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1.
 
IUPAC 29th International Symposium on the chemistry of natural products and the 9th International conference on Biodiversity
ID
773331
Dates
24 sep 2016 - 27 sep 2016
Lieu
Izmir, Turquie
Résumé
The 29 th International Symposium on the Chemistry of Natural Products (ISCNP-29) and the 9 th International Conference on Biodiversity (ICOB-9) is planned to be organized during September 24-27, 2016 in Izmir one of the most historical, cultural and beautiful cities in Turkey. This series of the conferences which is one of the major International IUPAC conferences in natural product chemistry and biodiversity. It takes place  in different country each time it is held. Recently, the ISCNP-28 &ICOB-8 was held in Shanghai-China (Oct.20-24, 2014). Topics are mainly chemistry and biology.
2.
 
Cell Symposium: 10 years of iPSCs
ID
737664
Dates
25 sep 2016 - 27 sep 2016
Lieu
Berkeley, États-Unis
Résumé
In 2006, Shinya Yamanaka and Kazutoshi Takahashi reported the Nobel Prize winning discovery of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) in Cell. In the ten years that have transpired, iPSCs have provided fundamental insights into our understanding of cell fate, mammalian development, and human disease. Progress into the biology of iPSCs has been paralleled with clinical translation of iPSC technology, with the first-in-human trials already underway. To mark the 10th anniversary of this landmark discovery, Cell Press is pleased to announce a symposium celebrating the seminal achievements of this exciting field. We are excited to bring together leaders in biology, medicine and industry to review the progress and challenges the field has faced in its first decade and to promote dialogue and collaboration as the field matures and enters this exciting next phase.
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Cell Fate Diversity in Aging
ID
781631
Dates
25 sep 2016 - 28 sep 2016
Lieu
Dubrovnik, Croatie
Résumé
Aging is the largest risk factor for a panoply of chronic diseases, which impose huge burdens on societies and economies. An underexplored yet critical aspect of aging is the multiplicity of cellular phenotypes that emerge in aging metazoans. The Zing conference on “Cell Fate Diversity in Aging” will focus on molecular processes that give rise to these cellular phenotypes and their tissue-specific consequences. It will discuss processes such as damage, developmental cascades and pleiotropic effects in driving different cell fates, including cell death, senescence, adaptive reprogramming and cell fitness.
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Host Directed Therapeutic Strategies to Combat Infection and Reduce Emergence of Drug Resistance Conference
ID
820159
Dates
25 sep 2016 - 28 sep 2016
Lieu
Tucson, Arizona, États-Unis
Résumé
This symposium will bring together individuals who focus on anti-pathogen therapies directed at host mechanisms in an effort to limit the emergence of drug resistance and develop new strategies for treatment of infectious diseases. It will highlight this therapeutic approach from conception of new therapies to their application.
Contact
Laura Trundle;     Tél.: [+44 (0) 01638 724137];     Email.: admin@fusion-conferences.com
Sujets
therapeutic strategies, drug resistance, anti-pathogen therapies, infectious disease, therapeutic approach, host directed therapy, bacterial infection, viral infection, cellular targets, host directed therapeutic, microbiology, immunology, chemistry
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Chemical biology approaches to assessing and modulating mitochondria
ID
776821
Dates
26 sep 2016 - 27 sep 2016
Lieu
The Royal Society at Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshi, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Mitochondria are central to many current biomedical problems. In these, variations in chemical processes are critical, but progress in understanding these and in developing therapies has been hampered by lack of methods to measure and manipulate mitochondrial 'chemistry'. This meeting will explore the interface of chemical biology and mitochondrial studies to open up new avenues for research and therapeutic interventions.
Contact
Naomi Asantewa-Sechereh;     Tél.: [+442074512515];     Email.: kavli.events@royalsociety.org
Sujets
redox signalling, Reactive oxygen species (ROS), oxidative damage, mitochondria, mitochondrial therapies
6.
 
Biomembranes'16 — International Conference “BIOMEMBRANES 2016: Mechanisms of Aging and Age-Related Diseases”
ID
824910
Dates
26 sep 2016 - 30 sep 2016
Lieu
Dolgoprudnyy, Russie
Résumé
We are very pleased to invite you to participate in the International Conference “BIOMEMBRANES 2016: Mechanisms of Aging and Age-Related Diseases”, which will be held at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Russia, Dolgoprudny on September 26-30, 2016. A major goal of this conference is to provide up-to-date information about research on biomembranes and to consolidate cross-disciplinary international scientific efforts in this field. Our speakers will focus on cutting-edge problems of modern integrative structural biology of biomembranes and membrane proteins, theoretical biophysics of membrane systems and computer modelling. The conference will highlight the role of biomembranes in aging and age-related diseases such as cancer, neurodegenerative (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s) and cardiovascular diseases.
Contact
Email.: biomembranes2016@mipt.ru
Sujets
Biomembranes, aging, structural biology, membrane proteins, age-related diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, cancer, membrane, GPCR, drug, membrane systems, computer modelling, X-ray scattering, neutron scattering, mass-spectrometry, single molecule fluorescence spectroscopy
7.
 
2016 NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT) Conference
ID
817358
Dates
03 oct 2016 - 05 oct 2016
Lieu
Cochin, Inde
Résumé
NextGen Genomics, Biology, Bioinformatics and Technologies (NGBT) Conference to be held from Oct 3rd-5th, in Cochin, India, is organized by SciGenom Research Foundation (SGRF), a not-for-profit organization working to promote Science Research & Education in Asia and India.

The NGBT conference is jointly hosted with Centre for the Commercialization of Antibodies and Biologics (CCAB), Toronto, Canada, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR Biology Department), Mumbai, India, and Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB), Bengaluru, India. This is the sixth international conference that is hosted by SGRF Conferences, the educational outreach arm of SciGenom Research Foundation (SGRF), along with national institutes in India.

Contact
Silpa Thulaseedharan;     Tél.: [+91-9497118365];     Email.: info@sgrf.org.in
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Methods and Techniques in structural biology: beyond black boxes. Season 2
ID
816755
Dates
05 oct 2016 - 08 oct 2016
Lieu
Strasbourg, France
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ICFC — The First International Conference on Fungal Conservation in the Middle East and North Africa
ID
784518
Dates
18 oct 2016 - 20 oct 2016
Lieu
Ismailia, Égypte
Résumé
The 1st International Conference on Fungal Conservation in the Middle East and Northern Africa will be held by the Arab Society for Fungal Conservation with Suez Canal University at Ismailia from Tuesday 18 to Thursday 20 October 2016.

Contributions are welcome on any aspect of fungal conservation (micro and macrofungi) and fungal relationships with other organisms, including focused empirical, theoretical, and related fields including Bioprospecting, clean up the environment, history of science, and World Heritage.

The participation of early career scholars and postgraduate research researchers is positively encouraged.

Conference chairman is Prof. Moustafa Fouda (Minister Advisor on Biodiversity, Nature Conservation Sector, Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency, Cabinet of Ministers). In order to help plan the ICFC-2016 and ensure the involvement and participation of the world-wide scientific community, several committees have been set up. A Scientific Committee, chaired by Dr. Ahmed Abdel-Azeem (University of Suez Canal) has been established, and an Organizing Committee, supported by sponsors, is overseeing the running of the Conference.

A Call for Papers and Sessions will be issued in 10th of January 2016. The deadline for receipt of proposals will be 30th June 2016. A draft program will be published in August 2016.

Plenary speakers will include Dr. David Minter (President of the European Mycological Association, UK.), Paul Kirk (Royal Botanic Gardens, UK.), Prof. Gerhard Kost (Philipps University of Marburg, Germany), Prof. Birgit Piechulla (Institute of Biological Sciences, Germany), Prof. Raghavan Charudattan (Pathology Department, University of Florida, USA), Prof. Shaker A. Mousa (Pharmaceutical Research Institute, USA) and Dr. Vijai Kumar Gupta (National University of Ireland Galway).

Contact
Dr. Ahmed M. Abdel-Azeem;     Tél.: [+201006344462];     Email.: ahmed_abdelazeem@science.suez.edu.eg
Sujets
A Transcriptomic and Proteomic Approach in Microbial Biology; Animal Microbial Interactions; Clean up the Environment; Conservation and Bioprospecting; Conservation and Education; Conservation legislation; Human Microbial Interactions; Industrial Applications; Microbes and World Heritage; Microbial Biofuels; Microbial Nanoparticles; Microbial Natural Products Consortium; Plant Microbial Interactions; Promoting Conservation Through Art; Threats to Fungi
10.
 
CBM2016 — 3rd Congress of Baltic Microbiologists
ID
801278
Dates
18 oct 2016 - 21 oct 2016
Lieu
Vilnius, Lituanie
Résumé
The scope of this Congress is microbiology, including its many different aspects like molecular, environmental, food, agricultural, and biotechnological topics, with several medicinal branches of microbiology. Immunology and virusology is also included in the scope of the Congress. The goal of the Congress is to provide a platform for sharing recent results and discoveries in microbiological and biotechnological research, as well as to introduce young researchers from different countries to this fascinating field by giving them an opportunity to learn from more experienced scientists and to allow them to present results of their own research. Microbiology is a quickly developing discipline and we ought to organize presentations of its ongoing progress.
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EMBO CONFERENCE: Experimental Approaches to Evolution and Ecology Using Yeast and Other Model Systems
ID
823794
Dates
19 oct 2016 - 23 oct 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The past conferences and the preceding workshops of this conference series have explored yeasts as models to study questions of general relevance to evolution and ecology. Speakers were selected that brought expertise to the meeting in a range of topics, from evolutionary theory, ecologists, yeast geneticists, cell biologists, genomics and systems biology. The explicit intention to identify and address fundamental questions of evolution and ecology generated an open and interactive environment that enabled fruitful discussions across boundaries of individual expertise. Beyond this, selected speakers with expertise from different areas, from computational evolutionary simulations, evolutionary cancer biology or protein evolution led to many stimulating discussions that we now would like to continue more pronouncedly in the next series of conferences. Therefore, we have selected a broad range of new speakers for this last conference, and we decided to reinvite only a small number of approx. 4 speakers from the 3rd conference, where we felt that their future progress would be of highest importance for the audience.
Contact
Meyerhofstr 1;     Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
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Keystone Symposia: Translational Vaccinology for Global Health
ID
806889
Dates
26 oct 2016 - 30 oct 2016
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The time required to launch new global health vaccines is too long and the late failure rate is unsustainably high. Key barriers include insufficient diversity and quality of preclinical concepts and candidates, immunobiological ignorance, and a lack of understanding of correlates or mechanisms of protection. Root causes include siloed science and linear thinking; poor integration across the discovery/development/delivery ecosystem; and slow entry and limited throughput in early human proof of concept testing. This Keystone Symposia meeting aims to bring together those pioneering novel, creative solutions to these problems of global vaccine discovery and development across the academic/biotech/product development partner/pharma spectrum.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Vaccines Immunology Infectious Diseases Global Health
13.
 
International Experimental Biology and Medicine Conference
ID
800090
Dates
28 oct 2016 - 30 oct 2016
Lieu
Chengdu, Chine
Résumé
The 2016 IEBMC will be a three day conference held and the focus is on Single Cell Analysis and Disease.   With the goal of translating the globalization of EBM to a worldwide membership for SEBM, the SEBM Council approved the opening of an SEBM/EBM China Outreach Office. With 50% of the EBM manuscripts coming from China, and the tremendous expansion of biomedical research in that country, it was the logical first location for an SEBM/EBM Outreach Office. One of the goals of the SEBM/EBM China Outreach office are to increase the profile of SEBM and EBM in China and to meet this goal, a jointly planned annual international conference was held in Shanghai in 2013
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17TH EMBL|EMBO SCIENCE AND SOCIETY CONFERENCE: The Past in the Present - The Making of Memories
ID
823866
Dates
03 nov 2016 - 04 nov 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The main aim of these joint EMBL/EMBO Science and Society meetings is to present important areas of life science research in a manner accessible to all, and to promote reflection on their implications. At the same time, they should facilitate a broad dialogue between biologists, behavioral and social scientists, students of all disciplines, and members of the public.
Contact
Meyerhofstr 1;     Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
15.
 
Keystone Symposia: Phytobiomes: From Microbes to Plant Ecosystems
ID
806855
Dates
08 nov 2016 - 12 nov 2016
Lieu
Santa Fe, New Mexico, États-Unis
Résumé
Plants grow in association with complex communities of organisms. Phytobiomes encompass all of the organisms and all aspects of the environment that influence or are influenced by plants. Due to the diverse and dynamic processes carried out by biome members, Phytobiomes have an important role in the sustained health and productivity of plants and plant ecosystems. Advances in systems biology approaches as well as supporting technologies, such as high-throughput sequencing, computational biology and many '-omics' technologies, are enabling exploration of the functional networks and activities of the component communities that comprise Phytobiomes. These research technologies in the lab are being paralleled by next-generation precision agriculture technologies in the field, creating unprecedented opportunities for translation of Phytobiomes knowledge into practice. Our fundamental knowledge of Phytobiomes is vital to ensuring sustained global food security in the face of increasing global population and threats to crop productivity due to climate change as well as water, land and nutrient constraints. Advancing a systems-level understanding of Phytobiomes and translating this knowledge into practice will require interactions across a spectrum of disciplines. This conference will bring together a broad and international community of scientists in the public and private sector to collectively advance this newly-emerging field.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Plant Biology Phytobiomes Environment
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Neptune Evo Devo Symposium
ID
838848
Dates
09 nov 2016 - 11 nov 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
The Neptune Evo Devo Symposium is organized by the Neptune Network students, a Marie Curie-funded European project with focus on evo devo and neurobiology of marine animal models. Speakers will cover topics including evolution of the nervous system and evolution of body plans. In line with Neptune’s core interest, emphasis will be put on marine organisms, though not exclusively, and on recent technologies which are becoming increasingly suitable for use in non-model organisms, e.g. CRISPR genome editing and Light Sheet Microscopy, enabling broader comparative studies.

This symposium aims to attract enthusiastic, international scientists, as well as to foster interactions between communities. It will be a friendly event, in which participants will be able to present their work (short talks or poster sessions) and to exchange with leading researchers.

Contact
Email.: evodevoneptune@gmail.com
Sujets
evo-devo, evolution, development, neurobiology
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Cancer Metabolism and the Tumour Microenvironment Conference
ID
799995
Dates
09 nov 2016 - 12 nov 2016
Lieu
Pafos, Chypre
Résumé
This meeting will bring together diverse researchers from the fields of cancer metabolism and stromal cell biology, providing an opportunity to discuss recent developments and new areas of cross-fertilization between those fields.
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Bacterial Protein Secretion Conference
ID
721265
Dates
09 nov 2016 - 12 nov 2016
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
We are proud to announce the 1st Zing Bacterial Protein Secretion Conference will take place in November 2016.

About 30% of the proteins synthesized by bacteria are transported across or integrated into cell membranes. Many of these secreted and membrane-associated proteins play critical roles in cell physiology, intracellular communication, promoting survival in specific environments, and pathogenesis. Bacteria use a remarkable diversity of pathways to transport proteins across or into membranes, some of which have come to light only very recently. The goal of this conference is to bring together investigators who study these different transport pathways to discuss important recent advances, to exchange ideas, and to identify common themes. A wide variety of topics will be covered, including the mechanisms of protein translocation across membranes, the assembly of translocation channels, the biogenesis of integral membrane proteins, the structural biology of transport machines, the regulation and energetics of transport reactions, and emerging transport phenomena.

This conference will feature presentations by both established and early career investigators, and should be appropriate for both academic researchers and scientists in industry who are interested in developing novel antimicrobials or harnessing bacterial secretion pathways for biotechnological applications.

Contact
Evie Hartley;     Tél.: [01223750020];     Email.: evie.hartley@zingconferences.com
Sujets
cell physiology, intracellular communication, biogenesis of integral membrane proteins, protein translocation across membranes, the assembly of translocation channels.
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Oxford Global — 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Congress 2016
ID
821704
Dates
10 nov 2016 - 11 nov 2016
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Oxford Global are proud to announce the 4th Annual Single Cell Analysis Congress, 10 – 11 November 2016 in London, UK. The event features exciting ‘omics case studies and therapeutic applicatins from areas such as genomics and metabolomics as well as updated in single cell analysis technologies & applications.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Email.: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
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20.
 
Molecular and Cellular Basis of Breast Cancer Risk and Prevention
ID
781714
Dates
12 nov 2016 - 15 nov 2016
Lieu
United States, États-Unis
Résumé
The goals for the program are to inspire important insights, energise new scientists and foster creative collaborations that will deepen our understanding of the molecular events underlying breast cancer initiation and accelerate the development of targeted prevention and early detection strategies.
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21.
 
SynBio — Synthetic Biology UK 2016
ID
802760
Dates
14 nov 2016 - 16 nov 2016
Lieu
Edinburgh, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The SynBio UK conference aims to showcase UK Synthetic Biology research and to create a focal point for the community, embracing its diversity and fostering its growth and its engagement with society.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
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The Biology of Anthrax conference 2016
ID
721275
Dates
15 nov 2016 - 18 nov 2016
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
Anthrax is a disease caused by the bacterium Bacillus anthracis. While primarily a sporadic pathogen of herbivores, its use as a bio-terror agent has highlighted its ability to infect humans. This conference aims to bring together investigators active in this area with a view to sharing observations and ideas and fostering new collaborations and synergies. Participants at previous conferences in Cardiff in 2009 and 2014 included representatives from academia, industry, policy makers and government.

Contact
e e Evie Hartley;     Tél.: [01223750020];     Email.: evie.hartley@zingconferences.com
Sujets
Ecology and Epidemiology, Detection, diagnostics and forensic typing methods, Pathology of the disease in animals and humans, Biosafety and biosecurity, Decontamination and remediation.
23.
 
The Biology of Anthrax
ID
806639
Dates
15 nov 2016 - 18 nov 2016
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
We are proud to announce the 1st Zing Biology of Anthrax Conference which shall be taking place in November 2016.

This conference aims to bring together investigators active in this area with a view to sharing observations and ideas and fostering new collaborations and synergies.

Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Tél.: [00441223750020];     Email.: info@zingconferences.com
Sujets
Anthrax, Bacterium Bacillus Anthracis, Pathogen, Bio-terror, Biosafety, Decontamination, Medical Countermeasure, Pathology of the disease, Detection and Diagnostics.
24.
 
