Aims of the Wilhelm Bernhard's Workshops are:

  • to create a multidisciplinary meeting representing research approaches most used in studies on the cell nucleus structure, functions, and on their relationships, 

  • to promote contacts between scientists across all borders, 

  •  to give young scientists the opportunity to present their research within a fairly small circle of competent colleagues and to meet experienced colleagues in their field of research.


  • We announce that the 27th Wilhelm Bernhard Workshop is postponed to 2023 due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. More information will be published soon.
  • 26th Wilhelm Bernhard Workshop, May 20 - 23, 2019
    The meeting will be held in the capital of Burgundy, Dijon, France..

    The 26th Wilhelm Bernhard Workshop will focus on the recent discoveries in the field of biology of the cell nucleus. Fundamental and applied research in this area will be discussed in a friendly environment of the University of Burgundy and Franche-Comté. We expect a highly stimulating and motivating conference sessions with participation of world-renowned scientist as well as promising young researchers. Young scientists are encouraged to apply, and a limited amount of travel grants will be available.

  • The International Committee acknowledged the invaluable contribution to the several decades of success of the workshops by promoting to the status of "Honorary Members" the following colleagues:

    - Stan Fakan
    - Daniele Hernandez-Verdun
    - Egon Hidvegi
    - Karel Smetana

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