- Thomas Schmidt, biophysics professor at LION,
and Erik Danen from the Leiden Academic Centre for Drug Research
organize an international meeting on mechanobiology in
Amsterdam from March 22 to 24. Scientists in this field study how
mechanical cues contribute to cell development, cell function and disease.
The Mechanobiology 2016 meeting gathers scientists from different disciplines, from physicists to
in order to discuss the latest insights in how cells sense and respond to
mechanical signals. These insights should lead to a better understanding of diseases like fibrosis, heart failure and
for the full programme.
The meeting takes place in Het Trippenhuis in Amsterdam.
Publ. 18-03-2016 10:29