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Deadline for registration:

Application is closed

Welcome to the website of International Workshop on Cell Regulations in Division and Arrest. This is the fifth Cell Regulations in Division and Arrest workshop organized by Dr. Mitsuhiro Yanagida's laboratory.

We have successfully created a new community of researchers interested in cell cycle arrest regulation in last four meetings (2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009), which encouraged us to host this year's meeting and welcome our old and new friends.

In 2011, the featured topic will be aging mechanisms and metabolism control in the context of cell division and arrest, although we welcome everyone who wants to discuss any related topic. We hope to provide an outstanding opportunity for all participants to exchange new ideas and enjoy exciting discussions.

This workshop will be held in our OIST new campus site located along the Onna Beach . We welcome applications from grad-students, post-doctoral researchers, and heads of laboratories. We will provide accommodation and meals. Besides, this year, we will also select 5 ~ 10 student participants for travel funding from the applications based on the submitted abstracts and application letter. We are looking forward to seeing you.

You can download this year poster from here



For further information, please contact G0 Cell Unit, OIST.



August 31st, 2011

- Application is closed.

August 29th, 2011

!Important Shuttle bus service announcement for poster participants!

- October 23rd at 16:00 hrs. Naha airport -> workshop venue (SSH).

- October 27th at 9:00 hrs. workshop venue (SSH) -> Naha airport.

Please arrange your flight tickets according to this schedule.

July 14th, 2011

- Deadline application is extended until August 19th, 2011.

- Long Talk presentation duration will be 25 minutes and 5 minutes for discussion.

- Short Talk presentation duration, selected from poster presenters, will be 12 minutes and 3 minutes for discussion.

April 28th, 2011

- Workshop homepage is open.

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Photos by Saori Miura and Hiroki Komuro