The First Meeting of the Netherlands Society for Evolutionary Biology (NLSEB)
Wednesday 11 April 2018 in Ede
Registration for the first meeting of the Netherlands Society for Evolutionary Biology (NLSEB) is now open!
With this first NLSEB meeting, we aim to bring together scientists from all disciplines working on evolutionary questions, and thereby start building a broad community of evolutionary biologists based in the Netherlands, to fuel discussion and cross-fertilization of ideas.
Therefore, the meeting offers a broad overview of the topics and questions within evolutionary biology, presented in five exciting plenary talks. These talks will each address key research topics within present-day evolutionary biology from a broad perspective, to captivate the broad community that we are.
Registration of abstracts for talks and posters is closed, but you registration for the meeting will be open until 15 March.
09:00-09:30 Arrival with coffee/tea
10:00-10:30 Eukaryotic genome evolution and origin of complex molecular machines | Berend Snel
10:30-11:00 Antagonistic co-evolution | Bregje Wertheim
11:30-12:30 Two parallel sessions of contributed talks
12:30-14:30 Lunch and poster sessions
14:30-15:00 Ecology informs evolution of antibiotic resistance? | Marjon de Vos
15:00-15:30 Evolutionary systems biology | Sander van Doorn
15:45-16:45 Two parallel sessions of contributed talks
16:45-17:15 First general assembly of NLSEB members
17:15-18:45 Drinks and poster sessions
Registration for the meeting is open until 15 March 2018. Click here to go to the registration page.
Conference fee for members 60 euros
Conference fee for non-members 80 euros
Conference fee includes coffee, drinks, lunch and dinner.
Annual membership fee of NLSEB is 40 euros. It is possible to sign up as member of NLSEB during the registration process. For signing up as member of NLSEB without attending the meeting: also follow this link to the registration page.
Why become member? Members can vote on who will be the board of NLSEB and will be on a mailing list that will keep you informed about meetings etc. But most of all, it will be support to a society that can represent evolutionary biology to funding agencies such as NWO and that will maintain an active community of evolutionary biologists in the Netherlands.
During registration you will be asked whether you attend dinner or not, for organizational purpose.
An exciting meeting asks for a unique venue and this is exactly what we found: Akoesticum, the only national training centre for music, dance and theatre! This venue offers all facilities for an energizing first meeting of all the different disciplines within the field of evolutionary biology.
Akoesticum is located in Ede, within easy walking distance of train station “Ede-Wageningen”, but also has its own free parking space. For more information see: www.akoesticum.org/en/
The NLSEB Meeting organising committee
Marleen Cobben | Martijn Egas | Ole Madsen | Bas Teusink |
Eveline Verhulst | Arjan de Visser | Franjo Weissing