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1.
 
HCA — High Content Analysis & Phenotypic Screening
ID
760819
Dates
11 fév 2016 - 12 fév 2016
Lieu
San Diego, Californie, États-Unis
Résumé
Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Thirteenth Annual High-Content Analysis meeting, the premier event showcasing the latest advancements in HCA applications and technologies, returns to San Diego with a new program and two dedicated tracks. The High-Content Analysis track will focus on the next steps of technology development, including screening of 3D and physiologically relevant complex models, ultra-high resolution and high-throughput imaging, more advanced image analysis and data management, and new assays and applications. The co-located Phenotypic Screening track will address the advantages of phenotypic screening vs. target-based screening, and focus on assay development, selection of physiologically relevant models and subsequent target identification, as well as case studies of phenotypic screens from leading pharma.
Contact
Tél.: [7819725400];     Email.: chi@healthtech.com
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2.
 
Next Gen Immunology
ID
732964
Dates
14 fév 2016 - 16 fév 2016
Lieu
Rehovot, Israël
Résumé
Integration of Immune and microbiome genomics, while in its infancy, is rapidly transforming Immunology research. A first of its kind meeting will bring together multiple pioneers and leaders who are merging genomics, immunology and microbiome research in making important discoveries in clinical and basic immunology. The meeting will include three days of extensive, interdisciplinary and informal discussions. Our aim is to create a forum and ‘think tank’ enabling integration and sharing of knowledge in the emerging immuno-genomics field, hoping to define together the agenda of this new community for the next decade. The meeting will include presentation by over thirty invited speakers and of several selected abstracts, lively poster sessions, and many opportunities for interactions between leaders in basic research, pharma and the clinic.
Contact
Ayelet Rais;     Email.: ayelet.rais@weizmann.ac.il
3.
 
BioTech 23 — Flow Cytometry
ID
747696
Dates
23 fév 2016 - 26 fév 2016
Lieu
Bathesda, Maryland, États-Unis
Résumé
This four day lecture/laboratory workshop will cover various applications of flow cytometry in basic research. Selected lecture topics will provide a broad background about the functions of a flow cytometer; choice of fluorochromes; data analysis and presentation; technical protocols for flow cytometric procedures and troubleshooting during data acquisition and analysis.
Contact
Ashanti Edwards Ashanti Edwards Ashanti Edwards;     Tél.: [(301) 594 – 1475];     Email.: biotechtraining@faes.org
Sujets
Flow Cytometry, biotechnology, biology, genetic engineering, fluorochromes, data analysis, immunology, hematology, biochemistry, apoptosis,
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4.
 
T Follicular Helper Cells and Germinal Centers
ID
740029
Dates
26 fév 2016 - 01 mar 2016
Lieu
Monterey, États-Unis
Résumé
T Follicular helper CD4 T cells (Tfh) are the specialized providers of B cell help and are essential for germinal centers and most antibody responses. Germinal centers are the engines of rapid B cell evolution and have exquisitely complex cellular dynamics. Tfh differentiation is a multistage, multifactorial process. Tfh have recently emerged as major players in protective immunity to pathogens, generation of high-affinity and long-term antibody responses to vaccines, autoimmune diseases, allergies and even cancer. However, there are major gaps in our understanding of Tfh differentiation, Tfh function, germinal center function and the biological selection of high-affinity antibody responses in vivo in a variety of relevant anti-pathogen and autoimmune contexts. This conference will bring together scientists and physicians from a range of disciplines and disease models to elaborate the complex biology of Tfh cells and germinal centers and discuss emerging avenues to manipulate them in clinical settings. 
5.
 
PBC — The Probiotics Congress: Asia
ID
746260
Dates
29 fév 2016 - 01 mar 2016
Lieu
Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Résumé
This co-located congress will expand on our established microbiome series of events to explore the discovery and use of probiotics to treat and manage disease through a series of interactive presentations with leading academics and industry experts, panel discussions and an exhibition area allowing solution providers to showcase their products and services. We will look into the latest scientific findings as well as manufacturing protocols and regulations and how we can use probiotics to boost natural immunity and restore the microbiome.
Contact
Laura;     Email.: laura@globalengage.co.uk
Sujets
Probiotics, Gastroenterology, Inflammation, Immunology, Allergy Prevention, Cholestoral Reduction, Prebiotics, Nutraceuticals, Functional Foods, Synbiotics, Nutrigenomics, Nutrition, Diet, Disease, Microbiota, Microbiome, Dairy, Microbiology, Metagenomics, Metabolism, Gut-brain Axis, Health, Gut, Fecal Matter Transplantation, FMT, Dermatology, Autism, Diabetes, Cancer, Depression, Mental Health, Mental Illness, IBD, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Disorders, Crohn's Disease
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6.
 
The Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Congress: Asia
ID
746314
Dates
29 fév 2016 - 01 mar 2016
Lieu
Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Résumé
This co-located congress will build upon our established American and European meetings as well as last year’s highly-acclaimed Asia meeting to explore the interface between our evolving cultures, technologies and our microbiome through a series of interactive presentations with leading academics and industry experts, panel discussions and an exhibition area allowing solution providers to showcase their products and services. We will look into the latest scientific findings and see how we can develop microbiome research across the Asia-Pacific region and begin to look towards forging collaborations and commercializing this research.
Contact
Laura;     Email.: laura@globalengage.co.uk
Sujets
Probiotics, Gastroenterology, Inflammation, Immunology, Allergy Prevention, Cholestoral Reduction, Prebiotics, Nutraceuticals, Functional Foods, Synbiotics, Nutrigenomics, Nutrition, Diet, Disease, Microbiota, Microbiome, Dairy, Microbiology, Metagenomics, Metabolism, Gut-brain Axis, Health, Gut, Fecal Matter Transplantation, FMT, Dermatology, Autism, Diabetes, Cancer, Depression, Mental Health, Mental Illness, IBD, IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Disorders, Crohn's Disease
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Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit
ID
744562
Dates
03 mar 2016 - 04 mar 2016
Lieu
Los Angeles, États-Unis
Résumé
Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit to be held on 3 - 4 March 2016 in Los Angeles, California is designed to be an exclusive gathering of C Level executives to learn, discuss and debate the best practices in the industry to combat the strategic challenges being faced by the senior management of 30,000+ home healthcare agencies nationally. The summit will cover a variety of topics like regulatory scenario, technological upgrades, legal implications and the benefits of financial planning.
Contact
Ajay Nimbalkar;     Tél.: [+91 20 6708 0270];     Email.: ajay.nimbalkar@mnmconferences.com
Sujets
Healthcare, Home Healthcare, Medicare, Medicaid, eHealth,
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13th Virtopsy Course - BASIC
ID
745966
Dates
14 mar 2016 - 15 mar 2016
Lieu
Zurich, Suisse
Résumé
Virtopsy is a cross application domain that concerns forensic pathology, a part of public health. Specialists from various scientific disciplines including forensic pathology, radiology, anthropology, physics, crime scene investigation, engineering, and computer sciences are welcome to participate in the Virtopsy Course to improve their knowledge in the interdisciplinary field of imaging techniques and forensic medicine in lectures and workshops. The Virtopsy Basic Course is focused on postmortem CT and Surface Scanning. The Course involves lectures, discussions, and hands-on-sessions. The objective of the BASIC course is to provide basic knowledge of and skills in forensic imaging with a focus on post-mortem computed tomography and surface scanning. The objective of the ADVANCED course is to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills in forensic imaging with a focus on post-mortem CT, MR and angiography.
9.
 
BMP Signalling in Cancer
ID
784517
Dates
15 mar 2016 - 17 mar 2016
Lieu
Cambridge, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The aim of this focused meeting is to explore the mechanisms of BMP signal transduction and regulation of signalling, and discuss how genetic and epigenetic alterations result in aberrant signalling and how this leads to cancer. The BMP signalling pathway is a key therapeutic target and we will consider how to manipulate the pathway with small molecules or biologics. This conference will bring together researchers from academe and industry, and will be a great opportunity for those working on BMP signalling, cancer, stem cells, structural biology and drug discovery to share data and interact in a vibrant, but informal environment.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
Mechanisms of BMP signalling Deregulation of BMP signalling in cancer and therapeutic approaches Genetic and epigenetic alterations in BMP pathway components BMP signalling in disease
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Super Resolution Microscopy — BioTech 53: Super Resolution Microscopy: Principles and Methods
ID
782791
Dates
15 mar 2016 - 18 mar 2016
Lieu
Bethesda, États-Unis
Contact
Jithesh Veetil;     Tél.: [3014355258];     Email.: velichamthotuj@mail.nih.gov
Sujets
Super Resolution Microscopy represents a group of recently developed light microscopic techniques that are able to exceed diffraction-limited resolution (less than 200nm). This course will focus on three types of Super Resolution Microscopy- Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM), Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy (STORM), and Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED). In addition, students will be exposed to cutting-edge super resolution microscopes developed at HHMI Janelia Research Center through the AIC (Advanced Imaging Center). The AIC will showcase several instruments, including iPALM, lattice light sheet and live-cell TIRF-SIM. The course is designed for cell biologists with prior experience in light microscopy who wish to add super resolution microscopy to their research program. Participants will acquire both theoretical understanding of super resolution microscopy and practical experience using state-of-the-art super resolution microscopes. Lecture Topics Introduction to Super Resolution Microscopy; Advances in Super Resolution Microscopy; Theoretical Background of SIM, PALM/dSTORM, and STED Imaging; Advances in Fluorescent Protein and Organic Dye Technology; Applications of Super Resolution Microscopy using SIM and dSTORM; Challenges Associated with Obtaining Good SIM, STORM and STED Images; Potential Artifacts Common to Super Resolution Imaging. Laboratory Topics Working in groups of five, participants will rotate through multiple work stations. The following work stations are located on NIH campus: - Leica gSTED, GE- OMX SIM, Nikon N-STORM, Zeiss Elyra PALM/SIM, Zeiss LSM880-AiryScan, Shroff Lab - Instant SIM, Shroff Lab - Dual View Plane Illumination Microscope. Another three stations are located on Janelia Farm campus including iPALM, Lattice light sheet microscope, TIRF-SIM for live cell imaging. Complimentary transportation will be provided to and from the Janelia Farm campus. During the laboratory sessions, the following topics will be covered: - Introduction and Feature Highlights of the Instrument - Imaging Acquisition Procedures - Sample Preparation Requirements and Recommendations (Dye Choices and Imaging Solutions) - Imaging Data Analysis and Presentation - Trouble-shoot Common Problems in SIM Imaging - Acquisition of 2D and 3D STORM Images
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11.
 
