The XIII European Meeting on Glial Cells in Health and Disease invites participation from neuroglia researchers from all over the world to Edinburgh.
More than 20 years after being established by an inaugural meeting in Heidelberg, the European Glial meeting has become the world’s largest and most comprehensive scientific gathering on glial cell biology and medicine. After the success of the 2015 meeting in Bilbao, the conference comes to Edinburgh, the city where the Scottish pathologist W. Ford Robertson first recognized the oligodendrocyte in 1899. Here, it will be hosted by the vibrant glial research community based in Scotland whose internationally leading work encompasses the full range of fundamental and translational glial neuroscience.
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