We are pleased to announce that the first EPIgenetics in MARine biology congress (EPIMAR) will be held on May 13th-14th, 2020 in Montpellier, France.

Due to the epidemic of Corona virus, the EPIMAR congress is postponed to October 6th and 7th 2020.

For the attendees who have registered and/or have submitted an abstract, registration and submission are automatically renewal for the October event. If you won’t be available for this new session, please send us a retraction email at epimar@univ-perp.fr

This first edition will explore cutting-edge aspects of epigenetics in marine biology : environmental epigenetics, developmental epigenetics and epigenetics in aquaculture. EPIMAR2020 aims at gathering scientists with interest in this field which has recently  gained an increasing interest within the scientific community in biology.

The following key aspects will be presented:

  • Environmental epigenetics, the study of adaptive or non-adaptive epigenetic modifications over one or more generations, initiated in response to an environmental modification
  • Developmental epigenetics, the study of epigenetic changes involved in the fine regulation of gene expression involved in embryonic and cell differentiation in marine species
  • Epigenetics in aquaculture, with a focus for this first edition on epigenetic pathways which may be targeted by environmental cues to improve sustainable food production.

Cutting-edge presentations will provide opportunities for interaction and exchange and support for the growing international scientific community working on epigenetics in marine biology, which to date lacks a dedicated, regular and sustainable convention.

Save the date and join us at EPIMAR 2020 !

EPIMAR2020 is organized by the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Ifremer, the Universities of Montpellier and Perpignan and the University of Caen Normandie
It will be chaired by Dr. Céline Cosseau, Dr Rossana Sussarelu, Dr Jérémie Vidal-Dupiol and Dr Guilluame Rivière

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