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EMBL’s Heidelberg site was buzzing with activity between 21-23 September 2022 as more than 300 participants attended EMBL’s fourth Partnership Conference. EMBL partner institutes came together to explore new collaborations and to foster new research connections.

The programme included a focus on three key areas – stem cells and development; genomics and disease; and neurobiology – all chosen to bring researchers together in a meaningful way. Prof. Dr. Andras Dinnyes contributed with a talk in the stem cells and development section entitled, “Alzheimer disease modelling by hiPSC-derived neurons and microglia like cells”. He also shared his views on breaking down knowledge silos. He explained how the wide range of fields and techniques being discussed at the Conference help research move forward.

EMBL’s Heidelberg site was buzzing with activity between 21-23 September 2022 as more than 300 participants attended EMBL’s fourth Partnership Conference. EMBL partner institutes came together to explore new collaborations and to foster new research connections.

The programme included a focus on three key areas – stem cells and development; genomics and disease; and neurobiology – all chosen to bring researchers together in a meaningful way. Prof. Dr. Andras Dinnyes contributed with a talk in the stem cells and development section entitled, “Alzheimer disease modelling by hiPSC-derived neurons and microglia like cells”. He also shared his views on breaking down knowledge silos. He explained how the wide range of fields and techniques being discussed at the Conference help research move forward.

EMBL’s Heidelberg site was buzzing with activity between 21-23 September 2022 as more than 300 participants attended EMBL’s fourth Partnership Conference. EMBL partner institutes came together to explore new collaborations and to foster new research connections.

The programme included a focus on three key areas – stem cells and development; genomics and disease; and neurobiology – all chosen to bring researchers together in a meaningful way. Prof. Dr. Andras Dinnyes contributed with a talk in the stem cells and development section entitled, “Alzheimer disease modelling by hiPSC-derived neurons and microglia like cells”. He also shared his views on breaking down knowledge silos. He explained how the wide range of fields and techniques being discussed at the Conference help research move forward.

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