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TEMTIA Association

TEMTIA Inc. was formed in December, 2002, as the International body associated with the inaugural International EMT conference. TEMTIA is a not-for-profit association, incorporated within the State of New South Wales, Australia and is governed by the regulations and laws of that State. The TEMTIA meeting recognizes her contributions to the field through the Betty Hay Lecture, delivered at the EMT Conference and the Betty Hay Postdoctoral Travel Award. A Betty Hay Reception follows the presentation of the Keynote address. The Betty Hay Award is a competitive award, with applications via submitted abstract with registration, and open to a female scientist who has established her laboratory within the last 5 years. Open to current, female TEMTIA Members. The Association exists to promote the knowledge, research and dissemination of information in the field of EMT and associated research fields, in Australia and internationally, through conferences, seminars and other such electronic or printed media as may be agreed by the committee. The EMT is the major international forum for researchers studying the process of cell separation and invasion known as epithelial-mesenchymal cell transition or EMT. EMT takes place in development, wound healing and in pathologies such as metastasis and fibrosis. Epithelio-Mesenchymal Transition has been recognised over the past two decades as an essential, highly regulated, and often-employed mechanism in normal embryological development, used as a prelude to migration of epithelial-derived cells in morphogenesis. Suggestions that EMT may also play an important role in carcinoma metastasis have recently matured, with high-level reports documenting the progression-like consequences of EMT in various cancer systems. Even more recently, the production of fibroblastoid cells from epithelial precursors in fibrotic diseases has been recognised as bearing the hallmarks of EMT.

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