Genomic Instability and DNA Repair


Keystone Symposia meetings are designed to be intensely rigorous events that inspire highly interactive exchange, critical thinking, and discussion; cultivate a sense of community among all attendees; and foster enduring interactions beyond the meeting itself. Each meeting includes morning and evening plenary sessions and poster sessions; many include afternoon workshops of oral abstract presentations. Plenary sessions are characterized by high-quality scientific content and energetic question-and-answer sessions. These serve as highly effective jumping-off points for informal interactions during the unstructured portion of the meeting.