alexa the german society of hematology and medical oncology association

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the german society of hematology and medical oncology association

The German Society of Hematology and Medical oncology Association is mainly an organization of physicians and scientists. These people are mainly specialized in research, diagnosis and treatment of malignant solid tumors and blood disorders or blood diseases. By arranging national and international conferences DGHO promotes scientific exchange in this area and encourages research collaboration.  Through the work of the members of this society a large multicenter study groups to leukemia, malignant lymphoma, testicular tumors and aplastic anemia is initiated and leaded and also the treatment of these diseases could be improved significantly. The current state of research in the rapidly developing field of Cell Biology is presented by the international meeting. It is also a fundamental discipline for all life sciences. An international platform for presentation and discussion of the most recent and exciting achievements in cell biology is provided by the format and program of the meeting. This society supports young scientists by short talks, poster sessions and special session on publishing and funding. The Annual Meeting of the German Society for Matrix Biology was held in Regensburg in parallel with the International Meeting of the German Society for Cell Biology. Prof. Dr. Leonhardt was the head of German Society for Cell Biology (DGZ) and the local organizing team who invited everyone to attend the Society for Cell Biology in Munich. 400-600 guests were present in the International Meeting and it was the biggest annual meeting on basic cell biological research in Germany. The organizing committee members were Stefanie Sprunck , Eugen Kerkhoff and Thomas Dresselhaus and so on. The meeting offered plenty of opportunity to dive into various topics on cell biology, including nuclear architecture, covered during plenary sessions, the role of the cytoskeleton in mechanosensing, and membrane trafficking; as well as topics ranging from RNA biology, to cell migration and adhesion, to the role of stem cells in regeneration, during concurrent sessions.

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