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Mechanisms of Cell Signalling
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Meeting Cycle

24 Months

Conference Description

This conference focuses on small G protein signal transduction. The conference began in 1999, under the leadership of Louis Lim. It has subsequently been chaired by Ed Manser, Dafna Bar Sagi, Shuh Narumiya, and Jonathan Chernoff. The conference covers small G protein signaling from a wide variety of angles, including structural biology, cell and molecular biology, and the role of small G protein signaling in normal physiology and in disease processes. Related topics, such as upstream regulator and downstream effectors of small GTPases, are also represented at this conference. "Mechanisms of Cell Signaling" has from its inception been a "floating" GRC, meeting in Singapore, Oxford, Ventura, and Hong Kong.

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Meeting History

YearMeeting NameDatesConference SiteChair(s)
2011 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling Jul 31 - Aug 5 Bates College John Sondek
2009 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling
Towards Understanding Signalling Networks
Aug 23-28 Magdalen College Christopher J. Marshall
2007 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling Sep 16-21 Magdalen College Jonathan Chernoff
2005 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling Jun 12-17 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Shuh Narumiya
2003 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling Jun 1-6 Four Points Sheraton / Holiday Inn Express Dafna Bar-Sagi
2001 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling Aug 12-17 The Queen's College Ed Manser
1999 Mechanisms of Cell Signalling: G-Proteins Sep 5-10 YWCA Fort Canning Lodge Louis Lim
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