13th Virtopsy Course - ADVANCED
ID
746009
Dates
16 mar 2016 - 18 mar 2016
Lieu
Zurich, Suisse
Résumé
Virtopsy is a cross application domain that concerns forensic pathology, a part of public health. Specialists from various scientific disciplines including forensic pathology, radiology, anthropology, physics, crime scene investigation, engineering, and computer sciences are welcome to participate in the Virtopsy Course to improve their knowledge in the interdisciplinary field of imaging techniques and forensic medicine in lectures and workshops. The Virtopsy Basic Course is focused on postmortem CT and Surface Scanning. The Course involves lectures, discussions, and hands-on-sessions. The objective of the BASIC course is to provide basic knowledge of and skills in forensic imaging with a focus on post-mortem computed tomography and surface scanning. The objective of the ADVANCED course is to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills in forensic imaging with a focus on post-mortem CT, MR and angiography.  
12.
 
Chromatin and Epigenetics
ID
739903
Dates
20 mar 2016 - 24 mar 2016
Lieu
Whistler, Canada
Résumé
The DNA of eukaryotic cells is organized into chromatin fibers, where the nucleosome is the basic repeating unit. Chromatin is thus at the core of fundamental processes such as gene regulation, stem cell fate determination and cancer. By and large, these topics have traditionally been covered by separated meetings. However, recent literature indicates that the boundaries among these various disciplines are becoming less clear. This meeting will bring together scientists studying chromatin structure, epigenetics, stem cell biology and cancer. The talks will cover a broad range of topics, including chromosome organization, long-range interactions, chromatin assembly, stem cell regulation/differentiation, RNA-based mechanisms and transcription regulation. Speakers have been selected to broadly reflect lessons learned from a variety of model organisms and experimental approaches. Young scientists will be able to present their work through a large number of short talks selected from submitted abstracts as well as through poster presentation. There will also be ample time for exchanging ideas and discussing novel hypothesis at the end of each session, as well as time for informal interactions and networking. 
Sujets apparentés
13.
 
Biomarker Summit 2016
ID
744589
Dates
21 mar 2016 - 23 mar 2016
Lieu
San Diego, États-Unis
Résumé
The Biomarker Summit 2016, to be held on March 21-23, 2016 in San Diego, CA at the Westin San Diego Hotel
Contact
Kristen Starkey;     Tél.: [6262566405];     Email.: infogtcbio@gtcbio.com
Sujets
Oncology Biomarkers, Neurological Biomarkers, Inflammatory & Immunological Biomarkers
14.
 
FEBS advanced lecture course — CURRENT ADVANCES IN PATHOGEN RESEARCH
ID
748264
Dates
21 mar 2016 - 26 mar 2016
Lieu
Yerevan, Arménie
Résumé
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the FEBS Advanced Lecture Course “Current Advances in Pathogen Research”, which will take place from March 21-26, 2016 in Yerevan, Armenia. Our course will cover a range of topics, from bacteria and viruses to parasites and immune response to pathogens. The course has poster sessions, where the participants can present and discuss their own work. Our pleasure to inform you that FEBS provides several accommodation grants (YTF grants) for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers for participating to this course.
Contact
Dr. Hovakim Zakaryan;     Tél.: [+37494465531];     Email.: febs2016@yba.am
Sujets
biology, microbiology, parasitology
Sujets apparentés
15.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Tumour Microenvironment and Signalling
ID
724225
Dates
03 avr 2016 - 06 avr 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
Many oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes have been identified and mapped to signaling pathways that regulate cell growth and death. Dysregulation allows oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes to transform mammalian cells and cancers arise in conditions where multiple such events occur in the same cell. Many proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressors have been mapped to canonical signaling pathways, providing a more holistic view of growth control mechanisms and paving the way for systems level analysis of cancer mechanisms.It has also been found that a subset of the cells present in a tumor, called cancer stem cells, retain the ability to self-renew and to give rise to all cell types in a particular cancer.

An emerging concept is that tumors also strongly depend on external signals for maintenance and expansion. To fully understand tumor development and progression, a deeper knowledge of the cross-talk between tumor cells and their microenvironment and the interactions between cancer cells and cancer stem cells is needed.

Aims of event

This symposium brings together researchers from complementing fields to enhance our understanding of the communication between cancer cells and their microenvironment. Important open questions are: Which signals do cancer cells transmit to and receive from the stroma and how do these signals promote malignant growth? What roles does the extracellular matrix play during neoplastic transformation? What is the contribution of immune cells to tumor progression? How is the inflammatory response of the tumor microenvironment regulated by the microbiota?

Contact
Email.: carolina.sabate@embl.de
Sujets
Signalling pathways in stroma and cancers, Cancer stem cells, Cancer and the immune system, Animal models of cancer, Therapeutical implications: from bench to bedside
Sujets apparentés
16.
 
The Grey Area: Ageing in Extracellular Biology and Pathology
ID
749518
Dates
04 avr 2016 - 05 avr 2016
Lieu
University of Chester, Royaume-Uni
17.
 
CTERP — INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CELL TECHNOLOGIES AT THE EDGE: RESEARCH & PRACTICE
ID
765554
Dates
06 avr 2016 - 08 avr 2016
Lieu
St. Petersburg, Russie
Résumé
Recent discoveries in stem cell field, most notably in pluripotent stem cell research, have opened tremendous opportunities for drug development, modeling of disease, and transplantation medicine.
Contact
Ekaterina Chernyakova;     Email.: info@cterp.org
Sujets
- Pluripotent and Adult Stem Cells - Stem Cell Genome Editing and Gene Therapies - Clinical Applications of Stem Cells - Stem Cells for Genome and Post-genome Techniques in Drug Discovery - Special Session & Round Table Stem Cells: from Bench to Clinics
Sujets apparentés
18.
 
MRAD EU — The 3rd Microbiome R&D and Business Collaboration Forum: Europe
ID
770191
Dates
11 avr 2016 - 12 avr 2016
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Through a series of interactive presentations with leading academics and industry experts, panel discussions and an exhibition area allowing solution providers to showcase their products and services, we will explore the interface between our evolving cultures, technologies and microbiome.
Contact
Laura;     Email.: laura@globalengage.co.uk
Sujets
microbiome, microbiota, human microbiome, human microbiota, gastroenterology, gastrology, nutrition, probiotics, dietetics, gut-brain axis, fecal matter transplantation, skin microbiome, skin microbiota, r&d, commercialisation, investment, gut, health, disease, diet, microbiology, bacteriology, prebiotics, gastrointestinal, research, microbial, microbiome event, microbiota event, microbiome conference, microbiota conference
Sujets apparentés
19.
 
PGC — The Plant Genomics Congress: Asia
ID
746305
Dates
11 avr 2016 - 12 avr 2016
Lieu
Kuala Lumpur, Malaisie
Résumé
Attracting experts working in all areas of plant sciences including next generation sequencing, genomics, phenomics, proteomics, bioinformatics and data management, the conference will examine the latest NGS platforms and Omic technologies suitable for progressing plant based research.The event focuses on aspects such as molecular marker development, breeding, crop/ trait improvement, disease/stress resistance, evolution studies and pathology as well understanding tools to overcome bottlenecks and enable successful data analysis and management.
Contact
Laura;     Email.: laura@globalengage.co.uk
Sujets
Next Generation Sequencing, NGS, Plant Science, Genomics, Phenomics, Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Data Management, Omics, Molecular Markers, Biomarkers, Breeding, Crop Improvement, Trait Improvement, Data Analysis, High Throughput Sequencing, HTS, Rice, Wheat, Maize, Barley, Soybean, Canola, Rapeseed, Aribidopsis, Palm Oil
20.
 
Integrating Hebbian and homeostatic plasticity
ID
776869
Dates
19 avr 2016 - 20 avr 2016
Lieu
Londres, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
This meeting will bring together computational and experimental neuroscientists to discuss how interactions between Hebbian plasticity and homeostatic plasticity occur and how they can be detected and interrogated at the systems level.
Contact
Naomi Asantewa-Sechereh;     Tél.: [+442074512515];     Email.: discussion.meetings@royalsociety.org
Sujets
Hebbian plasticity, homeostatic plasticity, neuroscience, visual systems
21.
 
3rdRC4Bs-2016 — 3rd Regional Conference on Biosensor, Biodiagnostics, Biochips and Biotechnology 2016
ID
744412
Dates
20 avr 2016 - 22 avr 2016
Lieu
Semeling, Malaisie
Résumé
Welcome to the 3rd Regional Conference on Biosensor, Biodiagnostics, Biochips and Biotechnology 2016 (3rdRC4Bs-2016). The conference is going to be organized by the AIMST University, Malaysia in collaboration with King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand; Universiti Malaysia Perlis, Malaysia and Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia. The conference will be held at the AIMST University, Kedah, Malaysia from 20–22 April 2016. The 3rdRC4Bs-2016 intends to provide a platform for scientists, researchers and students to share knowledge, challenges, recent advances and future perspectives in the multidisciplinary areas of biosensors, biodiagnostics, biochips and biotechnology.

The 3rdRC4Bs-2016 welcomes academicians, researchers, students, entrepreneurs and industry players to present their works in a friendly and supportive environment. Both international and local speakers in the forefront of biosensors, biodiagnostics, biochips and biotechnology will actively engage in this 3-day event.

The theme of the conference is “State-of-the-Art Achievements and Challenges in Biosensors, Biodiagnostics, Biochips and Biotechnology”.

The scope of the conference includes but not limited to the following:

*Biosensors

*Biodiagnostics

*Biochips

*Biotechnology

*Applications of biosensors, biodiagnostics and biochips in biotech industry

*Current challenges in biotech industry in using biosensors, biodiagnostics and biochips

*Emerging fields in biosensors, biodiagnostics, biochips and biotechnological innovations

Contact
Dr. Annie and Dr. Heera;     Tél.: [+604 429 8000 Extension: 8094/3012];     Email.: 3rdRC4Bs-2016@aimst.edu.my and 3rdRC4Bs.2016@gmail.com
Sujets
Biosensors, Biodiagnostics, Biochips, Biotechnology, Applications, biotech industry, challenges, Emerging fields, innovations, molecular biology, food, energy, fiber, sustainability, AIMST University, Semeling, Malaysia, Research
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22.
 
