We are proud to announce the 2019 JEDI Meeting which will be held from 15 to 18 September 2019 in Wivenhoe House, Essex, United Kingdom (https://www.wivenhoehouse.co.uk/business/)
Wivenhoe House is at the heart of Wivenhoe Park, a traditional English landscape park which inspired artists like John Constable.
We hope to continue the success of the conference series to bring together Principal Investigators who have some interest in the study of Drosophila, and who run their starting or consolidating research group within Europe.
A chance of giving a lecture will be offered for all attendants, along with plenty of opportunities for discussions, networking and social programs. As in the past years, the JEDI Meeting will be invaluable to develop and support the young fly researcher community and to introduce starting PIs to their peers in a friendly and informal atmosphere. This year we will be joined by the distinguished Drosophila scientist David Ish-Horowicz.
Please register and be part of this exciting scientific event, which is supported by EMBO. Thanks to our sponsor we were able to keep the registration costs low (250GBP). The registration include accommodation, meals, refreshments and any other activity. You will have to find your way to Essex, but we can help organizing shuttles from the airport. In any case, write any of the local organizers for any query related with the meeting.
You can register here:
We hope to meet you at sunny and beautiful Essex this Summer!
May the force be with you.
The meeting this year is organized by Radu (Nicolae Zabet), Toni (Antonio Marco), Sofia Araujo, Yanlan Mao, Giorgio Gilestro & Rita