Evolution and Ecology of CRISPR-Cas systems
In view of the ongoing COVID19 pandemic, it has been decided to postpone this conference until autumn 2021. More information to follow in due course.
While the majority of CRISPR conferences are focused on mechanisms and applications, this meeting will be focused on the evolutionary ecology of CRISPR-Cas adaptive immune systems of bacteria and archaea. The ecological and evolutionary impacts of CRISPR-Cas systems are broad and diverse and vary greatly across ecosystems and host organisms. This meeting will bring together scientists from diverse background, from leaders in the field to young scientists and encourage lots of discussions, in a friendly, open and inclusive atmosphere.
Confirmed invited speakers
- Eugene Koonin, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Luciano Marraffini, Rockefeller University
- Dipali Sashital, Iowa State University
- Marianne de Paepe, Micalis Institute, INRA
- Stineke van Houte, University of Exeter
- Marie Touchon, Institut Pasteur
- Dudu Burstein, Tel Aviv University
- Franz Baumdicker, University of Freiburg