We invite you to this 6th international AHR meeting to get together and discuss biology of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AHR) and its therapeutic potential in all its wonderful dimensions.

Wednesday, June 12 – Saturday, June 15, 2024

We are happy that we will be able to provide travel fellowships (500 € each) for young scientists (≤ 35 years).

We are grateful to EUROTOX (2 travel grants), the German Society for Environmental Mutation Research (GUM; 1 travel grant), and the Society for Free Radical Research Europe (SFRR-E; 1 travel grant) for the generous support of our young attendees. In addition, the organizers provide one travel fellowship.

Please tick the appropriate box when you submit your abstract for consideration.

Congress venue

Rheinblick 741“ – a modern conference location above a public swimming pool

Pariser Str. 41
40549 Düsseldorf

Scientific Committee

Xavier Coumoul
Paris, France

Charlotte Esser
Düsseldorf, Germany

Thomas Haarmann-Stemmann
Düsseldorf, Germany

Jean Krutmann
Düsseldorf, Germany

B. Paige Lawrence
Rochester, NY, USA

Gary Perdew
State College, PA, USA

David H. Sherr
Boston, MA, USA

Heike Weighardt
Bonn, Germany

Local Organizing Committee

Charlotte Esser

Thomas Haarmann-Stemmann

Jean Krutmann

Doreen Reichert

Katharina Rolfes

About Duesseldorf

Düsseldorf is the capital of the land Northrhine-Westfalia in Germany’s west. It has its own international airport (DUS), and is close to Cologne (30 min by train) and Frankfurt airport (1.5 hours by train). It is well-known for its fashion, banking and trade fair business, and lively pub and brewery opportunities in the old part of the town.

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