SFRBM's 2016 Annual Meeting
ID
646830
Dates
16 nov 2016 - 20 nov 2016
Lieu
San Francisco, États-Unis
Résumé
The format of the Annual Meeting includes general plenary sessions, oral presentations of selected abstracts, poster symposia, awards for outstanding poster presentations, topical workshops, instructional luncheons and networking receptions. 
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18th EMBL PhD Symposium: Life by Numbers: Towards Quantitative Biology.
ID
823876
Dates
17 nov 2016 - 19 nov 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The aim of this conference is to highlight recent advances and applications of quantitative research. In addition, we hope this symposium will inspire young researchers to see the implications of their work beyond a single process or correlation. This may help us get closer to predicting complex biological behavior by well-established principles comparable to those found in fundamental physics. At the core of this idea stands an interdisciplinary approach, which is also an integral part of the research here at EMBL. Finally, the symposium will consider quantification across multiple scales of biology, ranging from the sub-cellular to the multi-cellular level.
Contact
Meyerhofstr 1;     Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
26.
 
Mind, Mood and Microbes — The first international conference on microbiota-gut-brain axis
ID
833828
Dates
01 dec 2016 - 02 dec 2016
Lieu
Amsterdam, Pays-Bas
Résumé
The ability of gut microbiota to communicate with the brain is emerging as an exciting concept in health and disease. Mounting evidence, mostly from rodent studies, suggests that gut microbes help shape normal neural development, brain biochemistry, and behaviour.Bridging the gap between animal studies and application for treatment in humans will be the next big challenge. There are still many mysteries when it comes to understanding how the microbiome might affect the brain. If research is able to solve even a fraction of them, the microbiota-brain axis could be a powerful target for influencing mood and behaviour, for example in anxiety and depression, as well as preventing or treating brain-related diseases, including (potentially) Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism.
Contact
Heleen Bastiaanse;     Email.: heleen@bastiaanse-communication.com
Sujets
microbiota, gut-brain axis, depression, anxiety, brain disorder, neurodevelopment, behaviour, neurphysiology, neurogenesis, Parkinson's disease, mood, gut microbiome, probiotics, CNS, ALsheimer's disease, schizophrenia, ADHD, alcohol dependence, low-grade inflammation, coginitive function, autism
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5th Zing Nucleic Acids Conference
ID
806598
Dates
02 dec 2016 - 05 dec 2016
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
We are proud to announce the 5th Zing Nucleic Acids Conference will take place in December 2016 in Tampa, Florida. Understanding processes involving DNA and RNA at the molecular and chemical level is the central theme of this conference
Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Tél.: [00441223750020];     Email.: info@zingconferences.com
Sujets
Nucleid Acids, RNA, Genetic Information, DNA, Ribosome, tRNA.
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2016 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651230
Dates
03 dec 2016 - 07 dec 2016
Lieu
San Francisco, États-Unis
Résumé
2016 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
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Page web
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Keystone Symposia: Hemorrhagic Fever Viruses
ID
806865
Dates
04 dec 2016 - 08 dec 2016
Lieu
Santa Fe, New Mexico, États-Unis
Résumé
Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers (VHF) are caused by a disparate group of viruses from four different virus families – Arenaviruses, Bunyaviruses, Filoviruses and Flaviviruses. These viruses have a substantial public health impact with few effective vaccines or antivirals available. Although their structures, vectors and replication cycles are very different, there are common pathogenic features between them. The meeting is designed to bring together the research communities around these individual viral families, to explore common pathways and mechanisms employed by the viruses, to discuss current medical countermeasures, and to foster collaborations. The specific aims of the conference are to: 1) Discuss the methods employed by hemorrhagic fever viruses to subvert host innate immune responses; 2) Assess the mechanisms causing endothelial dysfunction and coagulopathy that are hallmarks of VHF disease; 3) Look at the contributions of host genetics in disease progression; 4) Describe the state of the art in diagnostics; and 5) Present data on promising candidate vaccines and therapeutics. This symposium will occupy a unique niche as there is not a current scientific conference which brings these communities together in a focused manner.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Virology Infectious Diseases Ebola Immunology Innate Immunity
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Keystone Symposia: Cellular Stress Responses and Infectious Agents
ID
806842
Dates
04 dec 2016 - 08 dec 2016
Lieu
Santa Fe, New Mexico, États-Unis
Résumé
This conference will bring together cell biologists studying various cellular stress responses and researchers interested in how various infectious agents activate and manipulate host cellular stress responses. Examples of cellular stress responses activated by infectious agents are: the stress granule response, the unfolded protein response, the DNA damage response, responses to oxidative stress and metabolic stress, autophagy, and other protein quality control responses. Many of these cellular homeostatic mechanisms function as part of innate and intrinsic defense mechanisms to counteract infections. Various infectious agents have evolved to subvert and manipulate many of these anti-pathogen mechanisms by utilizing, evading or inactivating components of these cellular pathways. The study of interactions between infectious agents and these pathways provides new insights about cellular stress responses and identifies new targets for the development of novel therapies for the treatment of infectious diseases.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Cell Biology Infectious Diseases Life Sciences
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4th Protein-Protein Interaction Conference
ID
825881
Dates
05 dec 2016 - 07 dec 2016
Lieu
Boston, États-Unis
Résumé
GTCbio's upcoming 4th Protein-Protein Interaction Conference is to be held on October 25-26, 2016 in Boston, MA. This conference will have sessions that cover novel techniques, new algorithms and databases for PPIs, and potential druggable sites for disrupting protein-protein interactions. Attendees will gain an enhanced understanding of the molecular basis and inhibitor design of peptide and protein aggregation. In addition, attendees will obtain insights into the latest use of PPIs in the area of cancer research. Join this multi-disciplinary forum and network with colleagues from industry and academia to discuss the methods and tools that will ensure the most efficient and accurate optimization of protein-protein interaction.
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Tél.: [6262566405];     Email.: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Sujets
protein-protein interaction (PPI)
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Memory Mechanisms in Health and Disease
ID
721273
Dates
05 dec 2016 - 08 dec 2016
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
We are proud to announce the 1st Zing Memory Mechanisms in Health and Disease Conference which shall be taking place in December 2016.

This conference will present cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary research on mechanisms of learning and memory in health and disease. Particular emphasis will be given to address the questions of

How is memory stored at the molecular and neuronal circuit level?

How is memory storage affected in dementia and autism?

What are the molecular and neuronal circuits of retrieval-induced memory modulation?

How of retrieval-induced memory modulation impaired in post-traumatic stress disorder?

Contact
Evie Hartley;     Email.: evie.hartley@zingconferences.com
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Cell Symposia: Hallmarks of Cancer
ID
761504
Dates
11 dec 2016 - 13 dec 2016
Lieu
Gand, Belgique
Résumé
As one of the most investigated areas in biomedical research, the cancer field is rapidly advancing by translating biological insights towards better detection and therapeutics, including molecular classifications as well as immunotherapies. In the era of the genetically informed, emerging concepts in cancer biology and oncology research are colliding into precision medicine. In order to accelerate the development of personalized cancer therapies and further translate fundamental discoveries into the clinic, there must be open lines of communication at the interface between the lab and the clinic. Our goal in organizing this Cell Symposium, Hallmarks of Cancer, is to convene global leaders in the cancer research arena to enhance our understanding of the key aspects of cancer and how to promote translation of this knowledge into the development of targeted therapeutics. We aim to provide a high-impact, high-profile forum for exchanging ideas and establishing a dialogue amongst clinicians, scientists and drug development companies. Symposium themes: Tumor metabolism, Tumor heterogeneity, Tumor immunology and immunotherapy, Personalized cancer therapy, Metastasis and the tumor microenvironment.
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SEARCH FOR LIFE: FROM EARLY EARTH TO EXOPLANETS
ID
799566
Dates
11 dec 2016 - 16 dec 2016
Lieu
Quy Nhon, Viêt Nam
Résumé
This international conference, endorsed by IAU and Division of Planetary Sciences and Astrobiology, is the third of a series of conferences on « Planets, Exoplanets and Astrobiology ». It will be preceeded by a 2 day Training School on « Basics of Astrobiology » for students and young researchers (December 9th-11th – see “Program“). Both the Training School and Conference will be held at ICISE* and hosted by the Rencontres du Vietnam
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Keystone Symposia: Cell Plasticity within the Tumor Microenvironment
ID
828557
Dates
08 jan 2017 - 12 jan 2017
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
Scholarship & Discounted Abstract Deadline: Sep 13, 2016; Abstract Deadline: Oct 6, 2016; Discounted Registration Deadline: Nov 8, 2016

During the last decade, it has become unequivocally evident that tumor development is not a cell-autonomous process but rather depends on the intricate reciprocal interplay of mutant tumor cells with their local and distant environments. Composition and polarization of cells in the tumor microenvironment depends on genetic as well as environmental factors and is directly influenced by tumor therapy. Indeed, therapies that aim to shape the local immune milieu and consecutive signaling pathways in both stromal and tumor/stem cells address the complex pathophysiology of tumors more adequately and may therefore add substantial benefits for therapy. An absolute pre-requisite for such an endeavor is a comprehensive understanding of the exact molecular basis of the complex signaling networks in the tumor microenvironment that control the plasticity of both stromal and tumor cells, thereby shaping the complex cellular contexture, which ultimately forms a pro- or anti-tumorigenic milieu. Thus, this symposium aims to gather a comprehensive functional understanding of mediator-dependent cellular and molecular events that are responsible for the plasticity of both stromal and tumor/stem cells. It will bring together experts in cancer, stromal and immune cells to synthesize scientific knowledge about the phenomenon of cell plasticity within the tumor microenvironment, to define molecular and cellular pathways mediating plasticity and to propose approaches to interfere with cell plasticity for a new generation of effective therapeutic approaches in cancer and chronic injury. Importantly, it will bring together interdisciplinary groups of scientists or investigators who normally would not have an opportunity to meet (classical cancer biologists, tumor immunobiologists, stem cell experts and scientists working on stromal cells).

Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Cancer, tumor immunology, basic mechanisms
36.
 
Keystone Symposia: Transcriptional and Epigenetic Control in Stem Cells
ID
828735
Dates
08 jan 2017 - 12 jan 2017
Lieu
Olympic Valley, California, États-Unis
Résumé
Scholarship & Discounted Abstract Deadline: Sep 14, 2016; Abstract Deadline: Oct 10, 2016; Discounted Registration Deadline: Nov 9, 2016

The objective of this meeting is to bring together leaders in the field to discuss latest advances in stem cell biology with an emphasis on transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation in pluripotent and neural stem cells. It will elucidate the roles of transcriptional regulators and chromatin structure in defining stem cell identity. These presentations will be complemented by talks on experimentally induced cell fate changes during reprogramming to pluripotency and transdifferentiation into various cell lineages. We will further discuss efforts to capture distinct stem cell types and states from the preimplantation embryo including naïve human embryonic stem cells. Advances in pluripotent stem cells will be compared and contrasted with recent insights into the biology of neural stem cells, including discussions of their origin, specification and turnover. Lastly, two sessions dedicated to disease modeling and cell therapy, respectively, will highlight ongoing attempts to study and treat diseases using stem cells from the hematopoietic and neural systems. This meeting is being held jointly with

Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
genetics, genomics, development, stem cells,
37.
 
Keystone Symposia: Neurogenesis during Development and in the Adult Brain
ID
828723
Dates
08 jan 2017 - 12 jan 2017
Lieu
Olympic Valley, États-Unis
Résumé
Scholarship& Discounted Abstract Deadline: Sep 14, 2016; Abstract Deadline: Oct 10, 2016; Discounted Registration Deadline: Nov 9, 2016

The complexity of the brain, with thousands of neuronal types, permits the development of sophisticated cognitive and behavioral repertoires. Neurogenesis, the fundamental phenomenon that creates the brain, starts early during development and continues in the adult life, shaping our networks in close association with the environment. This unique meeting will explore neurogenesis from different perspectives, bringing new insights about the fundamental mechanisms that control normal brain development and that contribute to disease situations when this process is altered. It should bring together scientists working on different aspects of neurogenesis to exchange ideas and facilitate novel collaborative projects. The pairing of the meeting will with a stem cell meeting will enhance the opportunity for interactions among researchers from different fields pursuing similar questions. This meeting is being held jointly with

Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
neurobiology, development, neuroscience, stem cells
Sujets apparentés
38.
 
PTK — 16th Annual PepTalk: The Protein Science Week
ID
825148
Dates
09 jan 2017 - 13 jan 2017
Lieu
San Diego, États-Unis
Résumé
PepTalk: The Protein Science Week is one of the largest annual gatherings of protein science researchers in the world. In its 16th year, PepTalk attracts over 1,200 experts from academia, biotech and pharma who come together for one week of intensive learning and networking to discover new opportunities and promising partnerships. This event covers a wide spectrum, from upstream protein R&D science to downstream biologics. And, whether you’re a world-renowned researcher or a current graduate student, PepTalk has something to offer.
Contact
Tél.: [781-972-5400];     Email.: chi@healthtech.com
Sujets
A Lean Approach to Lab Management, A Modern Approach to Biologics Formulation Development, Production Challenges for Complex Biologics: ADCs, Bispecifics and Fusion Proteins, New Enzyme Design, Discovery and Development
Sujets apparentés
39.
 
Keystone Symposia: New Developments in Our Basic Understanding of Tuberculosis
ID
829931
Dates
14 jan 2017 - 18 jan 2017
Lieu
Vancouver, Canada
Résumé
As a contagious disease, tuberculosis remains endemic in many countries and among vulnerable populations. In these settings, it is a major cause of morbidity and mortality. During the past two decades, there has been a renewed effort to develop vaccines and new antibiotics. However, new discoveries that have transformed our understanding of host susceptibility, immunity and disease pathogenesis have not kept pace with the progress of clinical trials. There is a need for new approaches that can limit the impact of tuberculosis around the world. This symposium will focus on fundamental questions about the host-pathogen interaction, bringing together scientists working on the bacterium and the host in model systems, as well as those trying to address basic questions in human immunology and disease. While answering these questions may not be a prerequisite to clinical progress, an improved mechanistic understanding of the survival and subversion strategies that Mycobacterium tuberculosis employs to evade therapy and host immunity will facilitate development of better strategies to treat and prevent tuberculosis. Specifically, the goals of the meeting are to: 1) Articulate a set of priority questions and goals to guide a basic research agenda for the field; 2) Integrate successful approaches employed by leading scientists in other fields that can address knowledge gaps in immunity to tuberculosis; 3) Highlight new technical advances that make possible more sophisticated human experimental biology including defining the critical questions that need to be answered to expedite clinical advances.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Bacteriology, infectious diseases, immunology
Sujets apparentés
40.
 
Keystone Symposia: Mitochondria Communication
ID
829987
Dates
14 jan 2017 - 18 jan 2017
Lieu
Taos, New Mexico, États-Unis
Résumé
Understanding how mitochondria communicate within the cell will provide important clues to elucidate its roles in normal cell physiology, as well as numerous diseases such as diabetes, neurodegeneration and cancer. The classical view of mitochondria is of an organelle that interacts with other features of cell biology primarily through the provision and consumption of metabolic intermediates and energetic products. Emerging evidence from many areas of science is accumulating to suggest that mitochondria play much more active roles in communication with other organelles, determining cell and organismal behavior. This conference will focus on these integrated behaviors and the resulting communication. The sessions will be organized around the different nodes, modes and destinations of that signaling. It will bring together people and ideas from different areas of cell biology and physiology that typically do not attend the same conferences, resulting in the development of new collaborations and concepts.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Cell biology, biochemistry, mitochondria, metabolic diseases
41.
 
Pharmaceutical Microbiology
ID
833400
Dates
18 jan 2017 - 19 jan 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
SMi proudly presents the return of the 6th annual Pharmaceutical Microbiology conference to London in 2017! The microbiology market has significantly grown in recent years as the demand from end user industries increases. With this expansion and increased demand comes hurdles for the industry. SMi’s 6th annual Pharmaceutical Microbiology conference will address the complex challenge that the field is facing such as endotoxin testing, best practices in cleaning & disinfection and contamination control case studies.
Contact
Anna Serazetdinova;     Tél.: [+44 20 7827 6180];     Email.: aserazetdinova@smi-online.co.uk
Sujets
microbiology, endotoxin, cleaning, disinfection, contamination,
42.
 
Keystone Symposia: PI3K Pathways in Immunology, Growth Disorders and Cancer
ID
829985
Dates
19 jan 2017 - 23 jan 2017
Lieu
Santa Fe, États-Unis
Résumé
The overall goal for this meeting is to bring together scientific leaders and trainees with a common interest in PI3Ks and relevant downstream physiological processes. It will address advances in basic molecular and cellular mechanisms that are regulated by PI3Ks, other PI kinases and, their cognate phosphatases; highlight new advances in the characterization of PI3K pathway alterations in genetic syndromes that affect growth and the immune and nervous systems; and provide an important update on the clinical development of PI3K pathway inhibitors, and implications for the burgeoning field of cancer immunotherapy. Whole exome sequencing studies have increasingly implicated PI3K signaling in diseases (immune, growth and neurological disorders) which may benefit from drugs currently in development for cancer and inflammation. This meeting will be an important forum for discussing approaches to treating these additional disorders.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Immunology, cancer, biochemistry
43.
 
Keystone Symposia: Omics Strategies to Study the Proteome
ID
832974
Dates
29 jan 2017 - 02 fév 2017
Lieu
Seattle, Washington, États-Unis
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
44.
 
Keystone Symposia: Hematopoiesis
ID
833326
Dates
31 jan 2017 - 04 fév 2017
Lieu
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Résumé
Since the discovery that hematopoiesis could be established by a single cell over five decades ago, advances in model systems, sequencing, reprogramming and genome editing technologies have enabled precise molecular characterization of regulators of hematopoiesis. These discoveries have informed and accelerated implementation of clinical trials for a broad of array of benign and malignant hematologic disorders, including bone marrow failure syndromes and leukemia, as well as guided the development of molecular prognostication strategies. This Keystone Symposia meeting will bring together basic, translational and clinical researchers to discuss key regulators of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell ontogeny, cell fate specification and self-renewal during homeostasis, stress and malignant transformation. The relative importance of cell-autonomous genetic, epigenetic, transcriptional and post-transcriptional hematopoietic regulatory mechanisms as well as local niche or systemic factors will be presented by international leaders in the field of hematopoiesis and stem cell biology. The culmination of innovative genome editing, reprogramming, single-cell sequencing and imaging in different model systems to unravel essential regulators of hematopoiesis will be highlighted. This meeting should provide a vital opportunity for forging collaborations between researchers from disparate disciplines and result in novel insights from a plethora of model systems that will enable investigators to address basic, translational and clinical hematopoiesis research challenges.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
cell biology, hematopoiesis, development
Sujets apparentés
45.
 
