|Start:||Jun 10, 2020 - 8:00 am|
|End:||Jun 12, 2020 - 6:00 pm|
|Venue:||La Grande Motte, France|
The French Society for Nanomedicine – SFNano and the French Society of Extracellular Vesicles – FSEV would be pleased to welcome you at the Summer school that will take place in La Grande Motte from 10th-12th June 2020. Our summer school has the ambition to focus on technological and translational themes related to therapy and diagnosis bringing world-class international speakers and gathering scientists from academia, industry and clinicians. In addition to invited lectures (45 min), short communications (15 min) will be selected by the organizing committee among participant’s abstracts. The summer school program will also include the first meeting of the French working group on EVs for translational therapy. Key points contributions of the Summer School will be published in a tentative Special Issue at Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (Impact factor 15.5).
Submit your abstract until Friday, Feb. the 29th.
This is the last week to register and submit your abstract to the Extracellular Vesicle (EV) Summer School that will take place in La Grande Motte, France, on June 10-12th 2020. This Summer School is co-organized by the French Society for Nanomedicine (SFNano) and the French Society for Extracellular Vesicles (FSEV) focusing on fundamental, technological, clinical and industrial aspects related to extracellular vesicles for therapy and diagnosis.
We call your attention to the deadline for registration and abstract submission on February 29th 2020 at
Participants will have the possibility, if they wish, to submit a review paper to our tentative theme issue at Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (Impact factor 15.5) about Technological and translational challenges for EVs in therapy and diagnosis (a limited number will be selected)
If you intend to participate to the Summer school and if you are willing to contribute to this theme issue (submission dead-line: end 2020), please send a provisional title to email@example.com and amanda.silva@univ-paris-