Our increasing ability to sequence and track single cells has further emphasized the stochastic and dynamic nature of cell-state transitions.
We are slowly developing a more comprehensive picture of the complex nature of such decisions, which are particularly evident during development, with close parallels in cancer. New theoretical and experimental approaches to understand self-organization, cell-cell heterogeneity, as well as lineage correlations in both development and cancer, have been advancing over the past few years. This conference will be focused on a discussion of such new results as well as challenges in the field.

November 1st to 4th, 2022
Alleppey, Kerala


1. Hamim Zafar (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)
2. Luciano Marcon (Andalusian Centre for Developmental Biology)
3. Maithreyi Narasimha (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay)
4. Mohit Kumar Jolly (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)
5. Naama Brenner (Technion – Israel Institute of Technology)
6. Philipp Thomas (Imperial College, London)
7. Sahand Hormoz (Harvard University)
8. Sandeep Choubey (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai)
9. Silvia Santos, (Francis Crick Institute)
10. Sreelaja Nair (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay)
11. Stefan Semrau (Leiden University)
12. Yogesh Goyal (Northwestern University)

Registration is now open: Link



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