Asymmetric Cell Division (ACD) produces two daughter cells with different fates. This process is implicated in the development of multicellular organisms and tissue maintenance during homeostasis and injury. This meeting focused on the molecular mechanisms that regulate ACD and aimed to create a network amongst early-mid career scientists. The meeting discussed unpublished data, future directions and the implications for human diseases.
Speaker biographies, and the schedule of talks are available below. Speaker abstracts are also available below.
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Recorded audio of the presentations are available below. For more information, please contact the scientific programmes team.