13th French 3R Meeting

May 21st-24th 2019, Presqu’île de Giens, France

Replication - Recombination - Repair: From molecular mechanisms to clinical applications

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  • Opening conference: Stephen C. Kowalczykowski

    Anja Groth

    André Nussenzweig

    Invited Speakers:

    • Mireille Bétermier
    • Aura Carreira ​
    • Laure Crabbe 
    • Marina Elez 
    • Pierre-Henri Gaillard
    • Karl-Peter Hopfner
      • Jean-Sébastien Hoffmann 
    • Etienne Schwob
    • Jean-Pierre de Villartay


Mechanisms of genome surveillance monitor and  guarantee the integrity of genomic material and the accurate duplication of DNA before cell division. Any failure or misregulation of these mechanisms often lead to deleterious genetic disorders. Activation of these mechanisms is detected in early steps of tumorigenesis.

The 3R meeting (Replication, Recombination and Repair) has been for 24 years a unique opportunity for the French community and international colleagues interested in that topic to meet and interact.

The success of the 12 first editions has revealed the great interest of the scientific community for this event. Almost 220 people have participated to the last edition in 2017. The 3R meeting aims at catalyzing collaborations between teams working in the 3R field but is also a fantastic opportunity for young researchers and PhD to meet and network early in their career.

Deadline for registration (with abstract submission) is 1st March 2019.

New deadline for registration (without abstract submission) is 15th March 2019.

​Abstract Book

Please go to the "Abstract" section of this site to enter your abstract for a short-talk (15 min) or for a poster.

Contact: 3r.organisation@cea.fr

 Organizing committee:

Valérie Borde - Jean-Baptiste Charbonnier - Françoise Dantzer

Olivier Espeli - Josée Guirouilh-Barbat - Sarah Lambert - Gaëlle Legube

Bertrand Llorente - Marie-Noëlle Prioleau - Pablo Radicella


Belambra Presqu'ile de Giens

Presqu'Ile de Giens
406 avenue de l'Esterel

83400 Hyères-les-Palmiers