signal transduction society

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signal transduction society

The signal transduction society (sts) - established in 1998 - is a non-profit organization, which provides an interdisciplinary forum for scientists with a common interest in signal transduction processes in cells and organism. The signal transduction society or, as registered, the gesellschaft für signaltransduktion (gst) – is devoted to the scientific exchange between investigators engaged in different aspects of cellular signal transduction. The sts is a young and active society that meanwhile attracted more than 400 scientists to join as members. The sts is tightly associated with the DGfI, the DGZ, the GBM and the DGP and closely cooperates with national and international research consortia. The sts annually organizes the Joint Meeting: Signal Transduction - Receptors, Mediators and Genes. Main purpose of the sts is the development of an interdisciplinary forum for researchers who share a common interest in deciphering signal transduction pathways in normal or transformed cells, in health and disease, in humans and animal models, in plants or bacteria. With the annual Joint Meeting Signal Transduction – Receptors, Mediators and Genes, this aim has been pursued for more than 15 years. However, the three “starting study groups” are still the core of the society and define the main focus of the meeting, intentionally creating ample opportunities for scientific overlap and interactions. In 2013, the German Society for Pharmacology (deutsche gesellschaft für pharmakologie, dgp) joined the sts by implementing a workshop on G protein-coupled receptors and G protein signaling. In 2010, the sts and the open access journal cell communication and signaling (ccs) created the sts/ccs Honorary Medal. The sts/ccs honorary medal represents the most prestigious award of the sts. Moreover, it is good tradition of the sts to also appreciate the early work of young investigators by providing travel stipends and poster prizes, and to reward the achievements of young post docs or principal investigators with the sts science sward. The sts encourages investigators from all areas of signal transduction research to become members

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