Citrullination is emerging as a fundamental regulatory mechanism in human physiology and pathophysiology, from immunity, neurobiology and embryonic development to rheumatology, neurodegeneration and cancer. Scientists from across these fields will come together for the first time to discuss the molecular and cellular biology of citrullination, approaches for its detection and modulation, future directions and implications for health and disease.
Poster session and lightning talks
There will be an poster session on Monday 24 October at the meeting venue and the posters will be available to view for the duration of the meeting. There will also be the opportunity for poster presenters to give a short lightning talk on their poster during the meeting.
If you would like to apply to present a poster please submit your proposed title, abstract (not more than 200 words and in third person), author list, name of the proposed presenter and institution to the Scientific Programmes team no later than Monday 10 October 2022. Please include the text 'Poster abstract submission' in the email subject line and specify whether you would like to give a lightning talk or just present a poster. Please note that places are limited and posters are selected at the scientific organisers' discretion.
Attending this event
This meeting is intended for researchers in relevant fields, and is a residential meeting. This will be a residential meeting held at Eastwood Hall, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham NG16 3SS.
- Free to attend
- Limited places, advance registration essential (more information about registration will be available soon)
- This is an in-person meeting only
Enquiries: contact the Scientific Programmes team
Image credit: Johanna Grinat, Babraham Institute. Extracellular chromatin marked by citrullinated histone H3 (green). DNA in intact nuclei shown in blue.