Harald Stenmark speaks at two Gordon Research Conferences this summer
Harald Stenmark from the Department of Biochemistry is honoured by the very rare event of being invited to two Gordon Research Conferences (GRCs) this summer. In the end of june, he will be Discussion Leader in the session "Lysosomes & Endocytosis", and in the beginning of august he will give a presentation in the session "Growth factors and Signalling".
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Lysosomes & Endocytosis June 22-27, 2008
Growth factors & Signalling August 3-8, 2008
Harald Stenmark's Group - Intracellular communication
Department of Cell Biology