Cell size homeostasis is one of the most fundamental aspects of biology, with distinct size ranges for individual cell types. The mechanisms underlying cell size regulation and cell growth control are still enigmatic to a large degree, and are under intense investigation in diverse systems.
The objective of this workshop is to bring together leading groups working on size regulation and growth control in a diverse range of cell types and models to present and discuss their latest unpublished work. In addition to invited talks, a signiﬁcant fraction of the program will feature talks selected from abstract submissions, and ample time will be reserved for poster and discussion sessions.
Please join us and contribute to the
presentations and discussions.