Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research

Annual meeting

15th Dutch Stem Cell Meeting


October 18th
2024 at 10:00 am


October 18th
2024 at 5:30 pm


UMCU, Utrecht

On the 18th of October 2024, the Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research (DSSCR) organizes the 15th Annual DSSCR symposium.

The aim of this meeting is to unite researchers from the Dutch stem cell community, thereby promoting exchange of ideas, data and future plans. This DSSCR meeting will provide a unique opportunity for master-students, PhD-students and early stage post-docs working on stem cells to present and discuss their work with the Dutch Stem Cell community in oral presentations that will be selected based on submitted abstracts.

Final year master-students, PhD-students and post-docs about to embark on their next career step in science are especially encouraged to submit an abstract and present their final results. The best oral presentation will be awarded a grant of €500.

Group leaders with a vacancy for a PhD or Post-doc position are also invited to send in their job advertisement to info@dsscr.nl for posting on the DSSCR website

Information & registration

  • Conference information


    After a successful 14th annual Dutch Society for Stem Cells Research (DSSCR) meeting last October, we now like to announce the next annual DSSCR meeting in 2024.


    The 15th Dutch Stem Cell Meeting will take place at FRIDAY 18th October  2024.

    This symposium will be held again in the Pink lecture hall, UMCU, Utrecht. It starts at 10AM and finishes around 5PM.


    More information will follow soon.

  • Program 2024

    October 18th 2024


    15th Annual Meeting of the Dutch Society for Stem Cell Research

    October 18th 2024, Roze Collegezaal, Heidelberglaan 100, AZU/UMC Utrecht

     For this symposium, we are delighted to announce the confirmation of two renowned keynote speakers in our stem cell field, Prof. dr. Marella de Bruin and Prof. dr. Michiel Vermeulen. Marella de Bruijn from MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford, UK is renowned about her study on the embryonic origins of blood stem cells, the cellular lineages and gene regulatory network. Michiel Vermeulen from Radboud university, Nijmegen and Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, is renowned about his study on Proteomics, Chromatin Biology and Integrative omics in cancer.

    The detailed progam based on selected abstracts for oral presentation will become available shortly before the symposium.

  • Program book


    The program book will be available shortly before the symposium.


  • Registration



    Registration for the 15th annual DSSCR meeting is still closed and will open later in Summer.

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