Keystone Symposia: Inflammation-Driven Cancer – Mechanisms to Therapy
ID
833458
Dates
05 fév 2017 - 09 fév 2017
Lieu
Keystone, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
Carcinogenesis is the result of a complex interplay of cell intrinsic and extrinsic processes that promote genomic instability, sustained proliferation, resistance to apoptosis, reprogramming and reorganization of the stromal environment. An immune cell infiltrate is a characteristic feature of many tumors, and it is increasingly appreciated that immunity and inflammation are key determinants of tumor development and progression. This meeting will consider the molecular and environmental factors that shape the extensive cross-talk between immune, stromal and cancer cells in the tumor microenvironment. Positioned at the interface of cancer cell signaling, stem cells, inflammatory pathways and microbial drivers, this meeting should provide new insights into the factors that control the balance between tumor-promoting and tumor-suppressive immunity and inflammation and how this can be applied in the prevention and treatment of cancer. The meeting will attract a multi-disciplinary group of cancer cell biologists, immunologists and inflammation biologists and will be of interest to basic and clinical scientists alike.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
cancer, translational medicine, inflammation, immunology, stem cells, cell signaling
46.
 
Keystone Symposia: Autophagy Network Integration in Health and Disease
ID
833336
Dates
12 fév 2017 - 16 fév 2017
Lieu
Copper Mountain, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
Autophagy is a quality control mechanism that plays an important role in health and disease, including neurodegeneration, cancer, infection and inflammation. The core autophagy machinery has been identified and studied in detail. In addition, integration and cross-talk with other cellular pathways is becoming clearer, providing a rationale for why autophagy is linked to so many diverse physiological functions. Future challenges are focused on integrative structural, molecular and system approaches that are able to provide a much more refined understanding of autophagy regulatory networks. This meeting will highlight basic molecular and network insights in the autophagy system that are critical in life processes and multiple disease areas, and will examine the prospects for therapeutic targeting of the autophagy system. The meeting will bring together a variety of investigators exploring different facets of autophagy, and their interactions will expand our knowledge of fundamental autophagic mechanisms in different physiological and pathological settings.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
cell biology, membranes, public health
47.
 
Keystone Symposia: Asthma – From Pathway Biology to Precision Therapeutics
ID
833335
Dates
12 fév 2017 - 16 fév 2017
Lieu
Keystone, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
Asthma affects people from childhood to old age and causes significant public health problems with great economic consequences. The type 2 inflammation pathway is considered the dominant mechanism of asthma, but clinical trials of recently developed treatments targeting this pathway indicate that large numbers of asthmatics do not benefit from this therapeutic approach. This limited effect of type 2 inhibitors, coupled with recent advances in our understanding of the clinical diversity of asthma, underscores the heterogeneous nature of the underlying disease mechanisms. The aims of this meeting are to focus on the heterogeneous disease biology of asthma and to explore how treatments can advance from a one-size-fits-all paradigm to one in which asthmatics receive personalized treatments based on biomarkers that classify their specific disease mechanism. The meeting program will combine cutting-edge presentations on the molecular mechanisms of inflammation and remodeling in asthma with others that address the complexity of clinical phenotypes of asthma, and will include updates on the application of new technologies to develop biomarkers to guide personalized treatment. Anticipated outcomes include greater understanding of mechanisms of disease other than type 2 inflammation and appreciation of the need to forge stronger collaborations between clinical and basic scientists to advance the goal of personalized asthma treatment. The overarching goal of the meeting is to bring together world-class researchers with expertise in immunology, cell biology and asthma disease biology to permit exchange of ideas and facilitate development of new scientific directions and therapeutic approaches for asthma.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
immunology, asthma, allery
Sujets apparentés
48.
 
Keystone Symposia: Malaria – From Innovation to Eradication
ID
833311
Dates
19 fév 2017 - 23 fév 2017
Lieu
Kampala, Ouganda
Résumé
The evidence base and research agenda for malaria elimination and eradication are fast-evolving. Of foremost concern is the threat of resistance of the mosquito to pyrethroid insecticides and emerging data showing multi-drug resistance in Southeast Asia. An evolving area, with much to be understood, is the epidemiology of sub-microscopic infections and how they fuel onward transmission. There is also a lot of progress; for example, in the development pipeline there are candidates for a single-dose cure that can also provide protection and block transmission, and there are novel classes of insecticides. Finally, in implementation science, there is plenty to examine, from mass drug administration of anti-malarials to re-purposing ivermectin to reduce residual transmission. This Keystone Symposia meeting examines the scientific progress being made toward the goals of eliminating and eradicating malaria, from biological challenges and discoveries, to the development of the next generation of tools, to potentially transformative strategies to eliminate malaria. The ultimate goal of the meeting is to provide a unique and needed space for the malaria community to challenge hypotheses and share emerging data and insights from the different disciplines in a retreat-like setting where scientists can network, think creatively and exchange ideas. For the sustainability needed to meet the challenge of eradicating malaria, fostering these fruitful exchanges and lasting scientific partnerships is absolutely critical.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
infectious diseases, parasitology, protozoal, epidemiology, public health
Sujets apparentés
49.
 
Keystone Symposia: Viral Immunity – Mechanisms and Consequences
ID
833323
Dates
19 fév 2017 - 23 fév 2017
Lieu
Santa Fe, New Mexico, États-Unis
Résumé
A clear understanding of the mechanisms of host immunity to virus infection will guide efforts to design better treatments for some of the most devastating diseases of humanity. The fields of virology and immunology often convene their own specialized meetings. However, each of these fields has matured to the point where the most transformative advances are likely to arise from cross-disciplinary insights, rather than from continued progress in an isolated area. This meeting will foster new interactions and generate new ideas by assembling international experts in the areas of evolutionary perspectives on the host-virus relationship, innate immune detection and control of endogenous and exogenous viruses, memory cell control of viruses at mucosal surfaces, immunological consequences of prior viral exposure, and new approaches to vaccines and therapeutics. This comprehensive and inclusive approach should spur new thinking. For example, a solution to the medically important issue of chronic viral infection and immune exhaustion may emerge from a better understanding of the history of these viruses and how they have shaped the immune response and vice versa over evolutionary time. Similarly, a rational approach to vaccine design must be rooted in the innate immune mechanisms by which cells detect and respond to virus infection. This Keystone Symposia meeting offers a unique opportunity to bring about the next advances in viral immunity through cross-disciplinary interactions.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Viral, immunology, infectious diseases, virology, vaccines
Sujets apparentés
50.
 
Keystone Symposia: Malaria – From Innovation to Eradication
ID
833365
Dates
19 fév 2017 - 23 fév 2017
Lieu
Kampala, États-Unis
Résumé
The evidence base and research agenda for malaria elimination and eradication are fast-evolving. Of foremost concern is the threat of resistance of the mosquito to pyrethroid insecticides and emerging data showing multi-drug resistance in Southeast Asia. An evolving area, with much to be understood, is the epidemiology of sub-microscopic infections and how they fuel onward transmission. There is also a lot of progress; for example, in the development pipeline there are candidates for a single-dose cure that can also provide protection and block transmission, and there are novel classes of insecticides. Finally, in implementation science, there is plenty to examine, from mass drug administration of anti-malarials to re-purposing ivermectin to reduce residual transmission. This Keystone Symposia meeting examines the scientific progress being made toward the goals of eliminating and eradicating malaria, from biological challenges and discoveries, to the development of the next generation of tools, to potentially transformative strategies to eliminate malaria. The ultimate goal of the meeting is to provide a unique and needed space for the malaria community to challenge hypotheses and share emerging data and insights from the different disciplines in a retreat-like setting where scientists can network, think creatively and exchange ideas. For the sustainability needed to meet the challenge of eradicating malaria, fostering these fruitful exchanges and lasting scientific partnerships is absolutely critical.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
protozoal, infectious diseases, immunology, vaccines, entomology
Sujets apparentés
51.
 
Phase Separation and RNA Processing as Drivers of Cancer and Neurodegenerative Disease
ID
806944
Dates
24 fév 2017 - 27 fév 2017
Lieu
Carlsbad, San Diego, États-Unis
Résumé
A significant challenge in clinical medicine, particularly in cancer and neurodegenerative disease, is the absence of pharmaceuticals that directly target the pathology. In cancer, well over 90% of mutations found in patient tumors are deemed ‘non-actionable’. Many proteins with ‘non-actionable’ mutations are investigated by scientists who study RNA biology, in particular abnormalities in post-transcriptional RNA processing. Biophysicists and engineers have made great strides in understanding biological phase transitions and the role of intrinsically disordered protein (IDP) domains, which have been implicated in both diseases and often described as ‘non-actionable’. This conference seeks to bring together disease-focused medical scientists, RNA biologists, and biophysicists in a truly multidisciplinary environment.
Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Tél.: [00441223750020];     Email.: info@zingconferences.com
Sujets
RNA Processing, Phase Separation, Cancer, Neurodegenerative Disease, RNA Biology, Biophysics, IDP, Phase Transition Biology, Human Biology, Public Health.
52.
 