Cilia, Cytoskeleton and Cancer
ID
784503
Dates
25 avr 2016 - 26 avr 2016
Lieu
Edinburgh, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Emerging research has provided evidence of a fundamental link between cytoskeletal structures such as centrioles and cilia in the regulation of DNA repair and genomic instability.

This is highlighted by an increasing number of cancers/syndromes with clear ciliary connections such as Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome, Von Hippel-Lindau disease and Tuberous Sclerosis. Not only do cilia normally regulate many of the cellular signalling pathways commonly perturbed in cancer, but the ability to form cilia is lost in many transformed cells and it has been shown that the primary cilium can both mediate and suppress Hedgehog pathway-dependent tumourigenesis.

As the pivotal link between tumourigenesis and cilia function is emerging, this meeting will represent a timely opportunity to bring together researchers from the fields of cancer and cytoskeletal/cilia biology.

The format will allow invitation of speakers in cilia and cytoskeletal biology and speakers with specific interest in how these cellular processes influence the carcinogenesis process. Structured thematic sessions with talks describing fundamental cellular processes in cilia, cytoskeletal and tumour biology and how dysregulation of these processes can initiate disease, will culminate with talks aimed at the interplay between cilia, cytoskeleton and cancer and how these processes can be targeted therapeutically.

Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
Signalling pathways, Cilia and cancer, Ciliopathies, Cytoskeleton and cancer
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23.
 
From star and planet formation to early Life
ID
781446
Dates
25 avr 2016 - 28 avr 2016
Lieu
Vilnius, Lituanie
Résumé
The meeting will cover a multitude of scientific subjects ranging from star and planet formation until the early evolution of life on Earth. It aims to bring together astronomers, physicists, chemists, geologists and biologists as well as academics and students from humanities to discuss the most important questions and newest findings in all related disciplines. Special sessions will be devoted to comets, meteorites, prebiotic chemistry and early life.
Contact
Wolf Geppert;     Tél.: [++46855378649];     Email.: wgeppert@hotmail.com
Sujets
Astrobiology, star and planet formation, evolution, early Earth, philosophy, epistemology, comets, meteorites
24.
 
EMBL Conference: European Conference of Life Science Funders and Foundations
ID
739669
Dates
26 avr 2016 - 27 avr 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The 21 st century has been widely proclaimed as the “century of the life sciences”. Their impact is expected to profoundly alter the way we live. Not only will the life sciences reshuffle the demographic and individual outlook of Western societies as they help us live longer and better, they also address the other big challenges of mankind – understanding the complexities and preserving the variety of life on our planet, climate change, famine, as well as ecological and safe energy resources. The first European Conference of Life Science Funders and Foundations will explore opportunities to positively influence and accelerate the necessary discoveries and their transformation into applications that benefit us all.
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25.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — New Model Systems for Linking Evolution and Ecology
ID
721765
Dates
08 mai 2016 - 11 mai 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
This symposium focuses on the interface of ecology and evolutionary genetics, with special emphasis placed on the interaction between organisms as a basis for understanding ecological adaptation. New sequencing-based methods are bridging the gap between modern genetics and systems-level ecological studies. This is paralleled by dramatic improvements in imaging and remote sensing, with which one can capture both spatial and temporal components of dynamic interactions between individuals and their natural environment.
Contact
Email.: gwen.sanderson@embl.de
Sujets
genotype-phenotype map, inter organismal interactions, ecological genomics, evolutionary genetics, landscape genomics
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26.
 
Cell Culture Engineering XV
ID
721636
Dates
08 mai 2016 - 13 mai 2016
Lieu
Palm Springs, California, États-Unis
Résumé
This Cell Culture Engineering XV conference will bring together about 350 selected participants from top academic, industrial and governmental groups from all over the world. We will celebrate the tradition of high quality and relevant accomplishments and debate future solutions in the area of animal cell culture science and engineering. Consistent with this excellent tradition, the scientific program will consist of invited and solicited oral presentations, extensive poster sessions, and workshops. Future updates to this website will detail the scientific program topics and call for oral and poster presentation abstract submissions.
Contact
ARLENE CONWAY;     Tél.: [2125146760];     Email.: info@engconfintl.org
Sujets
engineering cell industrial antibodies monoclonal proteins academic viral vaccines
27.
 
PROTSTAB2016 — 11th International Conference on Protein Stabilisation
ID
742615
Dates
09 mai 2016 - 11 mai 2016
Lieu
Istanbul, Turquie
Résumé
The 10th International Conference on Protein Stabilisation jointly with the Section of Applied Biocatalysis of the European Federation of Biotechnology.
Contact
Baris BINAY;     Tél.: [00902128672500-1084];     Email.: binaybaris@gmail.com
Sujets
The meeting is dedicated to recent advances in the knowledge on protein stability and in the experimental approaches (molecular, technological and nanomaterial-based strategies) to improve this crucial property. Major topics will be: folding, stability and aggregation, bioinformatics, advanced methods of analysis, methods to improve stability and solubility, supports and reaction media, stability towards industrial application.
28.
 
ISBS — 23rd Annual International STRESS AND BEHAVIOR Neuroscience and Biopsychiatry Conference
ID
723866
Dates
16 mai 2016 - 19 mai 2016
Lieu
St-Petersburg, Russie
Résumé
An annual international event gathering scientists and psychiatrists from around the world to share an interest in stress-evoked brain disorders in both humans and animals.

Organized by: International STRESS AND BEHAVIOR Society

Conference language: English

Contact
NA Nutsa;     Tél.: [+1 240 899 9571];     Email.: isbs.congress@gmail.com
Sujets
stress, behavior, neuroscience, psychiatry, biopsychiatry, pharmacology, genetics, anxiety, mental health
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29.
 
Mechanisms of Recombination 2016
ID
770199
Dates
16 mai 2016 - 20 mai 2016
Lieu
Alicante, Espagne
Contact
Abcam Events;     Tél.: [+44 90) 1223 696000];     Email.: events@abcam.com
Sujets
Genome stability, chromatin, replication, recombination
30.
 
LIPID MAPS Annual Meeting 2016: Lipidomics Impact on Metabolic, Cancer, Cardiovascular and Inflammatory Diseases
ID
765627
Dates
17 mai 2016 - 18 mai 2016
Lieu
La Jolla, CA, États-Unis
Résumé
This is an exciting time for the emerging field of lipidomics. With the development and evolution of sophisticated mass spectrometers linked to highly efficient liquid chromatography systems, individual molecular species of lipids can now be isolated identified, and quantified, allowing us to begin to understand lipid metabolism and the treatment of lipid-based diseases (atherosclerosis, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, and other inflammatory diseases). Recent awareness that each category of lipid consists of thousands if not tens of thousands of individual molecular species requires sophisticated informatics to ensure consistent databasing and annotation of the numerous lipid molecular species and analysis of tremendous quantities of experimental data.
Contact
Email.: dennisoffice@ucsd.edu
31.
 
Mast Cells Conference 2016
ID
777318
Dates
17 mai 2016 - 20 mai 2016
Lieu
Varna, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
We are pleased to announce the 1st Zing Mast Cells Conference, which will be held at the International Hotel Casino & Towers Suites, Varna, Bulgaria.

The main goal of our International Conference is to create a space for the presentation, diffusion and discussion of advances on the development, function and signal transduction pathways of mast cells, on their physiological and pathological roles (allergy, inflammation, asthma, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, among others), on methodological approaches for the investigation of mast cell biology and on the potential of these cells as targets for new therapy strategies. All aspects of mast cell research field will be covered in this meeting, with emphasis on translational research and clinical applications.

The target audience for this program is basic, translational and clinical investigators from academic institutions and industry, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, clinicians and allied health professionals involved in mast cells research.

World-wide experts in the field of mast cells will share their knowledge through plenary and invited lectures. A significant portion of the program will include oral presentations selected from the submitted abstracts as well as a poster session to allow full interaction between the participants.

We believe this Conference will be a scientifically and socially rewarding, memorable and enjoyable experience.

Contact
Matthew Kirkby;     Tél.: [01223750020];     Email.: matthew.kirkby@zingconferences.com
Sujets
development, function and signal transduction pathways of mast cells, on their physiological and pathological roles (allergy, inflammation, asthma, cancer, neurodegenerative diseases, among others), on methodological approaches for the investigation of mast cell biology and on the potential of these cells as targets for new therapy strategies. All aspects of mast cell research field will be covered in this meeting, with emphasis on translational research and clinical applications.
32.
 
EMBO | EMBL Symposium — EMBO | EMBL Symposium: Microtubules: From Atoms to Complex Systems
ID
723090
Dates
29 mai 2016 - 01 jui 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The Microtubule field is broad and has progressively branched out into many different subdomains that only rarely enjoy occasions to communicate. Bringing together researchers from these different domains creates novel opportunities for interactions and collaborations, and is expected to catalyse new groundbreaking ideas that could significantly advance our understanding of the microtubule cytoskeleton in health and disease.
Contact
Carolina Garcia Sabate;     Email.: carolina.sabate@embl.de
Sujets
Tubulin pharmacology, Microtubule dynamic instability, Tubulin post-translational modifications and isotypes, Tubulin and microtubule structure, Microtubules in disease, Microtubules in neurons Microtubule motors, Microtubules in cell division, Microtubules in centrosomes, cilia, flagella, Evolutionary divergence of tubulin and microtubules, Non-motile microtubule-associated proteins, Microtubule biophysics and modelling
Sujets apparentés
33.
 
