Last week, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory hosted Annexins 2017. This international conference is held in a different location every other year, and CSHL was chosen for the 2017 meeting because of its accessibility, on-campus amenities, and proximity to New York City. We are proud to have hosted the Annexins community and checked in with two of its three organizers – Katherine Hajjar and Jacob Rand – to talk about the conference.
As the annexin community grows, the organizers do their part to ensure the “newcomers” take part in the conference:
Speaking of abstracts, Annexins 2017 did adopt the CSHL Meetings & Courses tradition of selecting a majority of talks from the submitted abstracts.
We ended the chat talking about the annexin community: