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The Allen Institute for Cell Science is excited to host the 11th EMT International Association (TEMTIA 11) meeting in Seattle, Washington November 12-15, 2024.
TEMTIA 11 will embrace this challenge drawing strength from the diversity of the field, bringing together experts across contexts, perspectives, and scales of study and organizing them across (rather than within) sessions with common themes. These will include topics such as data integration, microscopy in EMT, modeling of state changes, and more. Additionally, we will host poster sessions to foster productive communication and collaboration.
The epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT) is a cell state change during which cells transition from stationary to migratory behavior. This transition happens in various contexts, including normal and disease states. Additionally, EMT involves numerous changes across multiple cell characteristics, adding to the complexity of defining this process consistently and universally.
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This conference will be held at the Allen Institute, a 270,000-square-foot life sciences building, located in South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle. The building is purpose-built for life science research and facilitates our trademark team science approach amid abundant natural light and with stunning views of Seattle.
Upon arrival at the Allen Institute, check in at the registration desk each day located in the lobby and you will be directed to the meeting. Please wear your name badge for the duration of the meeting.
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Please note: all attendees must remain in the designated meeting locations, wear provided event badges, and depart the building at the end of programming each day.