Welcome to the website of the European Mast Cell and Basophil Research Network (EMBRN). EMBRN currently has more than 300 members and friends, in and outside of Europe, many of whom are leaders in experimental mast cell and basophil research.
During the 8 years of our existence, EMBRN has emerged as the leading global network on mast cell and basophil biology and mast cell and basophil-driven diseases. The research conducted by EMBRN members has lead to a better understanding of the physiological and pathological functions of mast cells and basophils and to better treatment options for patients with mast cell and basophil-driven diseases.
Please check out our activities and join us for our meetings. If you would like to become a member of EMBRN, please apply.
If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with EMBRN, please contact me or any of the council members directly. EMBRN is looking forward to having you join our activities and Meetings! See you soon.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The theme of the last webinar is "Basophils and Mast Cells in Health and Disease", Chairs: Didier G Ebo (University of Antwerpen, Belgium) and Bernhard F. Gibbs (University of Oldenburg, Germany)
Date of webinar was: Monday 27th September 2021, 9.00 - 10.30 am CEST
You can access freely the recordings and abstracts of past EMBRN webinars at www.embrn.eu/webinars.html
In the meantime, we would like to host a series of 90-minute webinars, every 2-3 months, with a keynote speaker and presentations from MSc, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, who will be completing their studies, or other graduate students with very interesting results. This will give them a chance to present their results as there are currently no opportunities to present in person at scientific conferences.
We ask EMBRN members with junior researchers to select one person from their group to submit an abstract to the webinar that fit the theme of the research best (Title, Authors (Surname & initials), Affiliations, max. 100-200 words main text) for consideration to be included in the first webinar. Seven students will be selected to make presentations of 8 minutes each (plus 2 minutes Q&A). If many abstracts will be sent, the chance is that many will also unfortunately not be able to be selected. Please, do not be too disappointed if your abstract is not selected. We will provide an additional opportunity to present your work at our next EMBRN meeting in 2022.
Francesca Levi-Schaffer & EMBRN Council