRs…

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COST Action CA18133

All cells face the vital challenge of sensing their environments and responding in appropriate ways. How are different signalling pathways activated and modulated in precise and reproducible ways? Filling this gap in knowledge is absolutely necessary to advance the next generation of pharmaceutical drugs.

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