Exosomes, Microvesicles, and Other Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) Are Focus of Keystone Symposium February 20-23; Attendance of Early-Career Scientists Strongly Encouraged and Enabled Financially

An upcoming Keystone Symposium (in-person and virtual) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, February 20-23, will focus on “Exosomes, Microvesicles, and Other Extracellular Vesicles.” You may register for this conference here. You may view the program for this Keystone Symposium here. You may also download the meeting flyer here. Among the scheduled world-class speakers at this Keystone Symposium is Nobel Prize winner Randy Schekman. Note that the abstract submission deadline is November 15 and the early discounted registration deadline is December 16. Abstracts submitted by November 15 will be considered for a short talk on the meeting program alongside field leaders, which provides a great opportunity for early-career researchers to share their work and gain visibility among the community for career advancement opportunities. Keystone Symposia place particular emphasis on showcasing rising stars in the field at its meetings and providing essential networking and mentoring experiences that are critical to career development for our next-generation of research leaders. Note also that Keystone Symposia offer various forms of financial aid for qualifying attendees and more information on the different types of aid and the qualifying requirements can be found here. It is part of Keystone Symposia’s core mission to support and train the next generation of scientists, who will be the leaders and innovators of the future. Please read more about the topics of this upcoming Keystone Symposium below.

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