Impressions from the “Challenges in Ubiquitin and Autophagy Research” meeting in the Bay area
On 27th and 28th of November, the brainstorming meeting on ubiquitin and autophagy networks took place at Half Moon Bay in the San Francisco area. The conference was organized by Ivan Dikic and Vishva Dixit and brought together scientists from California (Genentech/Berkeley/Stanford) and the Frankfurt/Mainz/Bad Nauheim side. During the conference, emerging challenges in the ubiquitin and autophagy fields were discussed, especially those dealing with human diseases and new technologies. The event was funded by the UBAUT marketing grant and participant included Ray Deshaies, Andrew Dillin, Michael Rape, Jonathan Weissmann, Vishva Dixit and Ivan Dikic, among others. Below are some images from the event.
Participants of the meeting.
Fantastic morning run with Christian Behl.
Morning view from the meeting hotel.
Stefan Müller & Michael Potente at a local coffee place.