“I just wanted to write and thank you all for running one of the best meetings I have been to for a very long time! Fabulous science; perfect venue; wonderful interactions; excellent organization!”
It is always a pleasure to return to the EACR office after organising a meeting in the EACR Conference Series to see such wonderful feedback from participants. We were delighted that the EACR Conference Protecting the Code: Epigenetic Impacts on Genome Stability (29 Oct-01 Nov, Berlin, Germany) was received so well by its 91 participants from 22 countries.
Participants particularly praised the friendly atmosphere, varied opportunities for discussion and conversation, great speakers and the presentation of unpublished data.
100% would recommend the conference to others
100% satisfaction rating for the quality of the scientific content (98% excellent or very good)
100% satisfaction rating for the opportunities for networking, interaction and discussion provided (98% excellent or very good)
“Found it one of the best conferences I have attended for a long while.”
“Very open and interesting meeting. Perfect size and almost all unpublished work presented.”
“The conference covered state-of-art topics. The presentations and posters were very informative. The organisation of the conference was flawless.”
“Great organisation; excellent speakers and enough time for QA session; friendly atmosphere; plenty of time to meet other participants and discuss with them, especially students and postdocs; unpublished or just recently published results were mostly presented.”
Marta Baldascini, Ireland; Sandra Segura-Bayona, Spain; Marwa Tantawy, Egypt
Jeannette Abplanalp, Switzerland “Chromatin-associated ARH3 is a serine mono-ADP-ribosylhydrolase”
Sandra Segura-Bayona, Spain “Role of the Tousled like kinases in maintaining genome and epigenome stability”
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