This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together 20-25 leading experimental, computational and clinical scientists from across the world. The workshop is the eighth workshop in a series of similar meetings organised since 2010.

Together we will define the main unanswered questions in the field and identify the next key challenges: Which (computational or experimental) developments will drive the field forward in the next years?

The workshop will centre around five key areas:

  1. Measuring and quantifying tumour heterogeneity
  2. Inferring the evolutionary history of tumours
  3. Identifying driver events of carcinogenesis
  4. New algorithms for new technologies
  5. Linking somatic mutations to phenotypes

Programme

Final programme [PDF]

Participants

Participation in this workshop is by invitation only.

Directions

The workshop will be held at The Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology located in the heart of Berlin.

Accommodation

There is no registration fee and we will provide full accommodation and catering for the time of the workshop.

However, unfortunately we are unable to reimburse travel expenses.

 

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Date and venue

12-14 June 2019
Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology
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Contact

Grietje Krabbe
Grietje.Krabbe@mdc-berlin.de

Accommodation

We will provide full accommodation and catering for the time of the workshop.

Travel

Participants organize their travel to Berlin. We recommend to come in on Tuesday evening and travel back on Friday afternoon/evening.

Organizers

Roland Schwarz
Roland.Schwarz@mdc-berlin.de
MDC webpage

Florian Markowetz
florian.markowetz@
cruk.cam.ac.uk
www.markowetzlab.org

Peter Van Loo
peter.vanloo@crick.ac.uk
Crick webpage