Salt & Water Stress in Plants
ID
745718
Dates
29 mai 2016 - 03 jui 2016
Lieu
Ormont-Dessus, Suisse
Résumé
Water availability is set to become the single most serious constraint on plant growth, crop yield and, hence, food security within the next two decades. We have seen substantial progress in recent years towards understanding how water stress and salinity affect these and related processes of development, nutrition, photosynthesis and pathogen defence. These developments challenge thinking and the approaches to mitigating the effects of water and salt stress in plants through crop engineering. They highlight many unknowns, including major signalling and genetic elements that must contribute to response integration in the plant. The Gordon Research Conference on Salinity and Water Stress in Plants brings together world-leading scientists researchers from academia and industry to address the most important of these recent developments and to discuss the opportunities they present for basic and applied research. In addition to invited speakers, there are opportunities for presentations to be selected from submitted abstracts and applications, ensuring that late-breaking developments are fully represented. A significant emphasis is placed on the breadth of impacts water and salinity have on plants, their relevance to food security around the world, and how information gained from model systems can be translated to crops. Topics include new advances in understanding stress signalling and transduction, ion and water homeostasis, molecular breeding and quantitative genetics, metabolomics, systems level analysis, as well as plant development, photosynthesis and whole-plant physiology.
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34.
 
EMBL Conference: Hematopoietic Stem Cells: From the Embryo to the Aging Organism
ID
739550
Dates
03 jui 2016 - 05 jui 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
The aim of the meeting is to bring together recognized experts and outstanding young team leaders around the central theme of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) production and regulation throughout life.  It will be essential to generate new hypotheses and to move forwards our understanding of HSCs, the key cell type for the continuous production of blood cells throughout life. Finally we wish to give the opportunity to European researchers, especially junior ones, to attend a cutting-edge conference dedicated to HSCs biology.
Sujets apparentés
35.
 
Autophagy: Molecular and Physiological Mechanisms
ID
744008
Dates
05 jui 2016 - 09 jui 2016
Lieu
Whistler, Canada
Résumé
Autophagy, an evolutionarily conserved pathway, is required for homeostasis, growth and survival in eukaryotic cells. Deregulation of autophagy is implicated in many human diseases, and mutations in autophagy genes are known to be a direct cause of severe human disorders. There are global efforts to understand the role of autophagy in disease pathogenesis and to develop therapeutic strategies to control the autophagic response. However, the latter is hampered by the lack of biomarkers, and disease-specific, selective autophagy targets. Overcoming this barrier in development of therapeutics will require a better understanding of basic autophagy biology. This meeting will specifically address the basic molecular pathway to increase our knowledge of the genes, proteins and signaling pathways involved in autophagy. The program will assemble experts in the molecular details of the diverse autophagic pathways and therefore provide clinicians and pharmaceutical companies with information to develop new, specific targets.
36.
 
FASEB Genome Engineering: Cutting-Edge Research and Applications
ID
786017
Dates
05 jui 2016 - 10 jui 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference discusses genome engineering and new technologies for the precise manipulation of genes and genomes in cellula and in vivo. In addition to its utility for advancing our understanding of basic biology, genome engineering has numerous real-world applications, ranging from correction of disease-causing mutations in humans to engineering plants that better provide fuel, food and industrial raw materials. The first clinical trials and patient treatments using genome engineering approaches are now a reality. The scope of this meeting is expansive, encompassing multiple approaches for modifying genomes – from transgenesis and gene targeting to the creation of synthetic genomes. The experimental models featured include bacteria, fungi, model organisms (e.g.—Drosophila, C. elegans, zebrafish, mice, rats), plants, humans, and animals including livestock. We anticipate that this diversity of approaches and experimental systems will create a stimulating meeting environment that will enable new insights and advance the field.
Sujets apparentés
37.
 
FASEB Cell Signaling in Cancer: from Mechanisms to Therapy
ID
785943
Dates
05 jui 2016 - 10 jui 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, CO, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference focuses on understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms of signaling in cancer in order to develop effective therapies. Specifically, the driving force behind this meeting is that understanding cancer at the molecular and cellular level opens the arena for novel therapeutic strategies. The meeting will cover cancer from the biochemical to the therapeutic level. Focus on genomics, spatial aspects of signaling, and patient data will be a new strength of the meeting, which formerly focused on lipid signaling in cancer. This conference broadens the mechanistic/biochemical aspect historically represented at the meeting to cover all signaling pathways relevant to developing therapies for cancer. The conference will provide ample opportunities for informal interaction to foster collaboration and promote the exchange of ideas
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [301.634.7010];     Email.: src@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
38.
 
FASEB Trace Elements in Biology and Medicine
ID
786238
Dates
05 jui 2016 - 10 jui 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will open with a session on “Metals in Human Disease” highlighting a keynote address from Ray Burk (Vanderbilt University), “Selenoprotein P and Its Role in Selenium Homeostasis.” Examples of other sessions are: “Metals in the Biosphere”; “Metalloregulation”; “Metal Imaging, Quantification and Speciation”;
Sujets
growth, development, physiology, nutrition, Micronutrients
39.
 
9th World Mycotoxin Forum & XIVth International Symposium on Mycotoxins and Phycotoxins
ID
632945
Dates
06 jui 2016 - 10 jui 2016
Lieu
Winnipeg, Canada
40.
 
EMBO Conference — Gene transcription in yeast: From chromatin to RNA and back
ID
739323
Dates
11 jui 2016 - 16 jui 2016
Lieu
Sant Feliu de Guixols, Espagne
Sujets
Chromatin & Transcription | RNA
41.
 
FASEB Calcium and Cell Function
ID
785935
Dates
12 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference focuses on calcium channels, signaling pathways and binding proteins in health and disease. Calcium is indispensable for normal cell function and is well studied in neuroscience and cardiovascular research, and is emerging as a highly relevant pathway in many other fields including microbiology and immunology. The conference is attended by leaders in the calcium field from around the globe. By including trainees and new investigators as speakers and poster presenters and by programming of career development workshops, the conference actively aims to nurture the next generation of scientists. Topics include: Imaging calcium signals in living tissues, Calcium in mitochondria & organelles, Store-operated calcium entry, Calcium in immunity & infection, Calcium channel structure & function, Cell physiology of calcium signals, Calcium in disease, Late-breaking topics in calcium signaling.
Sujets
cell biology, calcium signaling
Sujets apparentés
42.
 
Immunoreceptors
ID
786069
Dates
12 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference is a long lasting series of meetings and have excellent reputations among immunologists. The aim of this meeting is to provide in-depth coverage of recent advances in the field of immunoreceptors, in a highly interactive environment. Highlighting new developments on a variety of receptors that play key roles in the immune system, it will have a particular emphasis on antigen receptors, adhesion molecules, complement receptors, immunoglobulin family receptors and Fc receptors. This theme has enormous relevance for both academic research and biotech/pharmaceutical industries because the critical roles of immunoreceptors play in immune system and many new drugs reaching the clinic or in development are targeting immunoreceptors and/or associated ligands. The meeting will thus have a broad span from basic research to clinical application.
Sujets
Immunology, Inflammation, Autoimmunity
43.
 
FASEB Microbial Glycobiology
ID
786096
Dates
12 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Sujets
Glycobiology, microbiology
Sujets apparentés
44.
 
FASEB Ubiquitin & Cellular Regulation
ID
786160
Dates
12 jui 2016 - 17 jui 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference brings together leading international investigators in the field, junior scientists, and those who have recently entered the field of protein ubiquitination. Structural, molecular, and cellular biology continue to reveal both novel and common themes in protein ubiquitination. New discoveries continue to expand the basic and clinical potential of understanding Ub and Ubls, particularly in the areas of cancer biology, infectious diseases, muscle wasting, and neurologic diseases, and are driving efforts in drug discovery. Nine platform sessions and two poster sessions will reflect the broad diversity of research in the field and will include topics such as mechanisms of Ub conjugation and deconjugation, cell cycle and signaling, physiology and development, and pathology and therapy. Each session will include both invited speakers and those chosen from submitted abstracts to ensure good representation of those who are new to the field and/or young investigators. Lively and well-attended poster sessions offer a venue where students and postdoctoral fellows can exchange ideas with each other and with senior scientists.
Sujets apparentés
45.
 
American Society for Virology 2016 Annual Meeting
ID
651054
Dates
18 jui 2016 - 22 jui 2016
Lieu
Blacksburg, États-Unis
Sujets apparentés
46.
 
Germline Stem Cells Conference
ID
759793
Dates
19 jui 2016 - 21 jui 2016
Lieu
San Francisco, États-Unis
Résumé
Germline stem cells represent a uniquely critical type of stem cell that is essential for fertility and propagation of the species. The topic of germline stem cells has become an active area of study both in mammalian systems and in non-mammalian model systems including flies, worms and fish. Areas of current investigation include the origin and specification of germline stem cells during development, programming of the epigenome in germline stem cells to facilitate subsequent gametogenesis and post-fertilization embryonic development, mechanisms regulating the balance between self renewal and differentiation among progeny of germline stem cells, and the susceptibility of germline cells to environmentally induced disruptions that can affect fertility and/or disease states in subsequent generations. As this meeting will focus on topics at the intersections of these fields, it will include aspects of direct interest to many attendees of the ISSCR meeting, but will extend these topics in a targeted and synergistic manner to the areas of germline development, reproduction, and epigenetic programming.
Sujets apparentés
47.
 
Biological Methylation: Fundamental Mechanisms in Health and Disease
ID
785893
Dates
19 jui 2016 - 24 jui 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference is focused on the role of Methylation Dynamics in nuclear and cytoplasmic biological processes and how this modification impacts development, epigenetic cellular identity, tissue homeostasis and disease. Studies looking at how this chemical modification impacts nucleic acid and protein function across model systems and in disease models will be presented. These topics will be complemented with presentations on how methylation states are established, maintained, interpreted and inter-converted, along with their functional cellular consequences and how this translates into developmental and disease states. Since methylation has become a major therapeutic target in recent years, there will be a focus on the advancements in therapeutics and technologies used to quantitatively monitor this modification in cells and organisms.This conference will also be an excellent opportunity for scientists less familiar with methylation mediated signaling and epigenetics to learn how this rapidly evolving field could impact their research.
Sujets
Gene Expression, Cell Signaling, Genomics, Epigenetics
Sujets apparentés
48.
 
FASEB Renal Hemodynamics and Cardiovascular Function in Health and Disease
ID
786164
Dates
19 jui 2016 - 24 jui 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will focus on unpublished work that is state-of-the-art in study of cardiovascular and renal disease and hypertension. There will be sessions on both acute kidney disease and chronic kidney disease. One major focus will be the contribution of obesity and metabolic diseases to kidney disease and hypertension. New to the program is the inclusion of a session on developmental programming of cardiovascular-renal disease as many investigators are now finding that what happens in utero increases the risk for hypertension and cardiovascular-renal disease later in life. Top scientists will also present a session on genetics and epigenetics in the kidney, a current topic of interest. Sex steroids have been shown more recently to contribute to the mechanisms responsible for kidney disease and hypertension, and may explain why blood pressure in women is less well controlled than men and why men have a higher incidence in end stage renal disease. As NIH has now mandated the inclusion of both sexes/ genders in funded basic research studies going forward, the inclusion of topics in women or in sex/gender differences in our program is timely. Finally, the role played by T cells, inflammation, and other immunological pathways in renal disease and hypertension is an important research topic that has been steadily gaining in interest over the past several years, and a session will be included on this topic that will include some of the top scientists in the area.
Sujets apparentés
49.
 
3rd International Conference on Retinoids
ID
786141
Dates
19 jui 2016 - 24 jui 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
With the discovery of the nuclear retinoid receptors, retinoic acid receptors (RARs) and retinoid X receptors (RXRs), the retinoid field has been implicated in new areas of scientific inquiry including metabolism, metabolic diseases, and neurobiology. The demonstration that RXRs serve as master regulators and signal integrators facilitated transcriptional crosstalk with retinoids and other nuclear receptor superfamily members has broadened interest in retinoid biology and pharmacology. Efforts to study retinoid down-stream signaling effects accelerated discoveries made beyond the nuclear receptors themselves.Exciting examples are the of rexinoids to treat Alzheimer’s disease and the physiologic morphogen for T regulatory cells. Timely communication of cutting-edge insights in this field is needed to advance retinoid basic science and biology and to realize public health benefits from this.
Sujets
Retinoids, Cell Growth, Vitamin A
Sujets apparentés
50.
 
European Cytoskeletal Forum - Cell Adhesion and Migration
ID
784609
Dates
20 jui 2016 - 23 jui 2016
Lieu
Cambridge, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The annual meeting of the European Cytoskeletal Forum, this year organised as a focussed meeting of the Biochemical Society, UK, brings together new and established scientists from a wide range of disciplines, including biochemists, biophysicists and cell biologists to discuss recent advances in cell migration and adhesion. Topics covered include actin dynamics, cytoskeleton-membrane interactions, signalling in motility, adhesion, and migration during development and disease.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
Actin dynamics, Regulation of cell migration, Cell-matrix adhesion, Cell migration in disease, Cell migration during development
51.
 
CMS3 — Advanced Topics on Cell Model Systems
ID
789629
Dates
20 jui 2016 - 24 jui 2016
Lieu
Rome, Italie
Résumé
An intensive one week laboratory and lecturer school for PhD students and young researchers in the Eternal City Rome to facilitate an effective sharing and dissemination of new and innovative research ideas, strategies, focal points on cell model systems to promote pharmaceutical, pharmacogenomics, tissue engineering and computational research together with twelve outstanding scientists from different countries: Germany, Israel, Italy, Switzerland, United Kingdom. Fiftheen scientists of the Research Establishment of National Research Council (CNR) will impart practical exercises at laboratories on techniques in model membrane systems, optical microscopy, Raman and IR spectroscopy, nanostructures and biosensors, and dynamic molecular simulation. No other schools are present in Europe on this specific topic and mixing of theoretical and practical approaches.The school is certified as UNI EN ISO 9001:2000. The management respects the standard procedure and quality of international level. Participants must have a degree in either: Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biology or Medicine and a basic working knowledge of experimental research. Preference will be given to Ph.D. students and junior scientists under 35 and to those having not more then five years research experience. Applicants should send their current CV to the School Secretariat by email to: cms3.cnr@gmail.com , together with a formal signed letter of recommendation from a Professor who is aware of their work. The CV should include details of academic qualifications and a list of scientific publications as well as a short description of their current scientific research. Closing date for applications: May 6th, 2016. Registration fee:150 eur per person. It includes all academic sessions, course material, daily coffee-break and lunch (without drinks), social programme and certificate of completation.
Contact
Alfonsina Ramundo Orlando;     Tél.: [+39 (0)6 45488213];     Email.: cms3.cnr@gmail.com
Sujets
Cell model systems, Biophysics, Pharmacology, Imaging, Bio-sensors, Molecular Dynamic Simulations
52.
 
ISSCR — International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) 2016 Annual Meeting
ID
760033
Dates
22 jui 2016 - 25 jui 2016
Lieu
San Francisco, États-Unis
Résumé
The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) is an independent nonprofit organization and the voice of the stem cell research community. The ISSCR was founded in 2002 to foster the exchange of information on stem cell research and now claims more than 4,100 members worldwide. The ISSCR Annual Meeting provides an opportunity to learn of groundbreaking research from all areas of stem cell science. The meeting attracts over 3,500 stem cell research professionals each year and provides an excellent forum for scientists to present and discuss their latest research with participants from academic, industry and government settings from around the world.
Sujets apparentés
53.
 
Metabolic Engineering
ID
737618
Dates
26 jui 2016 - 30 jui 2016
Lieu
Kobe, Japon
Résumé
The Metabolic Engineering Conference is the leading conference for sharing the state-of-the-art developments and achievements made in the field of metabolic engineering. Sessions integrate the recent achievements made in the fields of systems biology, synthetic biology, biochemical engineering, synthetic enzyme, evolutionary engineering, integrated omics, tools and methods, and emerging techniques, healthcare, biofuels, chemicals and materials, biologics, microbial and mammalian systems, and other disciplines and applications. Plenary lectures are planned to show potential future trends.
54.
 
FASEB Liver Biology - Fundamental Mechanisms and Translational Applications
ID
786011
Dates
26 jui 2016 - 01 jul 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
A key focus of this conference is to encourage scientific exchange and discussions between attendees with dedicated time slots for discussions and several
Sujets apparentés
55.
 
SEB Brighton — The Society for Experimental Biology’s Annual Meeting
ID
707944
Dates
04 jul 2016 - 07 jul 2016
Lieu
Brighton, Royaume-Uni
56.
 
Summer school „Biosignatures and the search for life on Mars“
ID
781518
Dates
04 jul 2016 - 16 jul 2016
Lieu
Akureyri, Islande
Résumé
The summer school "Biosignatures and the Search For Life on Mars", which will be held in Iceland from 4 to 16 July 2016, aims to cover the subject of the search for life in different environments, both on early Earth, below Earth's surface and on Mars. It will bring together students and researchers from a multitude of different fields. It is co-organised by the Nordic Network of Astrobiology, the European Astrobiology Campus, and the EU COST Action "Origins and Evolution of Life on Earth and in the Universe". Field studies on the colonisation of lava fields and Mars analogue landscapes will complement the lectures.
Contact
Wolf Geppert;     Tél.: [++46855378649];     Email.: wgeppert@hotmail.com
Sujets
Astrobiology, Mars exploration, Biosignatures, microbiology, Life in extrenme environments
57.
 
Translation UK 2016
ID
784552
Dates
05 jul 2016 - 06 jul 2016
Lieu
Guildford, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Translation UK is a well-established meeting that has, for more than 20 years, served as a focal point for a significant sc​ientific research community, attracting world-leading researchers and providing highly relevant networking opportunities and dissemination of current research to a wide audience in both formal and informal settings.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
RNA, microRNA, ribosomes, genetics
Sujets apparentés
58.
 
The Metabolic Role of the Lysosome and Nutrient Sensing Conference 2016
ID
721200
Dates
09 jul 2016 - 12 jul 2016
Lieu
Cambridge, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
We are proud to announce the first Zing Metabolic Role of the Lysosome and Nutrient Sensing Conference shall take place in Cambridge, UK in July 2016

This conference will present an overview of recent progress in the understanding and management of lysosomal storage disorders. Internationally renowned scientists will cover subjects ranging from the basic biology and pathophysiology of this group of disorders to discussions of animal models, genetics, advancements in treatment, and pharmacoeconomic challenges posed by rare diseases in general and lysosomal disorders in particular.

Contact
Evie Hartley;     Tél.: [01223750020];     Email.: evie.hartley@zingconferences.com
Sujets
lysosomal storage disorders, pathophysiology, pharmacoeconomic.
Sujets apparentés
59.
 
Astrobiology Australasia Meeting
ID
772604
Dates
10 jul 2016 - 12 jul 2016
Lieu
Perth, Australie
Résumé
Conference themes: Contributions in the general fields of astrobiology will be considered but we particularly welcome offers of presentations on the following special themes: Science Outreach and Education in Astrobiology, Space exploration and astronomy, includes SETI, Life signs on Early Earth, Proof of Biogenicity – advances in technology for positive signal returns, Modern analogues of early life.
60.
 
FASEB's Post-Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression: mRNA Decay
ID
786073
Dates
10 jul 2016 - 15 jul 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will present the very latest developments in this field, with talks by leading international experts working with both prokaryotic and eukaryotic models. This unique blend from the two communities is always much appreciated by attendees of this meeting and one of its main highlights. The topics covered will include events occurring at both the 5' and 3' ends of mRNA related to decay, the links between translation, quality control and mRNA stability, and the relationship between RNA degradation and disease. Two full sessions will be devoted to mechanisms of sRNA, CRISPR RNA and miRNA regulation and how they pertain to mRNA stability.There will be a total of 9 very broad-ranging sessions over the 4 days, with 36 invited speakers at the top of their fields and two internationally renowned keynote speakers, Chris Lima and Jörg Vogel. Speakers are encouraged to present their most recent and unpublished data. There will be two poster sessions and 2-3 additional speakers per session will be chosen to give oral presentations, based on the submitted abstracts.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
mRNA, Gene Expression, RNA Decay
Sujets apparentés
61.
 
FASEB's Molecular Biophysics of Membranes
ID
785914
Dates
10 jul 2016 - 15 jul 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will focus on biophysical and structural principles explaining molecular mechanisms in membranes and underlying membrane structure and function. Membranes form the defining boundaries of cells and their organelles. Biologists will learn about cutting edge biophysical techniques of membrane biology and biophysicists will learn about the latest developments in diverse biological fields of membrane systems, including many that are related to human diseases such as membrane signaling in cancer, membrane transport in cardiovascular disease and diabetes, synaptic transmission and amyloid deposition in neurological and neurodegenerative diseases, and entry pathways, antibiotic resistance, and immune response in infectious diseases. A specific
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Biophysics, Structural Biology
62.
 
FASEB Retinal Neurobiology and Visual Processing
ID
786269
Dates
10 jul 2016 - 15 jul 2016
Lieu
Keystone, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference is one of the premier meetings on retinal circuitry, development, and processing. This conference will feature long platform talks by internationally known researchers, junior faculty, and advanced postdoctoral fellows. Postdocs and graduate students are strongly encouraged to present posters. Selected postdoctoral poster presenters will be promoted to short talks. Selected graduate student poster presenters will be invited to feature their work in short
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
63.
 
Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2: Ten Years Along the Road to Therapeutic Intervention
ID
784584
Dates
11 jul 2016 - 13 jul 2016
Lieu
Greenlands, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Mutations in Leucine Rich Repeat Kinase 2 are the most common genetic cause of Parkinson’s disease, making this multidomain enzyme one of the most promising drug targets for Parkinson’s. Following ten years of cellular research into LRRK2, this meeting will take stock of the current state of our understanding of the genetics, cellular function and pharmacology of LRRK2, and look to the future of drug development targeting this complex protein.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
LRRK2, genetics, phenotype, pathology, disease, Parkinson's, enzymology, drug discovery
Sujets apparentés
64.
 
Cell Symposia: Transcriptional Regulation in Development and Disease
ID
737718
Dates
16 jul 2016 - 18 jul 2016
Lieu
Chicago, États-Unis
Résumé
We hope that you will be able to join us in Chicago in June, as we continue to bring together researchers working in developmental biology with those studying the specific molecular and cellular mechanisms of transcriptional regulation in the context of disease.
Sujets apparentés
65.
 
FASEB SRC: Smooth Muscle
ID
786105
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
Lisbonne, Portugal
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference showcases internationally-recognized investigators using state-of-the-art technologies in genetics, bioinformatics, transgenesis, imaging, and high throughput “omics” (e.g., proteomics). As smooth muscle dysfunction underlies many acute and adaptive disease processes such as cardiovascular disease, asthma, kidney failure, incontinence, and inflammation, the investment of the field with newer technologies and developments has created an extremely healthy and interactive environment at the meeting. The program has been designed to promote attendance of smooth muscle biologists working on a wide range of areas and smooth muscle types. Our goal is to have graduate students, scientists, post-doctoral fellows, and physician-scientists attend the meeting.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
66.
 
FASEB SRC: The Biology of Calpains in Health and Disease
ID
785923
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference brings together calpain researchers dedicated to elucidating the molecular, cellular and physiological functions of these proteases. Dysregulated calpain activity plays important roles in many diseases, including diabetes, muscular dystrophy, cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, neurodegeneration and cancer. This conference brings together leading experts and trainees to present and discuss their latest unpublished findings, including identification of novel calpain substrates and elucidation of how calpain cleavage affects their functions; as well as examples of how dysregulated calpain activity contributes to diseases and preclinical model studies investigating how blocking calpain may provide therapeutic benefits. Session topics will include: bioinformatics of calpain substrate identification; measuring calpain activity in vivo and in vitro; calpain in autophagy; calpain in programed cell death; calpains in neural development and degeneration; calpain in cardiovascular disease and aging; calpain in cancer; and calpastatin and other calpain inhibitors. In addition to selected invited speakers, additional talks will be selected from abstracts.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Calcium Signaling, Proteolytic Enzymes, Thiol-Proteases
Sujets apparentés
67.
 
Neural Mechanisms in Cardiovascular Regulation: Novel Research and Disease Treatment Strategies
ID
785955
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
Saxtons River, Vermont, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will include a wide range of topics that impact neural regulation of cardiovascular and respiratory function including mood and anxiety disorders, immune function and autoimmunity, metabolic factors related to diabetes and obesity, novel angiotensin signaling mechanisms, and beneficial and detrimental effects of exposure to hypoxia. By exploring the intimate interactions of neurons and glia, the conference will also explore non-neuronal mechanisms related to neural control of cardiovascular function. The conference will bring together pioneering established researchers with junior researchers of the next generation to interact in poster sessions, panel discussions, and social gatherings to promote future exploration of neural regulation of cardiovascular function.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
68.
 
FASEB SRC: Matricellular Proteins in Development, Health, and Disease
ID
786020
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference is the only international meeting that focuses on the full profile of matricellular proteins and stands alone as being the single opportunity for the matricellular biology community to come together to share ideas and facilitate cross-fertilization of ideas. Interaction with scientists from around the globe on this topic is particularly advantageous for the career development of young researchers and for researchers with newly developed interests in matricellular signaling. With the emphasis placed on bringing together representatives from various fields of study, scientists can be exposed to the preceding knowledge base of the field and also have an opportunity to cross-fertilize their own research with a renewed perspective.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Cell Biology, Extracellular Matrix
Sujets apparentés
69.
 
FASEB's Protein Kinase Signaling Network Regulation
ID
786100
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference highlights the importance and growing interest in kinases and protein phosphorylation mediated signaling networks in cancer continues unabated, as the successful therapeutic targeting of several kinases (e.g. EGFR, BCR-Abl, EML4-ALK) in the clinic has expanded both the discipline and the pharmaceutical industry. Advances in the protein kinase and protein phosphorylation fields over the last few years have begun to transform our understanding of how signaling regulates cell biological responses.Specific topics include: structural insights on receptor tyrosine kinase regulation, non-catalytic functions of protein kinases, receptor tyrosine kinase cross-talk and the impact on therapeutic development, novel tools developed through protein engineering to monitor and control signaling network activation, and new analytical technologies for quantifying signaling network activation,
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Cell Signaling, Kinase Regulation, Signaling Pathways/Networks
Sujets apparentés
70.
 
FASEB SRC: Protein Phosphatases
ID
786165
Dates
17 jul 2016 - 22 jul 2016
Lieu
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference focuses on emerging roles of protein phosphatases in normal physiology and pathological conditions, serving as a forum to feature fundamental advances in structure, signaling mechanisms, and regulation and new insights on the roles of phosphatases in processes and systems ranging from the cell cycle, development and metabolism, to the immune and nervous systems. These session topics are integrated with talks describing rapidly expanding linkages between protein phosphatase dysfunction/dysregulation and human diseases and disorders, and highlight the potential and the challenge of protein phosphatases as therapeutic targets. It seeks to engage trainees, inspire scientific interactions and exchanges between early career and established investigators, and to continue its productive tradition of sharing expertise and seeding new collaborations. Selected oral presentations from abstracts, two poster sessions, informal “meet the expert” lunches and interaction times provide numerous opportunities for active participation and discussions.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Phosphates, Biochemistry, Cell Biology
Sujets apparentés
71.
 
EMBL Conference: Microfluidics 2016
ID
772778
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 26 jul 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
Microfluidics is a quickly growing, highly interdisciplinary field at the interface of physics, engineering, chemistry and biology. Over the past years microfluidic approaches have been used for a variety of applications, including chemical synthesis, nucleotide sequencing, functional genomics and single molecule/ single cell/ single organism studies.  The EMBL Microfluidics Conference 2016 aims to bring together top researchers in the field and to spark scientific exchange, also across different disciplines.
72.
 
FASEB SRC: IgE and Allergy, 50 Years & Onward
ID
786037
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will cover all aspects of IgE biology, including IgE structure and receptor interactions, biogenesis and regulation of IgE, the biology of IgE effector cells such as mast cells and basophils, the role of IgE in allergy and immunity, and the prospects for IgE-targeted therapeutic intervention in allergic disease. It will feature critical aspects of physiology and pathology related to allergic disease, such as the contributions of other immune effector cells, animal models, and the process of translation from bench to clinic. A number of oral presentations will be selected from the abstracts, and the selected talks, poster presentations, and recreational activities will provide students and postdoctoral fellows opportunities to exchange ideas and formulate new collaborations.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Allergy, Immunology, Mast Cells, IgE, Structural Biology
73.
 
FASEB SRC: Lipid Droplets: Dynamic Organelles in Metabolism and Beyond
ID
785990
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This SRC will bring together researchers in these lipid droplet-related fields and will capture the ongoing excitement and rapid expansion of lipid droplet research. There will be cutting-edge presentations on the biophysics of lipid droplets, on lipid droplet biogenesis and turnover, on the role of lipid droplets in exercise physiology and in various diseases, as well as on their industrial use for the production of biofuels and bioplastics. This meeting continues to represent THE major international meeting dedicated to lipid droplets.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Energy Metabolism, lipids, Obesity
74.
 
FASEB SRC: Translational Neuroimmunology: From Mechanisms to Therapeutics
ID
786093
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will bring a greater understanding of the biochemical and molecular mechanisms underlying diseases associated with dysfunction in the neuroimmune system will undoubtedly facilitate the translational aspect of this field as novel therapeutic targets are moved towards human clinical trials. This will be facilitated by cutting-edge talks from scientists with international reputations on the topics of 1) CNS Metabolism and the Microbiome; 2) Inflammation in the Peripheral Nervous System; 3) Stem Cells and Neuroinflammation; 4) Neuroinflammatory Mechanisms of Demyelinating Diseases; 5) Immunity and Neurodegenerative Diseases; 6) Pre-clinical Studies for CNS Neuroinflammatory Diseases; 7) Neuroinflammation and Neurotrauma; 8) Neuroinflammation and Host Defense; and 9) The Many Faces of Microglia. In addition, this SRC will host a pre-meeting workshop entitled
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
75.
 
FASEB SRC: Protein Folding in the Cell
ID
786123
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
Saxtons River, Vermont, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference is devoted to bridging the gap between understanding how proteins fold and the consequences for the cell should they misfold. The conference serves as a highly successful model for an interdisciplinary gathering that is rapidly pushing forward a frontier of scientific research, that is developing a scientific workforce trained at interfaces between classical disciplines, and that is leading to the development of new insights and therapeutic strategies to abrogate human diseases related to protein misfolding. The overall goals of the conference are to: Facilitate new collaborations amongst scientists in diverse disciplines who study protein folding; Stimulate new scientific directions by exposing investigators to emerging concepts and technologies; develop new approaches to identify and treat diseases arising from defects in protein conformation; and Enhance opportunities for women, members of underrepresented minorities, and younger scientists to succeed and contribute to the field.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
76.
 
FASEB SRC: Skeletal Muscle Satellite Cells and Regeneration
ID
786140
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
Keystone, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
The overall scientific objective of this FASEB Science Research Conference is to provide a forum for cutting-edge work in muscle satellite and stem cells, including regulatory mechanisms controlling normal and abnormal functions of muscle stem cells in regeneration, homeostasis, hypertrophy, aging and disease. It is the only conference specifically focused on muscle satellite cells and regeneration, in spite of the recent emergence of muscle stem cells as arguably one of the most accessible and well-established stem cell models available for investigating stem cell quiescence and heterogeneity, tissue growth, regeneration, aging and disease. Scheduled sessions include: Satellite cell lineage specification & progression; Extracellular signaling; Intracellular signaling; Roles of MRF & PAX transcription; Chromatin and transcription; Noncanonical satellite/stem cells; Disease and aging; and Translation and industry. Work presented by invited speakers will be largely unpublished, making this meeting an excellent opportunity to gain a current perspective on work being done across the field.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
77.
 
FASEB SRC: Virus Structure and Assembly
ID
786202
Dates
24 jul 2016 - 29 jul 2016
Lieu
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference will integrate viral genomics, molecular virology, biophysical virology, and structural virology. Invited speakers will showcase diverse approaches to study virus assembly and structure, viral replication, entry into host cells (infection) the interactions and co-evolution between viruses and hosts, and the deep connections between viruses from all kingdoms of life. The meeting will address recent developments in the area of structure determination, such as in single particle electron-microscopic image reconstruction, tomography and asymmetric reconstruction where advances continue to be rapid and exciting. The diversity of the scientific program and the ample opportunity for interactions among attendees encourages the development of new cross-disciplinary collaborations.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
78.
 
80th Harden Conference: Machines on Genes IV - Mechanisms of Actions of Large Macromolecular Machines on Genes Across Biological Scales
ID
784583
Dates
31 jul 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Macclesfield, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The 2016 M.O.G. meeting brings together a highly interdisciplinary group of scientists with the common goal of dissecting the operating principles of large macromolecular machines acting on nucleic acids, using structural and functional approaches across all biological length and time scales. The meeting showcases recent advance in the field, with an emphasis on mechanistic insights using a diverse range of approaches. This meeting brings together scientists from different disciplines, and we expect a strong synergy between the participants from different continents.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
nucleic-acid biology, macromolecular,
79.
 
FASEB SRC: The Lung Epithelium in Health & Disease
ID
786087
Dates
31 jul 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Saxtons River, Vermont, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference presents emerging areas of scientific interest in lung epithelial biology in development, homeostasis, and disease.This conference will highlight the latest developments in epithelial barrier maintenance and its disruption during acute lung injury; promote the understanding the impact of the cystic fibrosis gene on host defense to pulmonary infections; connect new insights in the fields of ER stress and cell senescence to the vulnerable pulmonary epithelium of individuals at risk for pulmonary fibrosis; dissect the biological distinctions between epithelial proliferation as a repair mechanism and tumorigenesis; present the impact of the newest tools in single cell analysis on understanding lung development, repair, and disease; and characterize epithelial-mesenchymal interrelationships that maintain lung homeostasis and orchestrate repair and regeneration. The entire program has been designed to achieve a better understanding of the key clinical research issues and how they relate to basic mechanistic investigation.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
80.
 
FASEB SRC: Immunological Aspects of Obesity
ID
786136
Dates
31 jul 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Big Sky, Montana, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Conference focuses on the interactions between obesity and immune cells, focusing in particular on how inflammation in various organs influences obesity and obesity-related complications. Obesity, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes have increased at epidemic proportions over the past several decades. In this context, the organizers have brought together a wide and diverse range of leaders in the fields of immunology, inflammation, and obesity, to share their latest findings on this evolving field. Individual sessions will focus on the separate roles of adaptive and innate immunity in immunometabolism; how obesity affects inflammation in organs such as the gut, the brain, and the liver; how inflammation develops with aging, and how it resolves; and how obesity-related inflammation promotes cancer. There will be opportunity for poster presentations and social and recreational activities, to promote discussion and networking amongst attendees, including students and post-doctoral fellows.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
81.
 
FASEB SRC: Phospholipid Signaling in Cancer, Neurodegeneration and Cardiovascular Disease
ID
786102
Dates
31 jul 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference focuses on new developments in the biology of lipid signaling with an emphasis on cancer, neuronal and cardiovascular diseases. The emphasis will be on molecular, cellular, structure/function and enzymatic mechanisms of physiological signaling pathways and how defects in these pathways contribute to the biology and pathophysiology of cancer, neurodegeneration and cardiovascular disease.The 2016 meeting brings together a wide range of leading investigators from across the globe. The scope of their subjects is vast, encompassing studies at the level of single proteins as well as the pathophysiology of complex disease. The program will highlight inter-disciplinary approaches and how major advances in biophysical, proteomic, genomic, imaging, modeling and therapeutic approaches are driving the field. The discussion forums and recreational activities will provide all participants extensive opportunities to exchange new ideas and forge new collaborations in a supportive interdisciplinary environment for participants at all stages of their research profession.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets apparentés
82.
 
FASEB SRC: Yeast Chromosome Structure, Replication and Segregation
ID
786289
Dates
31 jul 2016 - 05 aou 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
Yeast systems continue to provide key biological insights and technical breakthroughs that drive progress in the fields of DNA replication, recombination and repair, chromatin structure, spindle assembly and regulation, kinetochore structure and function, telomere biology and nuclear organization. This FASEB Science Research Conference brings together leaders in these fields, young up-and-coming faculty and the students and postdocs who are actually doing the work to share the most current technical and conceptual advances, meet their colleagues from across the globe and establish new collaborations. A tradition of international participation—with strong participation from Asia and Europe—ensures broad representation of ideas. Building on a long series of successful meetings, this meeting is known as
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
83.
 
FASEB SRC: Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, and One-Carbon Metabolism
ID
786018
Dates
07 aou 2016 - 12 aou 2016
Lieu
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This FASEB Science Research Conference has embraced an integrative philosophy that brings together basic researchers, physician scientists, and policy makers to share cutting edge research and to discuss its ramifications for health at both the personal and population levels. In addition to updates on new findings related to the fundamental biochemistry of folates, B12, and one-carbon metabolism, session topics will focus on the intersection of one-carbon metabolism and lipid metabolism, the emerging roles of factors such as hydrogen sulfide and choline-related metabolites in health, the effects of B vitamin deficiencies and excesses during in utero and post-natal development on adult phenotypes, the influence of one-carbon metabolism on the brain in development and aging, new developments in the area of cancer therapeutics and drug delivery, and the potential impact of excess folic acid exposure on health.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
84.
 
FASEB SRC: KLF and Sp Transcription Factors in Disease and & Regenerative Medicine
ID
786024
Dates
07 aou 2016 - 12 aou 2016
Lieu
Snowmass Village, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This meeting will focus on the genetics, biochemistry, and biology of Krüppel-like factors (KLFs) as well as their structurally and functionally related, Specificity Proteins (Sps) along with their impact on human diseases. Significant efforts will be given to discussing the application of KLF/SP-based tools to gene editing and cell-based therapies for regenerative medicine (iPS cells). The interaction fostered during this meeting will fuel subsequent collaborations, lead to the design of new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for broad array diseases. This is truly and international meeting which counts with a confirmed list of speakers from USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. A large number of oral presentations will be selected from the abstracts, and the selected talks, poster presentations, and recreational activities will provide students and postdoctoral fellows opportunities to exchange ideas and formulate new collaborations.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Kruppel-like Factors, Regenerative Medicine, Molecular Biology
Sujets apparentés
85.
 
FASEB SRC: Functional Disulfide Bonds in Health and Disease
ID
785975
Dates
14 aou 2016 - 17 aou 2016
Lieu
Steamboat Springs, Colorado, États-Unis
Résumé
This conference will focus on the functional disulfides that contribute to regulation of thrombosis, inflammation and immunity in mammals. How protein function in these systems is regulated by disulfide bond cleavage and the factors that cleave the bonds will be discussed. The chemistry and molecular dynamics of cleavage of functional disulfides will be addressed, and the bioinformatic and experimental approaches used to identify and study these bonds will be examined. Some functional disulfides have been linked to human disease and progress is being made on ways of targeting these bonds for new diagnostics and therapies. Small molecule inhibitors of the factors that cleave functional disulfides are in pre-clinical and clinical development.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
Sujets
Disulfide Bonds, Thiol-Disulfide, Thrombosis, Inflammation
Sujets apparentés
86.
 
Summer school “Volcanism, Plate Tectonics, Hydrothermal Vents and Life”
ID
781506
Dates
23 aou 2016 - 01 sep 2016
Lieu
Angra do Heroísmo, Portugal
Résumé
The course aims to give participants a thorough introduction into influence of volcanism, plate tectonics on life and the role of hydrothermal vents in the emergence of life. It is co-organised by the European Astrobiology Campus, the Nordic Network of Astrobiology and the COST Action “Origins and Evolution of Life in the Universe”.
Contact
Wolf Geppert;     Tél.: [++46855378649];     Email.: wgeppert@hotmail.com
Sujets
Volcanism, Plate tectonics, Early life, Microbiology
Sujets apparentés
87.
 
EMBO | FEBS Lecture Course — The New Microbiology
ID
739420
Dates
24 aou 2016 - 01 sep 2016
Lieu
Spetses, Grèce
Sujets
Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens | Immunology
Sujets apparentés
88.
 
EMBL Conference: Transcription and Chromatin
ID
773076
Dates
27 aou 2016 - 30 aou 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
This conference has played a very important role in the transcription field over the past 20 years, being both very well attended and generating highly interactive discussions. The EMBL Transcription and Chromatin meeting has a long-standing tradition in shaping the field of transcriptional regulation. The meeting brings together leading experts covering all aspects of transcription from cis-regulatory function, long range regulation, 3-dimensional looping, the basal transcriptional machinery, RNA polymerase regulation and function, nucleosome positioning, chromatin modifications, chromatin remodelling, and epigenetic inheritance of transcriptional silencing. The meeting contains many talks selected from the abstracts that are interspersed with invited speakers, discussing the latest breakthroughs in transcriptional regulation.
Sujets apparentés
89.
 
