LSFM4LIFE at EOS2019

When the experts on organoids will meet at EOS2019 in Milan next week, the LSFM4LIFE partners will have the opportunity to present their work to the scientific community and to discuss their latest results with their peers. All seven scientific project partners will contribute to a special session on human pancreas organoids and diabetes, which will start the symposium on …

The Light Sheet Microscopy Conference 2019

Francesco Pampaloni and Ernst Stelzer, of the LSFM4LIFE coordinator team at the Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (University Frankfurt, Germany), are organizing LSFM2019, a major conference on light sheet microscopy and its applications in biology. The conference will be held on the university’s Westend Campus on 4-6 December 2019. Nine scientific sessions will be dedicated to topics ranging from …

European Organoids Symposium 2019

LSFM4LIFE partners Lorenza Lazzari (Fondazione Policlinico di Milano, Italy), Meritxell Huch (Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge, UK) and Francesco Pampaloni (Buchmann Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, University Frankfurt, Germany) are organizing a major conference in Milan: the European Organoids Symposium 2019 (EOS2019) will be held on 23rd-24th September at the Centro Congressi Fondazione Cariplo. On the first day, the conference …

WDD2016 – Relieve T1D patients from monitoring insulin

World Diabetes Day 2016 Today is the 25th World Diabetes Day (WDD). The event was created 25 years ago, by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization, to draw attention to the growing problem of Diabetes and the global health threat it represents. The problem is still unresolved and needs to be highlighted. This year, the theme of …

Poster Beat Diabetes

Beat Diabetes: This year World Health Day 2016 focus

World Health Day 2016 This year the WHO is focusing its World Health Day on diabetes. Every 7th of April, since 1950, the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrate a global health awareness day. It draws worldwide attention to a subject of major importance to global health. Diabetes is a chronic non-communicable disease that is rapidly increasing in numbers in many countries, most …