Keystone Symposia: Lipidomics and Bioactive Lipids in Metabolism and Disease
ID
833320
Dates
26 fév 2017 - 02 mar 2017
Lieu
Tahoe City, California, États-Unis
Résumé
The ability to analyze large numbers of lipids from different categories (e.g., fatty acyls, glycerolipids, sphingolipids and sterols) has greatly advanced our understanding of their biochemical functions and roles in disease, but has also created challenges of scale. This Keystone Symposia meeting will cover areas of lipid research that have been particularly impacted by these technologies. It will specifically address the challenge of managing the large data sets generated by lipidomic technologies and conceptually studying them given how interconnected and cross-regulated lipid metabolic pathways are. Bringing together an outstanding group of scientists with expertise in the lipid categories as well as in lipidomic approaches, it will summarize recent findings for the major lipid categories from state-of-the-art technologies and lay the foundation for a broader understanding of new methods and the technical capabilities and limitations of these methods, as well as where better approaches are needed.
Contact
Attendee Services;     Tél.: [1+ 970-262-1230 or 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
metabolism, metabolic diseases, lipid mediators, cell biology, systems biology
53.
 
Synthetic Biology for Natural Products Conference
ID
826003
Dates
05 mar 2017 - 08 mar 2017
Lieu
Cancun, Mexique
Résumé
Genome sequencing has revealed an enormous biosynthetic capacity for microbial natural products, only a small fraction of which are represented in fermentation-based screens. Synthetic biology tools are being developed to translate the encoded diversity of microbial biosynthetic pathways into novel compounds and natural products. The Synthetic Biology of Natural Products conference will blend these disciplines with the goal of generating new platforms, tools and technologies to capture, manipulate and engineer natural product genes and pathways. Converting this vast untapped (meta)genomic diversity into novel chemical leads for biomedical and agricultural applications will require breakthroughs in design, scale and biologics that currently limit the field.
Sujets
(Meta)Genomics-Enabled Natural Product Discovery, New Tools for Capturing, Manipulating and Activating SM Pathways, Advances in Heterologous Expression & Screening Technologies, Designing Genes and Circuits for Novel Products and Yield Improvement
Sujets apparentés
54.
 
ECI — Separations Technology IX: New Frontiers in Media, Techniques, and Technologies
ID
811868
Dates
05 mar 2017 - 10 mar 2017
Lieu
Albufeira, Portugal
Résumé
This conference series began in 1985 and the overall goal remains the same: To bring together researchers working in the frontier areas of a variety of separation technologies. We hope to attract researchers working in adsorption, absorption, bioseparations, chromatography, crystallization, distillation, membranes, novel technologies, etc. The focus will be on new separation media, new separation techniques and new technologies breaking out. These aspects are key to the challenges appearing in carbon capture and sequestration, desalination, and increasing application needs in bioseparations among others. The issues of sustainability, energy consumption and process intensification will be ever present in all of our deliberations.
Contact
Arlene Conway;     Tél.: [212-514-6760];     Email.: info@engconfintl.org
Sujets
Adsorption Chromatography Materials techniqes technologies Bioseparations: Recent advances (Novel materials, continuous processes, hybrid systems) Separation media synthesis and modeling Membrane separations (Novel membranes and processes) Crystallization and solid/liquid separations Other technologies, especially novel separation technologies
Sujets apparentés
55.
 
The 2017 Forensic Forums
ID
759235
Date de début
07 mar 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Forensic Forums 2017 will be an international three day event which will bring together those working in forensic sciences. This years event will discuss new research and case studies from a range of academic and discipline professionals. This forum will encourage the sharing of ideas and best practice among the delegates and presenters and will include an informal discussion session.
Contact
Shara Cohen;     Tél.: [enquiries@euroscicon.com];     Email.: enquiries@euroscicon.com
Sujets
Forensic, Mass Grave, Disaster Victim Identification, Forensic Odontology, Post Mortem, Ante Mortem
56.
 
Keystone Symposia - Frontiers of NMR in Life Sciences
ID
825259
Dates
12 mar 2017 - 16 mar 2017
Lieu
Keystone, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
The NMR principle is widely applied in structural biology, biomedical research and clinical diagnosis. This conference will highlight progress in solution and solid state NMR methods and recent advances in selected NMR applications in metabolic profiling, drug research, protein/ nucleic acid interactions, in-cell NMR, intrinsically disordered proteins and the study of membrane proteins. Attendees will obtain an overview of the principal advances made during the last four years with the use of NMR techniques in structural biology and biomedical research, and receive guidance on anticipated mid-term and long-term future advances with NMR applications in molecular and cell biology.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
NMR, biological macromolecules, metabolic profiling, protein-nucleic acid, drug research, structural biology, membrane proteins, disordered proteins
Sujets apparentés
57.
 
2nd Annual Genetics in Forensics Congress
ID
821952
Dates
14 mar 2017 - 15 mar 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Over 200 delegates representing internationally renowned research & academic institutions, forensic laboratories, government bodies and sequencing solution providers will be present. Over 40 case studies and presentations focused on future applications of next generation sequencing in forensics, DNA database construction, advances is tools and technologies for DNA profiling, DNA phenotyping and forensic anthropology case studies will be discussed
Contact
Guillaume Alonso;     Email.: g.alonso@oxfordglobal.co.uk
58.
 
Keystone Symposia - Pattern Recognition Signaling: From Innate Immunity to Inflammatory Disease
ID
825426
Dates
19 mar 2017 - 23 mar 2017
Lieu
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Résumé
Understanding of the signaling mechanisms by which pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) sense microbial infections and cellular stress engage innate immune responses is moving at an unprecedented rate. Developments in the past few years shed new light on how NOD-like receptors and inflammasomes are activated to promote cytokine production and cell death responses in the context of autoimmunity and microbial infection. Other findings clarified how extracellular and intracellular receptors of the Toll-like receptor, PYHIN/IFI, and helicase families respond to infections. In addition, intricate communication between PRRs and microbial commensals has emerged as a critical mechanism controlling immunity, and several fine-tuning mechanisms modulating PRR-induced immune responses have been discovered. Finally, a wealth of clinical information supporting the key roles of PRRs not only in host-microbe interactions, but also chronic autoinflammatory and autoimmune diseases in patients has emerged. This has spurred important translational medicine efforts to bring new therapies and diagnostics to the clinic. This conference unites an international group of academic and industry immunologists and microbiologists who study basic mechanisms of PRR signaling and their interaction with microbes in inflammatory disease models with clinicians and geneticists addressing the etiology of autoinflammatory and autoimmune diseases in patients. Gathering experts from these disparate research communities offers a unique opportunity to discuss new concepts of innate immune signaling and formulate novel approaches for modulating pathological mechanisms in human inflammatory diseases.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Pattern Recognition Signaling, Innate Immunity, Inflammatory Disease, Nucleic Acid Recognition Pathways, Regulating Type I IFN Induction, PRRs, Nucleic Acids, NLR Signaling, TLR Signaling, Inflammasome Signaling, Inflammatory Diseases, Pathogenic TLR, PRR Signaling, Viral Infection, Bacterial Infection, Inflammasome, NF-kB Regulatory Mechanisms, Microbiota, Innate Immune System, Innate Immune Receptors, Metabolism
59.
 
MiCom 2017 — 6th International Conference on Microbial Communication for Young Researchers
ID
839947
Dates
20 mar 2017 - 23 mar 2017
Lieu
Jena, Allemagne
Résumé
Share your vision with an international audience of microbiology professionals at 6th International Conference on Microbial Communication for Young Scientists, MiCom 2017.Since focussed on early career researchers, MiCom conference is a great opportunity to network with leading scientists and young doctoral/post doctoral researchers.Benefit from attending four days packed with scene setting keynote sessions, 5 lively plenary sessions, ten special interactive workshops, information-packed talks & interesting posters from young researchers and a science-slam. Expect to walk away with an abundance of new ideas, insights and connections vital to maximizing not only your research performance but a lot more personal experience from great city of Jena!

Speakers: Christa Schleper, Gordon Brown, Ian Baldwin, Jon Clardy, Michael Meyer-Herman, Manja Marz, Oliver Kurzai, Sarah O´Connor and Susan Trumbore

Contact
Swatantar Kumar;     Email.: swatantar.kumar@uni-jena.de
Sujets
Environment, Chemical ecology, Pathogenesis, Systems biology, Natural products
60.
 
Keystone Symposia - Immune Regulation in Autoimmunity and Cancer
ID
825369
Dates
26 mar 2017 - 30 mar 2017
Lieu
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Résumé
While the importance of adoptive and innate immunity has been clear in the pathogenesis of human autoimmune disease resulting in a multitude of immune-based therapeutic approaches, the realization is now apparent that understanding immune evasion by cancer is central in developing curative treatments. This meeting will explore and contrast the underlying immune mechanisms resulting in autoimmunity and tumor evasion. The meeting is innovative in bringing together basic immunologists investigating mechanisms of tolerance with scientists exploring immune mechanisms of autoimmunity and cancer in both patients and experimental models. Thus, this Keystone Symposia meeting will cover the pathways in immunity and tolerance that lead to loss of immunological control, dysregulated immune responses and chronic inflammatory disease or tumor evasion. Presentations will include consideration of preclinical and clinical aspects of a diverse number of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases and cancer. Conference participants engaged in preclinical, translational and clinical research will hopefully engage in continuing conversations and collaborations which, over the long-term, will provide greater insights into the human immune response and allow us to reassess and further explore pathways that are driving autoimmune disease yet in opposition, lead to tumor evasion. Understanding checkpoints in autoimmunity and immune cell tolerance is important for delivering therapies to patients with autoimmune disease and cancer, and this meeting will provide a platform for the cross-pollination of clinical experience and experimental research. Attendees will have learned about the impact of targeted immune-based therapeutics on clinical outcome and, consequently, be able to widen their research scope accordingly.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Immune Regulation, Autoimmunity, Cancer, Tissue Micro-Immune Environments, Autoimmune Tissue Inflammation, T Cell Tolerance, Effector T Cell Dysfunction, Innate Regulation, B Cell Regulation, Th17 Cell
Sujets apparentés
61.
 
Keystone Symposia - Injury, Inflammation and Fibrosis
ID
825379
Dates
26 mar 2017 - 30 mar 2017
Lieu
Snowbird, Utah, États-Unis
Résumé
Fibrosis is a common response of many organs to chronic injury and inflammation. This leads to destruction of organ architecture with loss of function. Until recently, there have been no therapies to slow the progression of fibrosis and to maintain normal organ function. Recent advances have provided new insights into the pathogenesis of fibrosis, new drug targets, and new drugs in clinical studies. This conference will bring together basic biologists and translational and clinical researchers to discuss core mechanisms underlying inflammation and fibrosis, to compare and contrast fibrotic diseases, preclinical models, the potential for regeneration and regression of fibrosis, and potential therapies. The interaction between the host genetics, the environment and the microbiome in the pathogenesis of fibrotic diseases will be addressed. Also, non-invasive methods to assess fibrosis including advanced imaging and intermediate biomarkers will be discussed. This conference will be a unique opportunity for investigators who are focused on organ-specific diseases – i.e., medical subspecialists – to participate in cross-disciplinary, multi-organ discussions in order to gain new insights into their research.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
injury, inflammation, fibrosis, Epithelial Senescence, Fibrotic Responses, Tissue Repair, Inflammation, Fibrogenic Myofibroblasts, Tumor-Associated Stroma,
62.
 
EMBO Practical Course — Plant microbiota
ID
817638
Dates
26 mar 2017 - 07 avr 2017
Lieu
Cologne, Allemagne
Sujets
Plant Biology | Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens
Sujets apparentés
63.
 
EMBL Course: Transgenic Animals
ID
834542
Dates
05 avr 2017 - 06 avr 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
30% of the course programme covers lectures and tutorials on generating transgenic mice, and corresponding microscopy and micromanipulation techniques by experts in the field. The other 70% focuses on hands-on practical work organised in small groups. These practicals will address injection of nucleic acids into the pronucleus and cytoplasm of fertilised mouse oocytes, embryonic stem cell transfer into blastocysts, piezo-assisted stem cell transfer into 8-cell stage embryos and microscopy training.
Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
Sujets apparentés
64.
 
Keystone Symposia - B Cells and T Follicular Helper Cells – Controlling Long-Lived Immunity
ID
825319
Dates
23 avr 2017 - 27 avr 2017
Lieu
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada
Résumé
B cells are fundamental for the development of long-lived immunological memory following exposure to infectious pathogens and, consequently, for the success of the vast majority of currently-available vaccines. The differentiation of B cells into the effector cells of serological memory – memory B cells and plasma cells – occurs in germinal centers. However this process critically requires a specialized subset of CD4+ T cells termed T follicular helper (Tfh) cells. The integration of signals required to generate germinal center B cells, memory and plasma cells, and Tfh cells are strictly controlled. This is to ensure the efficient selection of antigen-specific high-affinity effector cells, and to prevent the development of immune dyscrasias associated with GCs, such as autoimmunity, immune deficiency and malignancy – conditions that can develop when the complexities of lymphocyte differentiation in germinal centers are dysregulated. Despite the substantial advances that have been made in understanding the cellular, biochemical and molecular requirements for the generation of effective T-dependent B-cell responses, major questions regarding these processes remain. Answers to such questions are needed so as to be able to harness the intrinsic function of memory B cells, plasma cells and Tfh cells in order to enhance immunity in immunocompromised individuals, improve vaccine design and develop novel vaccines for infectious pathogens, as well as to attenuate humoral immune responses in the setting of autoantibody-mediated autoimmune diseases. This meeting will bring together basic and clinical immunologists to address unanswered questions and to discuss the latest cutting-edge breakthroughs in the biology of B cells and Tfh cells to facilitate development of new translational strategies of regulating their behavior in human immunopathologies.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
T Follicular Helper Cells, B Cells, Immunity, Vaccines, B Cell Memory, Plasma Cells, Transcriptional Regulation, Lymphocyte Signaling, Immunodeficiency, Autoimmunity, GCs, Germinal Center Response, Germinal Center Dynamics
65.
 
Of mice and mental health: facilitating dialogue between basic and clinical neuroscientists
ID
839063
Dates
24 avr 2017 - 25 avr 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Basic and clinical neuroscientists pioneering research into mental health disorders have much to learn from each other, but opportunities for interaction are limited. This meeting will bring these investigators together, highlighting commonalities in approach and facilitating dialogue between them, to aid in the development of new, fully translational models that will promote our understanding and treatment of mental health disorders. This event is intended for researchers in relevant fields and is free to attend. There are a limited number of places and registration is essential.
Contact
Email.: discussion.meetings@royalsociety.org
Sujets
Mental health, neuroscience, anxiety disorders, depression, schizophrenia, compulsive disorders
Sujets apparentés
66.
 
Advances in Companion Diagnostics Congress 2017
ID
823227
Dates
25 avr 2017 - 26 avr 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Oxford Global Conferences are proud to present the Inaugural Advances in Companion Diagnostics Congress, taking place on the 25-26 April 2017 in London. Over two days our event will bring together 300 senior level attendees from academia, research institutes and pharma companies to discuss the current challenges and future perspectives of companion diagnostics.
Contact
Danielle Dalby;     Email.: d.dalby@oxfordglobal.co.uk
Sujets apparentés
67.
 
Keystone Symposia - Aging and Mechanisms of Aging-Related Disease
ID
825266
Dates
15 mai 2017 - 19 mai 2017
Lieu
Yokohama, Japon
Résumé
Populations are aging rapidly worldwide, particularly in Asia, driving a strong interest in aging/longevity research. This Keystone Symposia meeting will capture the cutting-edge front of this exciting field of science, covering essential aspects of aging/longevity research, including critical signaling pathways and regulators, inter-tissue communication, stem cells, stress and damage responses, cellular senescence, physiological rhythms, human genetics and mental well-being (happiness). Because aging is a systemic phenomenon, it is important to address various layers of the aging/longevity-controlling hierarchy, particularly focusing on metabolic regulation, including mitochondria, NAD+, oxidative stress, inflammation, protein homeostasis, autophagy and many other age-associated pathophysiologies. The outcome of these studies needs to be translated to resolve social and economic issues caused by rapidly aging societies. Novel therapeutic and preventive interventions have been explored and developed as a growing attempt to meet the unmet needs of our aging societies, and these new aspects of aging/longevity research and the gaps in knowledge between the basic science and practical applications will also be covered in the meeting. There is a growing body of evidence that our modern lifestyle, such as the heavy use of blue light in smart phones and tablet computers, affects physiological rhythms and metabolism, promoting age-associated diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cancer and depression. Therefore, it is now time to think differently about what we can do to deal with all these problems in light of recent progress in this exciting field of science.
Contact
Tél.: [1 800-253-0685];     Email.: info@keystonesymposia.org
Sujets
Aging, Aging-Related Disease, Signal Transduction, Aging/Longevity Science, Mitochondria, Stem Cell Aging, Humoral Factors, Intertissue Communication, Rhythm, Stress, Epigenetic Changes, Age-Associated Complications
Sujets apparentés
68.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — Molecular and Cell Biology of Membranes
ID
813385
Dates
21 mai 2017 - 23 mai 2017
Lieu
EMBL Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The symposium focuses on bringing together experts in the field of lipid and membrane biology, including lipid metabolism & transport, lipid-protein interaction, lipid signaling and membrane contact sites - and review the recent advances and new emerging concepts.
Sujets apparentés
69.
 
EMBL Conference: BioMalPar XIII: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite
ID
839227
Dates
29 mai 2017 - 31 mai 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
Malaria remains one of the most significant global public health challenges, with more than 300 million clinical cases world-wide each year. The lack of an effective licensed vaccine and the continual emergence of drug-resistant malaria parasites make the search for new control and prevention strategies more important than ever. Malaria research is a highly collaborative field that depends on the contribution of unique resources, technologies and biological advances. Accessible and timely sharing of these advances through the establishment of new collaborations is vital for their translation into public health impact.
Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
70.
 
Biomedical Engineering: Problem solving using clinical and biomedical applications
ID
770690
Dates
06 jui 2017 - 08 jui 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Contact
Shara Cohen;     Email.: Sharacohen@euroscicon.com
Sujets
Tissue Engineering, Implants, Bionics, Biomaterials, Bioenegineering, Biomedical Engineering, Life Sciences,
Sujets apparentés
71.
 
EMBO Conference — Hijacking host signalling and epigenetic mimicry during infections
ID
817759
Dates
13 jui 2017 - 16 jui 2017
Lieu
Paris, France
Sujets
Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens | Chromatin & Transcription
Sujets apparentés
72.
 
