Welcome from the Chair
On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Committee, I am pleased to welcome you to the first electronic conference, Cells 2020, dedicated to the “mechanisms and pathophysiological role of the metabolic cross-talk between the cells”.
Cells 2020 is an online event that covers all aspects of cell metabolic cross-talk.
The event is hosted on Sciforum, the platform developed by MDPI for organizing electronic conferences and discussion groups, and is sponsored by MDPI and the Cells open access Journal.
The theme of the electronic conference is “Cell-to-Cell Metabolic Cross-Talk in Physiology and Pathology” .
The conference will be held from 17 December 2020 to 17 January 2021 on sciforum.net, a platform service for hosting international electronic conferences for scientific communities.
Topical sessions include:
- Cell Cycle Regulators: The Cross-Talk with Metabolism
- Exosomes and Extracellular Vesicles in Health and Disease
- The Cross-Talk between Cell Adhesion and Metabolism
- The Cross-Talk between Cell Death Regulation and Metabolism (Two webinar: December 17)
- The Compartmentalisation of Cellular Signaling
- Signaling and Metabolic Cross-talk in the Tumor Microenvironment (Two webinars: December 18)
- The Cross-Talk between Immune Cells and Tissue Microenvironment
Cells 2020 will allow scientists from all over the world to present their latest research and receive direct feedback from peers, without costs of travel. Cells 2020 will be sponsored by MDPI, Switzerland.
Please note that registration and publishing abstracts/presentations/proceedings are free of charge. Full papers will be selected for publication in a Special Issue of Cells (IF 4.366; with 20% discount on article processing charges): Selected Papers from the International Electronic Conference on Cell-to-Cell Metabolic Cross-Talk in Physiology and Pathology.
We hope that you will join the conference to make use of the presence of internationally renowned scholars to exchange ideas and to merge different areas of expertise into successful collaborations.
Ciro Isidoro, Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee