Shinya Inoué Symposium

Easter Lily pollen, GFP Crystal, Sand dollar egg.
Easter Lily pollen, GFP Crystal, Sand dollar egg.

Celebrating the Life of Shinya Inoué and His Contributions to Cell Biology

Saturday, July 1, 2023
Cornelia Clapp Auditorium
Marine Biological Laboratory

A recording of the livestream of this event is now available for viewing. Please click here to view.

Join us for a Symposium celebrating the life of Shinya Inoué and his seminal contributions to cell biology. Everyone is welcomed. The program starts off in the morning with the Physiology course lecture by Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz and continues into the afternoon with research talks by eminent cell biologists whose research is inspired by the legacy of Shinya Inoué. Research talks are followed by short testimonials and reminiscences by students and colleagues of Shinya Inoué. The program is rounded out by a panel discussion on the need for interdisciplinary spaces for the development, access, and training on advanced microscopy methods for biology. The discussion will be preceded by lightning talks on interdisciplinary research projects pursued by young scientists, including Physiology course students.

Organized by MBL Senior Scientist Rudolf Oldenbourg and MBL Investigator and CZI Imaging Scientist Abhishek Kumar, in association with the MBL Physiology course. This is a one-day, in-person event, with a live video stream available of happenings in the Clapp Auditorium in the Lillie Building

Housing: Symposium attendees are responsible for arranging their own housing.
NOTE: In July, hotels in Woods Hole and Falmouth fill up fast. Please book your room early! Click here for a list of local accommodations.

Shinya Inoué