EMBO Practical Course — Advanced electron microscopy for cell biology
ID
817738
Dates
13 jui 2017 - 23 jui 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Sujets
Cell & Tissue Architecture
Sujets apparentés
73.
 
EMBO Practical Course — Developmental neurobiology: From worms to mammals
ID
817758
Dates
18 jui 2017 - 01 jul 2017
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Sujets
Development | Neuroscience
Sujets apparentés
74.
 
EMBL Course: Fundamentals of Widefield and Confocal Microscopy and Imaging
ID
834669
Dates
19 jui 2017 - 23 jui 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
Light microscopy is the most widely used form of microscopy for life science research. The correct handling of the microscope and optimising image quality (e.g. contrast, resolution) as well as experimental design according to different applications are crucial to obtain the best results.

This course will provide the participants with an overview about the basics of microscopy (light and optics, contrast techniques and imaging). The confocal part will include multicolor, 3D- and time lapse imaging as well as spectral imaging, photobleaching (FRAP, FLIP, FLAP) and photoactivation techniques. Basic image analysis tools including measurement functions, colocalisation and spectral unmixing as well as 3D/4D image processing will be covered, both in theory and practice. The course will combine lectures with intense daily hands-on practices followed by discussions.

Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
Sujets apparentés
75.
 
American Society for Virology 2017 Annual Meeting
ID
651020
Dates
24 jui 2017 - 28 jui 2017
Lieu
Madison, WI, États-Unis
Sujets apparentés
76.
 
EMBL Course: Advanced Fluorescence Imaging Techniques
ID
834679
Dates
25 jui 2017 - 01 jul 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
This practical course will cover advanced light microscopy techniques and participants will learn how to derive qualitative and quantitative insights on molecular mechanisms in cells and developing organisms. Invited guest researchers together with experts from the EMBL and microscopy professionals will foster an intense information flow with a balance of lectures and practical workshops. The focus of the course will be on the use of fluorescence microscopy to obtain quantitative information about protein dynamics in living samples.
Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
Sujets apparentés
77.
 
EMBO|EMBL Symposium: New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology
ID
809581
Dates
27 jui 2017 - 30 jui 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
This symposium will cover a broad range of topics in prokaryotic biology, including antibiotic-related research, network biology, bacterial communities, cell biology, regulation & signalling, pathogenesis and evolution. Emphasis will be placed on novel approaches that drive each field or have the potential to revolutionise future research in microbiology.
Contact
Email.: events_cco@ocs.embl.org
Sujets
microbiology, symbiosis, systems biology, pathology, infection
78.
 
SEB Gothenburg — The Society for Experimental Biology’s Annual Meeting
ID
707987
Dates
04 jul 2017 - 07 jul 2017
Lieu
Gothembourg, Suède
79.
 
EMBO Workshop — Intercellular communication in development and disease
ID
817724
Dates
10 jul 2017 - 15 jul 2017
Lieu
Berlin, Allemagne
Sujets
Plant Biology | Signal Transduction
Sujets apparentés
80.
 
EMBL Course: Super Resolution Microscopy
ID
834645
Dates
10 jul 2017 - 15 jul 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
This advanced course on fluorescence super-resolution microscopy will cover the theory and practical application of current super-resolution microscopy techniques to biological questions. The participants will have sufficient time to use current super-resolution microscopes for Localisation Microscopy (e.g. dSTORM /GSDIM) and STED Microscopy with samples prepared during the course. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to plan an experiment using super-resolution microscopy, acquire high quality data at the microscope and analyse the images with state-of-the-art computational methods. Invited guest researchers together with experts from the EMBL and Leica Microsystems will ensure that all aspects are covered in depth.
Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
Sujets apparentés
81.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Mechanical Forces in Biology: From Force Production to Integrated Roles
ID
809602
Dates
12 jul 2017 - 15 jul 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The symposium aims to unite the field of mechanobiology, by bringing together world-leading experts in the generation and sensing of forces from the molecular scale to the organismal scale. An important emphasis will be the combination of physics and computer modelling with molecular genetics and live-imaging in vitro or in vivo. The field is currently expanding rapidly and we aim to provide a comprehensive overview of this progress as well as aiming to capitalise on the opportunities for new collaborations.
Contact
Email.: events_cco@ocs.embl.org
Sujets
mechanosensing, morphogenesis, modelling
82.
 
IUMS 2017 Singapore
ID
800856
Dates
17 jul 2017 - 21 jul 2017
Lieu
singapore, Singapour
Résumé
IUMS Congress 2017 is organised by Singapore Society for Microbiology and Biotechnology (SSMB).    Over the span of 5 days, it brings together three congresses:  International Congress of Bacteriology and Applied Microbiology, International Congress of Mycology and Eukaryotic Microbiology and International Congress of Virology, to provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and opinions of professionals from academia, industry and government and fostering international collaborations.
83.
 
ICIM4 — IV International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology
ID
839279
Dates
18 aou 2017 - 23 aou 2017
Lieu
Moscou, Russie
Résumé
The ICIM 4 is devoted to actual questions and the most important achievements in the field of invertebrate morphology; to a wide range of scientific problems including the synthesis of classical morphology with advances in molecular taxonomy and phylogeny, to evolutionary developmental biology; to investigations on the structure of different groups of invertebrates; to the problem of miniaturization and the evolution of larval forms; and to modern achievements in the field of functional morphology and paleontology. Special attention will be paid to modern approaches and methods of morphological and evolutionary studies
Contact
Yana Syskova;     Tél.: [+7(495)726-5135];     Email.: icim4@mkcongress.ru
Sujets
Congress symposia will be assigned to four broad topics (1) Recent advances in functional morphology; (2) Special invertebrate morphology; (3) Evolutionary theories; (4) Advanced Microscopy and Morphology.
Sujets apparentés
84.
 
WAAVP 2017 — 26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology
ID
811677
Dates
04 sep 2017 - 08 sep 2017
Lieu
Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Résumé
The World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology (WAAVP) was formally established on 16 August, 1963. It is the largest international veterinary parasitology organisation in the world, which is affiliated with the World Veterinary Association, cooperates with various national, international and affiliated organizations, such as WHO and FAO, in all matters concerning veterinary parasitology. The Association also plays important roles in preparing and publishing anthelmintic guidelines and participates in the development of the official VICH guidelines for anthelmintic testing.
Sujets apparentés
85.
 
EMBO Conference — Bacterial networks (BacNet17)
ID
817838
Dates
09 sep 2017 - 14 sep 2017
Lieu
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Espagne
Sujets
Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens | Signal Transduction
Sujets apparentés
86.
 
EMBO Workshop — To-B or not to-B: B-cells in health and disease
ID
817847
Dates
10 sep 2017 - 14 sep 2017
Lieu
Girona, Espagne
Sujets
Immunology
87.
 
EMBL Course: Microinjection into Adherent Cells
ID
834585
Dates
08 nov 2017 - 09 nov 2017
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
20% of the course programme covers lectures and tutorials on microinjection and corresponding microscopy techniques by experts in the field. 80% focuses on hands on practical work organised in small groups. This course is aimed at technicians and scientists interested in microinjection into adherent cells. Participants should have basic experience with cell culture and microscopy.
Contact
Tél.: [4962213878797];     Email.: marketing@embl.de
88.
 
3rd Zing Bacterial Cell Biology Conference 2017
ID
807019
Dates
14 nov 2017 - 17 nov 2017
Lieu
Tampa, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
We are proud to announce the 3rd Zing Bacterial Cell Biology Conference will take place in November 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Tél.: [00441223750020];     Email.: info@zingconferences.com
Sujets
Bacterial Cell Biology
89.
 
2017 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651295
Dates
02 dec 2017 - 06 dec 2017
Lieu
Philadelphia, États-Unis
Résumé
2017 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
Sujets apparentés
Page web
90.
 
American Society for Virology 2018 Annual Meeting
ID
757725
Dates
14 jul 2018 - 18 jul 2018
Lieu
University of Maryland, College Park, États-Unis
Sujets apparentés
91.
 
FoodMicro Conference 2018
ID
834650
Dates
03 sep 2018 - 06 sep 2018
Lieu
Berlin, Allemagne
Résumé
The FoodMicro 2018 Conference will take place in the Henry Ford Building of the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, from 3rd to 6th September 2018. The field of food microbiology has changed rapidly in the last decades and new methods help scientists all over the world to master the challenges of the 21st century. Socioeconomic changes necessitate changes in food production, supply, and handling. Previously unknown problems concerning spoilage and transmission of pathogens occur worldwide. Moreover, functional and novel foods gain importance and probiotic bacteria are in the focus of international research.

To merge these different research areas “Biodiversity of Foodborne Microbes” has been chosen as the common theme of the conference. Participants will be offered an excellent programme, demonstrating scientific diversity and subject depth. This will be achieved by utilizing the scientific expertise of the selected national and international committees, including the members of the International Committee on Food Microbiology and Hygiene (ICFMH).

Contact
Astrid Wilch;     Tél.: [4930204590];     Email.: foodmicro@mci-group.com
Sujets
Biodiversity of Foodborne Microbes
Sujets apparentés
92.
 
2018 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651305
Dates
08 dec 2018 - 12 dec 2018
Lieu
San Diego, États-Unis
Résumé
2018 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
Sujets apparentés
Page web

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