4GPCRnet International Symposium – September 26-29 , 2022

26-29 September, 2022 in Leipzig, Germany   The 4GPCRnet International Symposium brings together the biggest GPCR networks in Europe for a combined in-person meeting featuring an exciting line-up of speakers. We aim to connect renowned international experts of the field with early career rising stars. The event will take place in the beautiful…

Emergency fund for Ukraine Researchers
The European Research Network on Signal Transduction (ERNEST) has established an Emergency Fund for Ukrainian researchers. More information:
Register for the 6th ERNEST Meeting
The 6th ERNEST Meeting, Building a Comprehensive Map of GPCR Signal Transduction, will be held on-line 28-31 March, 2022. The focus of the meeting is the central goal of our Action, and all members are invited to participate and add their unique perspectives to the discussion. In addition to featuring world-renowned speakers, the…
WG1+WG2 expertise and resource survey
The survey is distributed with the mission to get a better insight into our expertise and resources to facilitate collaborations between Action members and to formulate a Blueprint of commonly studied signalling pathways. WG1+WG2 Survey link:
eCOST registration for ERNEST Working Groups is now open

Membership in our COST Action is open to all signal transduction researchers worldwide. Officially join one or more of the ERNEST Working Groups by applying here: Please note that an eCOST profile is required for WG registration. It takes only a few minutes to set-up: Upon acceptance, WG members…

Mapping Group Online Symposium 15 Dec 2021

The Mapping Group Online Symposium will take place on December 15, 2021. This one-day event focuses on the core goal of ERNEST, the holistic multidimensional signalling map. Well-known speakers will introduce you to some fundamental ideas underlying this approach, followed by an afternoon discussion round for collective brainstorming. Every signal transduction researcher is welcome…


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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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