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The Islet Study Group Meeting
16.09.-18.09.2016

The Islet Study Group Meeting
16.09.-18.09.2016

The Islet Study Group Meeting
16.09.-18.09.2016

The Islet Study Group Meeting
Welcome!

16.09. -18.09.2016

The Islet Study Group Meeting
16.09.-18.09.2016

Dear Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the annual meeting of The Islet Study Group from September 16-18th 2016 in the beautiful Bavarian Alps in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

The meeting will take place directly after the EASD Conference (Sept 13-16th) and just before the annual Nature Medicine – Helmholtz Diabetes Conference (Sept 18-20th) in Munich. Transportation from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen will be organized for the attendees of the EASD.

The Islet Study Group focuses on pancreatic islet biology and its relevance to diabetes. The meeting will cover topics: Islet cell development and differentiation, Stress and failure of pancreatic islets, Human islet biology and genetics, Islet cell physiology, signaling and metabolism and Islet cell regeneration.

This meeting will bring together expert faculty and young investigators to exchange the latest concepts and data, as well as providing excellent networking prospects.

We encourage you to take this opportunity and benefit from an exciting meeting, an attractive social program and a chance to visit the unique and fascinating sites of the Zugspitze, the highest mountain of Germany.

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee and the Islet Study Group we look forward to welcoming you to Garmisch-Partenkirchen in 2016.

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