GSEV is proud to highlight the successful completion of the EV OMICS workshop held recently in Marburg. This event represents a crucial advancement in the field of Omics research, with a special focus on EVs. Aimed at nurturing the intellectual curiosity and expertise of burgeoning scientists, the workshop featured insightful presentations and dynamic discussions.
Key aspects of the event included engaging roundtable discussions and informative poster sessions, which created a vibrant atmosphere of collaborative learning and scientific exchange. The workshop also served as a platform to recognize the innovative work of new researchers, with three exceptional poster presentations receiving accolades.
Our heartfelt appreciation goes to Particle Metrix GmbH and QIAGEN for their indispensable support in making this event a reality. We extend our deepest gratitude to the organizing committee members – Christian Preußer, Tobias Tertel, and Elke Pogge von Strandmann – for their relentless dedication and exemplary coordination of this landmark workshop.
Special thanks are also due to Tobias Tertel, Johannes Graumann, Regina Verena Taudte, Stefan Holdenrieder, Daniel Bachurski, Andrey Turchinovich, Benedikt Kirchner, Michael W. Pfaffl, Ingrid Bloß, and Martin Schlumpberger. Their profound knowledge and contributions were instrumental in enriching the workshop's content and experience.
The GSEV cherishes its logo as a reflection of our collective endeavor in advancing extracellular vesicles
research. Our current logo has honorably represented us, encapsulating our achievements and mission.
As GSEV evolves, embracing new scientific realms, the idea of a new logo has emerged to better represent our expanded vision. A new logo can offer a modern outlook and improved representation of the diverse research domains we now navigate.
We invite all creative minds to submit their designs for a new GSEV logo by November 30, 2023. Please forward your submissions to email@example.com.
The winning logo will not only have the honor of representing our society but will also receive a prize of 100€. Post submission, a survey will be circulated to our members, concluding on December 31, 2023, to select the logo that will carry GSEV’s legacy forward.
Your involvement is integral in shaping the face of GSEV as we venture into a realm brimming with possibilities and promise. Together, let’s create a symbol that echoes our unwavering curiosity and collaborative spirit.
Date: December 6-7, 2023
Location: Center for Tumor Biology and Immunology, Philipps University Marburg
Registration Opening: open
Participation Limit: 30 attendees (GSEV members)
Abstract Submission: Required for poster presentations and registration (max 250 words)
Poster Prize: Award for the best poster!
About the Workshop
Are you excited about the world of extracellular vesicles and the possibilities of OMICS technologies? Then don't miss the official GSEV Methods Workshop!
Innovative Methods: Learn the latest techniques and approaches in EV characterization.
Expert Networking: Interact with leading scientists and practitioners in the field of extracellular vesicles.
Practical Applications: Discover how EVs can be implemented in clinical research and therapy.
Registration for the workshop opens next Monday (02.10.2023). Use the following link for registration: Registration. Registration and participation is free of charge, but limited to GSEV members only. Not a member yet? Join now!
Don't miss this opportunity to deepen your knowledge in this exciting field of research. We look forward to your participation!
Follow us on Twitter @GSEVorg for the latest updates and use the hashtags #GSEVWorkshop #EVOmics2023 to join the conversation about the event!
We look forward to welcoming you in December!
The Organizing Committee
We are one of 13 professional societies which signed the recent press release, representing 55.000 academic and professional scientists from natural and life sciences. Below you can find the official statement alongside the proposal for the amandment of the WissZeitVG which has been published by the Federal Ministry for Research and Education (BMBF)
European EV Mobility Fellowship - call for applications
RE-LAUNCH of the EV Mobility programme MOVE!
We relaunch our first “International Mobility Fellowships” to foster collaborations among members of these Societies. The fellowship (up to 2000 €) should cover travel and accommodation expenses for a one-month stay of an Early Career Researcher (ECR; i.e. Ph.D. students or Postdoctoral fellows with less than five years´ experience pertaining to at least one of our Societies) in a different country of the host laboratory.
Board member and EV researcher Gregor Fuhrmann has evaluated the potential side effects of nanolipid-based COVID-19 vaccine at "Tagesschau Faktenfinder" - more infos here
ISEV and ISCT statement on EVs from MSCs and other cells:
considerations for potential therapeutic agents to suppress COVID-19 - more infos here
FDA notification on exosome products - more infos here
The US Food and Drug Administration has published an important statement on the use of non-approved exosome formulations in the clinics. Read more in our news section.
Graduate School on Tumour Secretome
The German Research Foundation has approved a new Graduate School on Tumour Sectretome. Speaker of this Excellence Initiative is Elke Pogge von Strandmann who is also member of the GSEV Board. Congratulations for this achievement!
The new MISEV 2018 - minimal information for studies on EVs are now published. Please have a look.