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11th ISABS 2019 — The Eleventh ISABS Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Individualized Medicine
17 Jun 2019 - 22 Jun 2019 • Split, Croatia
Abstract:
ISABS: PERSONALIZED MEDICINE CONFERENCE WITH NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES PARTICIPATION TO BE HELD IN SPLIT, CROATIA

Zagreb/Washington D.C., February 7, 2019. International Society for Applied Biological Sciences (ISABS), Mayo Clinic and St. Catherine Hospital in partnership with Philips are organizing “The Eleventh ISABS Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Individualized Medicine” (www.isabs.net), to be held in Split, Croatia, June 17th - June 22th, 2019. The conference is supported by The American Academy for Forensic Sciences, the largest forensic science organization in the world, that is composed of over 7,000 scientists. The Conference is considered to be one of the most important scientific events in biomedicine in 2019. The conference topics includes: personalized and regenerative medicine, pharmacogenomics, molecular diagnostics, stem cell therapy, epigenetic base of human disease, biobanking, microbiome, cancer genetics, immunotherapy, the future of forensic and anthropological genetics, ancient DNA analysis, etc.

More than 50 invited speakers from the Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medical School, Columbia University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, MIT, Duke University, Max-Planck-Institute, Case Western Reserve University, The Penn State University, The Wistar Institute, George Washington University, Erasmus MC University, etc., as well as 500 participants will attend the Conference. Three Nobel Lectures will be given by the Nobel Laureates: prof. Robert Huber (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry), prof. Avram Hershko (Technion), prof. Paul Modrich (Duke University).

Prof. Dragan Primorac, ISABS President said “There is no doubt: the future of medicine will rely on personalized treatments. During the ISABS 2019 Conference we would like to envision the power and advances of personalized medicine that will create significant value for the healthcare system. Bringing together a diverse group of internationally renowned scientists to facilitate research, collaborative endeavors, and education of the next generation of scientists in the field of individualized/precision medicine is a remarkable accomplishment that speaks volumes about our dedication. In addition, during the conference we will discuss a significant progress that has been made during the last years in the fields of forensic and anthropological genetics”

More information on “The Eleventh ISABS Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Individualized Medicine” are available at www.isabs.hr

ISABS 2019 Organizing Committee info@isabs.hr

Contact:
Email: info@isabs.hr
Topics:
Forensic Genetics, Genome-based applications in forensic science, Forensic DNA phenotyping, Forensic DNA databases, Genetic analysis of forensic non-human material, Forensic and comparative genetics, DNA analysis in victims of mass disasters, Legislation pertinent to DNA databases, DNA autopsy in unexplained deaths, Anthropological Genetics, Ancient DNA, Migration history, Genetic adaptation, Medical Genetics, Genetic basis of disease, Personalized genomics, Molecular diagnostics: current technology and applications, Molecular therapy, Best practices in translational & personalized medicine, Prenatal diagnostics, Protein glycosylation in diagnostics and therapy, Regenerative medicine, Translational medicine, Cell therapy, Gene therapy, Stem cells, Pharmacogenomics, Epigenetics, Biobanking, Microbiome, Liquid biopsy, Individualized (Personalized) medicine, Immunotherapy, Infectious diseases
Event listing ID:
1198495
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EMBO Workshop — The Ubiquitin System: Biology, Mechanisms and Roles in Disease
13 Sep 2019 - 17 Sep 2019 • Cavtat, Croatia
Abstract:
Virtually every cellular process is regulated by ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins (UBLs), such as SUMO. In addition to playing such regulatory roles, ubiquitin mediates disposal of aberrant proteins in various protein quality control pathways. It is therefore not surprising that several hundred E3 ligases (enzymes that confer specificity in substrate modification with ubiquitin/UBLs) are encoded in the human genome, and that mutations affecting ubiquitin pathways lead to many human diseases. Of relevance, thanks to research progress in this field, drugs that interfere with ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis, such as the proteasome inhibitor, Velcade, and the modulator of the SCF E3 ligase cereblon, Thalidomide, are now successfully used for treating cancer. Moreover, there has also been an explosion of deubiquitinase inhibitor drugs announced recently, and PROTACS–compounds designed to direct degradation of specific proteins by acting as adaptors to E3 ligases—are beginning to show great promise. This Workshop aims to address remaining gaps and stimulate further progress in ubiquitin research, by facilitating scientific interactions among both leaders and newcomers in the field in multiple settings and by other means. Featured research will broadly cover relevant approaches, including novel enabling technologies and different model organisms. In addition to helping expand and deepen our understanding of ubiquitin/UBLs at molecular, cellular and organismal levels, we expect the conference to facilitate translation of basic findings into medical and biotechnological applications.
Contact:
Email: embo2019ubiquitin@zmbh.uni-heidelberg.de​
Topics:
Ubiquitin, Biology, SUMO, Protein Quality Control, Ubiquitin-like protein, UBL, E3 ligases, Aging and Disease, PROTACs
Event listing ID:
1240329

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