12th EWDA Conference — 12th Conference of the European Wildlife Disease Association
ID
781448
Dates
27 aou 2016 - 31 aou 2016
Lieu
Berlin, Allemagne
Résumé
The European Wildlife Disease Association seeks to provide a forum for the exchange of information on wildlife diseases and their management. Through the provision of opportunities for networking, collaborative research and training we seek to raise the profile of wildlife disease research and management. The aim of this conference is to foster an exchange of ideas between wildlife scientists from different disciplines. We are expecting a stimulating program with many interesting scientific presentations supplemented by an entertaining evening programme.
Contact
Anke Schumann;     Tél.: [0049 30 5168127];     Email.: ewda2016@izw-berlin.de
Sujets
Wildlife health and conservation challenges in a changing world, Causes and consequences of anthropogenic environmental changes, Neglected host species: small carnivores, insectivores, marine mammals, reptiles, amphibians, small birds, Wildlife conservation & management, Wildlife diseases
Sujets apparentés
90.
 
EMBO Conference: Chemical Biology 2016
ID
773050
Dates
31 aou 2016 - 03 sep 2016
Lieu
Heidelberg, Allemagne
Résumé
We aim to provide the possibility for every chemical biologist to meet and discuss with peers, from tool development to biological applications, from computational drug design to synthetic chemistry. Most important, however, is the flagship character of the meeting. Participants come to see where the field stands in its full breadth.  Topics will include: Innovations on therapeutic discovery Cell signaling Nucleotides Protein engineering Protein chemistry and synthetic methods Controlling and engineering cells
Sujets apparentés
91.
 
ECCB2016 — 15th European Conference on Computational Biology
ID
785897
Dates
03 sep 2016 - 07 sep 2016
Lieu
The Hague, Pays-Bas
Résumé
On 3-7 September 2016 the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences and the BioSB research school will jointly organise the fifteenth edition of the European Conference on Computational Biology which will take place in the historic city of The Hague in the Netherlands. ECCB 2016 is the main computational event in 2016 and will welcome scientists working in a variety of disciplines, including bioinformatics, computational biology, biology, medicine, and systems biology. Participating in ECCB 2016 will be the perfect opportunity to keep pace with cutting edge research, and to network with members of ECCB community. This years European Conference on Computational Biology will be organized by the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences and the BioSB research school in association with the VU Amsterdam and the Delft University of Technology. The conference is supported by the municipality of The Hague.
Contact
Secreteriat ECCB 2016;     Tél.: [+ 31 88 08 98 101];     Email.: info@eccb2016.org
Sujets
scientists, bioinformatics, computational biology, biology, medicine, systems biology, The Hague, ECCB2016, Data: Organization, management, categorization, integration, analysis of data, knowledge discovery Genome: Sequence analysis, alignment, evolution, phylogeny, genetics, epigenetics, 3D conformation Genes: Expression, function, regulation, transcription, translation, geno-phenotype Proteins: Structure, function, alterations, assemblies, interactions, design, proteomics Systems: Systems biology, pathways, molecular networks, dynamics, signaling, multi-scale modeling
Sujets apparentés
92.
 
81HDN 81st Harden Conference: RNA and Disease
ID
784602
Dates
04 sep 2016 - 07 sep 2016
Lieu
Winchester, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
The past few years have seen an unprecedented expansion of our understanding of RNA function and metabolism. The identification of novel RNAs by high-throughput sequencing, the possibility to explore RNA regulatory pathways in specific tissues and cell types and the investigation of RNAs regulating stress responses in bacteria have been key to this expansion and have connected RNA regulation to a broad range of phenotypes and diseases. The aim of this meeting is to discuss recent discoveries in RNA biology and to explore their potential impact on human health.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
mRNA metabolism in cancer and infection, ncRNAs function and turnover, RNA-RNA and RNA-protein interactions, RNA in neuronal development and neuropathologies, RNA in host-pathogen interactions, RNA as a drug target
Sujets apparentés
93.
 
7th European Conference on Tetraspanins
ID
784678
Dates
07 sep 2016 - 09 sep 2016
Lieu
Sheffield, Royaume-Uni
94.
 
IIR-cryobio-workshop — IIR Workshop on Cold Applications in Life Sciences
ID
789065
Dates
08 sep 2016 - 09 sep 2016
Lieu
Dresden, Allemagne
Résumé
Cell/tissue cryopreservation and cold storage are central challenges e.g. in biobanking. Freezing and cryoprocessing are becoming increasingly important as an essential production step in life sciences, too.
Contact
Dr. Gabriele Spoerl;     Tél.: [+49 351 4081 604];     Email.: gabriele.spoerl@ilkdresden.de; CryoWorkshop2016@ilkdresden.de
Sujets
Cell/tissue cryopreservation and storage challenges: advanced devices for cryopreservation and freeze-drying, cryobanking of biologicals, 3D-scaffolds / tissue engineering for medical and diagnostic applications, strategies with alternative cryoprotectants for tissues cryopreservation, industrial solutions in biomaterial processing. Freezing and storage of active agents for in-vitro and in-vivo applications: damage processes on active agents caused by cold application, process limitations and impact factors on product stability, process validation – analytics, monitoring and simulation of process and product loss, vitrification of cellular products without cryoprotectants, industrial freezing solutions - large scale and multi-product plant.
95.
 
Pseudoenzymes 2016: from signalling mechanisms to disease
ID
784699
Dates
11 sep 2016 - 14 sep 2016
Lieu
Liverpool, Royaume-Uni
Résumé
Pseudoenzymes can be defined as ‘proteins that are unable to catalyse chemical reactions compared to enzyme paralogues’ despite the presence of obvious homologues/paralogues that readily do. This century has seen the emergence of catalytically-defective pseudoenzyme counterparts of kinases, phosphatases and proteases, their roles as crucial regulators of cell signalling and their identification as candidates for therapeutic targeting. To celebrate, nurture and advance this field, the worlds first dedicated pseudoenzmye meeting will take place in Liverpool in September 2016. This meeting will bring together current experts in the field to help shape thinking and to capitalise on our knowledge of genomes and proteomes to advance the pseudoenzyme field into the 21st century.
Contact
Email.: conferences@biochemistry.org
Sujets
Evolution of pseudoenzymes, Biochemistry and cell biology of pseudoenzymes, Systems Biology of pseudoenzymes, Pseudoenzymes in disease, Pseudoenzymes as therapeutic targets, Emerging areas in pseudoenzmye biology
Sujets apparentés
96.
 
5th EAAP International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition
ID
744454
Dates
12 sep 2016 - 15 sep 2016
Lieu
Cracovie, Pologne
Résumé
It is a pleasure to announce that the 5th EAAP International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition will be held at the Holiday Inn Hotel in the heart of Krakow, Poland from Septemeber 12th to Septemeber 15th 2016. We anticipate over 300 attendees from all over the world interested in energy and protein metabolism, and nutrition of animals. We believe that the precise understanding of these aspects of animal biology is crucial for animal health, sustainable animal production and health of the consumers of animal products.
Contact
The Kielanowski Institute of Animal Physiology and Nutrition PAS in Jab?onna;     Tél.: [+48227653303];     Email.: isep@isep2016.pl
Sujets apparentés
97.
 
EMBO Workshop — Bacterial cell division: Orchestrating the ring cycle
ID
739559
Dates
14 sep 2016 - 17 sep 2016
Lieu
Prague, République tchèque
Sujets
Microbiology, Virology & Pathogens | Cell Cycle
Sujets apparentés
98.
 
FASEB SRC: GTPases in Trafficking, Autophagy and Disease
ID
786005
Dates
18 sep 2016 - 23 sep 2016
Lieu
West Palm Beach, Florida, États-Unis
Résumé
This SRC brings together investigators interested in trafficking regulation, membrane dynamics, proteostasis, and disease etiology.
Contact
FASEB SRC Staff;     Tél.: [3016347010];     Email.: SRC@faseb.org
99.
 
Cell Symposia 100 years of Phagocytes
ID
761503
Dates
19 sep 2016 - 22 sep 2016
Lieu
Sicily, Italie
Résumé
Cell Symposia 100 years of Phagocytes
100.
 
IUPAC 29th International Symposium on the chemistry of natural products and the 9th International conference on Biodiversity
ID
773342
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.
101.
 
Cell Symposium: 10 years of iPSCs
ID
737653
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.
Sujets apparentés
102.
 
Cell Fate Diversity in Aging
ID
781653
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.
Sujets apparentés
103.
 
Chemical biology approaches to assessing and modulating mitochondria
ID
776843
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
104.
 
ICFC — The First International Conference on Fungal Conservation in the Middle East and North Africa
ID
784496
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
105.
 
Bacterial Protein Secretion Conference
ID
721210
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.
Sujets apparentés
106.
 
Molecular and Cellular Basis of Breast Cancer Risk and Prevention
ID
781758
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.
Sujets apparentés
107.
 
The Biology of Anthrax conference 2016
ID
721242
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.
108.
 
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. 
109.
 
2016 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651307
Dates
03 dec 2016 - 07 dec 2016
Lieu
San Francisco, États-Unis
Résumé
2016 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
Sujets apparentés
Page web
110.
 
Memory Mechanisms in Health and Disease
ID
721251
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
Sujets apparentés
111.
 
Cell Symposia: Hallmarks of Cancer
ID
761559
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.
Sujets apparentés
112.
 
The 2017 Forensic Forums
ID
759191
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
113.
 
Biomedical Engineering: Problem solving using clinical and biomedical applications
ID
770712
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
114.
 
American Society for Virology 2017 Annual Meeting
ID
651075
Dates
24 jui 2017 - 28 jui 2017
Lieu
Madison, WI, États-Unis
Sujets apparentés
115.
 
SEB Gothenburg — The Society for Experimental Biology’s Annual Meeting
ID
708009
Dates
04 jul 2017 - 07 jul 2017
Lieu
Gothembourg, Suède
116.
 
2017 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651262
Dates
02 dec 2017 - 06 dec 2017
Lieu
Philadelphia, États-Unis
Résumé
2017 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
Sujets apparentés
Page web
117.
 
American Society for Virology 2018 Annual Meeting
ID
757681
Dates
14 jul 2018 - 18 jul 2018
Lieu
University of Maryland, College Park, États-Unis
Sujets apparentés
118.
 
2018 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting
ID
651338
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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