The third and final round of adding further associate members to the EpiGeneSys network has been concluded and we are very pleased to welcome 39 new associates. These new teams will contribute their ideas and dynamic approaches to our goal of uniting the European systems biology and epigenetics communities.
With them, a little bit more of Europe is represented in the network as the first teams from Portugal, Turkey, Cyprus and Slovenia joined us.
We are now 150 teams within EpiGeneSys and we should take the opportunity to interact and work together! Between permanent, RISE and associate members, many fields of expertise are represented, which provides a stimulating environment for our research!
Check the EpiGeneSys website regularly to see news and opportunities and of course find all members, old and new ones (coming soon). Your active participation will help keep the network well alive.
The new associate members will benefit from many activities in the network; training events, meetings and workshops are held for everyone and provide the opportunity of sharing skills and knowledge. In addition, lab exchanges for team members in all EpiGeneSys labs are possible.